Archive for the ‘ecclesia reformanda’ Category
The articles include: ‘And Their Children After Them’: A Response to Reformed Baptist Readings of Jeremiah’s New Covenant Promises by Neil Jeffers; An Intertextual Analysis of Romans 2:1-16 by Paul White; What the Bible Says, God Says: B. B. Warfield’s Doctrine of Scripture by Marc Lloyd; and Trinitarian Telos: Tracing Some Theological Links from God’s Triunity to Christian Eschatology by David Batchelor.
There are also some book reviews, including one by me on Beale and Carson’s Commentary on the NT use of the OT.
At £15 for a year’s subscription it’s a bargain you can’t afford to miss out on! Would also make an ideal Christmas present for any Reformed pastors or theologians in your life.
Today’s most exciting news is the launch of this new journal of British Reformed theology.
Ecclesia Reformanda is an exciting new journal for pastors, theological students, and scholars, that seeks to serve the Church in its ongoing reformation according to God’s Word. The journal is distinctively Reformed, with a contemporary cutting edge. It presents some of the best in British Reformed thinking and writing to serve the Church, her teachers, and her Lord.
The journal covers all of the theological subdisciplines, and early issues will include articles on intertextuality in Romans 2, poetry in James, the place of children in the new covenant according to Jeremiah 32, Jim Jordan’s hermeneutics, Herman Bavinck’s theological method, and John Owen’s doctrine of justification. Future editions will contain articles on ethics, public theology, and pastoral counselling.
From the Editorial of the first edition:
Reformed theology should be reforming theology, for the Church – finite, sinful, not yet fully glorified – always stands in need of God’s reformation, by his Spirit, through his Word taught, trusted, and obeyed. And so, Ecclesia Reformanda exists to assist the Church in the ongoing task of listening to Scripture in all its depth and richness. It will seek to be truly theological, distinctively Reformed, and prayerfully reforming.
Read the rest on the website, along with abstracts of the first articles.
Mugshots of the Editorial Board are here, including yours truly as Book Review Editor.
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