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The P&R Theological Studies Collection combines systematic, biblical, and thematic studies. These volumes address topics including salvation, the doctrine and works of God, and the book of Revelation. This collection is helpful pastors, professors, and students exploring the major themes of the Old and New Testaments and the importance of Reformed theology in the church today.

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Key Features

  • Addresses the disciplines of hermeneutics, exegesis, and historical theology
  • Focuses on the primary theological message of Revelation
  • Explores the themes of the Old and New Testaments

Product Details

  • Title: P&R Theological Studies Collection (6 vols.)
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Volumes: 7
  • Pages: 3,136
  • Christian Group: Reformed
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Prophet, Priest, and King: The Roles of Christ in the Bible and Our Roles Today

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Although early church fathers recognized the different roles of Christ, John Calvin was the first to call attention to his distinct offices of prophet, priest, and king. Starting in Genesis, these offices recur time and again throughout the Bible. Viewed alongside Christ’s humiliation and exultation, they give us a fully rounded understanding of his work, as well as insight into the ongoing work of the church. In this biblical theology, Richard Belcher explores and defines the basic functions of prophets, priests, and kings through an analysis of key Old Testament texts before discussing the fulfillment of these offices in Christ and the transformation of these offices for the church, its leaders, and individual believers. Includes study questions.

Belcher’s impressive treatment of these offices in their biblical- theological setting is essential reading in understanding their comprehensive nature. This book deftly combines biblical and pastoral insight that is most welcome in furthering our understanding of Scripture and the person and work of Christ.

—Derek W. H. Thomas, Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia

Richard P. Belcher Jr. is Professor of Old Testament and Academic Dean at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He is author of The Messiah and the Psalms and commentaries on Genesis and Ecclesiastes and has a decade of pastoral experience.

Salvation by Grace: The Case for Effectual Calling and Regeneration

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In Salvation by Grace, Matthew Barrett comprehensively defends the doctrine of monergism (the teaching that regeneration is exclusively the work of God) primarily by looking at Scripture but also by examining Reformed theologians and confessions. Barrett also provides a helpful evaluation of both the Arminian position and contemporary attempts to chart a middle course between Calvinistic and Arminian systems.

Matthew Barrett’s work on regeneration represents scholarship at its best. His book is exegetically convincing and theologically profound, with significant pastoral consequences.

—Thomas R. Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky

Matthew Barrett (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is associate professor of Christian theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, as well as the founder and executive editor of Credo Magazine. He is the author of several books, including God’s Word Alone: The Authority of Scripture, Reformation Theology: A Systematic Summary, and Owen on the Christian Life.

The God We Worship: Adoring the One Who Pursues, Redeems, and Changes His People

  • Editor: Jonathan L. Master
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Pages: 184

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This is not a book about you.

It’s not about any person who’s going to pick it up.

No, these addresses fix on a much more glorious, worthy, and fascinating topic: the God, the Creator, the Redeemer as revealed in the Bible. The study of God is like a brilliant diamond—we should keep holding it up to the light to see new details of its beauty.

Before the awe of such a God, what room is there to focus on man? Our only place is to respond to him—and even our response does not depend on us! We must not only worship him, but also—if our worship is to be meaningful and not cheapened—learn how he is to be worshiped.

The Princeton Regional Conference on Reformed Theology presents the following pastor-scholars, who delve into the glory of God and into his grace in making sinners into worshipers:

  • Bryan Chapell
  • Charles D. Drew
  • Richard D. Phillips
  • Joseph “Skip” Ryan
  • Philip Graham Ryken
  • Michael S. Horton
  • Richard D. Phillips
  • Michael A. G. Haykin
  • R. Albert Mohler
  • D. A. Carson

Jonathan L. Master is dean of the school of divinity and professor of theology at Cairn University. He also directs Cairn's undergraduate honors program. In addition, he is executive editor of the online magazine Place for Truth and is host of the podcast Theology on the Go.

The Whole Counsel of God, Volume 1: God’s Mighty Acts in the Old Testament

  • Author: Richard C. Gamble
  • Series: The Whole Counsel of God
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 752

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This volume recounts God’s mighty acts in the Old Testament. It discloses the theology of the Old Testament within the organic, progressive, historical development of the Bible. Gamble blends a survey of the entire Old Testament with discussions of topics as diverse as the canon, days of creation, faith and reason, covenants, the Ten Commandments, Old Testament ecclesiology, the nature of God, justification, and Old Testament apologetics.

A very comprehensive theological project, embracing the disciplines of biblical theology, historical theology, and systematic theology. Nothing comparable in scope has been done in the last hundred years within the circles of Reformed orthodoxy. I’m convinced that Rick Gamble is the man to do this job. With a doctorate from the University of Basel and an international reputation as a Calvin scholar, Rick has a formidable grasp of theological issues. His theological convictions are thoroughly biblical and Reformed. He’s also a humble man of God who can write winsomely to the hearts of many sorts of readers. I hope this work has wide distribution and great influence in this time of theological confusion.

—John M. Frame

Richard C. Gamble (PhD, Universitat Basel) is professor of systematic theology at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh. He previously taught at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando; Calvin College and Seminary; and Westminster Theological Seminary.

The Whole Counsel of God, Volume 2: The Full Revelation of God

  • Author: Richard C. Gamble
  • Series: The Whole Counsel of God
  • Publisher: P&R
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Pages: 1,144

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Following the first volume—God’s Mighty Acts in the Old Testament—The Full Revelation of God examines the nature of New Testament Scripture, introducing New Testament authors and their writings. Gamble covers the doctrine of God, soteriology, ecclesiology, and anthropology and concludes by presenting a biblical philosophy of life and a defense of Christianity.

In a field dominated by higher-critical methodologies, Gamble’s work is a breath of fresh air; his approach is biblically faithful and engaging.

—John MacArthur, President, The Master’s University and Seminary

Richard C. Gamble (PhD, Universitat Basel) is professor of systematic theology at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh. He previously taught at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando; Calvin College and Seminary; and Westminster Theological Seminary.

Triumph of the Lamb: A Commentary on Revelation

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The book of Revelation is an unveiling, a vivid disclosure of invisible realities. Yet its bizarre imagery often leaves us puzzled.

Dennis E. Johnson deftly guides us through questions about how to interpret Revelation, what it meant to its original audience, and how it equips us today. He explains that Revelation fortifies the church against the Enemy’s wiles by disclosing the profound paradoxes of Christ’s victory and glory. The central themes of Revelation converge with Christ’s triumph over the Enemy.

The strength of this work is the way it takes some of the best material on the interpretation of apocalyptic generally, and Revelation in particular, and presents it in a palatable, readable form. Johnson knows how to write, and his text is infused with a rare sanity—rare, that is, amongst those who write at a reasonably popular level on the book of Revelation.

—D. A. Carson

Dennis E. Johnson (ThM, Westminster Theological Seminary; PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) taught New Testament and practical theology at Westminster Seminary California for more than thirty-five years. He is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America, the author of Him We Proclaim and of commentaries on Acts, Philippians, Hebrews, and Revelation, and a contributor to several study Bibles and other books. He and his wife, Jane, live in Dayton, Tennessee.

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