The good folks at the Davenant Institute—who are now employing me—have just released a new book, God of Our Fathers: Classical Theism for the Contemporary Church (available on Amazon here), which contains a series of essays arguing for classical theism and its contemporary relevance.
There are some truly outstanding essays in the book and a foreward by Fred Sanders. E.J. Hutchinson’s work on Melanchthon alone is worth the price of entry, for those who are interested in this area of theology. I also have an essay on the subject of the eternal subordination of the Son debate and the troubled relationship between biblical and systematic theology. You can see a preview of some of the material in the book here.