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Always Being Reformed: Challenges and Prospects for the Future of Reformed Theology
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Always Being Reformed: Challenges and Prospects for the Future of Reformed Theology

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       One of the most persistent slogans of Reformed theology is that it is 'reformed and always being reformed.' But what does this slogan mean?

This volume gathers thirteen essays written by a younger generation of Reformed theologians who teach and write on five different continents, who together offer this work in Christian systematic theology. Unlike many other works of Reformed theology, however, this book is framed by pressing contextual issues and questions (instead of traditional loci). Each chapter engages classical doctrine, but does so through the lens of contemporary, lived experience in particular contexts. The result is not a theology where doctrines are 'applied' to contexts, but an approach where doctrine and context mutually shape one another. The contributors take seriously the notion that theology is 'always being reformed' and is always partial, ever on the way--hence it requires conversation partners beyond the Reformed family of faith. The result is a study in Reformed theology that is thoroughly ecumenical.

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