Baptism in the Reformed Tradition: A Historical and Practical Theology
Westminster John Knox Press, 1 янв. 2002 г. - Всего страниц: 187
This premier work considers the development of the doctrine of baptism in the Reformed tradition. Riggs studies the major early Reformers, concentrating on Calvin's views, and then moves on to trace the trajectory of Reformed baptismal theology from the Reformed Confessions, through Schleiermacher and on to the present day. He analyses the rite in the contemporary Book of Common Worship and makes practical suggestions about its understandings and adequacy.
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