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This study is in its broadest sense an inquiry into the intellectual origins of the Reformed branch of Protestantism generally, but inaccurately, designated Calvinism. More specifically, it concerns one of the early theologians who gave formative shape to Reformed theology, Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562), and focuses on his adoption of the soteriological doctrine of gem This study is in its broadest sense an inquiry into the intellectual origins of the Reformed branch of Protestantism generally, but inaccurately, designated Calvinism. More specifically, it concerns one of the early theologians who gave formative shape to Reformed theology, Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562), and focuses on his adoption of the soteriological doctrine of gemina praedestinatio, double predestination: divine election and divine reprobation.


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This study is in its broadest sense an inquiry into the intellectual origins of the Reformed branch of Protestantism generally, but inaccurately, designated Calvinism. More specifically, it concerns one of the early theologians who gave formative shape to Reformed theology, Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562), and focuses on his adoption of the soteriological doctrine of gem This study is in its broadest sense an inquiry into the intellectual origins of the Reformed branch of Protestantism generally, but inaccurately, designated Calvinism. More specifically, it concerns one of the early theologians who gave formative shape to Reformed theology, Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562), and focuses on his adoption of the soteriological doctrine of gemina praedestinatio, double predestination: divine election and divine reprobation.

8 review for Peter Martyr Vermigli and Predestination: The Augustinian Inheritance of an Italian Reformer

  1. 4 out of 5

    Charlie

    A very satisfying genealogical and analytical study of a key topic in an under-appreciated reformer. Having the backdrop of Vermigli's sources makes it easier to appreciate his own originality. The author is thoroughly familiar with the Latin texts of Vermigli's works. A very satisfying genealogical and analytical study of a key topic in an under-appreciated reformer. Having the backdrop of Vermigli's sources makes it easier to appreciate his own originality. The author is thoroughly familiar with the Latin texts of Vermigli's works.

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