From the May, 2006 issue of Touchstone
Divine Light from Kings by Peter J. Leithart

Divine Light from Kings

Evangelical Ecumenism & the Gospel in the Story of Israel Divided

by Peter J. Leithart

The book of First and Second Kings has long been an important text for ecclesiological reflection, with the divided Israel the book describes serving as a model of the divided Christendom of post-Reformation Europe. But by and large, the book has been plundered for ammunition in partisan polemics aimed by divided Christians against one another, and not for its insight into Christian reunion.

For the Reformers, 1–2 Kings provided scriptural categories to describe the errors of the Roman Church. They believed that the late medieval church had fallen into idolatry, and they pointed to t . . .


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