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Author Amos, N. Scott, author.

Title Bucer, Ephesians and biblical humanism : the exegete as theologian / N. Scott Amos
Published Cham : Springer, [2014]


Description 1 online resource (xi, 222 pages) : illustrations
Series Studies in Early Modern Religious Tradition, Culture and Society, 1572-5596 ; volume 7
Studies in early modern religious tradition, culture and society ; v. 7.
Contents Acknowledgments; Contents; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Prologue: The℗ Reluctant Doctorandus; 1.2 Exegesis as℗ the℗ True Theology, the℗ Exegete as℗ the℗ True Theologian; 1.3 Prospectus; 1.4 Methodology; Appendix: The℗ Exegetical-Historical Context of℗ the℗ Praelectiones; References; Part I: Historical Context; Chapter 2: The Old Theology and℗ the℗ New Learning at℗ Cambridge to℗ 1549; 2.1 Scholastic Method in℗ Theology Through the℗ Lens of℗ the℗ Third Cambridge Injunction; 2.1.1 The Bible; 2.1.2 Peter Lombard's Sentences and℗ Academic Theology; 2.1.3 Teaching "After the℗ Manner of℗ Scotus."
2.1.4 The Role of℗ the℗ Humanist-Scholastic Debate2.2 The University of℗ Cambridge, ca. 1500-1549; 2.2.1 Scholastic Theology in℗ Late Fifteenth Century Cambridge; 2.2.2 Humanism, Scholasticism, and℗ Curricular Reform to℗ 1535; 2.2.3 Curricular Reform, 1535-1549: Reformation and℗ Resistance; 2.3 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: "Remember the℗ Readings and℗ Preachings of℗ God's Prophet and℗ True Preacher, Martin Bucer": Bucer's Sojourn in℗ Cambridge, 1549-1551; 3.1 Bucer and℗ England; 3.1.1 The First Months; 3.1.2 Cambridge and℗ Regius Professor of℗ Divinity, January 1550-February 1551
3.2 Bucer's Lectures on℗ Ephesians in℗ Context3.2.1 The Influence of℗ the℗ Immediate Context in℗ Shaping the℗ Lectures; 3.2.2 The Immediate Impact of℗ the℗ Lectures; 3.3 The Ephesians Lectures and℗ the℗ Priority of℗ the℗ Praelectiones; 3.3.1 The Problems of℗ Evidence; The Explicatio and℗ the℗ Ephesians Lectures; The Text of℗ the℗ Praelectiones and℗ Its Source; The Versions of℗ De vi et usu; 3.3.2 The Evidence for℗ De vi et usu as℗ a℗ Record of℗ the℗ Lectures as℗ Delivered; 3.3.3 Chronology of℗ the℗ Lectures; 3.4 Conclusion; References
Part II: The Praelectiones as an Exercise in Biblical Humanist Exegetical MethodChapter 4: "Ratio seu methodus Martini Buceri": Bucer's Prefatory Lectures on℗ Ephesians and℗ His Use of℗ Biblical Humanist Theological Method; 4.1 Bucer's Intellectual Formation; 4.2 Bucer, the℗ Rhenish "School" of℗ Exegesis, and℗ Biblical Humanist Method in℗ the℗ Teaching of℗ Theology; 4.3 Bucer's "Ratio" of℗ 1550; 4.3.1 Ephesians as℗ a℗ Compendium of℗ Doctrine; 4.3.2 The Particulars of℗ Bucer's Method; The Clarity of℗ Scripture; The Spiritual State of℗ the℗ Interpreter; Pious Learning, Learned Piety From Knowledge to℗ Practice4.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: "An Exposition of℗ the℗ Whole Doctrine of℗ Salvation:" Bucer's Deployment of℗ Biblical Humanist Method and℗ the℗ 1550 Ephesians Lectures as℗ a℗ Whole; 5.1 The Praelectiones as℗ an℗ Exercise in℗ Biblical Humanist Exegetical Method; 5.1.1 Text-Critical Matters; 5.1.2 Philological Issues; 5.1.3 Grammar and℗ Rhetoric; 5.1.4 The Author in℗ Context; 5.1.5 The Use of℗ Scripture to℗ Interpret Scripture; 5.1.6 The Use of℗ Non-scriptural Authorities; 5.1.7 Section Conclusion; 5.2 The Lectures in℗ Overview
Summary This book describes Martin Bucer (1491-1551) as a teacher of theology, focusing on his time as Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge between 1549 and 1551. The book is centered on his 1550 Cambridge lectures on Ephesians, and investigates them in their historical context, exploring what sort of a theologian Bucer was. The lectures are examined to find out how they represent Bucer's method of teaching and "doing" theology, and shed light on the relationship between biblical exegesis and theological formulation as he understood it. Divided into two interconnected parts, th
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed November 24, 2014)
Subject Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551.
Bucer, Martin, 1491-1551.
Theology -- History -- 16th century.
Christianity and religious humanism.
RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- Systematic.
RELIGION -- Christianity -- General.
Christianity and religious humanism.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9783319102382