Book Reviews / CHRC .- () – © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, DOI: 10.1163/187124109X463509 Jeremy M. Bergen, Paul G. Doerksen, Karl Koop (Eds.), Creed and Con- science: Essays in Honour of A. James Reimer . Pandora Press, Kitchener, ON , pp. ISBN . cnd; us.. This book was presented to A. James Reimer at the University of Toronto on the occasion of his retirement on his sixty-ﬁfth birthday. It is a Festschrift which honors him for his signiﬁcant contribution nationally and internationally as a teacher, researcher, author and theologian. The book consists of sixteen scholarly essays written by former students, colleagues and friends which reﬂect Reimer’s wide-ranging interests including the classical Trinitarian tradition, church-state issues, the Anabaptist tradition, the ecumenical tradition, paciﬁsm, modernity and political theology. Essays are written by Mennonite, Anglican, Roman Catholic and Lutheran scholars. The essays are categorized into six sections. Following the foreword and preface, the ﬁrst section is a biographical essay written by John Rempel which traces Reimer’s personal and intellectual development from his early years in Manitoba to his teaching career at Conrad Grebel University College, the University of Waterloo and Toronto School of Theology. At the latter he
Church History and Religious Culture (formerly Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2009
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