‘Dominus dixit’

@article{Ballor2013DominusD,
  title={‘Dominus dixit’},
  author={Jordan J. Ballor and Todd M. Rester},
  journal={Reformation \& Renaissance Review},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={19 - 9}
}
Abstract The article reviews Peter Martyr Vermigli’s hermeneutical principles outlined in his I Corinthians commentary and examines Martyr’s understanding of the authority of Scripture and the Church as contrasted with a Roman Catholic interlocutor, Stanislaus Hosius; it also analyzes two test cases in Vermigli’s loci that demonstrate a constructive and destructive use, respectively, of his hermeneutical principles. The demonstrations evaluate Vermigli’s positive statement of the doctrine of… 

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