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Review: Systematic Theology, by John Frame

John Frame, Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Christian Belief (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2013), 1219 pages.| P&R John Frame, J. D. Trimble Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, has already authored a number of sizeable works in … Continue reading

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Review: Covenantal Apologetics by Scott Oliphint

K. Scott Oliphint, Covenantal Apologetics: Principles and Practice in Defense of Our Faith, (Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2013), 288 pages. I would like to thank Crossway for providing me a review copy. Amazon | Crossway Overview Scott Oliphint, professor at Westminster Theological … Continue reading

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Review: Brill’s Companion to Reformed Orthodoxy

A good “Companion” introduces one to classic texts in a field and to areas of current debate in scholarly literature. Apart from Richard Muller’s monumental Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, there is no such volume for Reformed history and theology from the … Continue reading

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Review of Matthew Barrett, Salvation by Grace

Salvation by Grace: The Case for Effectual Calling and Regeneration (by Matthew Barrett, P&R, 2013) An evangelical audience rarely grows tired of questions about personal salvation. In this revision of his Southern Baptist Seminary dissertation, Matthew Barrett undertakes a comprehensive … Continue reading

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Review: Kingdoms Apart, ed. by Ryan McIlhenny

Ryan C. McIlhenny, ed., Kingdoms Apart: Engaging the Two Kingdoms Perspective (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2013), 284 pages. I would like to thank P&R Publishing for providing a review copy. Amazon | P&R With recent intra-Reformed debates swirling around the role of Christianity in … Continue reading

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Review: Natural Law & the Two Kingdoms, Part 2

This continues a book review of David VanDrunen’s Natural Law and the Two Kingdoms: A Study in the Development of Reformed Social Thought that began here. In part one, I gave a synopsis of the book’s main argument, and in … Continue reading

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Review: “Evangelical Calvinism,” edited by Myk Habets and Bobby Grow

Historically, Calvinists have asked the question, “Who are the elect?” Perhaps, a more fundamental question should be asked: “Who are the Calvinists?” Actually, more broadly, the issue is, “Who are the Reformed?”, though we grant that “Calvinism” is often used … Continue reading

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