Released in the UK May 2024
Released in the US May 2024


Pocket paperback | 104 Pages
9781527111479 • £3.99 $4.99

BISAC – REL067000

Track: Living Out Reformed Theology

A Student’s Guide to Living Out Reformed Theology

Harrison Perkins

What do Christians mean when they talk about ‘Reformed theology’? And how does it affect how they live? Harrison Perkins, a senior research fellow for the Craig Center for the Study of the Westminster Standards, introduces us to some of the main themes of Reformed theology in this addition to the Track series. Starting with its principal foundations – the grace and love of God – Harrison goes on to tackle some of the trickier aspects of Reformed theology, like predestination, applying these doctrines to the life of the believer.

Harrison Perkins
Harrison Perkins (PhD, Queen’s University Belfast) is pastor at Oakland Hills Community Church (OPC), Senior Research Fellow at the Craig Center for the Study of the Westminster Standards, online faculty in church history at Westminster Theological Seminary, visiting lecturer in systematic theology at Edinburgh Theological Seminary, and author of ‘Reformed Covenant Theology: A Systematic Introduction’.

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