Reformed Baptist Theological Review I:1 (January 2004)

Reformed Baptist Theological Review

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Product Description

RBTR is a Reformed Baptist theological journal articulating the theology of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith (1677/89). It is aimed at pastors and theological students. Articles are devoted to exegetical, historical, theological, and practical issues. Each issue contains book reviews as well.

178 pages
Published 2004

Articles

  1. First Timothy 1:8-11 and the Utility of the Decalogue ~ Richard C. Barcellos
  2.  The Significance of Pentecost in Redemptive History ~ Robert P. Martin
  3.  Out from Hyper-Calvinism: Andrew Fuller and the Promotion of Missions ~ James M. Renihan
  4.  Thomas Collier’s Descent into Error: Collier, Calvinism, and the Second London Confession ~ James M. Renihan
  5.  The Meaning of Sola Fide for Luther ~ Samuel E. Waldron
  6.  Justification by Faith in Contemporary Theological Perspective: A Critique of “New Covenant Nomism” ~ Fred A. Malone
  7.  A Sermon Preached at the Ordination of an Elder and Deacons in a Baptized Congregation in London ~ Nehemiah Coxe

Book reviews

  • A Matter of Principles: Bill Gothard and the Christian Life, Don Veinot, Joy Veinot, and Ron Henzel, reviewed by Michael T. Renihan
  • Counted Righteous in Christ: Should We Abandon the Imputation of Christ’s Righteousness? John Piper, reviewed by Jeffrey Smith
  • New Covenant Theology: Description, Definition, Defense, Tom Wells and Fred Zaspel, reviewed by Richard C. Barcellos
  • The Word of God in English: Criteria for Excellence in Bible Translation, Leland Ryken, reviewed by Robert P. Martin