JIRBS

The JOURNAL of the INSTITUTE of REFORMED BAPTIST STUDIES

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The

JOURNAL

of the

INSTITUTE

of

REFORMED

BAPTIST

STUDIES

Started in 2014 as a sequel (of sorts) to the Reformed Baptist Theological ReviewThe Journal of the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies is a theological journal published to explain and support the theology of the Holy Scriptures as it is summarized in the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. It is aimed at pastors and theological students, but can also be read with profit by church members seeking to grow in their understanding of scriptural, classical, and historical theology. This Reformed Baptist journal is published annually, and articles are devoted to exegetical, historical, theological, and practical issues. Each issue also contains a number of book reviews.

A Reformed Baptist journal committed to the theology of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith

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The Journal of the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies

 – is published by –

Reformed Baptist Academic Press

Here is a list of the articles included in the most recent issue:

Articles

  1. THE CHRISTIAN MINISTRY IN THE CHURCH: Its Reasons, Duration and Goal, and Practical Effects (Ephesians 4:11-16), with Special Emphasis on verse 12, Richard C. Barcellos
  2. BRING THEM TO THE WORD, NOT THE WATER: Pastoral Instructions for Fathers in the First and Second Century Church, J. Ryan Davidson
  3. THE COVENANTAL THEOLOGY OF JOHN SPILSBERY, Matthew C. Bingham
  4. THE STRANGE CASE OF THOMAS COLLIER, James M. Renihan
  5. THE CONSEQUENCES OF POSITIVE LAW: The Particular Baptists’ Use of Inferential Reasoning in Theology, Samuel Renihan
  6. UNITY AND DISTINCTION–One God in Three Persons: Unity of Essence, Distinction of Persons, Implications for Life, A Review Article, Stefan T. Lindblad
  7. THE REGULATIVE PRINCIPLE OF WORSHIP: Contemporary Objections, Samuel E. Waldron

Book Reviews

Faith, Freedom and the Spirit: The Economic Trinity in Barth, Torrance and Contemporary Theology, Paul D. Molnar reviewed by James E. Dolezal

Covenants Made Simple: Understanding God’s Unfolding Promises to His People, Jonty Rhodes reviewed by Pascal Denault

Guaranteed Pure: The Moody Bible Institute, Business, and the Making of Modern Evangelicalism, Timothy E. W. Gloege reviewed by James M. Renihan

Justification Reconsidered: Rethinking a Pauline Theme, Stephen Westerholm reviewed by Tom Hicks

 The Gospel Ministry, Thomas Foxcraft reviewed by Robert E. Cosby, III

The Quest for the Historical Adam: Genesis, Hermeneutics, and Human Origins, William VanDoodewaard reviewed by Terry Clarke

Their Rock is Not Like Our Rock: A Theology of Religions, Daniel Strange reviewed by John A. Divito

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