The Christian Focus Reformed Heritage Collection is full of the edifying, challenging, and rigorous discussions that you would expect to find in such a collection. This selection of books contains such varied themes within Reformed tradition as a comprehensive look at Calvin’s views on the Sabbath, the atonement, biblical languages and his teaching on the book of Job. This collection also includes an analysis of Jonathan Edwards’ theology of Hell in response to a growing interest in annihilationism, collected writings of theologian Roger Nicole, and over 50 profiles of important figures in the Puritan movement. This hand-picked compilation of literature has something for everyone—from those who are looking for an introduction and rudimentary understanding of Reformed theology to those that might be looking to augment an already encyclopedic awareness of Reformed thought.
In a 2006 cover story for Christianity Today, Collin Hansen wrote, “Calvinism is making a comeback—and it is shaking up the church.” The September, 2009 issue of Christianity Today features a likeness of Calvin and a cover story entitled "John Calvin: The Comeback Kid." This resurgence in Reformed theology is an exciting time for the Church. No matter what your theology, it is hard to negate the importance of deep thinking and sound doctrine to the body of Christ. The revival of Calvinism is a recovery of the kind of thinking that the Church has been, and should be, known for.
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