Published January 2004
by Wipf & Stock Publishers .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||396|
The Register of the Company of Pastors of Geneva in the Time of Calvin [Hughes, Philip E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Register of the Company of Pastors of Geneva in the Time of CalvinCited by: 3. Get this from a library! The register of the Company of Pastors of Geneva in the time of Calvin. [Philip Edgcumbe Hughes; Compagnie des pasteurs de Genève.]. Title: The Register of the Company of Pastors of Geneva in the Time of Calvin Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Wipf & Stock Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces ISBN: ISBN Stock No: WWPages: In Calvin's Company of Pastors, Scott Manetsch examines the pastoral theology and practical ministry activities of Geneva's reformed ministers from the time of Calvin's arrival in Geneva until the beginning of the seventeenth these seven decades, more than men were enrolled in Geneva's Venerable Company of Pastors (as it was called), including notable/5.
Buy The Register of the Company of Pastors of Geneva in the Time of Calvin by Hughes, Philip E (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Philip E Hughes. By Michael Horton. With many others I have been anticipating the publication of Scott Manetsch’s Calvin’s Company of ’s not quite what I expected—that is, a more thorough update to Phillip Hughes’s The Register of the Company of Pastors of Geneva in the Time of Calvin (). We needed something like that, even if it were a niche publication that would seem too much like. The Company of Pastors or Venerable Company [page needed] (French: Compagnie des pasteurs) is an organization, comparable to a classis, of ministers and deacons of the Protestant Church of Geneva. It was established as part of the implementation of John Calvin's Ecclesiastical Ordinances in and originally consisted of the ministers of Geneva's three city churches and a dozen countryside. The Genevan Consistory (French: Consistoire de Genève) is a council of the Protestant Church of Geneva similar to a synod in other Reformed churches. The Consistory was organized by John Calvin upon his return to Geneva in in order to integrate civic life and the church. The Consistory was first organized in November as part of the implementation of John Calvin's Ecclesiastical.
Buy Registers of the Consistory of Geneva in the Time of Calvin: Volume 1, v. 1 by Kingdon, Robert M., Lambert, Thomas, Watt, Isabella M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Scott M. Manetsch. Calvin’s Company of Pastors: Pastoral Care and the Emerging Reformed Church Oxford University Press, pps, $ The name John Calvin elicits all sorts of associations: great reformer, father of modern Protestantism, the maybe for you, you think of things like negligent evangelist, ivory-tower theologian, cold predestinarian, father of. Calvin's Company of Pastors Pastoral Care and the Emerging Reformed Church, Scott M. Manetsch Oxford Studies in Historical Theology. Makes extensive use of the unpublished (and rarely consulted) registers of Geneva's Consistory. A vivid and engaging portrait of pastoral life in sixteenth and seventeenth century Geneva. At that time, under John Calvin’s leadership, the pastors (over from the city and countryside surrounding Geneva) were gathered together into what was called the “Company of Pastors.” Manetsch explains that the purpose of the Company was “to examine the pastoral theology and practical ministry activities of this cadre of men” (pg. 2).