4 edition of Christian magistrate and territorial church found in the catalog.
Christian magistrate and territorial church
James Martin Estes
|Statement||James M. Estes.|
|Series||Publications of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies. Essays and studies -- 12|
|Contributions||Estes, James Martin, 1934-|
|LC Classifications||BR350.B73 E87 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||2008270182|
Church History, Volume 1: From Christ to the Pre-Reformation (2nd edition) By Everett Ferguson. The Christian church spread and developed, not in a vacuum, but in a setting of times, cultures, and events that both influenced and were influenced by the church. In. Church History, Everett Ferguson explores the development of the. Thomas Houston.-An excellent survey of the qualifications and duties of the civil magistrate. Houston is particularly helpful to explain how a Christian magistrate is responsible to establish the true religion and his power circa sacra. His discussion of punishing heretics and idolaters requi.
The one who lives within a Christian nation will have certain Christian influences (i.e., God’s Word, Christians themselves, the church, civil laws derived from the Christian ethic, etc). These things would serve to reinforce natural law in the case of the one living in a “Christian nation.” But the heathen would not have these influences. The Lesser Magistrate Doctrine teaches that when the superior or higher ranking civil authority makes immoral/unjust laws or policies, the lower or lesser ranking civil authority has both a right and duty to refuse obedience to that superior authority. Read More about “What is the Lesser Magistrate Doctrine?” .
The Role of the Civil Magistrate with Regard to Marriage. then Christian men and church sessions are to act themselves and to treat others just as if the ungodly human enactment had no existence, and then take the consequences. Pagan magistrates ought to enforce and protect marriage the same way that Christian magistrates ought to. In these times, Viret was compelled to search the Scriptures so that he might instruct his congregations and countless others about civil magistrates and the Christian's duty to them. In The Christian and the Magistrate, Viret applies God's Word to civil government, war, civil disobedience, tyrants, and many other political matters.
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Christian Magistrate and Territorial Church: Johannes Brenz and the German Reformation. Essays and Studies Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, pp.
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Christian Magistrate and Territorial Church: Johannes Brenz and the German Reformation James M. Estes "As an early reformer in the south German town of Schwäbisch-Hall, Johannes Brenz exercised an enormous impact on the single-most powerful city in the Holy Roman Empire, Nuremberg.
As a course text, Christian Magistrate and Territorial Church can be used alone or in conjunction with one or both of the translations of sources Estes has published that deal with the question of the relationship between secular authority and the church. Godly Magistrates and Church Order: Johannes Brenz and the Establishment of the Lutheran Territorial Church in Germany, Volume 9 of Renaissance and reformation texts in translation: Authors: Johannes Brenz, Victoria University (Toronto, Ont.).
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The call to war has now been issued by our Commander and Chief, The Lord Jesus Christ. The 's were a decade of spiritual warfare. The 's are only more so. It is God's timing.
The end of the age is at hand, and it is time for the Church to bring down the 'gates of Hades.' God is calling His army to battle. Our Warfare - Against Demons and Territorial Spirits () by Frank. Posts about Christian magistrate written by D. Hart. Despite the modern Reformed churchesâ€™ rejection of older confessional views about the responsibility of the magistrate for true religion in the realm, apparently the idea of a ruler who can crack down on idolatry and suppress heresy still appeals, at least if some of the comments at blogs are an indication.
Christian magistrates were better equipped to understand and co-operate with the program of the true Church and, as Viret observed: "The best magistrates are Christian magistrates." 4 Perhaps the best statement of Viret's concept of an ideal magistrate is found in the text of a sermon he preached on Maat Geneva.
Godly magistrates and church order. Johannes Brenz and the establishment of the Lutheran territorial Church in Germany, (Book) Autores: Lorna Jane Abray Localización: Journal of ecclesiastical history, ISSNVol.
54, Nº 2,pág. Idioma: inglés DOI: /s (The doctrine of the lesser magistrate) is a unique Christian theory of resistance to authority which was first detailed in Magdeburg Confession of This doctrine teaches that when a ruler has become an incorrigible tyrant (within a very limited set of criteria), he has abdicated his claim to legitimacy.
The writings contained in The Christian and the Magistrate are a collection of some of the applications Viret offered of the Biblical truths pertaining to magistrates and the Christian's duty to them. Hence, magistrates, as such, in a Christian country, are bound to promote the Christian religion, as the most valuable interest of their subjects, by all such means as are not inconsistent with civil rights; and do not imply an interference with the policy of the church, which is the free and independent kingdom of the Redeemer; nor an.
Godly Magistrates and Church Order: Johannes Brenz and the Establishment of the Lutheran Territorial Church in Germany (Book) Autores: Robert Benne Localización: Sixteenth century journal: the journal of Early Modern Studies, ISSNNº.
2,págs. Idioma: inglés DOI: / Read "JOHANNES BRENZ, Godly Magistrates and Church Order. Johannes Brenz and the Establishment of the Lutheran Territorial Church in GermanyJAMES M. ESTES (ED. AND TRANS.) (Renaissance and Reformation Texts in Translation 9).
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Noun 1. Protestant Reformation - a religious movement of the 16th century that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the.