New: Reformed Covenant Theology: A Systematic Introduction By Harrison Perkins

Covenant is an unavoidably and obviously important category in Scripture. Throughout the history of the church, beginning in the very earliest years of the post-apostolic church, there have been numerous attempts to account for the covenants, but it was not until the . . . Continue reading →

Upcoming Conference: Eugene Reformed Bible Study Conference

Consider attending the upcoming conference at Eugene Reformed on March 16th, 2024. There will be several OPC pastors presenting on topics like the history of the OPC and what it means to be Presbyterian, including S. M. Baugh. You can download the PDF . . . Continue reading →

Audio: A Palace, A Prince, and A Point

A sermon by R. Scott Clark entitled, “A Palace, a Prince, and a Point” Editor’s note: This audio was originally published in 2011.  RESOURCES Subscribe To The Heidelblog! The Heidelblog Resource Page Heidelmedia Resources The Ecumenical Creeds The Reformed Confessions The Heidelberg . . . Continue reading →

Psalm 2: God Is King Over The Nations Part 2—The Solution

There used to be a gameshow called American Gladiators in which amateur athletes competed in ridiculous tests of strength against professional “gladiators.” The culminating showdown was always a duel atop raised towers where the leading contestant faced down a gladiator, each wielding . . . Continue reading →

The Secret of Knowing God’s Will (Part 1)

The single most pressing question I hear is: “How can I know God’s will?” Prospective seminary students want to know whether they should attend seminary. Couples want to know whether they should get married. Ministers want to know whether to take a . . . Continue reading →

Sub-Christian Nationalism? (Part 17)

“My kingdom is not of this world. If my kingdom were of this world, my servants would have been fighting, that I might not be delivered over to the Jews. But my kingdom is not from the world.” (John 18:36) One of . . . Continue reading →