In recent decades, there has been a shift in the landscape and focus of the Church. Topics such as the Sovereignty of God and humanity’s utter helplessness without him have become more widely appreciated. Books are being written and conferences attended in their thousands. This apparent renewal of interest in grappling with Scripture has created a movement labeled as New Calvinism. But is it really any different to ‘old’ Calvinism and will it be of any lasting benefit to the Church?
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The “New Calvinism” is not so young now, but it is still restless and Reformed. This book by the same name offers a cogent explanation for its existence, a heartfelt plea for its integrity, a thoughtful critique to sustain its biblical moorings, and a hopeful assessment for its abiding impact. Friends and foes of Calvinism alike will profit by reading this work.
—Peter Lillback, President, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
An outstanding collection of essays.... This book celebrates the achievements of New Calvinism, while also recognizing ... the essential elements of the Reformed faith which should be recovered and reapplied to the lives of God’s people today. It is essential reading.
—Liam Goligher, Senior Minister, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Josh Buice has been the Pastor of Pray’s Mill Baptist Church in Georgia since 2010. Prior to this, he pastored congregations in Kentucky and Tennessee. He is married to Kari, and they have four children.