Theology

Is Inerrancy a Reformed Doctrine?

Part of the purpose of Catechesis is to give easier access to academic material that has been published elsewhere. I have just published an article on B. B. Warfield, comparing his view of inerrancy...
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Do we read Scripture thinly or thickly? ‘By Good and Necessary Consequence’

In Mark 12:24–27, Jesus refutes the Sadducees concerning their rejection of the final resurrection.Is this not the reason you are wrong, because you know neither the Scriptures nor the power of God? ....

The Gifts of the Holy Spirit

First published: Richard B. Gaffin Jr., ‘The Gifts of the Holy Spirit’, The Reformed Theological Review 51 no. 1 (1992), 1–10.A lecture, slightly edited for publication, under the auspices of the John G. Paton...

Eucharistic Sacrifice in the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ

First published: Donald William Bradley Robinson, ‘Eucharistic Sacrifice in the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ.’ The Reformed Theological Review 23, no. 3 ( 1964), 65–74.My title is carefully...

The Interpretation of the Third Commandment

First published RTR XLVII, no. 1 (1988).It is often assumed that there is little controversy surrounding the meaning of the Third Commandment. On the...