Explorations in Reformed Theology
by Oliver D. Crisp
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If we are to do contemporary theology well, we need to listen carefully to past masters. In this book, Oliver Crisp brings a number of key Reformed theologians into dialogue with contemporary philosophical and doctrinal concerns in a bid to further this strategy of 'theological retrieval'. The topics chosen for this book reflect some of the central concerns of Reformed theology: creation and providence; sin and salvation; and, the Christian life. This title includes: Part I - Creation and Providence - John Calvin on Creation and Providence and Karl Barth on Creation; Part II - Sin and Salvation- Jonathan Edwards on the imputation of sin, Francis Turretin on the Necessity of the Incarnation, John McLeod Campbell and non-penal substitution, and On Karl Barth's denial of universalism; and, Part III - The Christian Life - John Williamson Nevin on the Church, John Calvin on Impetration and Jonathan Edwards on the Qualifications for Communion.
Retrieving Doctrine by Oliver D. Crisp was published by Paternoster Press in July 2010 and is our 15457th best seller. The ISBN for Retrieving Doctrine is 9781842276884.
|Page last updated||13th February 2013|
|Author / Artist||Oliver D. Crisp|
|Publisher||Paternoster Press (July 2010)|
|Number of Pages||224|