Calvin for the third millennium

"This work is a series of sermons produced by Emeritus Professor Hans Mol, and based on Biblical texts, the Commentaries of John Calvin on these texts, and on Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion. Mol is Australia's pre-eminent scholar in the sociology of religion, particular...

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Subtitles:Calvin for the 3rd millennium
Main Author: Mol, Hans 1922-2017
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Canberra ANU E Press 2008
Further subjects:B Humanities
B Religion and beliefs
B Religion
B RELIGION ; Christianity ; Calvinist
B Presbyterianism
B Christianity
B Presbyterianism Sermons
B Religion and sociology
B Philosophy & Religion
B Calvin, Jean 1509-1564
B Calvin, Jean
B Presbyterianism Sermons
B Electronic books
B Religion: general
B Sermons
Online Access: Volltext (kostenfrei)
Parallel Edition:Erscheint auch als: Mol, Hans, 1922-; Calvin for the third millennium.: 9781921313974
Print version: Mol, Hans, 1922-: Calvin for the third millennium. - Canberra : ANU E Press, 2008
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Summary:"This work is a series of sermons produced by Emeritus Professor Hans Mol, and based on Biblical texts, the Commentaries of John Calvin on these texts, and on Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion. Mol is Australia's pre-eminent scholar in the sociology of religion, particularly in Australia. His 1971 volume, Religion in Australia, was the first attempt at statistical analysis of religion in Australia, which was also internationally significant. Parallel to Mol's interest in the sociology of religion has been his interest in Calvin. Indeed the theological basis of his life has been as a Calvinist. Here in this volume he brings both of these interests together. His sermons, preached over the years in Canberra, seek to apply the teachings of Calvin to a world-view in which the scientific study of religion, and indeed the wider study of sociology, are of central significance."--Publisher's description.
ISBN:1921313986