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An Annotated Bibliography Of Protestant Theological Writings On Angels In Post-Reformation Thought From 1565 To 1739, Andrew T. Sulavik Th.D, Mlis Dec 2005

An Annotated Bibliography Of Protestant Theological Writings On Angels In Post-Reformation Thought From 1565 To 1739, Andrew T. Sulavik Th.D, Mlis

Andrew T. Sulavik

The annotated bibliography, comprised of fifty-five works by fifty-one authors and 3,242 pages (1,096 in Latin and 2,146 in English) of writings directly related to angelology, is arranged in chronological order. It is preceded by a Specifications Statement, which describes the domain, scope, selection process, organization and editorial practices of the bibliography. The selected works are representative of an array of Protestant confessional groups including the Anglican, Arminian, Calvinist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Puritan, and Remonstrant traditions. Designed to ease the task of conducting research on angelology as it relates to post-Reformation literature, it provides a useful bibliographical tool ...


Protestant Theological Writings On Angels In Post-Reformation Thought From 1565 To 1939, Andrew T.H Sulavik Dec 2005

Protestant Theological Writings On Angels In Post-Reformation Thought From 1565 To 1939, Andrew T.H Sulavik

Andrew T. Sulavik

This is an introductory survey of Protestant theological writings on the doctrine of angels expressed in systems of theology (primarily loci communes), treatises, and sermons produced during the post-Reformation era of scholastic orthodoxy. The topic has received little scholarly attention, but is of importance for the light it sheds on a significant theological era that is not well known for its prolific literary activity on angelology. It provides a frame of reference on bibliographical sources for this subject to scholars of historical theology, historians of Reforma- tion, Renaissance and Enlightenment thought, and those with interdisciplinary interests.