Modern Reformation Magazine
Modern Reformation began in 1989 as a small newsletter of Christians United for Reformation (CURE), an organization founded by Modern Reformation's editor-in-chief, Dr. Michael Horton, to promote a new Reformation in American Christianity. CURE served as a vehicle for reminding American evangelicals of their biblical roots and the rich faith and practice recovered during the Protestant Reformation that had been largely abandoned in the mad dash to relevance. As CURE grew in influence, the organization needed a magazine to explicate timeless Christian doctrines in a timely publication. Borrowing the name of the newsletter, Modern Reformation debuted in magazine format in 1992.
Theologia et Apologia
Essays in Reformation Theology And it's Defense
Editors include: Adam S. Francisco, Korey D. Maas And Steven P. Mueller
Theologia et Apologia gathers together eighteen essays, written by a wide range of scholars, on Reformation theology and its defense. Orthodox theology, grounded in the Scriptures, calls humanity to believe. This same theology must also be presented and defended to a world that has often not attended to its vital message. Collectively, these essays teach and defend the biblical theology articulated during the Reformation and still today. They address topics including the inspiration, canon, and interpretation of Scripture, Reformation era developments, classic and modern apologetics, and other topics. This helpful book, honoring Rod Rosenbladt, a notable theologian and apologist, is a welcome addition to the library of any thinking Christian.
Too Good To Be True
Finding Hope in a World of Hype, By Michael Horton
In Too Good to be True the message is not that we can be happier, healthier, wealthier, smarter, or more successful if we just "give Jesus a chance." Instead of this unfailingly upbeat message, which eventually leaves us without much sustenance in times of real crisis, we need a view of God, ourselves and the real world that can give us real anchors when life's storms hit hardest.
Fresh from putting out a few fires in his own life, author Michael Horton weaves personal stories together with a running contrast between the "theology of the glory" and the "theology of cross"-that is, the "I want it all, I want it now" attitude versus the patient endurance of our present trials in anticipation of the destiny that awaits us and the down-payment we've already received toward its realization.
The Truth of the Cross
R. C. Sproul
Dr. R.C. Sproul surveys the great work accomplished by Jesus Christ through His crucifixion—the redemption of God’s people. Dr. Sproul considers the atonement from numerous angles and shows conclusively that the cross was absolutely necessary if anyone was to be saved. Opening the Scriptures, Dr. Sproul shows that God Himself provided salvation by sending Jesus Christ to die on the cross, and the cross was always God’s intended method by which to bring salvation. The Truth of the Cross is an uncompromising reminder that the atonement of Christ is an absolutely essential doctrine of the Christian faith, one that should be studied and understood by all believers.