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    Just found out from Ligon Duncan and Justin Taylor over at Reformation 21 that Intervarsity Press has something many of us will be interested in. If you are already familiar with IVP's Ancient Christian Commentary Series (ACCS) there is something simlilar in the works with regard to the writings of the Reformation...

    According to the post, InterVarsity Press is developing a 27-volume “Reformation Commentary on Scripture” series, to begin releasing in 2009. Beeson Divinity School Dean and author Timothy George will serve as general editor. The series will include never-before-translated works by key figures from the Protestant Reformation. I assume this means the excellent works of persons such as Peter Martyr Vermigli and others will be included.

    Posted by John on November 9, 2005 11:28 AM


    This is a must! Thanks for the info.


    This makes me feel all tingly and giddy! :D

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