Reformed Studies Bundle, ver. 2, L (46 vols.)
by 34 authors Dabney, Robert Lewis, Zanchius, Jerom, Toplady, Augustus M., Good, James I., Bavinck, Herman, McKay, David, Kuyper, Abraham, Peterson, Robert A., Currid, John D., Thomas, Derek, Doumergue, Émile, Lang, August, Warfield, Benjamin B., Gaffin, Richard B., Jr., West, Jim, Klooster, Fred, Presbyterian Committee of Publication, Beattie, Francis, Murray, John, Ursinus, Zacharias, Williard, G. W., Reymond, Robert L., Brown, John, Brownson, Marcus A., Morgan, Christopher W., Richards, Geo. W., Fisher, Edward, Lillback, Peter A., Barker, William S., Boettner, Loraine, Kistler, Don, Nicole, Roger, Pura, Murray Andrew, Pipa, Joseph A., Jr.
19 publishers Logos Bible Software, George Lindsay, Central Publishing House, Longman, Christian Focus, Fleming H. Revell, Quartz Hill, Presbyterian Committee of Publication, Westminster, Elm Street Printing Company, Daniel Miller, Cambridge University Press, Sunday-School Board of the Reformed Church in the United States, Heidelberg Press, Reformed Church Publication Board, The Board of Publication of the Reformed Church in America, Presbyterian Board of Publication, P&R, Reformation Trust 1811–2011
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Explore the Reformed views on divine sovereignty, absolute predestination, revelation, and more. In this base package supplement you’ll find several doctrinal treatises in addition to several historical volumes on the progress of the Reformed church throughout the last few centuries, plus a history of the English Puritans by John Brown.
- Examination of the influence since the Reformation of the dominant theological themes found in Calvin’s sermons
- Exegetical studies on Calvin’s views regarding Church and State
- Outline of the relevance of the Ten Commandments within the New Testament
- Exploration of the five points of Calvinism and the development of the five points within Presbyterian churches
- Analysis of Reformed heritage through church history
- Discussion of the possibilities for the future of Calvinism
- Historical guidebook from the Swiss Reformation to the early 20th century