Editorial

Editorial Although with a delay due to a change in copy editor, I am happy to present the fourth issue of JRT 11 with three articles and eight reviews. Steven Duby presents a fine analysis of the way the Christian tradition has understood the ‘timeless’ God in relation to God’s involvement with creation. David Mark Rathel reminds us of the almost forgotten contribution of John Gill, the eighteenth-century influential theologian who explained the covenant of redemption that minimized human agency in the reception of salvation. Nathan Shannon offers a repaired theology of culture and the artistic sphere that builds on the work done by Rookmaaker, Kuyper, and Edgar. We are hopeful that we can send you the first issue of JRT 12 (2018) very soon.Eddy Van der BorghtEditor-in-chief http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Reformed Theology Brill
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Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1872-5163
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1569-7312
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10.1163/15697312-01104010
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Although with a delay due to a change in copy editor, I am happy to present the fourth issue of JRT 11 with three articles and eight reviews. Steven Duby presents a fine analysis of the way the Christian tradition has understood the ‘timeless’ God in relation to God’s involvement with creation. David Mark Rathel reminds us of the almost forgotten contribution of John Gill, the eighteenth-century influential theologian who explained the covenant of redemption that minimized human agency in the reception of salvation. Nathan Shannon offers a repaired theology of culture and the artistic sphere that builds on the work done by Rookmaaker, Kuyper, and Edgar. We are hopeful that we can send you the first issue of JRT 12 (2018) very soon.Eddy Van der BorghtEditor-in-chief

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Published: Jan 1, 2018

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