Follow pioneering German Reformed theologian Heinrich Heppe as he leads you through the major loci or doctrinal topics of Reformed theology. Address major issues such as the covenants, Scripture, divine sovereignty, the nature and person of Christ, justification, and interact with major figures in Reformed theology. Heppe, who was very influential on Karl Barth, presents Reformed theology from a very different perspective than what most English readers will be familiar with as he draws on the most important philosophical questions in nineteenth century European Protestant theology.
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Heinrich Heppe (1820–1879) was a historian, Reformed theologian, and professor at the University of Marburg. Heppe specialized in the Reformation, and his career was distinguished by his belief that the origins of the German-Hesse Church were more in the work of Philip Melancthon than the work of Martin Luther, and that its character was Reformed, not Lutheran. Most of Heppe’s work focused on the Reformation, though today he is best known for his dogmatic work. A gifted writer, he wrote many books, including History of German Protestantism, Theodor Beza: Life and Selected Writings, History of Pietism and Mysticism in the Reformed Church, and Die Dogmatik der Evangelisch-Reformierten Kirche.