Richard B. Gaffin Jr. is professor emeritus of biblical and systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He is the author of four P&R titles and the editor of an additional four.
Richard B. Gaffin Jr. is the author of these 4 titles:
Released: 1979 | 128 pages | Paperback | $11.99
A careful examination of the New Testament teaching on the gifts of the Spirit. Makes a case for the cessation of tongues at the close of the apostolic era.
Released: 1987 | 160 pages | Paperback | $14.99
A study of the structure of Paul’s theology of Jesus’ resurrection as that doctrine forms the center of Paul’s total theology.
Released: 2013 | 160 pages | Paperback | $14.99 | Sample Chapter
How does an individual receive salvation? Does Paul distinguish between salvation accomplished (historia salutis) and salvation applied (ordo salutis)? Gaffin argues that under both exists a deeper, more fundamental issue—our union with Christ.
Released: 2015 | 32 pages | Booklet | $4.99 | Sample Chapter
Do Christians have to believe the biblical teaching that all humans descend from a real Adam and Eve? Richard Gaffin shows how such doubts undermine the entire story of redemption.
RICHARD B. GAFFIN JR. IS the editor OF THESE 4 TITLES:
Released: 1988 | 104 pages | Paperback | $11.99
An investigation of the New Testament canon and how it fits into redemptive history.
Released: 2001 | 596 pages | Hardcover | $39.99
In Redemptive History & Biblical Interpretation, the shorter writings of this famed theologian have been gathered under one cover. The reader will discover here numerous major biblical and theological studies.
Released: 2012 | 96 pages | Paperback | $12.99 | Sample Chapter
One challenge to biblical authority is our understanding of Adam. Freshly translated, this acknowledged modern classic defends the historic church position that all human beings descend from Adam as the first human being.
Released: 2013 | 1,440 pages | Hardcover | $59.99 | Sample Chapter
This is a new collection of Reformed thinkers’ writings, from the Reformation to today, on the inerrancy of Scripture. To these texts contemporary scholars add commentary reflecting the stance of Westminster Theological Seminary.