Combining academic and popular articles that minister to the church, the Puritan Reformed Journal, presents biblically grounded and historically informed articles that serve the entire person—drawing readers into closer relationship to God, and building them up through teaching and discipleship. Published biannually and edited by distinguished scholar Joel R. Beeke, the journal helps bridge the gap between the academy and the church, furthering theological scholarship and enriching the lives of individual Christians. These first five volumes include contributions from scholars such as Gerald Bilkes, Michael A.G. Haykin, Derek Thomas, and J.V. Fesko.
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