Trinity Institute: A View from London

There aren’t many contemporary Reformed theologians whose writings I find more stimulating and insightful than Peter Leithart and Jim Jordan. On everything from biblical commentary to historical theology, from poetry to politics, from music and liturgics to eschatology and hermeneutics, the light of the gospel shines forth in fresh and sparkling colours from every new book and essay. Since iron sharpens iron, the prospect of Jim and Peter working together at the Trinity Institute is very exciting indeed. I thank God for this initiative, and I look forward to seeing what He does through the work of the Trinity Institute in the years ahead.

Steve Jeffery, Minister, Emmanuel Evangelical Church, Southgate, London

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