The Minutes and Papers of the Westminster Assembly 1643-1652

Wednesday, 30 Apr 2014

"The assembly's confession became 'by far the most influential doctrinal symbol in American Protestant history.'"
Collected in five volumes and edited by Chad Van Dixhoorn (published by Oxford University Press, 2012), this is a monumental academic and theological contribution. These volumes will probably form the basis for scholarship that seeks to interact with the Westminster Assembly for the remainder of this century, at least. It is, after all, a full return to the primary source material surrounding the creation of the Westminster Standards, which are some of the world's foremost statements of the Christian faith. Ad fontes should be the motto of historians, sociologists, and, of course, theology students. However, we would ...

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