Reynolds, Blair Books1990 0-88946-308-5
This translation of 327 articles omitted by the Haldane and Ross edition (taken from the Latin Principia Philosophiae) is based upon Les Principes Philosophie, published by Henri Le Grade, Paris, 1647.
This translation of Henri Heyer's thesis for his licensure, originally written in 1872, takes issue with the pervasive interpretation that Farel was a zealot rather than a theologian. On the basis of largely unpublished sources, Heyer provides a critique of Farel's theological development both before and after his encounter with Calvin, arguing that he was a systematic thinker who did in fact provide well-articulated doctrines of the Trinity, baptism, predestination, and Communion.1993 0-7734-9355-7
This book is intended to be a treat for those familiar only with the very formal Calvin of puritanical dogma. Exploring his sermons on Jeremiah, Isaiah, and Micah, the book rediscovers the humanity of Calvin. Key parallels are then drawn between Calvin and process theology. These sermons introduce us to Calvin's neglected aesthetic orientation, where the focus is upon a God and cosmos mutually intertwined and ever evolving into higher forms of beauty.1990 0-88946-835-4