Against the backdrop of feminist critique, Karin Spiecker Stetina
gives us a thorough study of John Calvin's ideas on the fatherhood
of God. After looking briefly at Calvin's own experience of
fatherhood, the author looks in depth at his epistemology and then
his imagery for God as Father against the background of the
biblical and historical doctrine. This intriguing study allows us,
through the lens of the reformer's theology, to look again at what
we mean by God as Father and believers as sons and daughters of the
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