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Vincentian Social Justice: A Work In Progress, John E. Rybolt 2017 DePaul University, Chicago, IL

Vincentian Social Justice: A Work In Progress, John E. Rybolt

Journal of Vincentian Social Action

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Journal Of Vincentian Social Action, November 2017, John T. Maher 2017 St. John's University

Journal Of Vincentian Social Action, November 2017, John T. Maher

Journal of Vincentian Social Action

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Shaw's "Christianity: The Biography, 2000 Years Of Global History" (Book Review), Joseph Baumstarck 2017 Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Shaw's "Christianity: The Biography, 2000 Years Of Global History" (Book Review), Joseph Baumstarck

The Christian Librarian

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Trueman's "Grace Alone: Salvation As A Gift Of God" (Book Review), Robert Lancaster 2017 Dordt College

Trueman's "Grace Alone: Salvation As A Gift Of God" (Book Review), Robert Lancaster

The Christian Librarian

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Cruising (With) Luther – Indecent Lutheran Theologies From The South, Or What Makes A Lutheran Theology Lutheran, André S. Musskopf 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

Cruising (With) Luther – Indecent Lutheran Theologies From The South, Or What Makes A Lutheran Theology Lutheran, André S. Musskopf

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Reformation, Conquest, And Circumnavigation: The Global Destiny Of Luther’S Theology, Vitor Westhelle 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

Reformation, Conquest, And Circumnavigation: The Global Destiny Of Luther’S Theology, Vitor Westhelle

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The Tough Wedge: Reformation Now And Onward, Matthew R. Anderson 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

The Tough Wedge: Reformation Now And Onward, Matthew R. Anderson

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Commemorating The Reformation: An Opportunity For Common Witness, Donna Geernaert 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

Commemorating The Reformation: An Opportunity For Common Witness, Donna Geernaert

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Lutheran Communion Celebrating Gender Justice And Women Leadership In An Ongoing Reformation, Elaine Neuenfeldt 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

Lutheran Communion Celebrating Gender Justice And Women Leadership In An Ongoing Reformation, Elaine Neuenfeldt

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The Therapeutic Relationship As A Context For Reformation, Kristine Lund 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

The Therapeutic Relationship As A Context For Reformation, Kristine Lund

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A Historical Overview Of The Impact Of The Reformation On East Asia, Christina Han 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

A Historical Overview Of The Impact Of The Reformation On East Asia, Christina Han

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Reformation Is Germane To African Women: An African Lutheran Woman’S Imagination, Faith Laguzia 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

Reformation Is Germane To African Women: An African Lutheran Woman’S Imagination, Faith Laguzia

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A Missiology Of Love: In Action, Wendy L. Fletcher 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

A Missiology Of Love: In Action, Wendy L. Fletcher

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Rath Yatra And Rivers: Reimagining Reformation And Luther’S Theology, Mary (Joy) Philip 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

Rath Yatra And Rivers: Reimagining Reformation And Luther’S Theology, Mary (Joy) Philip

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Women, Priests And The Anglican Church In Southern Africa: Reformation Of Holy Hierarchies, Miranda N. Pillay 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University

Women, Priests And The Anglican Church In Southern Africa: Reformation Of Holy Hierarchies, Miranda N. Pillay

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Coroporis Incorrupti Inspectio: The Remains Of Fernando Iii And The Science Of Confirming Sanctity In Seventeenth Century Sevilla, Kyle C. Lincoln 2017 Kalamazoo College

Coroporis Incorrupti Inspectio: The Remains Of Fernando Iii And The Science Of Confirming Sanctity In Seventeenth Century Sevilla, Kyle C. Lincoln

Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies

This paper presents and analyzes the canonization of Fernando III of León-Castile, undertaken under the aegis of popes Alexander VIII and Clement X. After being thoroughly dead for more than four centuries, King Fernando was elevated to the roll of the saints. The reasons for his canonization, the process by which he was canonized, and the means by which the papacy understood his alleged sanctity have been thoroughly understudied and require the attention of scholars in order to demonstrate those instances where scholars can draw important conclusions for early modern history.


Fernando Iii Y La Cruzada Hispánica, Carlos de Ayala Martínez 2017 Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Fernando Iii Y La Cruzada Hispánica, Carlos De Ayala Martínez

Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies

The present article examines the relationship between Fernando III of Castile-León and the phenomenon of crusading in which he was an active and frequent participant. The study makes an in important contribution to wider discussions of crusading and holy war in Iberia in the period by its patient excavation of the papal and local diplomatic material and the major chronicles from the period. Taken together, the argument of the essay shows that, far from being a passive recipient of the crusading movement and its rhetoric, Fernando and his court participated in the discourse of crusading and employed it in a ...


The Reformers' View Of Scripture, David G. Jones 2017 Liberty University Online

The Reformers' View Of Scripture, David G. Jones

Diligence: Journal of the Liberty University Online Religion Capstone in Research and Scholarship

The Roman Catholic Church prevailed in religious dominion, their position allowed them to funnel the information of Scripture to the populace. The Roman Catholic Church’s doctrine of Scripture became generally accepted, and unquestionable without punishment. Considering these events, the Reformers Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Huldrych Zwingli developed their own doctrine regarding Scripture contrary to the general belief of their day. Luther, Calvin and Zwingli all shared common views which enabled the reformation. The priesthood of all Christians, justification by faith alone, and ultimate authority of Scripture were the core message behind the reformers’ theology. The reformers believed that ...


The Holy Scriptures In View Of Luther, Calvin, And Edwards, Taylor Ellwood Ellwood 2017 Liberty University

The Holy Scriptures In View Of Luther, Calvin, And Edwards, Taylor Ellwood Ellwood

Diligence: Journal of the Liberty University Online Religion Capstone in Research and Scholarship

The Holy Scriptures were treated as the final authority by Luther, Calvin, and Edwards.Luther and Calvin were the main influences during the Reformation in the 16th century. Jonathan Edwards was a major influence during the 18th century as he progressed reformed theology in the church. Luther, Calvin, and Edwards held Scripture in highest authority with the understanding of justification by faith, and held firm to the Word of God as infallible.


Pl-1 The Waldensians: A Story Of Faith And Survival, Kathleen Demsky 2017 Andrews University

Pl-1 The Waldensians: A Story Of Faith And Survival, Kathleen Demsky

Celebration of Research and Creative Scholarship

The history of the Waldenses, an ancient group of Christians who resided in the mountain valleys of Piedmont, Italy, is a complicated story of faith and survival. Piecing this history together is difficult because so many Waldensian records were destroyed by papal powers. This study seeks to present a comprehensive perspective on the origins of the Waldenses and their relationship to Christian Scripture, while viewing the Waldenses as examples for modern Christians. The Waldenses were of apostolic origin, inhabiting the Valleys long before the advent of Peter Waldo, their alleged founder, and did not consider themselves reformers. They were among ...


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