We have compiled a list of suggested reading to help those coming to the 2018 Theology Conference. We realize people like have neither the time nor financial budget to work through each of these titles in advance of the conference. Nonetheless, even a first-level reading of a few of these resources will help attendees make the most out of the conference. One of the things we love most about our events is the personal interaction. Working through the issues together is what makes the Reformed Forum community so special. Study and contemplate the deep mysteries of the God-man relationship and the future consummation. In October, let’s take the discussion to the next level.
- Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica
- Karl Barth, Church Dogmatics
- CD I/2, section 14.
- CD II/1, section 31.3
- CD I/1, section 6
- CD III/1, section 41.2
- CD III/1, section 45.1
- Karl Barth, The Epistle to the Romans, Preface to the Second Edition
- Geerhardus Vos, Reformed Dogmatics, Volume 1: Theology Proper
General Reading on the Beatific Vision
- Hans Boersma, Seeing God: The Beatific Vision in Christian Tradition
- Daria Spezzano, The Glory of God’s Grace: Deification According to St. Thomas Aquinas
- Dominic Legge, The Trinitarian Christology of St. Thomas Aquinas
- Lawrence Feingold, The Natural Desire to See God According to St. Thomas and His Interpreters
- Levering and Dauphinais, eds., Rediscovering Aquinas and the Sacraments
- Keith L. Johnson, Karl Barth and the Analogia Entis
- McCormack and White, eds., Thomas Aquinas and Karl Barth: An Unofficial Catholic-Protestant Dialogue
- James J. Cassidy, God’s Time For Us: Barth on the Reconciliation of Eternity and Time in Jesus Christ
Catholicism and Protestantism
- Cornelius Van Til, The Confession of 1967
- Cornelius Van Til, The New Synthesis Theology of the Netherlands
- Cornelius Van Til, The Great Debate Today
- John W. O’Malley, What Happened at Vatican II?
- William M. Shea, The Lion and the Lamb: Evangelicals and Catholics in America
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