Reformed theology is frequently misunderstood by those who do not belong to the Reformed tradition and sometimes even by those who attend a Reformed church. In this classic work, Dr. R.C. Sproul addresses many of these misunderstandings by explaining the basic tenets of Reformed theology. He demonstrates that Reformed theology includes but is greater than the five points of Calvinism, pointing us also to the covenantal and catholic (universal) nature of Reformed thought. In so doing, Dr. Sproul reminds us that the central concern of Reformed theology is to proclaim and magnify the glory of God.
Louis Berkhof’s Systematic Theology is widely recognized as one of the best summaries of the Christian faith written in the past one hundred years. Berkhof presents the essential doctrines of the Bible in an accessible format, providing a go-to resource for those who want to grow in their knowledge of God and His plan for creation.
This work on baptism is a concise but thorough presentation of the significance of the sacrament, arguing that we should baptize adult believers and their infant children while answering common questions about the mode and meaning of this sign and seal of the covenant of grace.
In The Final Word, Dr. O. Palmer Robertson explains why we should believe that the gifts of tongues and prophecy have ceased. He makes the biblical case that these gifts are tied to special revelation, so if special revelation through the Apostles has ceased, then so must these gifts have ended.