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TCI Contributors in the Next Reformation & Renaissance Review

A few of the regular contributors at TCI will have their work featured in the forthcoming edition of the Reformation and Renaissance Review (view the contents online here), entitled Studies on the Living Legacy of Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499–1562). This volume (15.1) is a special issue to mark the 450th anniversary of the death of the Italian Reformer, Peter Martyr Vermigli. You will notice that the topics addressed in these articles touch on issues that are essential to the conversations that regularly take place here at TCI. Here is the table of contents as reported over at Refo500:

Table of Contents
Foreword, Ian Hazlett
Preface, Emidio Campi
Editorial, Jordan J. Ballor

Articles

  • ‘Dominus dixit’: principles of exegetical theology applied in two loci of Peter Martyr Vermigli’s Corinthians commentary’, Todd M. Rester
  • ‘Peter Martyr Vermigli, history, and the Anabaptist menace: considering the Italian’s handling of prophecy’, Jon Balserak
  • ‘Peter Martyr Vermigli on grace and free choice: Thomist and Augustinian perspectives’, Simon J. G. Burton
  • ‘Fides mater virtutum est’: Peter Martyr Vermigli’s disagreement with Thomas Aquinas on the ‘form’ of the virtues’, Eric M. Parker
  • ‘Citizen Vermigli: the political animal in Vermigli’s commonwealth’, Gary Jenkins
  • ‘More than a swineherd’: Hooker, Vermigli, and an Aristotelian defence of the royal supremacy’, W. Bradford Littlejohn
  • ‘Church discipline and excommunication: Peter Martyr Vermigli among the disciplinarians and the magistraticals’, Jordan J. Ballor
  • Flight from persecution and the honour of God in the theology of Peter Martyr Vermigli’, Jason Zuidema

By Eric Parker

Eric Parker (PhD McGill University) is the editor of the Library of Early English Protestantism (LEEP) at the Davenant Institute. He lives in the deep South with his wife and two children, where he is currently preparing for ordination to the diaconate in the Reformed Episcopal Church.