Category Archives: Reformed Theology

Did Christ Keep the Law for His People? (William R. Newell)

William R. Newell (1865-1956) is known for his commentaries on Romans, Hebrews and Revelation, as well as his famous hymn “Years I Spent in Vanity and Pride”. He studied at Wooster (Ohio) College, as well as Princeton and Oberlin Seminaries. From 1896-1898 he was the assistant superintendent of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago under R.A. […]

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13 Books about Calvinism – Recommended Titles

Theologically sound, well-written books on the subject of election and predestination, that avoid the extremes of “limited atonement” (Calvinism) on the one hand, and the “falling away” doctrine (Arminianism) on the other, can be hard to come by. Listed here are 12 volumes that engage with the Biblical text using a proper grammatical-historical hermeneutic and […]

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Sound Biblical Exegesis Inevitably Leads to Pre-Millennialism

The author Erich Sauer (1898-1959), in chapter 20 of his classic work From Eternity to Eternity (Paternoster Press, 1954), includes an impeccably argued passage in which he addresses the importance of taking literally the Bible’s prophecies of a future Millennial kingdom of God on earth. His analysis will repay careful reading: “The expectation of a […]

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