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 84 was released in September 2019. This edition brings together an eclectic range of articles.
Articles by RTC Lecturers: Ezekiel the Preacher: One of Us or One of Kind? by Dr Murray Capill, and Of Hinges and Echoes: Ezekiel 20:32 as a Hermeneutical Key to the Book of Ezekiel by Rev John de Hoog.
Articles by friends of RTC: Preaching Judgement from Ezekiel, and Preaching Hope from Ezekiel by Dr Iain Duguid; and Acts and Galations: The Perfect Dovetail? by Stephen Voorwinde.
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 84 can be purchased from the College online store or by calling us on +61 (03) 5244 8600.
INDICES FOR Vox Reformata ARTICLES ARE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD (back to Volume 70)