This research guide introduces scholars to the field of Reformed theology, focusing on works of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries in the English language. After a brief introductory section on the debates about what counts as “Reformed theology,” Martha Moore-Keish explores twenty-one major theological themes, with attention to classical as well as current works. The author demonstrates that this stream of Protestantism is both internally diverse and ecumenically interwoven with other Christian families, not just a single clearly defined group set apart from others. In addition, this guide shows that contemporary Reformed theology has been rethinking the doctrines of God, humanity, and their relationship in significant ways that challenge old stereotypes and offer fresh wisdom for our world today.
Martha L. Moore-Keish, Ph.D. (2000), Emory University, is J.B. Green Professor of Theology at Columbia Theological Seminary. She has published books on Reformed eucharistic theology and prayer, as well as a commentary on James and the co-edited volume
Karl Barth and Comparative Theology (Fordham, 2019).
Reformed Theology Martha L. Moore-Keish
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1 What Is “Reformed Theology”?
2 Major Themes in Current Reformed Theology
All interested in the field of Reformed theology, including graduate students, academic libraries, and scholars entering into or deepening their expertise in this area of study.