6 edition of Zacharias Ursinus found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||BX9419.U7 V57 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|ISBN 10||0829806970, 0829806911|
|LC Control Number||83009200|
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Zacharias Ursinus was one of the writers of the Heidelberg Catechism. This book is his own commentary on this classic work of reformational theology.
There may be no finer catechism ever produced for its sound theology and warm practical application of Biblical by: 4. The Commentary of Dr. Zacharias Ursinus on the Heidelberg Catechism - Kindle edition by Zacharias Ursinus.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Commentary of Dr. Zacharias Ursinus on the Heidelberg Catechism/5(6). Zacharias Ursinus Translated by Fred H. Klooster and John Medendorp.
Ursinus: Large Zacharias Ursinus book 1 Q What firm comfort do you have in life and in death. A That I was created by God in his image for eternal life; in the book of the law, and do them. The Heidelberg CatechismFile Size: KB. Zacharias Ursinus was a sixteenth century German Reformed theologian, born Zacharias Baer in Breslau (now Wrocław, Poland).
He became the leading theologian of the Reformed Protestant movement of the Palatinate, serving both at the University of Heidelberg and /5. Zacharias Ursinus German reformer and theologian. Summary Biography Works By Works About Summary. Born. J Died. May 6, Importance.
47% Top Biography. A reforming theologian, Ursinus was born Breslau in and studied at Wittenberg from to he also wrote an important treatise on the Lutheran Book of Concord and.
Zacharias Ursinus was the primary author of the Heidelberg Catechism. The following text can be found in Ursinus’ exposition of question and answer 19 in Ursinus’ “Commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism,” pp.
(English translation by G.W. Williard, Columbus OH, ; reprinted by P & R). The Heidelberg Catechism, one of the Three Forms of Unity, is a Protestant confessional document taking the form of a series of questions and answers, for use in teaching Reformed Christian doctrine.
It was written in in Heidelberg, present-day Germany. Its original title translates to 4/4(1). In this article, Zacharias Ursinus exposits and expands question and answer 19 of the Heidelberg Catechism, of which he was the primary author. In greater detail, he defines the term “gospel” and what Christians mean when they speak of the Gospel.
Moiban's influence on Ursinus as a youngster was a source for Ursinus' later development of the Heidelberg Catechism. Derk Visser, in his book Zacharius Ursinus: The Reluctant Reformer, writes, Moiban's catechism could easily be a source — even an important one — without being a literary source.
The name “Ursinus” (pronounced er- sigh -nus) is a Latin version of “Bear.” Ursinus was founded in and named for a 16 th century reformer, teacher and thinker. Zachariah Baer () took a Latin version of his German name and became known as Zacharias Ursinus. Zack, as he is called on campus, was a theologian and scholar at the.
An orthodox catechism written by Zacharias Ursinus. Introduction The Heidelberg Catechism received its name from the place of its origin, Heidelberg, the capital of the German Electorate of the Palatinate.
It was written at the request of Elector Frederick III, ruler of the most influential German province, the Palatinate, from to The summe of Christian religion, delivered by Zacharias Ursinus: first, by way of catechism, and then afterwards more enlarged by a sound and judicious exposition, and application of the same: wherein also are debated and resolved the questions of whatsoever points of moment have been, or are controversed in divinitie by Zacharias Ursinus ().
OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of: 2nd Amer. Columbus, OH: Scott, Description: xxxviii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: General prolegomena --Special prolegomena --Of true Christian comfort --Of the misery of man --Of the creation of man --Of the image of God in man --Of the Fall and first sin of man --Of sin in general --The freedom of the will --concerning afflictions --The.
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The Commentary of Zacharias Ursinus on the Heidelberg Catechism. Fourth American Edition. Translated Latin by G. Willard. Venema, Cornelis P. “Grace and Gratitude: Justification and Sanctification in the Heidelberg Catechism.” In. Lost & Found Novem Ursinus College takes its name from 16th century reformer, teacher and thinker Zacharias Baer (–83), who took a Latin version of his German name and became known as Zacharias Ursinus.
A history of the origin and founding of Ursinus College and of its first century. Home; book, Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, history, founding, presidents, Freeland Seminary, Todd's School, German Reformed Church, Zacharias Ursinus, Ulrich Zwingli, John Henry Augustus Bomberger, Henry William Super, Henry Thomas Spangler Cited by: 1.
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Moiban's influence on Ursinus as a youngster was a source for Ursinus' later development of the Heidelberg Catechism.
Derk Visser, in his book Zacharius Ursinus: The Reluctant Reformer, writes, Moiban's. Buy The Commentary of Dr. Zacharias Ursinus on the Heidelberg Catechism by Ursinus, Zacharias (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on /5(4). Zacharias Ursinus (Wrocław, július – Neustadt an der Weinstraße, május 6.), eredeti nevén Zacharias Bär, német teológus, Caspar Olevianus-szal együtt a heidelbergi káté szerzője.
Életpályája. Tizenöt évesen beiratkozott a wittenbergi egyetemre, ahol a következő hét évben Philipp Melanchthon tanítványa volt. Melanchthon csodálta a fiatal Ursinust Állampolgársága: német.By: Zacharias Ursinus () The Heidelberg Catechism is a Protestant confessional document taking the form of a series of questions and answers, for use in teaching Reformed Christian doctrine.
It has been translated into many languages and is regarded as one of Author: Zacharias Ursinus.Ursinus is a member of the Centennial Conference, founded inand which now contains eleven private colleges in the mid-Atlantic region, including Bryn Mawr, McDaniel, Johns Hopkins, Dickinson, Haverford, Franklin and Marshall, Swarthmore, Gettysburg, Muhlenberg, and Washington.
In the immediate years following its founding, there were no organized athletics at Ursinus : Private.