By Richard A. Muller
This can be a sequel to Richard Muller's The Unaccomodated Calvin OUP 2000). within the earlier ebook, Muller tried to situate Calvin's theological paintings of their ancient context and to strip away a variety of twentieth-century theological grids that experience clouded our perceptions of the paintings of the Reformer. within the current ebook, Muller consists of this technique ahead, with the objective of overcoming a chain of 19th- and twentieth-century theological frameworks attribute of a lot of the scholarship on Reformed orthodoxy, or what may be known as "Calvinism after Calvin."
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Approaches to Post-Reformation Protestantism 19 orthodox colleagues and followers—Johannes Hoornbeeck, Brakel, Mastricht, and Simon Oomius—serve as significant examples of the interrelationship of scholastic orthodoxy with piety and spirituality in the seventeenth century, a point all too often ignored in the older scholarship. The next two essays (chapters 7 and 8)—" Vera Philosophia cum Sacra Theologia nusqua pugnat: Keckermann on Philosophy, Theology, and the Problem of Double Truth"36 and "Scholasticism Protestant and Catholic: Francis Turretin on the Object and Principles of Theology"37—examine presuppositional questions concerning the relationship of theology to philosophy and the nature of the theological task.
Although the list is not exhaustive, I propose the following six topics for examination: (1) Middle Ages, Reformation, and Orthodoxy, with emphasis on continuities and discontinuities in development; (2) Renaissance, Reformation, and Orthodoxy, also with emphasis on the issue of continuities and discontinuities; (3) Reformation and Reformations—the problem of multiple trajectories; (4) the history of biblical interpretation from the later Middle Ages through the seventeenth century; (5) rhetoric, logic, philosophy, and scholastic method during the same period; and (6) the institutionalization and the "popular" dimensions of Protestantism following the Reformation.
In these works, not only are all of the distinctive doctrinal forms of the Reformed churches clearly defined but also the accepted spectrum of doctrinal opinion within the Reformed churches is presented: the doctrine of election can be found in the form of a double decree of election and reprobation in Calvin's works and in the form of a single decree of election in Bullinger's. So, too, can the doctrine of the sacraments be identified in two forms, occupying opposite sides of the Reformed spectrum: Calvin's identification of the sacraments as means and instruments of grace and Bullinger's teaching of a conjoint and parallel action of grace with the administration of the sacraments.