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A Few New Books

You may be interested in a few new books that have hit the shelf. John Calvin: A Heart for Devotion, Doctrine & Doxology edited by

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The Forums are Active

We’ve installed new forum software over at forums.reformedforum.org in order to allow for discussions regarding Christ the Center and reformed theology in general. Register now

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The Prodigal God

Tim Keller’s new book The Prodigal God. Keller uses the parable of the prodigal son as a backdrop for explaining the gospel message. The first

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The New Media Frontier

As one in the throws of the new media revolution, I was naturally drawn to The New Media Frontier: Blogging, Vlogging, and Podcasting for Christ

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12 Bar Theology

A new book by Steve Nichols has just been released called Getting the Blues: What Blues Music Teaches Us about Suffering and Salvation. As an

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New Books of Interest

John Mark Reynolds and Roger Overton, eds. The New Media Frontier: Blogging, Vlogging, and Podcasting for Christ John Carrick The Preaching of Jonathan Edwards and

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The Certainty of the Faith

Presbyterian & Reformed Publishers has just released The Certainty of the Faith by Richard Ramsay. Ramsay is a presuppositionalist, but proposes what he calls an

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Inhabiting Reality: Thomas F. Torrance’s Criticisms of Dualism

The following is a paper I wrote some years ago for an independent reading course as part of my PhD program at Westminster Theological Seminary. It is an evaluation of one aspect of the theology of Thomas F. Torrance. I claim no expertise in Torrancean theology. But I offer this as an exercise in theological analysis.

This paper is about one particular aspect of the thought of theologian Thomas F. Torrance.[1] Torrance, is, of course, known for two major contributions he has made to theology. Torrance has made a tremendous contribution to an understanding of the interrelations of science and theology and, especially since his “retirement” from active teaching, for his production of erudite works on Trinitarian theology. Regarding Torrance’s work on the relationship of theology to the natural sciences, Elmer Colyer tells us,

Thomas F. Torrance is considered by many to be the most outstanding, living Reformed theologian in the Anglo-Saxon world. One of the leading theologians in the dialogue between theology and philosophy of science, he was awarded the Templeton Foundation Prize for Progress in Religion in 1978.

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A Few New Books

You may be interested in a few new books that have hit the shelf. John Calvin: A Heart for Devotion, Doctrine & Doxology edited by

Read More »

The Forums are Active

We’ve installed new forum software over at forums.reformedforum.org in order to allow for discussions regarding Christ the Center and reformed theology in general. Register now

Read More »

The Prodigal God

Tim Keller’s new book The Prodigal God. Keller uses the parable of the prodigal son as a backdrop for explaining the gospel message. The first

Read More »

The New Media Frontier

As one in the throws of the new media revolution, I was naturally drawn to The New Media Frontier: Blogging, Vlogging, and Podcasting for Christ

Read More »

12 Bar Theology

A new book by Steve Nichols has just been released called Getting the Blues: What Blues Music Teaches Us about Suffering and Salvation. As an

Read More »

New Books of Interest

John Mark Reynolds and Roger Overton, eds. The New Media Frontier: Blogging, Vlogging, and Podcasting for Christ John Carrick The Preaching of Jonathan Edwards and

Read More »

The Certainty of the Faith

Presbyterian & Reformed Publishers has just released The Certainty of the Faith by Richard Ramsay. Ramsay is a presuppositionalist, but proposes what he calls an

Read More »

Inhabiting Reality: Thomas F. Torrance’s Criticisms of Dualism

The following is a paper I wrote some years ago for an independent reading course as part of my PhD program at Westminster Theological Seminary. It is an evaluation of one aspect of the theology of Thomas F. Torrance. I claim no expertise in Torrancean theology. But I offer this as an exercise in theological analysis.

This paper is about one particular aspect of the thought of theologian Thomas F. Torrance.[1] Torrance, is, of course, known for two major contributions he has made to theology. Torrance has made a tremendous contribution to an understanding of the interrelations of science and theology and, especially since his “retirement” from active teaching, for his production of erudite works on Trinitarian theology. Regarding Torrance’s work on the relationship of theology to the natural sciences, Elmer Colyer tells us,

Thomas F. Torrance is considered by many to be the most outstanding, living Reformed theologian in the Anglo-Saxon world. One of the leading theologians in the dialogue between theology and philosophy of science, he was awarded the Templeton Foundation Prize for Progress in Religion in 1978.

Read More »

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