My wife Diane Poythress has a new book to post!
In 2011 Reformation Heritage Books published her book Reformer of Basel: The Life, Thought, and Influence of Johannes Oecolampadius, which was a condensation from her doctoral dissertation, “Johannes Oecolampadius’ Exposition of Isaiah, Chapters 36-37,” Ph.D. dissertation, Westminster Theological Seminary, 1992. I am happy to say that Reformation Heritage Books has now generously consented to give her permission to post it online (click cover to download PDF).
Oecolampadius was the principal Reformer in Basel, Switzerland, in the first generation of the Reformation. He wrote wonderful, insightful, edifying commentaries, which have never been translated. I enthusiastically recommend the book, which gives an excellent introduction to the person and his work.
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You are free to download and to print the electronic file on this page for your own personal use. But the author retains the copyright, and the publisher retains publication rights. Printing for distribution is not allowed except by permission of the publisher or within the bounds allowed by copyright law and fair use.
A hard copy can be purchased for a good price at Westminster books (wtsbooks.com).