One of the things Reformed Christians tend to do well is publish and lecture. Folks who identify with our tradition tend to read widely, and love to educate themselves, as well as stay informed about current issues/controversies through lectures and conferences.
I have had a number of interesting conversations of late with colleagues, church members, and seminary students, about those areas in which our tradition has not written widely, nor provided sufficient instruction through lectures/audio materials.
In light of these discussions, I would like to conduct a survey of sorts.
- Can you think of any topic(s) not sufficiently covered by a current (in-print) Reformed writer/speaker?
- Are there resources you need, but can't find?
- What topics need to be addressed in print (or a lectures series) that haven't been addressed?
Please leave your suggestions in the comments section below.
Who knows? You might just come up with the next great idea in Reformed publishing!