Dr. Mathison Contributes to a New Volume on Reformation Theology
Posted On March 31, 2017
Reformation Bible College professor of Systematic Theology, Dr. Keith Mathison, has contributed to a new volume titled Reformation Theology: A Systematic Summary.
Here is a taste of Dr. Mathison’s chapter, The Lord’s Supper:
The sixteenth-century debates over the nature of the Lord’s Supper resulted in divisions that exist to this day. The Reformers agreed that the Roman Catholic doctrine, which understood the Supper as a representation or repetition of Christ’s sacrifice, was unbiblical. They also agreed in their rejection of the Roman Catholic doctrine of transubstantiation. When pressed to provide their own explanation of the presence of Christ in the Supper, however, they were unable to come to agreement.
Reformation Theology: A Systematic Summary is now available for purchase.