Volume 4 Issue 2

September 2019 | 72 pages


In This Issue

Last January the Orlando campus of Reformed Theological Seminary hosted the first annual conference of the Paideia Center for Theological Discipleship. In this issue we are pleased to include the three plenary addresses from that conference, by Blair Smith, Scott Swain, and Carl Trueman. The Paideia Center was established in 2018 to provide leaders and... READ MORE

“To Him Who Sits on the Throne and to the Lamb”: Hymning God’s Triune Name in Revelation 4-5

Scott R. Swain

Introduction We are gathered together at this conference because we care about the doctrine of the Trinity. We have studied the doctrine over the past several months because we hope to see a retrieval of the doctrine in the life of the church, because we long to see a renewal in the church’s prayer, proclamation,... READ MORE

The Trinity and the Fourth Century

D. Blair Smith

Introduction This year’s Paideia Center’s reading group made its way through Gregory of Nazianzus’s (hereafter Nazianzen) Theological Orations. Consequently, I will use his writings, and later his friend Basil’s, as a guide for looking at the Trinity and the Fourth Century. In reading Nazianzen, a beautiful, though maybe a little spooky, yet still enchanting world... READ MORE

Reforming God?

Carl R. Trueman

Let me begin with a couple of anecdotes on how I became involved in this broad topic. The first takes place after I finished my PhD on the impact of Luther on the early English Reformation. I was looking for another project on which to engage, and I read a book with which I profoundly... READ MORE

Booknote: Neglected Voices from Evangelical Pulpits

Charles Malcolm Wingard

One of my goals at RTS Jackson is to introduce students to the “neglected voices” of the evangelical church. I am not the best qualified to remedy this neglect, but have made it my habit to assign readings that will help. One such book is Thabiti Anyabwile’s The Faithful Preacher: Recapturing the Vision of Three... READ MORE