Wipf & Stock Studies in Reformed Theology (7 vols.)
by 9 authors Charles Hodge, John Williamson Nevin, Shin, Hyoung Seop, Brian, Rustin E., Kyle, Richard G., Johnson, Dale W., Karlberg, Mark W., Walsh, Albert J. D., Hagan, Anette I.
Wipf & Stock 2009–2013
The Wipf & Stock Studies in Reformed Theology explores the most poignant issues and figures from the Reformed tradition. Bringing together several fresh studies in Reformed thought, this collection reviews past thinkers, and looks forward to the blessings and challenges ahead for an increasingly international church. Also present is the latest and best scholarship on controversial issues like election and the Eucharist. As a new century dawns, the Gospel stays the same. This collection provides the most recent word in discussions where the Gospel meets fallen human culture.
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- Surveys the most salient issues in Reformed theology
- Studies key figures of the Reformed tradition
- Gathers today’s freshest Reformed voices
- Covering Up Luther: How Barth’s Christology Challenged the Deus Absconditus that Haunts Modernity by Rustin E. Brian
- Building a Eucharistic Pedagogy for the Presbyterian Church of Korea by Hyoung Seop Shin
- Coena Mystica: Debating Reformed Eucharistic Theology by John Williamson Nevin and Charles Hodge
- Eternal Blessedness for All?: A Historical-Systematic Examination of Schleiermacher’s Understanding of Predestination by Anette I. Hagan
- Engaging Westminster Calvinism: The Composition of Redemption’s Song by Mark W. Karlberg
- A Pastoral Proposal for an Evangelical Theology of Freedom: A Respectful Response to the Expressed Hope of Dr. Karl Barth by Albert J. D. Walsh
- John Knox: An Introduction to His Life and Works by Richard G. Kyle and Dale W. Johnson
- Title: Wipf & Stock Studies in Reformed Theology
- Publisher: Wipf & Stock
- Volumes: 7
- Pages: 1,508