About Tom Wenger

Tom Wenger graduated in 2003 from Westminster Seminary California with an MA in Historical Theology. He has since pastored in Washington D.C., Annapolis, and is presently pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Crofton, MD. He is author of the essay “The New Perspective On Calvin: Responding To Recent Calvin Interpretations” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 50 (2007): 311–28. Tom is Vice-Chairman of the Heidelberg Reformation Association.

Old and Bald: Responding to Salvation by Allegiance Alone by Matthew Bates

Reading though Matthew Bates’ recent work, Salvation by Allegiance Alone: Rethinking Faith, Works, and the Gospel of Jesus the King, took me back 20 years to my seminary days.1  Back then the New Perspective on Paul was tearing up the scene in . . . Continue reading →

What About Love? A Crucial Piece Missing From The Sanctification Debate

While the debate rages (or rambles) on in Reformed circles about the Christian’s motivation for obedience, a piece that seems to be missing from much of the discussion is the crucial role that love plays in our obedience to our Heavenly Father. . . . Continue reading →