Hendrix Festschrift Published

Friends, former students and colleagues have presented a Festschrift to The Rev. Dr. Scott Hendrix on his 70th birthday. Hendrix recently retired from Princeton Theological Seminary where he is James Hastings Nichols Professor of Reformation History and Doctrine Emeritus. He previously taught Reformation History and Confessions and was directed the Institute for Luther Studies at Gettysburg Seminary.

The Reformation as Christianization: Essays on Scott Hendrix’s Christianization Thesis (Mohr Siebeck 2012) responds to Hendrix’s major reinterpretation of the Reformation, entitled Recultivating the Vineyard: The Reformation Agendas of Christianization (2004). The festschrift is edited by Anna Marie Johnson and John A. Maxfield.

The Rev. Dr. Gerald Christianson, Emeritus Professor of Church History at Gettysburg Seminary contributed the article “From Conciliar to Curial Reform in the Late Middle Ages” on the efforts of the Council of Basel led by Cardinal Giuliano Cesarini and Nicholas of Cusa.



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Posted: 5/24/2012 1:18:43 PM by Katy Giebenhain | with 0 comments
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