Anthology of select articles from a notable Protestant periodical
For forty years, from 1951 to 1990, The Reformed Journal set the standard among both evangelical and mainline Protestants for top-notch, venturesome reflection on a range of issues as diverse as the civil rights movement, the rebirth of feminism, the Vietnam War, South African apartheid, the plight of Palestinian Christians, and the rise of the Christian Right. With a lively, progressive mix of comment, opinion, and reviews it addressed the whole world of public life and expression from a coherent Reformed point of view.
In The Best of The Reformed Journal James Bratt and Ronald Wells have collected and assembled a critical anthology of the periodical?'s best representative writing, selecting pieces that cut across time and content and that exemplify the Journal?'s long-running position at the cutting edge of thoughtful Christian engagement with culture.