Carl R. Trueman
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Modern culture is obsessed with identity. Since the landmark Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court decision in 2015, sexual identity has dominated both public discourse and cultural trends—yet no historical phenomenon is its own cause. From Augustine to Marx, various views and perspectives have contributed to the modern understanding of the self. Carl Trueman analyzes the development of the sexual revolution as a symptom—rather than the cause—of the human search for identity. Trueman surveys the past, brings clarity to the present, and gives guidance for the future as Christians navigate the culture in humanity’s ever-changing quest for identity.
Modern culture is obsessed with identity.
Since the landmark Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court decision in 2015, sexual identity has dominated both public discourse and cultural trends—and yet, no historical phenomenon is its own cause. From Augustine to Marx, various views and perspectives have contributed to the modern understanding of self. In The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self, Carl Trueman carefully analyzes the roots and development of the sexual revolution as a symptom, rather than the cause, of the human search for identity. This timely exploration of the history of thought behind the sexual revolution teaches readers about the past, brings clarity to the present, and gives guidance for the future as Christians navigate the culture’s ever-changing search for identity.
O papel das confissões e credos é o tema do debate de hoje dentro do evangelicalismo à medida que muitos ressoam o chamado para retornar às antigas raízes do cristianismo. Defendendo uma perspectiva equilibrada, Carl Trueman oferece uma análise do porquê os credos e confissões serem necessários, como eles se desenvolveram ao longo do tempo, e como podem funcionar na igreja de hoje e amanhã.
“Conheço poucas pessoas mais preparadas para escrever este livro. Como acadêmico e pastor, Trueman combina seu conhecimento como historiador com algumas importantes observações bíblicas para fazer uma defesa convincente de O Imperativo Confessional. Este livro provará sua imensa utilidade no ambiente eclesiástico da atualidade.”
— Mark Jones
“Aqui está uma visão verdadeiramente inspiradora, em que as igrejas podem ser libertadas da insipidez, inconstância e disfunção por meio da profunda apreciação da fé que recebemos. Trueman nos mostra que o uso de credos é necessário e graciosamente enriquecedor. Informativo e convincente, este livro tem o necessário para realizar um grande bem.”
— Michael Reeves
Martin Luther’s Classic Work, Newly Translated by Robert Kolb
Originally published in 1520, The Freedom of a Christian is one of Martin Luther’s most well-known and enduring treatises. In it, Luther examines Christian ethics and how justification by faith alone impacts the liberty of believers. He famously writes, “A Christian is a free lord of everything and subject to no one. A Christian is a willing servant of everything and subject to everyone.” Luther also further develops ideas and doctrines that were key to the Reformation, such as the priesthood of all believers and union with Christ.
This addition to the Crossway Short Classics series features a new translation from the original German to English by renowned Reformation scholar Robert Kolb. The Freedom of a Christian reminds modern-day readers that it is ultimately grace that transforms God’s people and frees us to love and obey.
- Accessible: Helpful for those looking to learn more about Luther and the Christian life, both new Christians and seasoned saints alike
- Part of the Crossway Short Classics Series: Introducing modern-day readers to classic works of faith—other volumes include Fighting for Holiness; Heaven Is a World of Love; and The Emotional Life of Our Lord
- New Translation: Translated from the original German by world-renowned scholar Robert Kolb, author of Martin Luther: Confessor of the Faith.
- Foreword by Carl R. Trueman: Author of the bestselling book The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self
In 'Een vreemde nieuwe wereld' beschrijft Carl R. Trueman de historische, filosofische en technologische factoren die de huidige identiteitspolitiek bepalen. Hij biedt niet alleen een toegankelijke analyse van de invloed van technologie en pornografie, maar ook van de culturele ideologie van denkers sinds de Romantiek. Trueman biedt een broodnodig Bijbels perspectief op persoonlijkheid en gaat de confrontatie aan met onze tijd van 'expressief individualisme'. Hij laat zien hoe we ons kunnen bewegen in een cultuur die vaak vijandig staat tegenover christelijke overtuigingen.
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A Christian Answer to the Identity Angst of Our Culture
In the 21st-century West, identity is everything. Never has it been more important, culturally speaking, to know who you are and remain true to yourself. Expressive individualism—the belief that looking inward is the way to find yourself—has become the primary approach to identity formation, and questioning anyone’s “self-made self” is often considered a threat or attack.
Prompted by his own past crisis of identity, Brian Rosner challenges the status quo by arguing that, while knowing yourself is of some value, it cannot be the sole basis for one’s identity. He provides an approach to identity formation that leads to a more stable and satisfying sense of self. This approach looks outward to others—acknowledging that we are social beings—and looks upward to God to find a self who is intimately known and loved by him. How to Find Yourself equips readers from a variety of backgrounds to engage sympathetically with some of the most pressing questions of our day.
- Challenges the Status Quo: Examines and critiques expressive individualism—the leading strategy for identity formation
- Gospel-Centered: Identifies an approach to identity formation in Jesus’s life story and God’s personal knowledge of his children
- Accessible: Helpful for a wide audience of laypeople, students, and church leaders
- Foreword by Carl R. Trueman: Opens with a message from the author of The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self
From Philosophy to Technology, Tracing the Origin of Identity Politics
How did the world arrive at its current, disorienting state of identity politics, and how should the church respond? Historian Carl R. Trueman shows how influences ranging from traditional institutions to technology and pornography moved modern culture toward an era of “expressive individualism.” Investigating philosophies from the Romantics, Nietzsche, Marx, Wilde, Freud, and the New Left, he outlines the history of Western thought to the distinctly sexual direction of present-day identity politics and explains the modern implications of these ideas on religion, free speech, and personal identity.
For fans of Trueman’s The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self, this ebook offers a more concise presentation and application of some of the most critical topics of our day. Individuals and groups can work through the book together with the Strange New World Study Guide and Strange New World Video Study, sold separately.
- Cultural Analysis from a Christian Perspective: Explores the history of the sexual revolution and its influence today
- A Concise Version of The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Offers an approachable presentation of the points in Trueman’s popular book
- A Great Resource for Individual and Small-Group Study: Each chapter ends with thought-provoking application questions
- Part of the Strange New World Suite: Can be used with the Strange New World Video Study and Strange New World Study Guide
Carl Trueman analyses the theology of the great Puritan theologian, John Owen, paying particular attention to his vigorous trinitarianism. To understand Owen, we need to see him as a seventeenth-century representative of the Western trinitarian and anti-Pelagian tradition. Trueman demonstrates how Owen used the theological insights of patristic, medieval, and Reformation theologians to meet the challenges posed to Reformed Orthodoxy by his contemporaries. A picture emerges of a theologian whose thought represented a critical reappropriation of aspects of the Western tradition for the purpose of developing a systematic restatement of Reformed theology capable of withstanding the assaults of both the subtly heterodox and the openly heretical.
Table of Contents:
1. Owen in Context
2. The Principles of Theology
3. The Doctrine of God
4. The Person and Work of Christ
5. The Nature of Satisfaction
6. The Man Who Wasn’t There
Appendix One: The Role of Aristotelian Teleology in Owen’s Doctrine of Atonement
Appendix Two: Owen, Baxter, and the Threefold Office
Carl R. Trueman is professor of biblical and religious studies at Grove City College.
“Drawing on recent scholarship from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the author brings attention to the important continuity that exists between the theology of John Owen and Reformation thought on the one hand and the continuity between theological method and that of the Church Fathers and Medieval doctors on the other hand . . . sound historical methodology and . . . a successful attempt to debunk many of the myths surrounding Reformed Scholasticism.” - Willem J. Asselt, University of Utrecht
Grace is the heart of the Christian gospel. It's a doctrine that touches the very depths of human existence and makes Christianity such an essential alternative to the dissolution and nihilism of modern culture. Grace Alone guides you into a better doctrinal understanding of the issue and gives you a more glorious vision of an active and saving God.
The language of grace fills the Bible so much that to say "grace alone" may not evoke much reflection. Unlike "faith alone," there's no theological controversy among expressions of Christianity. Reviving one of the five great declarations of the Reformation (and one of the more overlooked)—sola Gratia—professor and church historian Carl Trueman:
- Provides a thorough definition of grace as it's found in the Bible and an overview of biblical references to, and teaching on, grace.
- Tracks the doctrine of grace as it's been articulated throughout church history, with discussions of Augustine, Pelagius, Thomas Aquinas, and ending with the Reformation and theologies of Luther and Calvin.
- Looks at the relationship between the means of grace and the modern church, defining the practical implications of the Reformation's understanding of grace.
Explanations throughout on the relationship of grace to sin, salvation and glorification, God's sovereignty, the sacraments, and the controversies regarding freewill and predestination. Grace Alone is a beautiful and much-needed revival of this foundational doctrine and the assurance of salvation.
—THE FIVE SOLAS—
Historians and theologians have long recognized that at the heart of the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformation were five declarations, often referred to as the "solas." These five statements summarize much of what the Reformation was about, and they distinguish Protestantism from other expressions of the Christian faith: that they place ultimate and final authority in the Scriptures, acknowledge the work of Christ alone as sufficient for redemption, recognize that salvation is by grace alone through faith alone, and seek to do all things for God’s glory.
The Five Solas Series is more than a simple rehashing of these statements, but instead expounds upon the biblical reasoning behind them, leading to a more profound theological vision of our lives and callings as Christians and churches.
Martin Luther’s historical significance can hardly be overstated. Known as the father of the Protestant Reformation, no single figure has had a greater impact on Western Christianity except perhaps Augustine. In Luther on the Christian Life, historian Carl Trueman introduces readers to the lively Reformer, taking them on a tour of his historical context, theological system, and approach to the Christian life. Whether exploring Luther’s theology of protest, ever-present sense of humor, or misunderstood view of sanctification, this addition to Crossway’s Theologians on the Christian Life series highlights the ways in which Luther’s eventful life shaped his understanding of what it means to be a Christian. Ultimately, this book will help modern readers go deeper in their spiritual walk by learning from one of the great teachers of the faith.
Part of the Theologians on the Christian Life series.
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