Reformed 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 3 Issue 2

Summer 2018 | 76 pages


The Surprising Source of Joy: A Biblical Foundation for Christ-Centered Suffering

Peter Y. Lee

This article is a chapter from Joy Unspeakable, a forthcoming book by the author which is scheduled for release by Wipf and Stock Publishers in spring 2019. “But rejoice insofar as you share Christ’s sufferings, that you may also rejoice and be glad when his glory is revealed.” 1 Peter 4:13 May 6, 2005 was one... READ MORE

The Defenestration of Prague and the Hermeneutics of ‘Story’: A Response to Peter Leithart

Don Collett

The following short essay is a response to an argument Peter Leithart offers in his book Deep Exegesis.[1] It is not intended to be a response to the entire book, which provides many fine insights in the nature of theological exegesis. Rather, it is an engagement with a particular historical claim Leithart makes in the... READ MORE

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