In the build-up to the English Civil War, Joseph Hall urged the unfashionable virtue of moderation
Mark Noll examines the earliest U.S responses to C.S. Lewis, with no shortage of surprises.
Although his role is often misunderstood, John Wycliffe was central to the creation of a new English Bible
Robin Harris reviews a survey of an unlikely subject for theology: fashion.
A century on, have the critiques of Kuyper’s critic Hoedemaker been proven right?
A 1553 catechism was regarded as a foundational Church of England document. Why then has it been forgotten?
How did two Old Princetonians end up relating so differently to their prevailing racial norms?
Calvin’s overlooked sermons on Job are a major addition to Calvin studies and a blessing to the church.
A sweeping account of the doctrine of the beatific vision with the Protestant tradition in mind, now in paperback.
Both Augustine and the English Reformers knew self-denial was the only way to ascend to God.