Martin Bucer, a Consistent Theologian
Chapter 1 introduces the book’s main argument that Bucer’s doctrine of justification is consistent through the period of the religious colloquies of Leipzig, Hagenau, Worms, and Regensburg. This chapter also provides a brief survey of the main trends in Bucer research.
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