Did the theological heirs of John Calvin deviate from their heritage? Was Calvin’s dynamic biblical theology lost by his successors? Was the philosophical methodology of Aristotle introduced into Reformed theology by Theodore Beza and Zacharias Ursinus? This chapter considers these criticisms as they were applied in particular to the tradition of the Westminster Standards. T. F. Torrance’s criticisms are answered extensively.
Source: The Westminster Assembly: Reading Its Theology in Historical Context (P & R Publishing, 2009), 101-119.
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