Preface Introduction A. Classic Reformed Theology 1. The Form of Theology 2. Epistemology B. Some New Proposals Considered 3. Nature and Narrative 4. Being and Doing 5. Speech Acts, Propositions, and Assertions 6. Propositions, Truth, and Time 7. Meaning and Reasoning 8. Foundationalism and Its Woes 9. Knowing and Believing C. Conclusion 10. CRT and the Future Bibliography Index
Paul Helm is a Teaching Fellow at Regent College, Vancouver, Canada. He held the Chair of the History and Philosophy at King's College, London, 1993-2000. He is the author of several books, including 'John Calvin's Ideas' (2004) and 'Eternal God' (2nd edition 2010).
"Helm has done a service to thinking Christians in an age of post-postmodernist gullibility." -Rev. E. T, Kirkland, English Churchman, No. 7936, Fridays, 13th & 20th November 2015 "...the greatest contribution of this text is Helm's robust detailing of the history, method and principles of CRT for contemporary theology. ...it would be a useful primer for any graduate or seminary student who is interested in Reformed theology." -Vanessa Williams, Theology 119.1 2016 "This volume provides helpful summaries of crt and offers general lines of response to postmodern thought. To that extent, it may be helpful to those who identify with [Classical Reformed Theology]." -John R. Franke, Journal of Reformed Theology, Volume 11, Issue 3, 2017