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Prof Richard Gamble

Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, PA

PhD (Basel, Switzerland), MA (Pittsburgh, US), BA (Westminster, US)
Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, PA
Formerly: Scholar in Residence, Great Lakes Gulf Presbytery, Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America
Areas: Calvin studies
Publications: The Whole Counsel of God: God’s mighty acts in the Old Testament. P & R [to appear 2008] “Essential Calvin Bibliography”, in A theological Guide to Calvin’s Institutes: Essays and Analysis, ed. Joseph Hall, P & R [to appear 2008] ‘Calvin and the Church’, Presbyterian Layman, 2007. “From the early Church through Constantine” in Revolutions in World View, ed. Andrew Hoffecker, P & R, 2007. “The doctrine of the Atonement from the Westminster Assembly to the 20th Century” in The Faith once delivered: essays in honor of Wayne Spear, ed. Anthony Selvaggio, P&R, 2007. ‘The relationship between Biblical Theology and Systematic Theology’ in Always Reforming: Explorations in Systematic Theology ed. A. T. B. McGowan, InterVarsity Press. 2006. “Calvin and Vermigli: A study in the Foundations of Reformed Eucharistic Theology” in Peter Martyr Vermigli and the European Reformations. Studies in the History of Christian Thought, ed. Frank James, Leiden: E. J. Brill. 2006 “Calvin’s Controversies” in The Cambridge Companion to John Calvin, ed. Don McKim, Cambridge University Press. 2006

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