Reformed Theology in America
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American Reformed theology, writes David Wells, is a complex tradition made up of strands and tributaries that are not only diverse but also sometimes quite oblivious to one another. In this historical survey several notable scholars, including George Marsden, Mark Noll, Stanford Reid, C. T. McIntire, and Luder Whitlock, explore the key themes and leading thinkers of three diverse strands of American Reformed thought: Princeton theology, Dutch Reformed theology, and Southern Reformed theology. Previously published as three separate volumes, this material is now available in one handy volume.
A serious reckoning of three major streams within the Reformed tradition in America: Princeton, Dutch, and Southern.
David F. Wells is the Andrew Mutch Distinguished Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. An ordained Congregational minister, he has written many other books, including No Place for Truth, God in the Wasteland, Losing Our Virtue, and Above All Earthly Pow'rs (all Eerdmans).