Robert Letham is senior lecturer in systematic and historical theology at Wales Evangelical School of Theology (WEST). He has advanced degrees from Westminster Theological Seminary and the University of Aberdeen. He is the author of the following four P&R books:
568 pages | List Price: $24.99 | Paperback
Summary – When it comes to the doctrine of the Trinity, evangelicals have underachieved. In The Holy Trinity, Robert Letham helps to redress this shortcoming. He offers a well-researched volume about “the One who is utterly transcendent and incomprehensible.” After examining the doctrine’s biblical foundations, Letham traces its historical development through the twentieth century, and engages four critical issues: the Trinity and (1) the incarnation, (2) worship and prayer, (3) creation and missions, and (4) persons.
84 pages | List Price: $8.99 | Paperback
Summary – A call to a renewed hunger and thirst for the Lord’s Supper, this book unfolds a historic Reformed understanding in contrast to other views. Building on careful biblical analysis, Robert Letham explains why we have the Supper, how we partake of Christ in it, who should take communion, and related matters.
176 pages | List Price: $17.99 | Paperback
Summary – Our union with Christ—our being in Christ and Christ being in us—is an important but neglected topic. This new, wide-ranging study breaks beyond the bounds of Reformed orthodoxy but never oversteps its biblical grounding.
416 pages | List Price: $24.99 | Paperback
Summary – Drawing on new primary source material, The Westminster Assembly considers the Assembly’s theology in terms of the unfolding development of doctrine in the Reformed church as a whole and its specific context in English history.