As the general editor of the English translation of
Bavinck's Reformed Dogmatics, Dr John Bolt stands amongst the foremost experts
on Bavinck's work. In reviewing James Eglinton’s work, Dr Bolt writes:
‘This study by James Eglinton represents a significant
advance in Bavinck scholarship, a breakthrough that has important ramifications
for those of us who find in neocalvinism a rich resource for our social-ethical
Dr John Bolt is Professor of Systematic Theology at Calvin
Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Our warm congratulations to Douglas Farrow, whose book Ascension Theology won the Word Guild
Canadian Christian Writing award. Building on his much acclaimed study
"Ascension and Ecclesia", in this book Douglas Farrow extends his
line of thought and presents it to a wider audience. You can find out more
about the book here at our website.
We are pleased to have just received an advance copy of the latest instalment in the TSST series. T&T Clark Studies in Systematic Theology is a series of monographs in the field of Christian doctrine, which focus particularly on engaging with major themes through historical analysis or contemporary restatement. This latest volume, by Kyle C. Strobel, unveils the inner logic of Edwards’s theological reasoning. Dr Strobel is an Assistant Professor at Grand Canyon University, USA.