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A Little Book of Christian Questions and Responses
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A Little Book of Christian Questions and Responses


Pickwick Publications 2009

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According to translator Kirk Summers, Theodore Beza’s A Little Book of Christian Questions and Responses is the “crowning achievement” of the early reformer’s career. It demonstrates “a mature theologian dealing candidly with some complex and vital issues concerning man’s relation to God.” Beza offers fresh, new approaches to various questions of theology that early Protestantism found crucial—including questions about God’s eternal decrees, salvation, the Trinity, as well as a host of others. Written in a scholastic-style question-answer format, Beza’s book remains important today as it will firmly establish believers in sound doctrine through the methods of pristine logic. Though this work was translated into several European languages soon after its appearance, it has appeared in no new languages since 1600 until the appearance of this first English edition.

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Get Theodore Beza’s classic biography Memoirs of the Life and Writings of John Calvin.

Key Features

  • Provides a succinct but accessible scholastic-style presentation of Reformed Protestantism’s basic beliefs
  • Addresses both basic and advanced questions about Christian faith
  • Presents the first English translation of this work

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About Theodore Beza

Theodore Beza (1519–1605) was a French Reformed Protestant theologian and scholar who played an important role in the early Reformation. A disciple of John Calvin, he lived most of his life in Switzerland. Beza earned his law degree from the University of Orleans in 1539. The Academy in Geneva was organized in 1558, and Beza served there as a Greek instructor and, later, as the pastor of a city church. Beza produced numerous secular and historical studies, including a biography of John Calvin called Memoirs of the Life and Writings of John Calvin, which is included in both the Calvin 500 Collection and the John Calvin Biography Collection.

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