How the Emerging Protestant Theology Took Shape in the Reformation Concept of Theological Studies as Enunciated by Philip Melanchthon in His Prolegomena to All Latin and German Versions of Loci

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Huang , P & OSEKA , M 2020 , ' How the Emerging Protestant Theology Took Shape in the Reformation Concept of Theological Studies as Enunciated by Philip Melanchthon in His Prolegomena to All Latin and German Versions of Loci ' , International journal of sino-Western studies , vol. 2 , no. No. 18 , 5 , pp. 77-99 . < https://www.sinowesternstudies.com/latest-volumes/vol-18-2020/ >

Titel: How the Emerging Protestant Theology Took Shape in the Reformation Concept of Theological Studies as Enunciated by Philip Melanchthon in His Prolegomena to All Latin and German Versions of Loci
Författare: Huang, Paulos; OSEKA, Matthew
Medarbetare: University of Helsinki, Department of Cultures
Datum: 2020-06-01
Språk: eng
Sidantal: 23
Tillhör serie: International journal of sino-Western studies
ISSN: 1799-8204
Permanenta länken (URI): http://hdl.handle.net/10138/334358
Abstrakt: Abstract:This present paper examines the rudimentary concept of Protestant theology as an academic discipline which was enunciated by Melanchthon in his prolegomena to all Latin and German versions of Loci which were indispensable in educating the next generation of Protestant divines and for disseminating the ideas of the Reformation worldwide. Keywords: Philipp Melanchthon, Loci communes (Loci theologici, Loci praecipui), Wittenberg Reformation, Systematic Theology, Jean Calvin Author:Th. D. (Christian Theological Academy, Warsaw / EU), lecturing at Concordia Theological Seminary, Kowloon, Hong Kong. email: matthew.oseka@yahoo.com
Subject: 614 Theology
611 Philosophy
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