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REFORMED ETHICS

Vol. 5, No. 2 (Oct 2019)

Editorial: Christ’s Fourfold Declaration of Authority (Matt 28:18–20) / ERIC KAYAYAN

ETHICS AND RELATIONSHIPS

Interpersonal Forgiveness as a Gospel Standard / DOUWE J. STEENSMA
Islam and Women / CHRISTINE SCHIRRMACHER
Healing the Wounds of Trauma and Abuse / DIANE LANGBERG
Women, Sex, and a Question of Double Standards / KATHLEEN B. NIELSON

ETHICS IN HISTORY

"How Firm a Foundation" and the Westminster Confession of Faith / K. SCOTT OLIPHINT
Beza's Pastoral Calling: Combat, Encouragement, and Duty / OTTAVIO PALOMBARO
The Value of Marshall's Gospel Mystery of Sanctification / T. MICHAEL CHRIST

ETHICS AND SOCIETY

On Earth: Relational Anthropocentricism in Creation Care / ALESSANDRO PICCIRILLO
The Relevance of Calvin's View of Work and Calling to Christians in Newly Industrialized Countries / MATTHEW EBENEZER
Corruption, Bribery, African Concepts of God, and the Gospel / PHILLIPUS J. (FLIP) BUYS
Reformed Business Ethics-A New Approach to How Organizations Can Flourish / CHRISTOPHER D. STEED

INTERVIEW

Interview with Christopher Yuan / PETER A. LILLBACK

BOOK REVIEWS

Alan Jacobs. The Year of our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis / WILLIAM EDGAR
Elizabeth Agnew Cochran. Protestant Virtue and Stoic Ethics / DAVID B. HUNSICKER
Frances Luttikuizen. Underground Protestantism in Sixteenth Century Spain: A Much Ignored Side of Spanish History / DANIEL J. VOGEL
Herman Bavinck. Reformed Ethics: Created, Fallen, and Converted Humanity / CORY C. BROCK
John Murray’s Principles of Conduct—Some Personal Reflections / SINCLAIR B. FERGUSON