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H is for Hooker

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When we think about the Reformation, names like Calvin and Luther come easily to mind. Geographically, we think of Germany and Geneva as strategic centers for reformational truth. However, England is not without its significant contribution. Richard Hooker was one…
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G is for Gill

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There are names that will forever be associated with the history of the church of Jesus Christ – Luther and Calvin, even Augustine, and perhaps Thomas Aquinas – but there are others with whom we ought to be acquainted, men whose…
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F is for Frame

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John Frame is a modern theologian and philosopher. He was born in 1939 and is still alive and writing today. He grew up in Pittsburg, PA and has since lived in Princeton, NJ, Philadelphia, PA, and Orlando, FL. At the age of…
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E is for Erasmus

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Desiderius Erasmus lived from 1466 to 1536, a life that spanned from the renaissance to the reformation. He had enormous influence on culture, theology, and literature, but not all of that was positive. At times Erasmus made great contributions to the church…
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The Week in Review

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Have you been keeping up with our A to Z series, “Theologians Who Changed the World”? Here are the links for this week’s posts so you can catch up or share them with your friends and groups. Could you take…
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D is for Dabney

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R. L. Dabney is a very interesting, informative, and, in some ways, controversial figure. He unified at the same time as creating division. He lived during the 1800’s in the southern states and was very much a product of his…
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C is for Cranmer

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Thomas Cranmer brought the Reformation to England. He is best known for being a reformer, for being Archbishop of Canterbury, and for dying as a Martyr. His legacy lives on today, as some of his writings have been preserved and…
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B is for Bahnsen

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Greg Bahnsen was a 20th century theologian and philosopher. He lived from 1948-1995, a considerably short lifetime. However, in his 47 years, he accomplished a great deal. He was a seminary professor, public speaker, and prolific author. Bahnsen represents a…
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A is for Augustine

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What does an early church theologian such as Augustine have to do with us today? Is his work relevant to our day and age? Augustine certainly was born into a different time – 354 AD – a long way into…
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Welcome to The Theology Nerd! Here you will find interesting conversations, theology that challenges, and all things Biblical. The Theology Nerd is about issues that matter. Anything relating to Christianity and the glory of God is fair game, from reformed…
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