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Calvin global : how faith influences societies
Edited Book (Herausgeber eines eigenständigen Buches)
ID 109775
Editor(s) Stückelberger, Christoph; Bernhardt., Reinhold
Editor(s) at UniBasel Bernhardt, Reinhold
Year 2009
Title Calvin global : how faith influences societies
Place of publication Geneva
ISSN/ISBN 978-2-940428-03-8 (online version) ; 978-2-940428-05-2 (print version)
Series title series
Volume No. 3
Keywords Calvin
Abstract Die meisten Beiträge dieses Bandes sind überarbeitete Vorträge, die im Rahmen Ringvorlesung „Calvin und die Wirkungen. Glaube gestaltet Gesellschaft“ im Frühjahrssemester 2009 an der Universität Basel gehalten wurden. In einem ersten Teil werden zentrale Themen der Theologie Calvins dargestellt (Ekkehard Stegemann: „Calvin as a Biblical Exegete“; Reinhold Bernhardt: „God’s Sovereignty as the Centre of Faith. Predestination and Providence”; Christoph Stückelberger: “No Interest from the Poor. Calvin’s Economic and Banking Ethics”; Jan Rohls: “Creation and Science in the Theology of John Calvin”). Irena Backus widmet sich dem Thema: “Women around Calvin. Idelette de Bure and Marie Dentiere”. Der zweite Teil des Bandes ist auf die Wirkungsgeschichte Calvins in Europa, Südafrika, Amerika und Asien zentriert (Georg Pfleiderer: „Calvin and the modern world. Influences, theories of influence and their effectiveness“; J. D. Bratt: “Calvinism in North America”; Piet Naude: “Racism as heresy. Complex Calvinist influences in South Africa”; Aiming Wang: “The importance of John Calvin for the Protestant church in China”; Meehyun Chung: “Calvinism in Korea without Calvin? A women’s perspective”; Yeon Kyuhong: „The Korean Democratisation Movement and Calvin”; Emanuel Gerrit Singgih: “From Oppressive Calvinism to Transformative Calvinism in Indonesia. Learning from South Africa”; Robert Setio: „Reciprocal Relationship between Church and State in Indonesia. A Response to Agustinus Batlajery from Calvin’s perspective”).
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Additional Information Note: Based on the lecture series of the Theological Faculty of the University of Basel

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