Formed and Reformed: "Turning Back the Darkness: The Biblical Pattern of Reformation" by Richard D. Phillips

Friday, 17 Dec 2010

In Turning Back the Darkness, prolific author Richard Phillips sets forth a biblical theological proposal that emerges from a "formation-deformation-reformation" pattern characteristic of the Bible's total narrative. Though the content is articulated with an unapologetically Reformed slant (leaning as it does on the paradigms of cov-enant theology, as well as a select group of Calvinist thinkers), nonetheless the agenda here is a faithful witness to an established and undeniable biblical structure recapitulated at key junctions in redemptive history. As such, a broader spectrum of evangelical and confessional readers will profit from this ...

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