Reformed Baptist Theological Review (RBTR [www.rbtr.org])
The purpose of the RBTR is to be an instrument for the theological advance of Reformed Baptist pastors, but also for the benefit of believers with differing theological commitments. RBTR seeks to present material in a scholarly, yet pastoral manner.
The goal is to present Reformed Baptist doctrine in all the branches of theology, with its practical outworking and application. With Scripture as the ultimate standard, therefore, RBTR functions within the theological framework of the 2nd LCF (1689 Baptist Confession of Faith).
RBTR has been publishing a theological journal since 2004. We are close to sending RBTR VI:2 to the printer. The articles and book reviews include the following:
1. Judgment Begins at the House of God: A Theology of Malachi, Robert Gonzales Jr.
2. The Relationship between the Decalogue, the Beatitudes, and the Fruit of the Spirit as Ethical Standards of Righteousness, John D. Reuther
3. Analysis of Geerhardus Vos’ Nature and Method of Biblical Theology, Richard C. Barcellos
4. Philosophy, Reason, and Righteousness in the Thought of Martin Luther, James E. Dolezal
5. A Critical Review of Tim Keller’s The Reason for God, Samuel E. Waldron
From Eden to the New Jerusalem: An Introduction to Biblical Theology, T. Desmond Alexander, reviewed by Richard C. Barcellos
John Calvin, Sermons on Genesis: Chapters 1-11: 49 Sermons Delivered in Geneva between 4 September 1559 and 23 January 1560, reviewed by David G. Graves
Justification: Understanding the Classic Reformed Doctrine, J. V. Fesko, reviewed by James P. Butler
RBTR VII:1 is being edited and should be out early in 2011.. Some of the articles and book reviews for that issue include:
1. EPHESIANS 1:8-10 IN LIGHT OF ITS IMMEDIATE CONTEXTUAL MEANING AND REDEMPTIVE-HISTORICAL/CANONICAL CONTEXT SUPPORTING THE THESIS THAT GOD IS FETCHING GLORY FOR HIMSELF THROUGH THE WORK OF THE REDEEMER AND RECONCILER OF ALL THINGS, Richard C. Barcellos
2. ADAM’S QUEST FOR A BETTER LIFE: A Study in Calvin’s Doctrine of Pre-Redemptive Eschatology, James E. Dolezal*
3. JONATHAN EDWARDS ON THE HOLY SPIRIT, W. Gary Crampton
Christless Christianity: The Alternative Gospel of the American Church and The Gospel-Driven Life: Being Good News People in a Bad News World, Michael Horton, reviewed by John Divito
Heaven and Earth in the Gospel of Matthew, Jonathan T. Pennignton, reviewed by Samuel C. Emadi
Imputation and Impartation: Union with Christ in American Reformed Theology, William B. Evans, reviewed by Matthew Barrett
That Scripture Might Be Fulfilled: Typology and the Death of Christ, Paul M. Hoskins, reviewed by Richard C. Barcellos
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