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Ruth Through New Eyes: Under His Wings

A commentary on the book of Ruth for the Through New Eyes series.

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95 Theses for a New Reformation

Edited by Aaron Hebbard. Pastor Lusk’s essays are "Let the Church Seek God Where He Has Promised to Be Found: In Word and Sacrament" and "Let the Church Care for Orphans".

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I Belong to God: A Catechism for Covenant Children

The real heart of catechesis is to form in our children a covenantal identity, a sense of belonging to God and to the church. Our children need to be taught who they are in Christ so they can live faithfully in the church, family, and world. We must train our children in such a way that their whole lives will be a grand Amen to their baptisms.

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Paedofaith: A Primer on the Mystery of Infant Salvation and a Handbook for Christian Parents

At what point is it reasonable to suggest that a covenant child has faith? In this book, Rich Lusk answers these questions and more, giving hope to Christian parents that their little ones do indeed belong to Christ and have the capacity to trust Him.

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The Auburn Avenue Theology Pros & Cons

The Knox Theological Seminary Colloquium on the Federal Vision.

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A Faith That Is Never Alone: A Response to Westminster Seminary in California

A major response to Westminster Seminary in California by Reformed theologians on controversies surrounding the New Perspective of Paul, the Federal Vision, Law and Gospel, and the teachings of Norman Shepherd (a contributor to this work)

Essay Contributions:

“Federal Vision Postcards”

“Future Justification: Some Theological and Exegetical Proposals”

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The Church Friendly Family

Of the making of books about marriage and the family, there is no end. The family is in trouble today -- and has been since the sin of our first parents. But the rescue of the family requires more than just good advice, helpful as that can be. It requires more than just a focus on the family. It requires that the family be brought into the church of Jesus Christ.

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The Federal Vision

In this fresh and stimulating study, several of today’s most provocative Reformed theologians combine efforts to work toward a better understanding of the Covenant. The Federal Vision communicates the importance of applying a more robust Covenant theology to our study of the relationship between obedience and faith, and to the role of the Church and Sacraments in our salvation.

Essay Contributions:

“Paedobaptism and Baptismal Efficacy: Historic Trends and Current Controversies”

“New Life and Apostasy: Hebrews 6:4–8 as a Test Case”

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Omnibus III: Reformation to the Present

Contributor, edited by Douglas Wilson and G. Tyler Fischer

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Omnibus IV: The Ancient World

Contributor, edited by Douglas Wilson and G. Tyler Fischer

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Omnibus VI: The Modern World

Contributor, edited by Douglas Wilson and G. Tyler Fischer

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The Glory of Kings: A Festschrift in Honor of James B. Jordan

Over the past several decades, Reformed theologian and biblical scholar James B. Jordan has produced a unique body of work. His electrifying commentaries and essays on Scripture, along with his penetrating writings on Trinitarian theology, liturgics, music, and culture have inspired a growing number of pastors and theologians. In this Festschrift, Jordan's friends and associates celebrate his contributions by applying his methods and insights to a range of biblical, theological, liturgical, and cultural questions. The Glory of Kings aims to bring Jordan's work to the attention of a wider audience and to introduce the work of a scholar that R. R. Reno has called "one of the most important Christian intellectuals of our day."

Essay Contribution:

"Holy War Transformed"

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The Second Adam & the New Birth: Or the Doctrine of Baptism as Contained in Holy Scripture

In this classic volume, nineteenth-century Reformed Anglican M.F. Sadler provides invaluable insight into the Sacrament of Christian Baptism. Drawing from a great multitude of both Old and New Testament texts as well as the work of the Church's greatest theologians (including Augustin, Anselm, Aquinas, Luther, Calvin and Cranmer), Sadler demonstrates that orthodox Christian theology has traditionally recognized baptism as the basis of our union with Christ, the Second Adam. The product of this study is an impenetrable defense of infant baptism and a brilliant exposition of the manner in which the Scriptures speak of the relationship between the Sacraments, the Church and salvation. Now, in publication for the first time in over a century, The Second Adam and the New Birth is here to challenge and inform an entirely new generation of churchmen and theologians.

Foward by Rich Lusk

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Journal Articles

"Baptismal Efficacy and Baptismal Latency: A Sacramental Dialogue" in Presbyterion: Covenant Seminary Review, Spring 2006. A version of the essay is available here.

"An Immodest Proposal for Pursuing Peace and Purity in the Body of Christ: A Plea for Reformed Catholicity" in Reformation and Revival Journal, Winter 2004. Now available on site here.

"N. T. Wright and Reformed Theology: Friends or Foes?" in Reformation and Revival Journal, Spring 2002. Now available on site here.