The Calvin Handbook

September 04, 2009
A collection of essays from scholars around the world including Carl R. Trueman, vp for academic affairs and professor of historical theology and church history. Research on French theologian John Calvin is flourishing around the world today, and Calvin's quincentennial this year has lent such research even greater momentum. The Calvin Handbook is designed to support and stimulate this research. An international team of renowned scholars offer a comprehensive view of Calvin's biography and theology, as well as the history of his reception. It is a uniquely helpful resource for readers of every interest level.


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Dr. Trueman writing
VP for Academic Affairs and Professor of Historical Theology and Church History
    Other Contributors Include:

  • In-Sub Ahn
  • Matthieu Arnold
  • Victor Edouard d’Assonville
  • Arie Baars
  • Irena Backus
  • Willem Balke
  • Jon Balserak
  • Piertro Bolognesi
  • Raymond A. Blacketer
  • Dolf Britz
  • Christoph Burger
  • Eberhard Busch
  • Michael Bush
  • Stefan Ehrenpreis
  • Paul Fields, WTS MAR 1977
  • Matthias Freudenberg
  • Günter Haas
  • Gary Neal Hansen
  • Ian Hazlett
  • I. John Hesselink
  • Ward Holder
  • Arnold Huijgen
  • Wim Janse
  • Robert M. Kingdon
  • Cornelius van der Kooi
  • Anthony N. S. Lane
  • J. Marius J. Lange van Ravenswaay
  • Volker Leppin
  • Karin Maag
  • Scott M. Manetsch
  • Elsie Anne McKee
  • Raymond A. Mentzer
  • Olivier Millet
  • Wim Th. Moehn
  • Andreas Mühling
  • William Naphy
  • Wilhelm H. Neuser
  • Peter Opitz
  • Barbara Pitkin
  • Georg Plasger
  • Frank van der Pol
  • Susan E. Schreiner
  • Herman J. Selderhuis
  • Frans van Stam
  • Maarten Stolk
  • Christoph Strohm
  • Carl R. Trueman
  • Mirjam G. K. van Veen
  • John Witte Jr.
  • John D. Witvliet
  • David F. Wright
  • Randall C. Zachman