rts50thlogosm-150x150Reformed Faith & Practice: The Journal of Reformed Theological Seminary is edited by members of the faculty of the Seminary, and it seeks to further the mission of the Seminary, which is to “serve the church by preparing its leaders, through a program of theological education, based on the authority of the inerrant Word of God, and committed to the Reformed faith.” RF&P is published three times per year and is distributed electronically for free.

Volume 2 Issue 1

May, 2017 | 114 pages


In This Issue

In November 2016 Reformed Theological Seminary’s Houston campus hosted a conference on the doctrine of the Trinity, “Confessing the Triune God: Retrieving Nicene Faith for Today’s Church.” We are pleased to publish two of the addresses from that conference in this issue of Reformed Faith & Practice, by Michael Haykin of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary... READ MORE

Biblical Exegesis in Fourth-Century Trinitarian Debates: Context, Contours, & Ressourcement

Michael A. G. Haykin

In his masterful study of the unfolding of early Christian thought, Jaroslav Pelikan notes that the “climax of the doctrinal development of the early church was the dogma of the Trinity.”[1] And the textual expression of that climax is undoubtedly the Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed that was issued at the Council of Constantinople (381), in which Jesus... READ MORE

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