In this guide to the Reformed tradition, Donald McKim examines sixteen theological doctrines (for example, Scripture, Trinity, Sin, Person and Work of Christ, Church) and shows how the Reformed understanding of each contributes to the broader ecumenical family of Christian teachings. Each chapter gives the biblical basis for the doctrine, then traces its development through church history with emphasis given to the Reformed tradition, and finally offers its significance for the church in the twenty-first century. Insightful discussion questions along with indexes help detail the distinctions of the Reformed faith. Ideal for classroom or personal use, Introducing the Reformed Faith is a helpful resource for students and scholars, as well as clergy and laity.
Biblical Revelation, Christian Tradition, Contemporary Significance