Reformed Baptist Theological Review update

by | Apr 20, 2011 | Books, Current Events

Coming soon:  RBTR VII:1, Spring 2010 


“EPHESIANS 1:8-10 IN LIGHT OF ITS IMMEDIATE CONTEXTUAL MEANING AND REDEMPTIVE-HISTORICAL/CANONICAL CONTEXT: God Getting Glory for Himself through the Work of the Redeemer and Reconciler of All Things,” Richard C. Barcellos, 7-35.

“ADAM’S QUEST FOR A BETTER LIFE: A Study in Calvin’s Doctrine of Pre-Redemptive Eschatology,” James E. Dolezal, 37-50.

“THE SUM OF ALL BLESSINGS: Jonathan Edwards on the Holy Spirit,” W. Gary Crampton, Th.D., 51-77.

“THE CHRISTIAN AND THE SABBATH, TOM WELLS: A Review Article (Part I),” Richard C. Barcellos, 79-91.


Christless Christianity: The Alternative Gospel of the American Church, Michael Horton (Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 2008), and The Gospel-Driven Life: Being Good News People in a Bad News World, Michael Horton (Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 2009), reviewed by John Divito, 93-97.

Heaven and Earth in the Gospel of Matthew, Jonathan T. Pennignton (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2009), 399pp, reviewed by Samuel C. Emadi, 97-101.

Imputation and Impartation: Union with Christ in American Reformed Theology, William B. Evans (Wipf & Stock, 2009, 296 pp.), reviewed by Matthew Barrett, 102-106.

That Scripture Might Be Fulfilled: Typology and the Death of Christ, Paul M. Hoskins (Xulon Press: 2009, 200pp.), reviewed by Richard C. Barcellos, 106-108.

The Ten Commandments: Ethics for the Twenty-First Century Mark F. Rooker (Nashville: B&H Publishing Group, 2010, 234pp.), reviewed by Richard C. Barcellos, 108-114.

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