Dr. Randall J. Pederson offers a helpful method for resolving the perennial challenge of defining Puritanism. Pederson suggests that Wittgenstein’s concept of familienähnlichkeit (family resemblance) provides a perspective “that within seventeenth-century … Read more→
Camden Bucey, Jeff Waddington, and Jim Cassidy discuss John Murray’s article, “Who Raised Up Jesus?” from The Westminster Theological Journal 3.2 (May 1941): 113–123. An answer to Murray’s question requires a … Read more→
Camden Bucey reviews One with Christ: An Evangelical Theology of Salvation by Marcus Peter Johnson.
On this episode, Jim Cassidy reviews The Lord’s Supper as a Means of Grace: More than a Memory (Mentor, 2013) by Richard C. Barcellos. Barcellos seeks to demonstrate that the Lord’s … Read more→
Reformed Forum founders Camden Bucey, Jim Cassidy, and Jeff Waddington speak about the Old and New Calvinisms. As the speaker for the annual Gaffin lecture, John Piper recently spoke at … Read more→
Jim Cassidy reviews The Bonhoeffer Reader (Fortress Press) edited by Clifford Green and Michael DeJonge.
From the Publisher:
For the first time, a representative collection of all Bonhoeffer’s theological works is available in a single … Read more→
In this episode, Camden Bucey reviews The Gospel at Work: How Working for King Jesus Gives Purpose and Meaning to Our Jobs (Zondervan) by Sebastian Traeger and Greg Gilbert. Traeger and Gilbert note … Read more→
On this episode Camden Bucey reviews What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done (Zondervan) by Matt Perman. This is an excellent book about Christian productivity that … Read more→
Jim Cassidy reviews Christology, Ancient and Modern: Explorations in Constructive Dogmatics (Zondervan) edited by Oliver Crisp and Fred Sanders.
Jim Cassidy reviews Evangelical Theology: A Biblical and Systematic Introduction (Zondervan) by Michael F. Bird.