Calvin and the Reformed Tradition: On the Work of Christ and the Order of Salvation
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Richard Muller, a world-class scholar of the Reformation era, examines the relationship of Calvin's theology to the Reformed tradition, indicating Calvin's place in the tradition as one of several significant second-generational formulators.
Muller argues that the Reformed tradition is a diverse and variegated movement not suitably described either as founded solely on the thought of John Calvin or as a reaction to or deviation from Calvin, thereby setting aside the old 'Calvin and the Calvinists' approach in favour of a more integral and representative perspective.
Muller offers historical corrective and nuance on topics of current interest in Reformed theology, such as limited atonement/universalism, union with Christ and the order of salvation.
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