This is volume in the series, Classic Reformed Theology. This is Caspar Olevianus’ 1567 explanation of the Apostles’ Creed. This is the first -ever modern, English translation. Robert Letham says about this volume, “Caspar Olevianus is a significant theologian and his exposition . . . Continue reading →
Talking with Bill and Todd is an excellent adventure. Dude! This episode was no exception. Click on the image to order the book. Remember, it helps the HB when you go to The Bookstore at WSC via the HB. It’s $26.25 (hard . . . Continue reading →
Wes White has been reading and profiting from Caspar Olevianus’ Exposition of the Apostles’ Creed.
Since, then, in the Articles of the Faith, which contain a summary of the gospel, Christ the King Himself offers to us that kingdom of His; and since He effectually confederates us to Himself through faith by the power of His Spirit . . . Continue reading →
William Ames, A Sketch of the Christian’s Catechism. Classic Reformed Theology. Todd Rester, trans. (Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2008). Ames (1576–1633) exposits a particular text of Scripture that supports the main thoughts for a given Lord’s Day in the Heidelberg Catechism . . . Continue reading →