Annotated Bibliography -- By: John H. Armstrong

Journal: Reformation and Revival
Volume: RAR 10:4 (Fall 2001)
Article: Annotated Bibliography
Author: John H. Armstrong


Annotated Bibliography

John H. Armstrong

Armstrong, William Park, editor. Calvin and the Reformation. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1980. A reprint of a famous 1909 work which includes essays by Emile Doumergue, August Lang, Herman Bavinck, and Benjamin Warfield.

* Battles, Ford Lewis. Robert Benedetto, editor. Interpreting John Calvin. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1996. A very important anthology of some of the most important work done on John Calvin by one of the most important Calvin scholars of the twentieth century.

* Battles, Ford Lewis. Analysis of the Institutes of the Christian Religion. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1980. Perhaps the most useful guide to the classic work of Calvin available. Highly recommended.

Bavinck, Herman. Geerhardus Vos, translator. Calvin and Common Grace. n.p. A monograph that is rare and quite helpful.

Berthoud, Jean-Marc. “John Calvin and the Spread of the Gospel in France” in Fulfilling the Great Commission. London: The Westminster Conference, 1992, 1–53.

* Bouwsma, William. J. John Calvin: A Sixteenth-Century Portrait. New York: Oxford, 1988. One of the most important modem biographies. Highly recommended.

Bowen, David Anderson. “John Calvin’s Ecclesiological Adiaphorism: Distinguishing the ‘Indifferent,’ the ‘Essential,’ and the ‘Important’ in his Thought and Practice

1547–1559” Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Vanderbilt University, 1985.

Bratt, John H., editor. The Rise and Development of Calvinism. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1959. Five essays with two of the most important by John Bratt, the editor.

Bratt, John H. The Life and Teachings of John Calvin: A Study Manual. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1958. A small guide designed for group study of Calvin and his thought.

Bratt, John H., editor. The Heritage of John Calvin. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1973. A series of lectures originally given at Calvin College. Some very important material by good writers.

Butin, Philip Walker. Revelation, Redemption & Response: Calvin’s Trinitarian Understanding of the Doctrine of Human Relationship. New York: Oxford, 1995. An important historical theology that is part of the modern reassessment of Calvin.

Calvin, John. Concerning Scandals. John W. Fraser, translator. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 1978. The first modern edition of a tract written in 1550 to address various obstacles which hinder people in the course of accepting the ...

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