Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Reformed Faith and Practice 1, 1 (2016)

Reformed Faith and Practice is a newish online journal, published by the Reformed Theological Seminary. According to the website, it ‘will publish three times a year, and each issue will contain several sections: articles and book reviews, a few discoveries from our Reformed past, and occasional tastes of campus community life’.

The entire first issue, whose contents are below, is available to download as a pdf here.

Introducing Reformed Faith & Practice

Michael Allen
Divine Fullness: A Dogmatic Sketch 

Richard B. Gaffin Jr.
The Life-Giving Spirit

Sean Michael Lucas
Owning our Past: The Spirituality of the Church in History, Failure, and Hope

Gregory R. Lanier
“It Was Made to Appear Like That to Them:” Islam’s Denial of the Crucifixion

Timothy J. Keller
Redeemer City Ministry as a Model of Ministry Preparation for the City

Roger Nicole
From the Archives: The Five Points of Calvinism

Conversation: Q & A with J. Todd Billings

Book Reviews

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