Whatever Happened to the Reformation?
Johnson, Gary L. W.
"An age characterized by a god who is confused about the future, needs our forgiveness, and is fabricated in our own images; by pluralism and therapeutic pragmatism that jettison essentials of saving faith; by attacks on Christianity from without and attacks on the Trinity from within the church; and by a demoralized society—cries for exactly what this volume provides."See All
C. Fitzsimons Allison
"Provides a sharp caveat against certain tendencies among professing evangelicals, demonstrates the true gravity of these deviations, and challenges us to remain faithful to 'the faith once for all entrusted to the saints.'"See All
"Every evangelical and Reformed minister ought to read this book. It offers a substantive response to the new Socinianism of the 'openness of God' writers and provides a strong affirmation of the biblical basis of the historic Reformed faith."See All
"Effectively responds to the assault on the Reformation that is becoming one of the most surprising, widespread, and dangerous phenomena of our time. The issues discussed in this book are crucial to preserving, not just evangelicalism, but Christianity itself."See All
W. Robert Godfrey Jr.
"Trying to get a handle on what?s wrong with the evangelical church and blaze a path out of our theological morass? Then this book is necessary reading for you. It is a trumpet call to return to that better, higher, purer, and wiser gospel which evangelicals once held."See All
James Montgomery Boice
Bruce Ware, Darryl Hart, John MacArthur, and others join the editors in calling evangelicals to recover their Reformation roots. Too many evangelicals believe methodology and results trump theology. To reach a postmodern society they too readily adopt an unbiblical view of God that many Americans find more palatable. Or they subsume Bible study and preaching to secondary status. Whatever Happened to the Reformation? urges us to turn to the theology of the Reformers and allow it to shape every aspect of church and family life. Take it and read!
Includes Forewords by R. C. Sproul and David F. Wells
Includes an Afterword by Michael S. Horton