This book is comprised of the 2001 Sprunt Lectures at Union Theological Seminary and the Presbyterian School of Christian Education. The pieces address differing aspects of Reformed theology from a variety of views, each focusing on an important issue that engages Reformed thought at the beginning of the third Christian millennium. Perspectives and contexts for the essays are provided in the Introduction by B. A. Gerrish, one of the most distinguished contemporary Reformed theologians. Essays are by John W. de Gruchy, Peter J. Paris, Jan Rohls, Dawn DeVries, and Nicholas Wolterstorff.