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This is Dr. Waldron’s Ph.D. dissertation from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Its subtitle is Current Evangelical Departures from Sola Fide. After an abstract and introduction Waldron covers such issues as:

  • Sola Fide in Luther
  • Sola Fide in Calvin
  • Sola Fide in the Reformation Confessions

Against that historical-theological background, Waldron then deals with the revisionism of Daniel Fuller, Norman Shepherd, and Don Garlington.

263 pages

 

All who are interested in the Protestant doctrine of justification and how that essential truth is being tweaked and distorted by some in our day are sure to profit from this timely work.

 

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This is a subject about which evangelical pastors and teachers need to be well-informed, and Waldron’s study and conclusions are a model of theological argument and pastoral discernment.

J. Ligon Duncan, Ph.D.

For those still studying the issues of “the obedience of faith” and its meaning in Reformation theology vs. modern “covenant nomism,” this is a must read.

Fred A. Malone, Ph.D.

 

About the author

Samuel E. Waldron, Ph.D., is a pastor of Heritage Baptist Church, Owensboro, KY, and serves as Dean and Professor of Systematic Theology at the Midwest Center for Theological Studies (www.mctsowensboro.org). He is author of A Modern Exposition of the 1689 Baptist Confession of FaithThe End Times Made SimpleTo Be ContinuedA Man as Priest in His Home (RBAP), MacArthur’s Millennial Manifesto (RBAP), and A Reformed Baptist Manifesto (RBAP).

Additional information

Weight 650 g
Dimensions 229 × 152 × 15 mm
Author(s)

Waldron, Samuel E., (Author)

Publication Summary

Reformed Baptist Academic Press (2006), 280 pages

Published Date

2006

Page Count

280

Language

English

Product Type

Paperback

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