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Recovering the Reformed Confession?

Discussion in 'Semper Reformanda' started by Iosias, May 24, 2013.

  1. Iosias

    Iosias Senior Contributor

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    Prof. R. Scott Clark published Recovering the Reformed Confession a few years ago, it makes for an interesting read. John M. Frame posted a fascinating review also in which he concludes:

     
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  2. drjean

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    Unfortunately, the "concensus" of previously "reformed" believers has changed to where they are no longer "reformed".

    Whereas, semantically speaking reformed means "re-formed" is it not an ongoing endeavor. The essentials of the faith must remain.

    The church I recently joined, though claiming Presbyterianism, could not be convicted of such a statement. I find very little--except a few creeds--that even gives a shadow of what I know as Reformed Presbyterianism. I am about to ask if they wish to be Presbyterian again, and if not, I will gladly move on.
     
  3. Apologetic_Warrior

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    I am always interested in books endorsed by John M. Frame.
     
  4. Iosias

    Iosias Senior Contributor

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    That is to beg the question :p
     
  5. DocNH

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    John Frame is one of the finest theologians of our lifetimes. I was fortunate to have him as an instructor while in seminary. I just finished a review of his new Systematic Theology - God Glorifies His Lordship in Our Salvation (P&R may change the title still, we are not sure). We should be running the review in the next month or so. This is a must have systematic (and of course he has more coming ...).


     
  6. Osage Bluestem

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    I read salvation is of The Lord by John Frame. I liked it.
     
  7. Apologetic_Warrior

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  8. Osage Bluestem

    Osage Bluestem Galatians 5:1

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