“The first time I heard the expression Reformed theology, I was not much attracted to it,” writes William Edgar.
What came to mind were abuses done in its name. “My mind was changed over a period of time,” he goes on to say, and here he commends the richness and beauty of the Reformed worldview he now cherishes.
Edgar traces the origins of the Reformed faith, explores its central truths, and probes its significance for the church’s calling in the world. While sensitive to challenges before the Reformed community—even its shortcomings—he suggests avenues for further understanding and new applications of a Reformed worldview to our age.