Friday, July 27, 2007

Jerome Zanchi (1516-1590): Italian Reformer

R. Scott Clark has posted an informative interview with his former student Patrick O' Banion, who is currently a Fulbright Fellow and St Louis University PhD student. Banion runs an excellent website devoted to the life and work of Jerome Zanchi. The site includes an impressive online collection of works and letters by Zanchi as well as biographical material, bibliography, links, etc.

This is a tremendous resource for anyone interested in the Continental Reformation and the early stages of Protestant Scholasticism. Bookmark this page!

While not wanting to betray my southern sympathies for seminary education, folks interested in pursuing postgraduate studies in Reformation and post-Reformation studies would do well to consider Westminster California's MA in historical theology. Sounds like a stellar program! More information can be found at Dr Clark's website and at WSC.

3 comments:

Bridges said...

Nice. Thanks for this, John.

Tim

Christopher J Coleman said...

Yeah for WSC!

Patrick O'Banion said...

Thanks for the writeup, John. You'll be happy to know that this week the Zanchi site received more visit than ever before.

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