Reformed Theology: Identity and Ecumenicity is an excellent resource for examining current trends and motifs in Reformed thought.
Written by scholars from around the world, this book explores the meaning and character of exegetical work in the Reformed tradition and asks whether and to what extent the Reformed confession itself affects the reading and interpretation of Scripture. In the course of answering these important concerns, the contributors highlight ways that their tradition might also enrich the church ecumenical and build a more catholic Reformed community of inquiry.
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