From Erasmus to Calvin: Exploring the Roots of Reformed Hermeneutics

Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 63 (2):154-166 (2009)
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Abstract

Calvin's debt to the church reformers who preceded him both inside and outside the reform movements of the sixteenth century has not been sufficiently understood or appreciated. The humanistic methods of interpreting and teaching classical texts—including Scripture—as developed by Erasmus of Rotterdam decisively shaped Calvin's biblical hermeneutic

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