Book Reviews / Journal of Reformed Theology 4 (2010) 71-94 73 Michael S. Horton, Covenant and Salvation. Union With Christ , Westminster John Knox, Louisville 2007, 324 pp., $34.95 (ISBN 9780664231637). Covenant and Salvation is a rich and engaging book on Reformed soteriology that is broad in its range and scope. The book is the third in a four-part series from Michael Horton which seeks to put a Reformed account of covenant theology in dialogue with contempo- rary theological voices on a variety of doctrinal topics. Horton is Professor of Apologetics and Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in California. Some readers might expect a technical exposition and defense of Reformed federal theology in a way that nar- rows the ﬁeld of discussion to a relatively small group of confessionally-minded Presbyte- rian and Reformed Christians. But in this series, Horton refuses to take such a route. Instead, Horton chooses to engage a very wide range of dialogue partners, from Eastern Orthodox theologians to feminist theologians, from the New Perspective on Paul to Radi- cal Orthodoxy. As a result, Horton gives voice to classical Reformed covenantal thought on a wide and spacious theological ﬁeld. Horton seeks not to simply repeat
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