New Studies in Dogmatics—A New 15-Volume Series in Constructive Theology
Today Zondervan announced a major 15-volume project in constructive theology. The series is called New Studies in Dogmatics and is edited by Michael Allen (Knox Theological Seminary) and Scott R. Swain (Reformed Theological Seminary).
The volumes will explore vital theological topics of Christian doctrine, expressing their biblical, creedal, and confessional shape. The volumes will seek a constructive theology that—unlike much modern theology—does not downplay the traditions of the church, but embraces and builds upon Christianity’s historic professions. Authors will reexamine church doctrine by beginning with the foundations laid in the creeds, councils, and confessions and expounded by its most trusted teachers (such as the early church fathers, medieval doctors, and Protestant Reformers).
“We are excited about the New Studies in Dogmatics series,” Allen says, “because we believe that the way to renewal is through retrieval of our catholic and Reformational heritage.”
Read full press release from 2012.
UPDATE: Read the series introduction from 2015.
Forthcoming Volumes and Authors:
- Holy Scripture: Donald Wood (University of Aberdeen)
- Triune God: Fred Sanders (Biola University)
- Divine Names: Scott R. Swain (Reformed Theological Seminary)
- Election: Oliver D. Crisp (Fuller Theological Seminary)
- Creation: Marguerite Shuster (Fuller Theological Seminary)
- Providence: Kevin J. Vanhoozer (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School)
- Humanity: Matt Jenson (Biola University)
- Christology: Daniel J. Treier (Wheaton College)
- Redemption: Henri Blocher (Faculté Libre de Théologie Ėvangélique)
- Justification: Michael Horton (Westminster Seminary California)
- Sanctification: Michael Allen (Reformed Theological Seminary)
- Holy Spirit: Christopher R. J. Holmes (University of Otago)
- Sacraments: J. Todd Billings (Western Theological Seminary)
- Eschatology: Ivor J. Davidson (University of St. Andrews)
- Prayer: Katherine Sonderegger (Virginia Theological Seminary)
- Christian Life: Kelly M. Kapic (Covenant College)
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