Reformed Baptist Theological Review III:1 (January 2006)

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.

198 pages
Published 2006


  1. Benjamin Keach and the ‘Baxterian’ Controversy of the 1690s ~ Austin R. Walker
  2. Confessing the Faith in 1644 and 1689 ~ James M. Renihan
  3. The Subjects of Baptism in the Confession (Part III) ~ Robert P. Martin
  4. An Overview and Critique of the New Perspective (Part I) ~ Jeffery Smith
  5. Sola Scriptura: Reflections on Current Roman Catholic Apologetic Approaches ~ David T. King
  6. Myth, Allegory, and Parable: The Presuppositions of John Dominic Crossan  ~ James R. White

Book Reviews

  • A Better Way: Jesus and Old Testament Fulfilment, Simon Austen, reviewed by Richard C. Barcellos
  • A Pastor in New York: The Life and Times of Spencer Houghton Cone, John Thornbury, reviewed by James M. Renihan
  • Islam: What Every Christian Should Know, Bassam M. Chedid, reviewed by James R. White
  • Lost in the Middle: Mid-Life and the Grace of God, Paul David Tripp, reviewed by Samuel E. Waldron
  • Manly Dominion: In a Passive-Purple-Four-Ball World, Mark Chanski, reviewed by John Divito
  • The Baptists: Key People Involved in Forming a Baptist Identity. Volume One: Beginnings in Britain, Tom Nettles, reviewed by James M. Renihan
  • The Holy Trinity, Robert Letham, reviewed by Samuel E. Waldron
  • The Precisianist Strain: Disciplinary Religion & Antinomian Backlash in Puritanism to 1638, Theodore Dwight Bozeman, reviewed by James M. Renihan
  • To Be Continued: Are the Miraculous Gifts for Today?, Samuel E. Waldron, reviewed by David Charles