God without Passions: A Reader, Edited by Samuel Renihan, Table of Contents

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Acknowledgements

 

Foreword by Carl R. Trueman

 

Introduction to the Reader

The Purpose and Structure of the Reader

Two Interpretive Tools

The Nature of Analogical Predication: Analogy, Metaphor, and Proper vs. Improper Predication
The Relation of God’s Affections to His Will

Difficulties in Definitions and Diction

First Difficulty: Overlapping Definitions
Second Difficulty: Scripture Attributes Affections and Passions to God
Third Difficulty: Varying Angles of Approach

 

Chapter 1: The Reformation (1523-1565)

1. Heinrich Bullinger
2. John Calvin
3. Wolfgang Musculus
4. Peter Martyr Vermigli

 

Chapter 2: Early Orthodoxy (1565-1640)

1. Thomas Adams
2. Henry Ainsworth
3. William Ames
4. John Ball
5. Theodore Beza
6. William Bucanus
7. John Cameron
8. Thomas Cartwright
9. Henry Church
10. Thomas Jackson
11. John Mayer
12. William Perkins
13. Amandus Polanus
14. John Preston
15. Thomas Taylor (Recommended by several Westminster Divines)
16. Lucas Trelcatius
17. James Ussher
18. John Weemes
19. John Wollebius
20. Girolamo Zanchius

 

Chapter 3: High Orthodoxy (1640-1700)

1. Anonymous
2. John Arrowsmith (Westminster Divine)
3. Richard Bernard
4. Hugh Binning
5. Samuel Bolton (Westminster Divine)
6. William Bridge (Westminster Divine)
7. John Brinsley
8. Anthony Burgess (Westminster Divine)
9. Stephen Charnock
10. Francis Cheynell (Westminster Divine)
11. John Ellis
12. William Fenner
13. John Flavel
14. Thomas Hodges (Westminster Divine)
15. Edward Leigh
16. William Lyford
17. William Nicholson (Westminster Divine)
18. John Norton
19. John Owen
20. Benedict Pictet
21. Edward Polhill
22. John Reading
23. Edward Reynolds (Westminster Divine)
24. John Tillotson
25. William Twisse (Westminster Divine)
26. George Walker (Westminster Divine)

 

Chapter 4: Particular Baptists

1. Christopher Blackwood
2. Hercules Collins
3. Nehemiah Coxe
4. Edward Drapes
5. Thomas Hardcastle
6. Benjamin Keach
7. Robert Prudom

 

Chapter 5: Philosophical Works

1. Nicholas Mosley
2. Nemesius, Bishop of Emesa
3. Seth Ward

 

Chapter 6: Confessional Documents

1. The 42/39 Articles of the Church of England (1552, 1563)
2. The French Confession (1559)
3. The Belgic Confession (1566)
4. Irish Articles (1615)
5. The First London Baptist Confession of Faith (1644)
6. The Westminster Confession of Faith (1648)
7. The Savoy Declaration (1658)
8. The Second London Baptist Confession of Faith (1677)

 

Appendix: Definitions of Affections and Passions