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


  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