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This booklet describes Martin Bucer (1491-1551) as a instructor of theology, targeting his time as Regius Professor of Divinity on the collage of Cambridge among 1549 and 1551. The e-book is situated on his 1550 Cambridge lectures on Ephesians, and investigates them of their old context, exploring what kind of a theologian Bucer was once. The lectures are tested to determine how they characterize Bucer s approach to educating and doing theology, and make clear the connection among biblical exegesis and theological formula as he understood it. Divided into interconnected elements, the ebook first units the ancient context for the lectures, together with a wide caricature of scholastic procedure in theology and the biblical humanist critique of that strategy. It then heavily examines Bucer s perform within the Cambridge lectures, to teach the level to which he was once a theologian of the biblical humanist university, encouraged through the strategy Erasmus set forth within the "Ratio Verae Theologiae" within which real theology starts off, ends, and is healthier performed as an workout within the exegesis of the note of God."

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