What if I told you that there is an entire library of orthodox, careful, influential, important, Reformed books, that formed and shaped our entire history—books on Reformed theology, piety, and practice, biblical interpretation, biblical theology, covenant theology, commentaries on Scripture, the Christian life, sanctification, worship, and the sacraments? What if I told you that this great library exists but is hidden from most of readers because it has not yet been translated into English? Well, that is all true. There is such a library. I call it Classic Reformed Theology. Casey Carmichael, and I are editing a series of translations of these sorts of volumes in the Classic Reformed Theology series for Reformation Heritage Books. In September we hope to see volume 4 appear. So far we’ve published:
Our latest volume is J. H. Heidegger, The Concise Marrow of Christian Theology from 1697. As in the case of Cocceius, this is the first-ever English translation of...
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