Reformed Baptist Theological Review V:2 (Fall 2008)

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.

159 pages
Published 2008


  1. Christ, The True Vine–John 15:1-11 ~ Robert P. Martin
  2. An Exposition of Romans 1:1-7 with special emphasis on Paul’s Doxological Christology ~ Michael Emadi
  3. Man: God’s Visible Replica and Vice-Regent ~ Robert Gonzales, Jr.
  4. Seventeenth-Century Reformed Orthodoxy, The Theological Methodology of High Orthodoxy, John Owen, and Federal Theology ~ Richard C. Barcellos

Book Reviews

  • Catch the Vision: Roots of the Reformed Recovery–The Men and Movements in the Mid-20th Century, John J. Murray, reviewed by Jeremy R. Walker
  • Cornelius Van Til: Reformed Apologist and Churchman, John R. Muether, reviewed by Sam Waldron
  • Devoted to the Service of the Temple: Piety, Persecution, and Ministry in the Writings of Hercules Collins, edited by Michael A. G. Haykin and Steve Weaver, reviewed by Austin Walker
  • Nonconformity’s Romantic Generation: Evangelical and Liberal Theologies in Victorian England, Mark Hopkins, reviewed by Austin Walker
  • Paradox and Perseverance: Hanserd Knollys, Particular Baptist Pioneer in seventeenth-century England, Dennis C. Bustin, reviewed by Austin Walker