In Reformed Theology, what are seen as the implications of Traducianism versus Creationism (of the soul)?
Traducianism says that one's soul is derived from one's parents' souls, but creationism says that God creates a soul for each body. The Wikipedia articles are a start, but I'm especially interested ...
After looking at @Affable Geek's answer to an overview question on different understandings of why Jesus had to die, and in particular after his comment on Catholicism in this respect, I went to look ...
From a reformed theology perspective, if the Bible says the human soul will live on eternally, wouldn't that mean that human souls have always existed? What does reformed theology say about this?