Getting a handle on Reformed theology

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what-is-reformed-theologyBook Review: What is Reformed Theology? Understanding the Basics, by R. C. Sproul

Reformed theology seems to be making a comeback among prominent church leaders. At least, you see more pastors and writers claiming to be reformed. Since I had an inadequate understanding of Reformed theology, I welcomed the chance to read and review R. C. Sproul’s book, What is Reformed Theology: Understanding the Basics. The book was originally published in 1997 and was repacked and rereleased this year.

Sproul divides the book into two parts. In the first section, he lays out the five foundational principles of Reformed theology. In the second section, he explains the five points of Reformed theology. As he explains in the introduction, the book is not intended to be

a textbook on systematic theology, nor a detailed, exposition of each and every article of Reformation doctrine. It is, instead, a compendium, a…

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