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In an age of theological innovation and doctrinal discount, the heritage of evangelical Reformed theology is in increasing danger of betrayal. Old established understandings of "the faith once delivered to the saints" are under attack, disturbing the peace of the church, tarnishing its witness, and challenging its purity. Against the pressures of newer fashions in thought, Douglas Vickers here returns to the seventeenth-century confessions of faith and illustrates from successive chapters common to three of those confessions the ways in which, and the reasons why, traditional beliefs and doctrinal constructions are to be preserved.
|The Issue Stated||p. 1|
|The Gospel of Grace||p. 8|
|Eternity, Temporality, and Redemption||p. 21|
|The Grace of Faith||p. 45|
|When God Converts a Sinner||p. 71|
|The Light of His Countenance||p. 93|
|Adoption and Union with Christ||p. 114|
|The Scope of Salvation||p. 145|
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Number Of Pages: 163
Published: 8th January 2008
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Dimensions (cm): 22.4 x 15.0 x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.25