Internet Resources for BHT 513—The Protestant Era
Barry W. Hamilton, Ph.D.

Northeastern Seminary (Rochester, NY)

 

The Catholic Reformation—includes complete canons and decrees from the council of Trent as well as texts from St. Ignatius             of Loyola and Teresa of Avila.

 

The Divine Majesty of the Word:  John Calvin:  The Man and His Preaching—by John Piper.  Presented to the Bethlehem

Conference of Pastors (February 4, 1997).  An outstanding evaluation of Calvin’s preaching from a Reformed perspective.  Recommended.

 

Internet Resources for Wesley Studies—contains links to primary documents as well as biographical information about the

            John and Charles Wesley.

 

John Calvin—complete translation of Calvin’s commentaries.

 

Martin Luther—contains links to selected works by Luther.

 

Martin Luther:  A Mighty Fortress Is Our God—contains links to several Internet sites on Luther and the Reformation.

 

The Protestant Reformation—archive of texts and documents from the magisterial, radical, and English Reformations.

 

The Reformation Guide—an excellent guide to Internet resources on Reformation Studies, with numerous links for major

figures and events, from Michigan State University.  Recommended.

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