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History of Biblical Interpretation, Volume 3: Rennaissance, Reformation, Humanism
by Henning Graf Reventlow
translated by James O. Duke
SBL Press, 2009
Paper: 978-1-58983-459-0 | eISBN: 978-1-58983-686-0
Library of Congress Classification BS500.R4813 2009b
Dewey Decimal Classification 220.609

Volume 3 of History of Biblical Interpretation deals with an era—Renaissance, Reformation, and humanism—characterized by major changes, such as the rediscovery of the writings of antiquity and the newly invented art of printing. These developments created the context for one of the most important periods in the history of biblical interpretation, one that combined both philological insights made possible by the now-accessible ancient texts with new theological impulses and movements. As representative of this period, this volume examines the lives and teaching of Johann Reuchlin, Erasmus, Martin Luther, Philipp Melanchthon, John Calvin, Thomas Müntzer, Hugo Grotius, and a host of other influential exegetes.
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