Herman J. Selderhuis (Ed.)
Reformed Historical Theology
The series »Reformed Historical Theology/Reformierte Historische Theologie« aims to publish substantial texts in the historical theology of Calvinism and Reformed Protestantism. It offers scholars the possibility of presenting the results of their research to the international academic world and seeks to stimulate research in this field. The series accepts texts both in German and English which deal with the wide spectrum of Reformed traditions of the early modern world, i.e., from the 16th century to the beginning of the 19th century. The »Reformed tradition« is understood here in its broadest meaning, that is, it is not limited in a confessional sense and includes persons and movements that have seen themselves as being Reformed.
The series is edited by Herman J. Selderhuis (Apeldoorn) together with Irene Dingel (Mainz), Elsie McKee (Princeton), Emidio Campi (Zürich), and Wim Janse (Leiden/Amsterdam).