It's About to Become A Lot Easier

to Recover the Reformed Confession. Reformation Heritage Books (the publisher of the Classic Reformed Theology series) is publishing, at the end of October, the first volume in in a multi-volume collection of the Reformed Confessions of the 16th and 17th Centuries. Some of these documents have not been available in English before and never has there been a comprehensive English-language collection of the Reformed confessions. It’s interesting that, at the same time some ostensibly conservative Reformed writers are calling into question the utility of “350-year old confessions” that this collection appears. Just in time. As they appear, readers will be able to choose for themselves with whom they should read and apply the Scriptures,: the Reformed Churches of the classical period of those who call into question the nature of Reformed theology, piety, and practice.

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