All posts by KJ Drake

K. J. Drake is Academic Dean and Professor of Historical Theology at Indianapolis Theological Seminary. His publications include articles in the Journal of Reformed Theology and Westminster Theological Journal and online with the Modern Reformation and Credo Magazine. His first book entitled "The Flesh of the Word: The extra Calvinisticum from Zwingli to Early Orthodoxy" was published in the Oxford Studies in Historical Theology. Dr. Drake is an ordained Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church in America having served churches in both Missouri and Ontario.

Schmemann’s Vision of a Sacramental World and the Reformed Tradition

Alexander Schmemann is a window into a theological world much different than typically encountered in American evangelical circles. With a faith firmly grounded in the Russian Orthodox theological tradition and speaking determinedly into late-modern Western life, Schmemann has intrigued many...

/ August 30, 2022

Book Review: The Ascension of Christ by Patrick Schreiner

It is de rigeur to begin any work on the ascension with the contemporary church’s neglect of the doctrine. Despite numerous books published on the ascension in the past generation and the prominence of the doctrine in the creeds this...

/ September 11, 2020