JIRBS 2020

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(JIRBS 2020)

A Theological Journal Committed to Confessional Reformed Baptist Theology

“JIRBS is an academic series helping to clarify Confessional Baptist theology. It demonstrates biblical integrity and application in various contexts. It aides the reader to think carefully about the treasures of God’s Word in a day of theological fogginess. Contributions by various scholars and churchmen assists to show how Confessional Baptists emerged from the stream of reformed orthodoxy. Weighty subjects exposed to academic scrutiny lead the reader to examine the practical application of the Scriptures in personal and corporate life. The book reviews provided are useful summaries of theological works and whet the appetite to further explore diverse authors. These journals furnish treatments of topics much needed today among British Christians in general and Confessional Baptists in particular. The solid research found in this series is evidence of a healthy approach to biblical teaching as summarised in the Second London Baptist Confession.” – Broken Wharfe

 

The Journal of the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies (JIRBS) is published to explain and support the theology of Holy Scripture as it is summarised in the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. The journal will be published annually.

 

JIRBS 2020

Articles

J. GRESHAM MACHEN WAS RIGHT: Lessons for Southern Baptists – Terry A. Chrisope

THE DOCTRINE OF DIVINE SIMPLICITY IN CONFESSIONAL LUTHERAN DOGMATICS – John C. Biegel

PROMISE, LAW, FAITH COVENANT-HISTORICAL REASONING IN GALATIANS: A Review Article – Brandon Adams

Book Reviews

CANON, COVENANT AND CHRISTOLOGY: Rethinking Jesus and the Scriptures of Israel by Matthew Barrett – Reviewed by Craig A. Carter

THE FULFILMENT OF THE PROMISES OF GOD: A Explanation of Covenant Theology by Richard P. Belcher Jr. – Reviewed by Samuel Renihan

POLITICS AFTER CHRISTENDOM: Political Theology in a Fractured World by David Van Drunen – Reviewed by Micah Renihan

 

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Additional information

Weight .211 kg
Dimensions 15.24 × 22.86 × .762 cm
Publisher

Reformed Baptist Academic Press

Binding

Perfect Bound

Cover

Paperback

ISBN

9780996519878

Language

English

Condition

New