Pantocrator Press

This imprint emphasizes the mediatorial kingship of Jesus Christ, “Pantocrator” (παντοκράτωρ) or “Lord of All,” translated in the Bible as “Almighty,” e.g. Revelation 1: 8: “‘I am the Alpha and the Omega,’ says the Lord God, ‘who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty [Pantokratór]’” (KJV). The books published under this imprint will emphasize this lordship, in recognition of Jesus Christ “the faithful witness, the firstborn of the dead, and the ruler of the kings of the earth” (1: 5).

The Huguenot cross is the symbol of French Calvinism, perhaps the purest form of biblical Christianity and the most zealous exponent of Jesus Christ Pantocrator in the history of the church.

 

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Reformed Ecclesiology in an Age of Denominationalism

Once upon a time, the state shared the public square with the church. The central location of the church building ...
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Article 36 of the Belgic Confession Vindicated against Dr. Abraham Kuyper A Critique of His Series on Church and State in Common Grace

To this day, Abraham Kuyper stands as a shining example of responsible and effective Christian action in all areas of ...
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The Debate that Changed the West Grotius versus Althusius

Author: Ruben Alvarado At the dawn of the modern age a debate took place which would determine the further course ...
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Liturgy in the Reformed Tradition Oepke Noordmans

There are many forms of liturgy in the contemporary church, but they are not always critically assessed. Liturgy can be ...
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Calvin and the Whigs

Calvin and the Whigs A Study in Historical Political Theology

This new study investigates the relationship between Calvinism and the natural rights/social contract tradition of constitutionalism, as epitomized in the ...
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