Tropologia Or A Key To Open Scripture Metaphors The First Book Containing Sacred Philology Or The Tropes In Scripture Reduc D Under Their Proper Heads With A Brief Explication Of Each Partly Translated And Partly Compil D From The Works Of The Learned By T D The Second And Third Books Containing A Practical Improvement Parallelwise Of Several Of The Most Frequent And Useful Metaphors Allegories And Ex Press Similitudes Of The Old And New Testament

Author by : Benjamin Keach
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Tropologia Or A Key To Open Scripture Metaphors The First Book Containing Sacred Philology Or The Tropes In Scripture Reduc D Under Their Proper Heads With A Brief Explication Of Each Partly Translated And Partly Compil D From The Works Of The Learned By T D The Second And Third Books Containing A Practical Improvement Parallel Wise Of Several Of The Most Frequent And Useful Metaphors Allegories And Express Similitudes Of The Old And New Testament By B K

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Prophecy Piety And The Problem Of Historicity

Author by : Jan Stievermann
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Description : Jan Stievermann's pioneering study of Cotton Mather's Biblia Americana examines this Puritan scholar's engagement with the Hebrew Bible as Old Testament. The author focuses specifically on Mather's struggle to uphold or modify traditional typological and allegorical readings in the face of a growing awareness of the historicity of Scriptures. Other key issues include Mather's interventions in the contemporary debates over the legitimacy of Christian interpretations of the prophets, as well as over the authorship, provenance, genre, and spiritual import of texts such as Ecclesiastes and Canticles. Stievermann's book yields fascinating insights into an underappreciated phase of exegesis that was at once traditionalist and innovative, apologetically oriented, pious, and open to new modes of historical-textual criticism. Moreover, it shows how Mather's biblical exegesis fits into the broader development of Puritan theology and identity. --


New Chapters In The History Of Rhetoric

Author by : Laurent Pernot
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Description : This volume gathers over forty papers by leading scholars in the field of the history of rhetoric. It illustrates the current trends of this new area of research and covers the Bible, Classical Antiquity, Medieval and Modern Europe, Chinese and Corean civilization, and the contemporary world. One major topic is Rhetoric and Religion.


Post Reformation Reformed Dogmatics

Author by : Richard A. Muller
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Description : A major study reevaluating the primary sources of the post-Reformation period to determine how consistent they are with the thinking of the Reformers on the triunity of God.