It’s tomorrow. Here’s the announcement.
The editorial board is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication the first volume of a new series of primary texts in Reformed theology, Classic Reformed Theology. Volume 1 is a translation of William Ames, A Sketch of the Christian’s Catechism. This volume . . . Continue reading →
Todd Rester has posted the new flyer. Volume 1, William Ames, Sketch of the Christian’s Catechism, should be out in December. These will be handsome, hard-bound volumes. You can order now from RHB for only $30.00
There is a popular view of church history that tells a story in which there was a pure, believing church during the apostolic age and then, for all intents and purposes, there was not a church (except for the Waldensians who alone . . . Continue reading →
It’s volume 1 in the Classic Reformed Theology series. Thanks to Todd, Jay, Joel, and to the editorial committee for their work toward getting this series off the ground. Stay tuned for more details about the next two volumes, which are already . . . Continue reading →
If you love Reformed theology (whether from Europe or from the UK) you will love this book. William Ames was probably the greatest student of William Perkins. If you identify with the Heidelberg Catechism, if you are looking for resources for understanding . . . Continue reading →
It’s volume 1 in the Classic Reformed Theology series and it’s $27.78 + shipping (hardcover, 288 pages). There are not many primary sources by William Ames available in English. That alone makes this volume important and interesting to everyone interested in Puritan . . . Continue reading →
Thanks to Wes White for keeping us abreast of the Classic Reformed Theology available via Google Books. If the name Bernard DeMoor or the Leiden Synopsismeans anything to you then you’ll understand. Wes Bredenhof: Ways to Help Your Children Leave the Church. . . . Continue reading →
William Ames’ catechetical sermons guided by the Heidelberg Catechism is in print and in English. Todd Peddlar is reading them profitably. This volume is the first in the series Classic Reformed Theology.
Richard Muller’s Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics is one of the most important series ever published on the history and nature of Reformed orthodoxy in the classical period. This series is a “must have” and a “must read.” It’s on sale now at Monergism.com.
On worship. You can get your own copy of the first volume of the CRT series by clicking on the image to the left.
Here. You can get your copy via the Bookstore at WSC.
At GB. You can order your copy of William Ames on the Heidelberg Catechism at The Bookstore at WSC.
Thanks to C or C for posting this. We need more Beza in our lives.
Audio from Wes White.
Caspar Olevianus (1536-87) was a significant figure in the Reformation of Heidelberg in the 1560s and 1570s and one of the pioneers of Reformed covenant or federal theology. As a teacher he influenced several other significant pastors and teachers in the period . . . Continue reading →
Katie Wagenmaker fills in as host of Office Hours this week and she interviews yours truly about the series Classic Reformed Theology and particularly volume 2 of the series, Caspar Olevianus, An Exposition of the Apostles’ Creed. This volume is available from . . . Continue reading →
Recently I had the privilege of sitting down for an interview with the fellows at Christ the Center about the latest volume in the Classic Reformed Theology series: Caspar Olevianus, An Exposition of the Apostles’ Creed (1576). Here’s the interview:
At In Principio Deus (in the beginning God). You can get your copy from The Bookstore at WSC ($25 + $5.00 shipping for a hard bound volume).
This week Office Hours talks with the Rev Dr John Fesko, Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Seminary California. The topic this week is Dr Fesko’s landmark book, Justification: Understanding the Classic Reformed Doctrine. Here is the episode. Listen to Office Hours . . . Continue reading →