Reformed Baptist Theological Review III:2 (July 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.

156 pages
Published 2006

Articles

  1. The Just Shall Live by Faith: Habakkuk 2:4 in Romans 1:16-17 ~ Robert P. Martin
  2. The Old Testament Theology of the Sabbath: Creation, Old Covenant and Old Testament Prophecy ~ Richard C. Barcellos
  3. “Bound to Keep the First Day”: Covenant Theology, the Moral Law, and the Sabbath among the First English Particular Baptists ~ James M. Renihan
  4. Bernard Foskett (1685-1758): An Eighteenth-Century Valiant for Truth ~ Robert W. Oliver
  5. A ‘Novel’ Approach to Credobaptist and Paedobaptist Polemics ~ Jeffrey A. Massey
  6. An Overview and Critique of the New Perspective on Paul’s Doctrine of Justification: Part Two–the New Perspective Critiqued (1) ~ Jeffery Smith

Book Reviews

  • Emerging Churches: Creating Christian Community in Postmodern Cultures, Eddie Gibbs and Ryan K. Bolger and Truth and the New Kind of Christian: The Emerging Effects of Postmodernism in the Church, R. Scott Smith, reviewed by John Divito
  • History of the English Calvinistic Baptists 1771-1892: From John Gill to Charles Spurgeon, Robert W. Oliver and Strict and Particular: English Strict and Particular Baptists in the Nineteenth Century, Kenneth Dix, reviewed by James M. Renihan
  • Is the Reformation Over? Mark A. Noll and Carolyn Nystrom, reviewed by James R. White
  • The Dominance of Evangelicalism: The Age of Spurgeon and Moody, David Bebbington, reviewed by Austin R. Walker
  • The Glory of the Atonement: Biblical, Theological and Practical Perspectives (Essays in Honour of Roger Nicole), ed. Charles E. Hill & Frank A. James III, reviewed by Jeremy R. Walker
  • The Redemption and Restoration of Man in the Thought of Richard Baxter, J. I. Packer, reviewed by James M. Renihan