Time-honored Reformation theology is being discounted today as new perspectives challenge old verities. The need to return to biblical foundations is urgent.
In Divine Redemption and the Refuge of Faith, Douglas Vickers addresses the pressing questions:
In lucid and arresting terms, answers are developed from the basic theses that structured Reformation thought:
Divine Redemption and the Refuge of Faith provides a biblical-theological corrective to contemporary doctrinal deviations. If you are looking for a clear-headed, sure-footed, and warm-hearted guide on the most basic, cardinal issues of Christianity in every age, read this book repeatedly. It will enable you to think through a host of doctrines, issues, and positions in a world that is groping in the dark for truth.
Table of Contents:
1. The Contemporary Condition
2. The Prelapsarian Covenant
3. The Dissent from the Covenant of Works
4. The Status of the Will and the States of Human Consciousness
5. The Possibility of Redemption
6. The Cosmic Significance of Christ
7. The Church: Its Identity and Office
8. The Issues Revisited
Douglas Vickers is professor emeritus of economics at the University of Massachusetts. In addition to works in economic theory and policy, he has published several titles in doctrinal and apologetic theology. His most recent book, also published by Reformation Heritage Books, is Christian Confession and the Crackling Thorn: The Imperatives of Faith in an Age of Unbelief.