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Roger R. Nicole (born 1915) a native Swiss Reformed theologian and a Baptist, has long been regarded as one of the preeminent theologians in America. He is a Christian Egalitarian and Biblical Inerrantist.[1] He was an associate editor for the New Geneva Study Bible and assisted in the translation of the New International Version of the Bible. He was a founding member of both the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy and the Evangelical Theological Society, of which he is a past president. He holds a M.A. from Sorbonne, an S.T.M. and Th.D. from Gordon Divinity School, a Ph.D. from Harvard University, and a D.D. from Wheaton College.

He is Emeritus Professor of Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, Florida.[2] He also is professor emeritus of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. A devotee of mathematics and prolific writer, he has produced some 100 articles and contributed to fifty books and reference works. A bibliophile and distinguished librarian with a massive collection, he owns Calvin's Commentaries on the Gospels and Acts and other volumes from the 1500s and 1600s.[3] The library of Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando contains over twenty thousand of his personal books. They take up one half of the current library.

Respected internationally for his Christian statesmanship and scholarship, he is an acknowledged expert in the thought of Reformation leader John Calvin.[4] An avid philatelist, Nicole has a personal collection of approximately one million stamps. Evangelical commentator David F. Wells dedicated his 1985 release, Reformed Theology in America, simply “to Roger Nicole, a man of God.”[1] J. I. Packer has written this tribute to Nicole: "Awesome for brain power, learning and wisdom, endlessly patient and courteous in his gentle geniality, and beloved by a multitude as pastor, mentor and friend."[5]

Publications

  • Our Sovereign Saviour. Christian Focus Publishers, 2003. ISBN 1857927370
  • Standing Forth Collected Writings of Roger Nicole. Christian Focus Publishers, 2002. ISBN 1857926463
  • The Glory of the Atonement: Biblical, Historical & Practical Perspectives: Essays in Honor of Roger R. Nicole, by Charles E. Hill, Frank A. J. L. James, and Roger R. Nicole. InterVarsity Press, 2004. ISBN 0830826890
  • "True and false assurance" in Doubt & assurance. Edited by R.C. Sproul. Baker Book House [for] Ligonier Ministries, 1993. ISBN 0801083524
  • "Hermeneutics and the gender debate" in Discovering biblical equality: complementarity without hierarchy. Edited by Ronald W. Pierce and Rebecca Merrill Groothuis. InterVarsity Press, 2005. ISBN 0830828346
  • "The Nature of Inerrancy” in Inerrancy and common sense. Edited by Roger R. Nicole & J. Ramsey Michaels. Baker Book House, 1980. ISBN 0801067332
  • Moyse Amyraut: a bibliography with special reference to the controversy on universal grace. New York: Garland Pub., 1981. ISBN 082409350X
  • Reformed theology in America: a history of its modern development. Edited by David F. Wells. W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1985. ISBN 0802800963
  • "True and false assurance" in Doubt & assurance. Edited by R.C. Sproul. Baker Book House [for] Ligonier Ministries, 1993.
  • Reformation Study Bible. Associate Editor.
  • "A postscript on theology" in Basic Christian doctrines. Edited by Carl F. H. Henry. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1962. ISBN 0801040337
  • "Christians for Biblical Equality: Statement on Men, Women and Biblical Equality." Contributor. Minneapolis: Christians for Biblical Equality, 1989.
  • He has written over 100 articles and contributed to 50 books and reference works.[6]

References

  1. ^ a b Bailey, David W. "Do You Know Roger Nicole?" Columbia Evangelical Seminary "Coffee Talk." Online: http://columbiaseminary.edu/coffeetalk/115.html
  2. ^ Institute of Theological Studies, Grand Rapids, Michigan. https://its.gospelcom.net/lecturers/lecturer.php?lid=rrn01
  3. ^ Reformed Theological Seminary Quarterly. Footnote to Roger Nicole, Sanctification: Growing toward God. Online: http://www.rts.edu/quarterly/fall99/nicole.html
  4. ^ Bailey, David W. SPEAKING THE TRUTH IN LOVE: Life & Legacy of Roger Nicole. Solid Ground Christian Books, 2006. ISBN 1599250934
  5. ^ Amazon.com: SPEAKING THE TRUTH IN LOVE: Life & Legacy of Roger Nicole: Books: David W. Bailey,James I. Packer
  6. ^ http://www.rts.edu/faculty/StaffDetails.aspx?id=27 Reformed Theological Seminary Professor Emeritus
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