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How did BB Warfield define Calvinism?
Said that it was possible to define Calvinism in one simple sentence that could be easily comprehended by every man. Simply put, he said, Calvinism is just religion in its purity. We have only to conceive of religion in its purity to find out what Calvinism is.
Calvinism is largely derived from
John Calvin’s own interpretation and exposition of Scripture.
Calvinists believe that the Bible is
the only source of man’s knowledge of God and of His will and works.
Calvinism says that although God is revealed in both creation and providence
nature and man have both been corrupted by sin and are unable to reveal God’s plan of redemption
Calvinists believe that the Bible tells us
what Man is to believe concerning God and what duty God requires of Man.
Calvinists believe the remedy for Sin is
God’s overarching plan of redemption.
Calvinists believe that man was created to
rule over, subdue, and replenish the earth, glorifying God and enjoying Him forever.
The teachings of Calvinism are found in Calvin’s work but were partially summarized in the 1618 Canons of Dort as teaching
total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, perseverance of the saints
Total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace, and perseverance of the saints were summarized in
the 1618 Canons of Dort
Differences between Calvinism and other major Protestant traditions
interpretations of the meaning and purpose of baptism and the Lord’s Supper, as well as the practical form of government that should be used in church.
Covenant Theology is sometimes called
Federal Theology
Covenant Theology is a system that describes
the relationship between God and man in the form of covenants
Covenant theology is the Gospel set in the context of
God’s eternal plan of communion with his people, and its historical outworking in the covenants of works and grace, as well as in the various progressive stages of the covenant of Grace.
Defines the issues of the English Reformation
Henry VIII and his sucession problems
Six Wives of Henry VIII
Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, Catharine Parr
Fates of Henry VIII’s six wives, in order
divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived
Bloody Mary was the daughter of
Catherine of Aragon
Catherine of Aragon’s daughter
“Bloody” Mary
Anne Boleyn’s daughter was
Elizabeth (last of Tudors to reign)
Elizabeth (last of Tudors to reign) was
Anne Boleyn’s daughter
Jane Seymour’s son was
Edward VI
Edward VI was
Jane Seymour’s son
Henry VIII broke with Rome for
personal reasons, but was no protestant
List the Rulers of the House of Tudor
Henry VII, Edward VI, Lady Jane Gray, Bloody Mary, Elizabeth
Henry VIII rule date
1509
Edward VI rule date
1547
Lady Jane Gray rule date
1553
Mary Rule date
1553
Elizabeth rule date
1558
Religious situation under Henry VIII
broke with Rome but was no Protestant
Religious situation under Edward VI
believed in Reformation
Succeeded Henry when he was only 10
Edward VI, son of third wife Jane Seymour
Religious situation under Lady Jane Gray
Protestant
Religious situation under Mary
tried to move England back to Catholicism
Religious situation under Elizabeth
brilliant ruler and Protestant who reigned for 45 years
Brilliant ruler and Protestant who reigned for 45 years
Elizabeth (daughter of second wife Anne Boleyn)
Thomas Cranmer was
Archbishop of Canterbury from 1533 and the first Protestant Archbishop to fill this office
Thomas Cranmer was Archbishop of Canterbury from
1533 and the first Protestant to fill this role
The first Protestant Archbishop to fill this office
Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury
Thomas Cranmer was the creator of
the 1549 Book of Common Prayer.
Essentially it was a selection and translation from the beviary and the missal, with some additions from other sources
the 1549 Book of Common Prayer
The 1549 Book of Common Prayer was essentially
a selection and translation from the beviary and the missal, with some additions from other sources
Revision of the 1549 Book of Common Prayer, undertaken by Cranmer, resulted in the 1552 Prayer book, which showed
the influence of foreign reformers then resident in England.
Revision of the 1549 Book of Common Prayer, undertaken by Cranmer, resulted in
the 1552 Prayer book, which showed the influence of foreign reformers then resident in England.
Showed the influence of foreign reformers then resident in England
the 1552 Book of Common Prayer
In his creation of the Prayer Book, Cranmer based his work on
loyalty to scripture and a respect for the scriptural catholicity of the ancient church and a desire to reinstate the purer order of the past.
Loyalty to scripture and a respect for the scriptural catholicity of the ancient church and a desire to reinstate the purer order of the past
the basis for Cranmer’s work on the Prayer Book
The “Thirty-nine Articles” were put forth in
1562 in order to serve as the doctrinal foundation for the Church of England.
Put forth in 1562 in order to serve as the doctrinal foundation for the Church of England
the Thirty-nine Articles
“Thirty-nine Articles” date
1562
Several Catholic doctrines are rejected but there is no attempt to choose between the various Protestant views on many of the issues discussed
in the “Thirty-nine Articles”
In the “Thirty-nine Articles”, several Catholic doctrines are rejected but
there is no attempt to choose between the various Protestant views on many of the issues discussed
Marian exile began
1554, under rule of Mary Tudor, when England officially returned to obedience to the pope.
Almost 300 Protestant leaders were burned and countless others were imprissoned or went into exile
during Mary Tudor’s reign.
Famous martyrs under Mary
Thomas Cranmer (Book of Common Prayer), Hugh Latimer (Great Preacher – Sermon of the Plowman,) Nicholas Ridley
John Foxe life
1517-87
John Foxe famous for
Foxe’s book of Martyrs – was a leading early English historian of the Reformation
First edition published in 1563, then revised countless times
Foxe’s book of Martyrs
Marian exile to the English congregation in Frankfort
John Foxe
English bible was produced
in the church of Geneva during the Marian exile
English NT known as the Geneva Bible was completed in
1557 – complete Bible was first published in 1560