Reviews "Recovering"

Nathan writes: “In an arresting epithet, R. Scott Clark, wondering “whatever became of Reformed theology, piety, and practice,” refers to many contemporary Reformed churches and individuals as modern narcissists, so absorbed in themselves and their own importance that they have utterly lost sight of their heritage. As stinging an accusation as this is, one can’t help but suspect that he is essentially right. But if, in fact, he is right, two questions must immediately come to mind: “How did we get to this point?” and “Where can we go from here?” The remainder of Recovering the Reformed Confession addresses these two basic questions in order.” Read more»

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