"A very interesting and original tour through the history of Christian thought, based on extensive use of primary and secondary sources. I have never before seen a work quite of this kind...It promises to be a book with which other scholars will want to interact and it will stimulate lines of research, particularly in the field of modern theology."--Maurice Dowling, Lecturer, Irish Baptist College; member of the Institute of Theology, Queen's University, Belfast, UK
About the Author
Corneliu C. Simut is a Reader in Historical and Dogmatic Theology at Emanuel University of Oradea in Romania. He is the author of Richard Hooker and His Early Doctrine of Justification: A Study of His A Learned Discourse of Justification (2005); The Doctrine of Salvation in the Sermons of Richard Hooker (2005); The Ontology of the Church in Hans Küng (2007); A Critical Study of Hans Küng’s Ecclesiology: From Traditionalism to Modernism (Palgrave, 2008); Critical Essays on Edward Schillebeeckx's Theology: From Theological Radicalism to Philosophical Non-Realism (2010).