In This Issue

This issue marks the completion of the third year of publication of Reformed Faith & Practice. We are grateful for the interest of our readers. This issue also begins what we plan to make an occasional feature on these pages. Porter Harlow’s reflection on the importance of Paul Ramsey’s book on Just War, published fifty years ago, inaugurates a series that will bring to readers’ attention classic studies of the past. Look for further installments of “Books that Merit (Re)Reading” in future issues of the journal.

Pastor Harlow is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary’s Washington, DC campus. He is joined by another alumnus, Michael Sacasas (from the Orlando campus), who contributes a book review to this issue. RTS alumni interested in contributing to Reformed Faith & Practice are invited to inquire with the editor.