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Introduction

John Calvin in Context

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 November 2019

R. Ward Holder
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Saint Anselm College, New Hampshire
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In 1995, David C. Steinmetz, one of the two deans of Calvin studies in America along with Robert M. Kingdon, published a slim volume entitled Calvin in Context. For Calvin studies, that volume became part of the necessary tools of the trade. Steinmetz brilliantly set forth the argument for the history of exegesis method for which he became famous. In so doing, he argued that attempting to understand Calvin apart from those who went before him, his theological and exegetical context, caused a variety of errors.1

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Print publication year: 2019

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