Reformed Scholasticism

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Retaining the Law Gospel Distinction

A defense of the Reformed use of the Law-Gospel distinction in Protestant Orthodox thought.

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Evangelical Holiness

Guests, Kelly Kapic   |   February 24, 2010   |  Type: Lecture Series

It is promising to organize Owen's main theological concerns around the idea of "evangelical holiness," a concept that is found throughout his work.

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An Exposition on the Apostles’ Creed

Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   January 26, 2010   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

R. Scott Clark discusses the series Classic Reformed Theology and particularly volume 2 of the series, An Exposition of the Apostles' Creed by Caspar Olevianus

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Did Calvin’s Successors Distort his Doctrine of Predestination?

Resident Faculty, Joel E. Kim   |   July 1, 2006   |  Type: Articles

The assumption that Reformed theologians made predestination central resulted from a misunderstanding of scholastic method.

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Covenant Theology: An Historiographical Briefing

Guests, J. Ligon Duncan   |   March 18, 2004   |  Type: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

An introduction to the trends and main contributions in the historiography of covenant theology from the middle of the nineteenth century.

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The Assembly at the Abbey

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   September 1, 1993   |  Type: Articles

The best way to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Westminster Assembly is to read and ponder its work that carry with them rich insight into the Word of God.

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