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A companion to Paul in the Reformation.


A companion to Paul in the Reformation.

Ed. by R. Ward Holder.



655 pages



Brill's companions to the Christian tradition; v.15


Historians and theologians explore the apostle's influence and its various manifestations in early modern Europe, most particularly in theological questions and issues that arose before the Reformation and continued to be important through the 16th century. Among their topics are Paul and the Late Middle Ages, Desiderious Erasmus' representation of Paul as paragon of learned piety, Martin Luther, Paul in early anabaptism, John Calvin, Thomas Stapleton and the Louvain Augustinian school, the Spaniard Antonio del Corro and Paul as the apostle of the gospel of universal redemption, Paul and the family in the Reformation, and the exegesis of Paul and women in the 16th century.

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