Henreckson, David P.
|서명/저자사항||The immortal commonwealth : covenant, community, and political resistance in early reformed thought / David P. Henreckson.|
|개인저자||Henreckson, David P., 1985-|
|발행사항||Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2019.|
|형태사항||x, 208 p. ; 24 cm.|
|ISBN||9781108470216 (alk. paper)|
|서지주기||Includes bibliographical references (p. 182-198) and index.|
|내용주기||The covenanting God -- The law of the covenant -- Breaking covenant -- The unaccountable sovereign -- Consociational politics -- Resisting the devil.|
|요약||"Introduction, with a linguistic history reaching back to ancient Hebrew writings, Roman law, and medieval jurisprudence, the concept of covenant has shaped Western notions of law and justice like few others. In its barest sense, it is a contract or agreement between parties. It establishes or recognizes the terms by which a relationship among persons is preserved or set right, and is often ratified by some ritual or sacrifice. It promises rewards for the fulfillment of obligations, and punitive consequences for the breach thereof. It involves the exchange of goods, rights, or services, according to some specified norm. In a fuller sense, a covenant is the founding or recognition of a common project, or fellowship, by which individuals pursue goods that they could not in isolation"--|
|해제||Provided by publisher.|
|일반주제명||Covenant theology --History of doctrines.|
Covenants --Religious aspects --Reformed Church.
Christianity and justice --Europe --History --16th century.
Christianity and justice --Europe --History --17th century.
Protestantism --Political aspects.