200 Book Reviews / Journal of Reformed Th eology 2 (2008) 189-207 Timothy Larsen & Daniel J. Treier (eds.), Th e Cambridge Companion to Evangelical Th eology , CUP, Cambridge 2007, 303pp. £29.99 (ISBN 9870521609746). Larsen and Treier are (associate) professors of theology at Wheaton College, Illinois, USA. Th ey have involved 16 other scholars, originating from the USA as well as the United King- dom, Continental Europe (Finland), Asia (Singapore, Korea), Africa (Ivory Coast), and Latin America (Argentina). A few authors are working in denominational schools: Calvin College, Grand Rapids, USA, and Western Seminary, Holland, Michigan, USA. Th e ﬁrst nine articles belong to part I: “Evangelicals and Christian Doctrine”; whereas the next nine articles form part II: “Th e Contexts of Evangelical Th eology.” Missiologians, such as the present author, would have preferred to do it the other way around: starting with the context and placing theology and doctrine in context. Th e table of contents also makes it clear that there is no separate article on eschatology (which is strange), and that Continental Europe is treated as an appendix of the UK. As a Continental European, I protest this treatment. Th e whole volume is
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