Pleading for a Reformation Vision: The Life and Selected Writings of William Childs Robinson
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A minister of the Presbyterian Church in the United States for more than sixty years, William Childs Robinson tirelessly laboured to arrest the Southern Presbyterian Church's slide toward a liberal theological position and preserve the old Calvinism that had marked the church from its beginning.
In seminary classrooms, in pulpits across the South and beyond, and in the courts of the church, Robinson's voice was heard "pleading for a Reformation vision"? based on faithfulness to Scripture and supported by the testimony of Reformers, English Puritans and Scottish Covenanters.
Though unsuccessful in halting the church's decline into theological liberalism, Robinson's long years of ministry influenced successive generations of students and ministers, many of whom preserve his legacy by pleading for the same "Reformation vision"?.
"I have often said that Dr. William Childs Robinson was the greatest scholar I had the privilege of studying under. I believe that I took every elective that he offered and would say that his theological influence on my thinking was greater than that of any other teacher."?
- D. James Kennedy
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