In the West, the churches may be declining, but theology—professional, historic, orthodox, and evangelical—shows no sign of withering. The 22-volume Theological Studies Collection promises constructive theology from within an evangelical framework, intending to address the church’s greatest needs. This series of books contains quality writing published across the confessions—patristic, medieval, reformation, modern, and post-modern—and from authors who span the globe. The aim of this series is theological books written in the twofold conviction that the church needs theology and theology needs the church, which in reality means theology done for the glory of God.
The authors in the Theological Studies Collection address theological topics from distinct intellectual disciplines—historical, dogmatic, pastoral, apologetic, missional, aesthetic, and many others. Books in this collection cover a range of important historical figures, from Reinhold Niebuhr and Karl Barth to John Howard Yoder and Jurgen Moltmann. The authors address important theological topics, such as the worldview, deconstruction, orthodoxy, Reformed epistemology, and the doctrine of the atonement.