- The "article" headline for this on my Logos startup screen calls it the O. Palmer RobINson collection not the O. Palmer RobERTson collection. Where's the respect and editorial consistency?
- Two things to note: in the "look Inside" preview there a typo in the 3rd paragraph of ch. 2 - in the preview. The Hebrew printed is bet-resh-lamed; it should be bet-dalet-lamed: >> One way in which this concern for order is expressed is through the use of the word ברל. << That's the option immediately under the book cover. But scrolling down in description is the old preview of pages that are a concatenation of scanned images of original book. NOTE: those are *not* pages from Gorman's book, rather they are from Priesthood and Cult in Ancient Israel, ed by Gary A. Anderson. unintentional for sure, but shoot, now I want both titles!
- Question: Does this include the original graphic content, such as the cover picture (portaits of some great saints, e.g. Cornelius van Til)? Certainly not interested in finding digitized the ads and ad artwork from the periodicals, but if the non-text original content is also preserved. Thanks to anyone who can answer this.
- Ah, yes, its an American Revision, but which American Revision? Is this sourced from the "mainline" PCUSA, having in it therefore the changes from late 1800's/early 1900's to accommodate less-than-Reformed unions and mergers? Does it include the new, American chapters on the Spirit and on the Gospel? Or is it the American Revision that occurred shortly after the Revolutionary War secured independence from Britain and the chapter on Civil Magistrate needed to be updated to recognize no established churches in the new USA?
- Based on the Orthodox Presbyterian Church's (OPC) website, this appears to be the OPC/PCA version. I used the OPC's website to compare this version with the American revisions adopted by the OPC & PCA. https://www.opc.org/documents/WCF_orig.htmlAmerican Revisions to the Westminster Confession of Faith: The Orthodox Presbyterian ChurchThe Confession of Faith of the Westminster Assembly was approved by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on August 27, 1647, and (together with the Larger and Shorter Catechisms) has served as one of the doctrinal standards, subordinate to the Word of God, for Presbyterian churches since t…www.opc.org