Retrieving Doctrine Explorations in Reformed Theology PB
If we are to do contemporary theology well, we need to listen carefully to past masters. In this book, Oliver Crisp brings a number of key Reformed theologians into dialogue with contemporary philosophical and doctrinal concerns in a bid to further this strategy of 'theological retrieval'. The topics chosen for this book reflect some of the central concerns of Reformed theology: creation and providence; sin and salvation; and, the Christian life. This title includes: Part I - Creation and Providence - John Calvin on Creation and Providence and Karl Barth on Creation; Part II - Sin and Salvation- Jonathan Edwards on the imputation of sin, Francis Turretin on the Necessity of the Incarnation, John McLeod Campbell and non-penal substitution, and On Karl Barth's denial of universalism; and, Part III - The Christian Life - John Williamson Nevin on the Church, John Calvin on Impetration and Jonathan Edwards on the Qualifications for Communion.