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The Interpretation of Material Shapes in Puritanism. A Study of Rhetoric, Prejudice, and Violence.

By: KIBBEY, Ann.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986. 0521265096:

Seller ID: 44324

ISBN: 0521265096

1st edition. "A detailed analysis of the rhetoric of the Puritan plain style, centering her argument on the influential preacher John Cotton, and discloses a general theory of figuration in the Protestant tradition that has been overlooked by literary critics, hstorians, and sociologists alike....Kibbey finds that their perception of icons, their use of acoustic design in rhetoric, and their interpretations of human beings as physical objects, early Protestants - and esp... View more info

The Meaning of Protestantism. An account of its origin and development.

By: NICHOLS, James.:

Price: £3.00

Publisher: Fontana Books. 1959.:

Seller ID: 5365

"This book shows by tracing the historical and spiritual growth of the Protestant movement that its fundamental doctrine is much more positive than a mere denial of the spiritual authority of the Pope." Pp. 159. name to fep. page edges toned. rubbed spine. P/b. G. View more info

Liberal Protestantism.

By: REARDON, Bernard M.G.:

Price: £10.00

Publisher: London: Adam & Charles Black, 1968.:

Seller ID: 14542

1st ed. "Here is presented a wide range of extracts from the works of Liberal Protestant theologians of the 19th and early 20th centuries." Pp. 244. Underlining and marks to margins on p.47. Dark blue cloth, gilt title to spine, d/w has rubbing and crease down spine. G/G. View more info

TULIP: The Five Points of Calvinism in the Light of Scripture.

By: SPENCER, Duane Edward.:

Price: £4.00

Publisher: Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1995.:

Seller ID: 31249

Rep. "TULIP is a popular acronym for the five points of Calvinism - total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and perseverance." These points are contrasted to the corresponding five points of Arminianism. Pp.77. Pbk. VG. View more info