This collection provides a wide array of insights on the history and theology of the Reformed faith. The Reformed Historical Theological Studies Series (6 vols.) covers important events such as the Marrow Controversy, discussing its historical and theological context, and outlining its connection to the Seceder tradition. It also sheds fresh light on important figures within the Reformed faith such as Caspar Olevianus, analyzing his doctrine of the covenant in the context of his theology as a whole. Paul Schaefer also gives a portrait of the “spiritual brotherhood” of Cambridge Reformed pastor-theologians William Perkins, Paul Baynes, Richard Sibbes, John Cotton, John Preston, and Thomas Shepard. This series also serves to highlight lesser known individuals, such as seventeenth-century English theologian and minister Elnathan Parr, who is presented as a demonstration of the practical significance of teaching predestination. You will also find a comprehensive picture of Reformed Scholasticism and Orthodoxy with Willem Van Asselt’s concise guide, and a thorough survey of covenant theology in Andrew Woolsey’s Unity and Continuity in Covenantal Thought, useful for grounding your study of Reformed history, theology, and tradition.
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