I am in the midst of some discussions about the role of Scholastic methods in Reformed theology, centered around James Dolezal’s All That Is In God.
James Dolezal, All That Is in God (Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2017). Scholasticism names a type of theology that matured in the
Review of Peter Cotterell and Max Turner, Linguistics & Biblical Interpretation, Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 1989, 348 pp.,
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by Vern Poythress [First published in Tabletalk 23/3 (March, 1999): 8-10, 56. Used with permission.] Click any image below for the full
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