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Vox Reformata

The RTC has published the Australasian Journal for Christian Scholarship, Vox Reformata, each year since 1962. Originally published twice a year the journal is an annual (peer-reviewed) publication released in mid-September. The publication aims to present new and current theological thought and review to build upon the worldwide body of Reformed scholarship.

Vox Reformata Edition 81 was released in September 2016. This edition brings together an eclectic range of articles.

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Articles by RTC Lecturers: An Analysis of the Christology of Sheikh Ahmed Deedat by Dr Phillip Scheepers and The Lordship of Christ Over the Family: A Puritan Perspective by Dr Martin Williams.

Dr Steve Voorwinde also contributed an article - Paul's emotions in 2 Corinthians: Part 2 (Chs 8-13). As did Daryn Graham who contributed Carpentry and Vocation During Jesus’ Lost Years.

Vox Reformata includes book reviews in the areas of Old and New Testaments, Theology and Christian Thought, Pastoral Theology, Church History, Missions and Evangelism.

Copies of Edition 81, as well as some back copies of other editions, can be obtained from the College office via an online enquiry or calling us on +61 (03) 5244 2955

INDICES FOR Vox Reformata ARTICLES ARE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD (up to Volume 70)