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Keckermann on Transubstantiation - by Matthew Gaetano For reasons that continue to perplex me, some of our readers still think that we at TRF don’t take seriously the fundamental theological debates of the Reformation. It seems to me that, while we are obviously interested in inter-confessional dialogue, we have also been quite clear about our conviction that the controversies of… Read More Keckermann on Transubstantiation The Damnable Faith of the Papists - by Matthew Gaetano As we look back this year to 1517 and the rupture in the Western Church that took place in the first half of the sixteenth century, it is worth stating clearly that, though the Regensburg Forum has an interest in inter-confessional dialogue, we do not think that the Reformers and Trent were saying… Read More The Damnable Faith of the Papists A Note on Aquinas and Penal Atonement - by Trevor Anderson Elsewhere I’ve discussed two aspirations of New Calvinist theology: a commitment to clear thinking and argumentation, and competent engagement with relevant conversations (viz., “scholarship”). Here I’d like to note an instance in one prominent New Calvinist resource that falls short of these two ideals and so illustrates the need for more promising modes of inquiry and argument. Steve… Read More A Note on Aquinas and Penal Atonement