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 5 Issue 1

May 2020 | 78 pages


In This Issue

I am pleased to be joined by a co-editor in the production of Reformed Faith & Practice. Dr. D. Blair Smith is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at the Charlotte campus of Reformed Theological Seminary, having joining that faculty in 2016. I look forward to our partnership in this project. January 2020 marked the second... READ MORE

Fragmentation and Wholeness in the Mosaic Eschatology

Scott Redd

Fragmentation is a problem in today’s culture, isn’t it? It’s not just in the large intellectual property reboots that we see going on the big screen, reboots that create new universes that may not continue or even corroborate the narrative of the told in the previous universe (e.g. what does Sony’s Spiderman have to do... READ MORE

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The Art of Bible Translation

Reviewed by: Kenneth McMullen

1 & 2 Chronicles

Reviewed by: Brittain Brewer

1 & 2 Thessalonians

Reviewed by: Robert J. Cara

Reformed Preaching

Reviewed by: Charles Malcolm Wingard

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