Articles by Iain Campbell

The Marrow Controversy and Seceder Tradition

Article by   October 2012
William VanDoodewaard, The Marrow Controversy and Seceder Tradition: Atonement, Saving Faith, and The Gospel Offer in Scotland (1718-1799), Reformation Heritage Books, 2011This study in the Marrow Controversy of the eighteenth century is a welcome addition to the series of Reformed... continue

Why Easter Makes Me a Sabbatarian

Article by   August 2012
During this past Easter season, I was grateful to Paul Levy for drawing to my attention the interesting and well-written post by John Stevens on a theology of the Sabbath. John's articulate presentation is simple and straightforward, highlights relevant biblical texts, and probably represents the mainstream view in modern evangelicalism on the New Testament relevance of the Old Testament Sabbath. continue

Speaking the Truth in Love

Article by   December 2009
Speaking the Truth in Love: The Theology of John M. FrameBy John J. Hughes1500 p.P&R Publishing (October 2009)Speaking the Truth in Love is a collection of essays marking the contribution to theology of Professor John Frame. Currently the J.D Trimble... continue

The Emergence of Evangelicalism

Article by   December 2008
Professor Bebbington's work on the nature and rise of evangelicalism was a scholarly attempt to analyse the phenomenon in its historical and social contexts. No discussion of any aspect of the evangelical movement - particularly in the United Kingdom - could ignore his work thereafter. continue

How Postmodernism Serves (My) Faith: Questioning Truth in Language, Philosophy and Art

Article by   September 2006
In an interview with the author, one of IVP's editors, Gary Deddo, asked Crystal Downing about her motivation for the writing of this particular volume. Professor Downing replied that although many Christians have written on postmodernism, 'my book seems to... continue

The Holy Trinity

Article by   March 2006
I completed my reading of Dr Letham's work on the Trinity on a transatlantic flight to Boston, during which I was sitting beside a very interesting young man. He had a modicum of theological awareness, due to his having been... continue

Back to Jerusalem

Article by   October 2005
"Are you going to the dogs this year?" was the question put to me. I suppose my initial reaction was that I should respond in the affirmative. I tend to think that I am making little progress in anything as... continue
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