Re-envisioning Reformed Dogmatics
Re-envisioning Reformed Dogmatics is a series that explores afresh the rich and diverse dogmatic heritage of the contemporary Reformed tradition. The series will plumb the depths of the riches of the Reformed tradition by engaging in constructive and interdisciplinary study while also challenging assumptions that are sometimes expressed as the Reformed tradition’s contemporary consensus. There are, in current discussions, contrary trends at work in Reformed Theology. Some are eager to expand Reformed orthodoxy to include all Protestants while others narrow the definition of what is “Reformed” to what characterizes the teachings of, say, the Dutch Reformed Church or the Church in Scotland. Re-envisioning Reformed Dogmatics is a series that will explore the rich and complex plurality of thinking in Reformed tradition. The monographs in this series will invite readers to think in fresh ways about various theological loci while exploring constructive developments within this dynamic tradition. They will include subject matter that has been hitherto neglected or excluded from conversations about Reformed theology in an effort to recover the intellectual treasures that once made up the full dogmatic deposit of the confessional era. In this way, the Re-envisioning Reformed Dogmatics series is marked by that self-same spirit that once motivated the Reformer’s clarion call: Ad fontes (“to the sources”). Now, with five hundred years of theological development since this first call was uttered, the authors in this series renew that clarion call. This time, however, the sources to which the authors in this series turn include those of the Reformers and their theological heirs.
Gijsbert van den Brink, University Research Chair for Theology & Science at the Faculty of Theology (Free University of Amsterdam)
Oliver Crisp, Professor of Analytic Theology and Director of the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology (University of St. Andrews)
Christina Larsen, Professor of Theology (Grand Canyon University)
Paul Nimmo, King’s Chair of Systematic Theology (University of Aberdeen)
Adonis Vidu, Professor of Theology (Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary)
Willem van Vlastuin, Professor of Theology and Spirituality of Reformed Protestantism (Free University of Amsterdam)