O. Palmer Robertson is a multifaceted man who in his life has taken on many roles—pastor, scholar, author, church planter, seminary professor, and missionary-administrator. This collection of essays seeks to honor him by embodying the Reformation and Westminster flavors of Old Princeton theology and Old Southern Presbyterianism. Further, the essays demonstrate how this blend of Old Princeton and Southern Presbyterianism bore fruit in Robertson’s theological formulation, ecclesiastical life, pastoral ministry, and worldwide impact.
Ric Cannada Jr.
The authors in this volume are known well by Reformed evangelicals, and their variety is a good representation of those who appreciate Palmer Robertson and is a tribute to his extensive ministry through the years. The subjects of these articles are intriguing and interesting, and their content is helpful, Christ-centered, and God-honoring. May this volume point some to Jesus Christ as the promised Savior of the Old Testament fully revealed in the New Testament. May it confirm others in their love for the Savior and their commitment to serve him well.
Chancellor Emeritus, Reformed Theological Seminary