For some weeks now, I’ve been wracking my brains, various search engines, and a plethora of library catalogues trying to get my hands on the following two essays:
- Brian G. Armstrong, ‘Semper Reformanda: The Case of the French Reformed Church, 1559–1620’, in Later Calvinism: International Perspectives (ed. W. Fred Graham; Kirksville: Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, 1994), 119–140.
- Richard Muller, ‘Diversity in the Reformed Tradition: A Historiographical Introduction’, in Drawn into Controversie: Reformed Theological Diversity and Debates Within Seventeenth-Century British Puritanism (Oakville: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2011), 1–30. (I only need the last 5 pages of this one!)
Even where I have (finally) been able locate the relevant items listed in a library catalogue, the librarian has been unable to unearth the book! Sigh! So, basically, I need some help here and am really keen to hear from anyone who may have copies, or access to copies, of one or both of the aforementioned essays. I can be contacted via here.
Note: I’m both delighted and relieved to declare that this hunting trip is now over. Many, many thanks, indeed to all those who have so kindly offered to assist me in my hunt for these two essays. I have been humbled by the response … and I now have copies. Thank you.
Both books are available in the Moore College Theological Library, Sydney. I’m in Christchurch so can’t help but I’m sure the librarians could help.
Many, many thanks, indeed to all those who have so kindly offered to assist me in my hunt for these two essays. I have been humbled by the response … and I now have copies. Thank you.