WSC's latest faculty publication comes from Dr. Fesko. He's written an essay entitled, “Reformed Orthodoxy on Imputation: Active and Passive Justification.” The essay is part of a special edition of the academic journal, Perichoresis. This special edition of the journal celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Reformation by examining contemporary perspectives on Reformed Orthodoxy. In addition to Dr. Fesko, journal contributors include:

Richard Muller – “Directions on the Study of Early Modern Reformed Thought”

Andreas Beck – “Reformed Confessions and Scholasticism: Diversity and Harmony”

Randall J. Pederson – “Reformed Orthodoxy in Puritanism”

Gijsbert van den Brink and Aza Goudriaan – “The Image of God in Reformed Orthodoxy”

Dolf te Velde – “The Relevance of Reformed Scholasticism For Contemporary Systematic Theology”

The issue editors, Gijsbert van den Brink and Aza Goudriaan have assembled an excellent collection of essays, but one of the best parts of this special edition is that it's free!

You can download all of the essays here

So, tolle et lege! Take up and read!