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The Reformation of Prophecy: Early Modern Interpretations of the Prophet & Old Testament Prophecy

ISBN : 9780190866921

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¥15,246
Author: 
G. Sujin Pak
Pages
408 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
156 x 235 mm
Pub date
Jul 2018
Series
Oxford Studies in Historical Theology
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The Reformation of Prophecy illuminates the significant shifts in the Protestant reformers' engagement with the prophet and biblical prophecy-shifts from advancing the priesthood of all believers to strengthening Protestant clerical identity and authority to operating as a site of polemical-confessional exchange concerning right interpretations of Scripture.

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Abbreviations
Introduction
1. Prophecy and the Priesthood of All Believers
2. Prophecy and the Radicals: Re-Thinking Prophecy and the Prophet Contra the Radicals
3. Prophecy and the Pastoral Office: Luther and Zwingli
4. Prophecy and the Teaching Office: Bullinger and Calvin
5. The Prophet, Prophecy, and the Pastoral Office in the Next Generation
6. Old Testament Prophecy and Protestant Conceptions of Sacred History
7. Later Lutheran, Swiss Reformed, and Calvinist Readings of Sacred History in the Old Testament Prophets
8. Christological Exegesis and the Interpretation of Metaphors in Old Testament Prophecy
Conclusion
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Index

About the author: 

G. Sujin Pak is Assistant Professor of the History of Christianity, Duke Divinity School. She is the author of The Judaizing Calvin (OUP 2009).

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