The Hermeneutics of John Reuchlin, 1455-1522

Footnote
Thomas F. Torrance, "The Hermeneutics of John Reuchlin, 1455-1522," in Church, Word and Spirit: Historical and Theological Essays in Honor of Geoffrey W. Bromiley, ed. James E. Bradley and Richard A. Muller (Grand Rapids, Michigan: W. B. Eerdmans, 1987), 107-121; #1987-484
Bibliography
Torrance, Thomas F. "The Hermeneutics of John Reuchlin, 1455-1522." In Church, Word and Spirit: Historical and Theological Essays in Honor of Geoffrey W. Bromiley, 107-121. Edited by James E. Bradley and Richard A. Muller. Grand Rapids, Michigan: W. B. Eerdmans, 1987; #1987-484
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The first church historian / F.F. Bruce -- The gates of hell and the church / Colin Brown -- How controversial was the development of infant baptism in the early church? / David F. Wright -- Canon, regulae fidei, and continuing revelation in the early church / Cecil M. Robeck, Jr. -- Some observations on the history of the interpretation of Holy Scripture / Philip Edgcumbe Hughes -- The hermeneutics of John Reuchlin, 1455-1522 / Thomas F. Torrance -- Luther's use of 1 Corinthians 14 / Robert A. Kelly -- Calvin's commentary on Hebrews / T.H.L. Parker -- John Calvin, John Knox, and the Scottish Reformation / W. Stanford Reid -- The English Protestant creed / Peter Toon -- Church and Politics in the Reformed Tradition / Eberhard Busch -- Toleration, noncomformity, and the unity of the spirit: popular religion in eighteenth-century England / James E. Bradley -- The role of theology in ecumenical activity / J.K.S. Reid -- Theological pluralism and the unity of the spirit / Jacques Ellul -- Karl Barth and T.S. Eliot on tradition / Bernard Ramm -- The anatomy of an Evangelical type: an American Evangelical response to Karl Barth's theology / Howard John Loewen -- Doxophany: A trinitarian eschatological vision / Daniel A. Tappeiner -- God is personal being / Paul King Jewett -- The Godless world and the worldless God / Helmut Thielicke.
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