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Robert A. Peterson

Professor of Systematic Theology, Covenant Theological Seminary, St Louis, Missouri


Robert Peterson is Professor of Systematic Theology at Covenant Theological Seminary, St Louis, Missouri. He has authored and edited a host of other books including Calvin and the Atonement.


Products

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Calvin and the Atonement

Calvin and the Atonement

~ Robert A. Peterson

John Calvin had a profound understanding of the atoning work of Christ. His writings are still one of the major sources scholars and others rely on to give insight into what was accomplished by Jesus on the cross. In this book... read more


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All for Jesus

All for Jesus

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Covenant Theological Seminary

~ Sean Michael Lucas, Robert A. Peterson

50 years ago a small, brand new Christian College relocated to a field in west St. Louis County, Missouri. It was moved there from Pasadena, California under the guidance of Robert G. Rayburn. Rayburn's burning passion was that... read more


Endorsements

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The Other Side of the Good News

The Other Side of the Good News
'Respectfully interacts with opponents and writes in a manner that is atonce attractive, passionate accessible to ordinary believers.'

 

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Jonathan Edwards And Hell

Jonathan Edwards And Hell
'Morgan shows how Edwards successfully responded to the annihilationist arguments... Edwards's approach needs to be heard today.'

 

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James

James
Closely tied to the text of Scripture... the writing is clear and accessible... biblical exposition is applied to life... All in all, this is a solid and useful commentary written by two pastor-scholars to help the church be the church as God intended.

 

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Word to the World

Word to the World
'The publication of Word to the World is a cause for rejoicing. The book is marked by both variety and constancy. Running through all this variety, though, are certain constants: good writing; a combination of forthrightness and fairness; prudence and much wise counsel; a reverent, even worshipful, tone; and above all, the fruitfulness of a mind and heart devoted to the Bible. Indeed, Will Barker's attitude toward and use of the Bible in this collection makes one think of the good old biblical name that we used to use for the Word of God-the Holy Scriptures (2 Tim 3:15).'

 

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