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Jerome Zanchi (1516-90) and the Analysis of Reformed Scholastic Christology

von Lindholm, Stefan   (Autor)

The Christology of a leading 16th century reformed scholastic theologian

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This is a study in the Christology of Jerome Zanchi (1516-90), a leading 16th century reformed scholastic theologian. The study as a whole is bound together by doctrinal topics, themes and trajectories important to the 16th century Christological debates as well as by philosophical issues and arguments.In the first chapter, Stefan Lindholm situates Zanchi in the contemporary research into reformed scholasticism. Lindholm gives an account of what he calls 'analytic Christology' and why it is relevant to the present study. In the second chapter, he contextualizes Zanchi's Christology, historically and theologically. He discusses the sources and context of Zanchi's Christology and characterize it as catholic, scholastic and reformed.In the second part, on the hypostatic union, Lindholm evaluates Zanchi's view of the virgin birth - The process of hominization - in the third chapter. In the fourth chapter, he analyses Zanchi's uses of the part-whole and soul-body similes for the hypostatic union. What emerges is a rather ambiguous view of the hypostatic union. At the end of this chapter, Lindholm offers further correctives to Zanchi's assumed metaphysical framework in order to better accommodate the sort of claims Zanchi wants to make about the hypostatic union.The central theme in the debate between the Lutherans and the reformed theologians, the communication of properties, is treated in the third part. Chapter five deals with Zanchi's controversy with Martin Chemnitz' notion of the majestic genus (genus maiestaticum). In the sixth chapter Lindholm discusses the most heated issue in the debate about the communication of properties: ubiquity. He shows that Zanchi tends to argue against a sort of generalized version of ubiquity but it is not clear that Chemnitz actually ascribed to that position which weakens the force of Zanchi's arguments. Finally, Lindholm looks at two scholastic arguments found in Chemnitz for multi-location and reconstruct a possible Zanchian response to them.In a postscript, Lindholm suggests some trajectories for future research. 

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Vandenhoeck + Ruprecht

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Reformed Historical Theology

Mehr vom Autor:

Lindholm, Stefan


Medium: Buch
Format: Gebunden
Seiten: 200
Sprache: Deutsch
Erschienen: August 2016
Sonstiges: .buch 1038400
Maße: 238 x 162 mm
Gewicht: 462 g
ISBN-10: 3525551045
ISBN-13: 9783525551042

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KNO-SAMMLUNG: Reformed Historical Theology Vol.37
KNOABBVERMERK: 2016. 200 S. 232 mm
KNOSONSTTEXT: .buch 1038400
Einband: Gebunden
Sprache: Deutsch

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