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Redeeming the Life of the Mind: Essays in Honor of Vern Poythress
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Redeeming the Life of the Mind: Essays in Honor of Vern Poythress

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Overview

Vern Poythress, one of today’s leading Reformed theologians, has made many vital contributions to evangelical scholarship—particularly a vision to glorify Christ as Lord over all areas of human life in order to redeem all realms of human thought.

In honor of his many years of faithful thinking and writing, twenty evangelical scholars have come together to produce a set of essays on topics of importance throughout his ministry: biblical exegesis, the doctrine of the Trinity, worldview, history, and ethics.

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Key Features

  • Presents essays in honor of Vern Poythress from a variety of scholarly viewpoints
  • Covers many topics important to the ministry of Poythress

Contents

  • Part 1: Sons of Yeshua
    • “Redeeming Science: A Father-Son Tale,” by Ransom Poythress
    • “The Grace and Gift of Differentness,” by Justin Poythress
  • Part 2: Exegesis
    • “The New Testament Background of ἐκκλησία Revisited Yet Again,” by G.K. Beale
    • “The Divine Choice between the Offerings of Cain and Abel,” by In Whan Kim
    • “Reading the Lord’s Prayer Christologically,” by Brandon D. Crowe
    • “Psalms Applied to Both Christ and Christians: Psalms 8, 22, 34, 118 and Romans 15:3 // Psalm 69:9,” by Robert J. Cara
    • “What Kind of Prophecy Continues? Defining the Differences between Continuationism and Cessationism,” by Iain M. Duguid
    • “Christocentrism and Christotelism: The Spirit, Redemptive History, and the Gospel,” by Lane G. Tipton
    • “What ‘Symphony of Sighs’? Reflections on the Eschatological Future of the Creation,” by Richard B. Gaffin Jr.
  • Part 3: Doctrine of the Trinity
    • “The Trinity and Monotheism: Christianity and Islam in the Theology of Cornelius Van Til,” by Camden M. Bucey
    • “Language and the Trinity: A Meeting Place for the Global Church,” by Pierce Taylor Hibbs
    • “Jonathan Edwards and God’s Involvement in Creation: An Examination of “Miscellanies,” no. 1263,” by Jeffrey C. Waddington
  • Part 4: Worldview
    • “Redeeming the Seminary by Redeeming Its Worldview,” by Peter A. Lillback
    • “Presuppositionalism and Perspectivalism,” by John M. Frame
    • “The Death of Tragedy: Reflections upon a Tragic Aspect of This Present Age,” by Carl R. Trueman
    • “Beholding the Glory of Jesus: How a Christ-Centered Perspective Restores in Us the Splendor of God’s Image,” by Brian Courtney Wood
  • Part 5: History
    • “Christian Missions in China: A Reformed Perspective,” by Luke P.Y. Lu
    • “Historiography: Redeeming History,” by Diane Poythress
  • Part 6: Ethics
    • “Christians Never Have to Choose the ‘Lesser Sin’,” by Wayne Grudem
    • “Perspectives on the Kingdom of God in Romans 14:17,” by John J. Hughes

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About the Editors

John M. Frame (DD, Belhaven College) is J.D. Trimble Chair of Systematic Theology and Philosophy at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida. He has published many books, including The Doctrine of God and Systematic Theology.

Wayne Grudem (PhD, University of Cambridge; DD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is research professor of theology and biblical studies at Phoenix Seminary, having previously taught for 20 years at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is a former president of the Evangelical Theological Society, a member of the Translation Oversight Committee for the English Standard Version of the Bible, the general editor of the ESV Study Bible, and has published over 20 books.

John J. Hughes (ThM, Westminster Theological Seminary) is director of academic development for P&R Publishing. He previously taught religious studies at Westmont College.

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