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This lively and insightful exploration of Reformed identity first traces the historical development of the Reformed tradition, from Calvin and Zwingli to the Iona Community and Taiz, before comparing and contrasting theology and the practice of prayer across a variety of Reformed writers. Election, its Biblical roots and socio-political consequences, is at the core of Reformed experience, and David Cornick considers how the doctrine of election was appropriated, and its effect on spirituality.

Letting God be God - David Cornick

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Title
Letting God be God - the reformed tradition
Author
David Cornick
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Darton, Longman & Todd
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20080101

This lively and insightful exploration of Reformed identity first traces the historical development of the Reformed tradition, from Calvin and Zwingli to the Iona Community and Taiz, before comparing and contrasting theology and the practice of prayer across a variety of Reformed writers. Election, its Biblical roots and socio-political consequences, is at the core of Reformed experience, and David Cornick considers how the doctrine of election was appropriated, and its effect on spirituality.

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Election (Theology)|Reformed Church - Doctrines.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
171

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