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Richard Hooker and Reformed Theology: A Study of Reason, Will, and Grace (Oxford Theological Monographs) Hardcover – May 8, 2003

ISBN-13: 978-0199260393 ISBN-10: 0199260397

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"Voak has made an exciting contribution to the interpretation of Richard Hooker's philosophical insights. Splendid, even brilliant formulations. Voak's work will stimulate further Hooker research." --Religious Studies Review


"Voak's volume analyzes the key issues related to Hooker's understanding of reason, common grace, special grace, justification and sanctification...it is an important addition to the literature both on Hooker and the Elizabethan and Jacobean churches." --The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology


"An important addition to the body of Hooker studies. Voak provides original, detailed analysis and a deeper understanding of many aspects of Hooker's theology, anthropology, and soteriology."--Renaissance Quarterly


"Voak has claimed new ground ... an excellent and well-crafted book... will set the agenda for some lively discussion."--ATR/86:26


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Nigel Voak is a researcher based in London.

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