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Praying for Revival in the Life And Thought of Jonathan Edwards and Edwardsean Baptists

This past week my wife and I were on the West Coast at the inaugural conference of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Gateway Seminary, or JEC West. Dr Doug Sweeney, of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, gave an excellent presentation on regeneration in the thought of Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) and how, for Edwards this was “most important thing in the world.” A great talk, as was a second plenary session by Dr Oliver Crisp, of Fuller Theological Seminary, newly appointed to the Chair in Analytic Theology…
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Review of Revelation (ITC) by Peter J. Leithart
Peter Leithart has written a commentary that specifically aims to uncover the theological meaning of Revelation. While most commentaries do speak on theological matters, they do not always focus on theology. Some highlight pastoral issues; others emphasize social and historical matters; still others work hard to comment on the
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Review of Revelation (ITC) by Peter J. Leithart
Peter Leithart has written a commentary that specifically aims to uncover the theological meaning of Revelation. While most commentaries do speak on theological matters, they do not always focus on theology. Some highlight pastoral issues; others emphasize social and historical matters; still others work hard to comment on the grammar and syntax of a biblical book; still more concentrate on biblical-theological relationships between Revelation and the Old Testament. Few specifically focus on theology. Leithart’s commentary comes as a welcome contribution to the commentary literature on Revelation. What Does Leithart’s Theological Commentary Look Like?
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Review of Revelation (ITC) by Peter J. Leithart

Peter Leithart has written a commentary that specifically aims to uncover the theological meaning of Revelation. While most commentaries
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