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From the Winter 2015 issue of Knowing & Doing:  

The Legacy of John Hus

by Tom Schwanda,  Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Christian Formation and Ministry at Wheaton College

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  17 Ibid., 99.
  18 See, e.g., Constance Cherry, “My House Shall Be Called a House of . . . Announcements,” Church Music Worship (January–April 2005).
  19 Spinka, Letters of John Hus, 181.
  20 See Michael J. Wilkins, In His Image: Reflecting Christ in Everyday Life (Colorado Springs: NavPress, 1997), 35; Dallas Willard, The Divine Conspiracy (San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 1998), 282.
  21 Spinka, Letters of John Hus, 187, 43.
  22 Ibid., 23, 170, 102.
  23 Ibid., 153, 170, 128, 132.
  24 Ibid., 121.
  25 Ibid., 9, 153.
  26 Ibid., 168.
  27 IIbid., 69, 71.
  28 Ibid., 177.
  29 Ibid., 128, 129.
  30 Ibid., 186.
  31 Cited by Fudge, Jan Hus, 28.

Tom Schwanda is Associate Professor of Christian Formation and Ministry at Wheaton College, and teaches a doctor of ministry course each summer. He has also been an editor for Baker Books and Zondervan. Tom received a Ph.D. at Durham University, a D. Min. from Fuller Theological Seminary, and his M. Div. at New Brunswick Theological Seminary. He also studied at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and received a B.A. from Moravian College. He and his wife, Grace, have two grown children, and four grandchildren. 


Recommended Reading:
Timothy George, Theology of the Reformers (25th Anniversary Edition), (B&H Academic, 2013)

Timothy George profiles five principal figures from the period of the Reformation: Martin Luther, Huldrych Zwingli, John Calvin, Menno Simons, and William Tyndale. He establishes the context for their work by describing the spiritual climate of their time, and does justice to the scope of their involvement in the reforming effort.

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