HOLINESS VOLUME 3 (2017)
ISSUE 2

ISSN 2058 – 5969

Holiness & Reformation

Contents

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Andrew Stobart
Editorial


The Reformation in historical perspective

Eamon Duffy
Reformation and the end of Christendom: two visions

David M. Chapman
Fifty years of Methodist-Roman Catholic dialogue


The Reformation in theological perspective

David Gilland
What has Basel to do with Epworth? Karl Barth on Pietism and the theology of the Reformation

George Bailey
Making the invisible Christ visible: problems and opportunities for Wesleyan Christology

Nathan Paylor
Calvin’s Only Prayer: Piety and Pastoral Care in Early Reformed Thought and Practice


The Reformation in liturgical perspective

John Swarbrick
Martin Luther: Music and Mission

Ulrike Schuler
‘Reconciled to One Another’: A German, Liturgical, Ecumenical Resource


Acedia and pastoral resilience

Alan Palmer
Acedia, depletion and pastoral resilience: series introduction

Alan Palmer
Acedia: Its History and Development


What have the sermons of John Wesley ever done for us?

Andrew Stobart
‘Justification by faith’


Reviews

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Lyndal Roper, Martin Luther: Renegade and Prophet

Eamon Duffy, Reformation Divided: Catholics, Protestants and the Conversion of England

Robert Kolb, Martin Luther and the Enduring Word of God: The Wittenberg School and its Scripture-Centered Proclamation

Robin A. Leaver, The Whole Church Sings: Congregational Singing in Luther’s Wittenberg

Diarmaid MacCulloch, All Things Made New : Writings on the Reformation

Andrew Pettegree, Brand Luther

Alec Ryrie, Protestants: The Radicals Who Made The Modern World