宗教改革和因信稱義

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蔡少琪

Kiven Choy

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蔡少琪:研究加爾文和改革宗神學的基本方法論 (2012419)

 

蔡少琪:再思宗教改革的預定論爭議:一個講座的大綱資料 (201227)

 

蔡少琪:加爾文論罪觀 (基督教要義2.1-5摘要)(201227)

 

蔡少琪:從改革宗認信看罪觀和因信稱義 (201227)

 

Kiven Choy蔡少琪的博士論文:加爾文對馬丁路德在宗教改革早期的論意志的捆綁辯護和修訂(上載日期:201221) CALVINS DEFENSE AND REFORMULATION OF LUTHERS EARLY REFORMATION DOCTRINE OF THE BONDAGE OF THE WILL (2010)

 

Kiven Choy: Richard Mullers Contribution to Calvin and Reformed Studies查理穆勒對加爾文和改革宗正統派的神學研究的貢獻和影響 (重新上載日期:201226)

 

蔡少琪整理:Justification in Trent and Calvin’s Antidote 天主教的天特會議〈論稱義〉和宗教改革家加爾文的評論

天特會議的拉丁文版本 Council of Trent on Justification (Session Six) In Latin (Concilii Tridentini) Downloaded from http://www.documentacatholicaomnia.eu/01_10_1545-1563-_Concilium_Tridentinum.html.

天主教的天特會議中第六次會議〈關於稱義〉的英文版本 The Council of Trent: The Sixth Session: On Justification; Downloaded from http://history.hanover.edu/texts/trent/ct06.html.

 

蔡少琪「一次得救、永遠得救」的經文

 

蔡少琪反思「一次得救、永遠得救」的神學爭論

 

蔡少琪加爾文對短暫的信的講論

 

Kiven Choy: Arminius and Junius on the Relation between Predestination and the Author of Sin in Arminius' Conference with Junius

THE WORKS OF JAMES ARMINIUS

Vol. 1: http://www.archive.org/details/worksjamesarmin00nichgoog.

Vol. 2: http://www.archive.org/details/worksjamesarmin01nichgoog.

Vol. 3: http://www.archive.org/details/worksofjamesarmi03armi.

 

Kiven Choy: Jonathan Edwards on Will and the Problem of Author of First Sin (1994)

Jonathan Edwards

On the Freedom of the Will: http://www.archive.org/details/acarefulenquiry00edwauoft

Original Sin: http://www.archive.org/details/greatchristiando00edwa

James Dana, The "Examination of the Late Rev'd President Edwards' Enquiry on Freedom of Will" Continued (New Haven, 1773): http://www.archive.org/details/examinationoflat00dana

 

Kiven Choy: A CASE FOR AUGUSTINE'S FREE WILL DEFENSE: IT IS CONSISTENT AND IS COMPATIBLE WITH CALVIN'S VIEW (1994)

             Saint Augustine Works in Latin: http://www.augustinus.it/latino/index.htm

Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers Series I St. Augustine Volumes

Volume I.   Prolegomena: St. Augustine's Life and Work, Confessions, Letters

Volume II.   The City of God, Christian Doctrine

Volume III.   On the Holy Trinity, Doctrinal Treatises, Moral Treatises

Volume IV.   The Anti-Manichaean Writings, The Anti-Donatist Writings

Volume V.   Anti-Pelagian Writings

Volume VI.   Sermon on the Mount, Harmony of the Gospels, Homilies on the Gospels

Volume VII.   Homilies on the Gospel of John, Homilies on the First Epistle of John, Soliloquies

Volume VIII.   Expositions on the Psalms

J. B. Mozley, A Treatise on the Augustinian Doctrine of Predestination, 2d ed. (London: John Murray, 1878): http://www.archive.org/details/treatiseonaugust00mozluoft

 

THE CANONS OF THE COUNCIL OF ORANGE (529 AD)

 

<基督教要義> 加爾文著 11-14(部分論稱義的段落)

 

預定論的一些基本框架

 

Spurgeon on Calvin and Luther in 1864:

I put these doctrines before you, more especially to-day, because last Friday many believers both in Geneva and London, met together to celebrate the tri-centenary of the death of that mighty servant of God, John Calvin, whom I honor, not as teaching these doctrines himself, but as one through whom God spoke, and one who, next to the apostle Paul, propounded truth more clearly than any other man that ever breathed, knew more of Scripture, and explained it more clearly. Luther may have as much courage, but Luther knows little of theology. Luther, like a bull, when he sees one truth, shuts his eyes and dashes against the enemy, breaking down gates, bolts, and bars, to clear away for the Word; but Calvin, following in the opened pathway, with clear eye, searching Scripture, ever acknowledging that of God, and through God, and to God are all things, maps out the whole plan with a delightful clearness which could only have come of the Spirit of God. That man of God expounds the doctrines in so excellent and admirable a manner, that we cannot too much bless the Lord who sent him, or too much pray that others like him may be honest and sincere in the work of the Lord.

Sermon “LAUS DEO” on Rom. 11:36 (MAY 29TH, 1864)