Found: Hardcopies Of Always Reformed

Always Reformed: Essays in Honor of W. Robert Godfrey

This volume was published in 2010 in celebration of Bob Godfrey’s sixth-fifth birthday. It is a collection of essays by Reformed scholars on a variety of topics. Contributors: Sinclair Ferguson, D. G. Hart, Richard Muller, Michael Horton, Kim Riddlebarger, R. C. Sproul, . . . Continue reading →

Always Reformed Available Again In Hardcopy

The WSC bookstore was closed for the summer but it’s open and selling faculty titles online again. This means that the hardcopy of Always Reformed: Essays in Honor of W. Robert Godfrey is once again available via online order. In the interim . . . Continue reading →

Baptism, Election, And The Covenant Of Grace Available

After a summer re-model, the seminary bookstore is back online, which makes it again possible to order copies of Baptism, Election, and the Covenant of Grace more easily. Click on the image for your copy. It’s $1.50 plus shipping. You can also . . . Continue reading →

American Evangelicalism: From David Joris to David Koresh

NPR has a story today reminding us that the Branch Davidian episode was twenty years ago (HT: Ann Althouse). The story is worth hearing. Ann Althouse raises the question whether NPR is turning our attention to the Branch Davidians in order to . . . Continue reading →

Office Hours: Hywel Jones on Preaching the Doctrine of Regeneration (You Need to Hear This)

Of course I always want you to listen and subscribe to Office Hours but I especially want you (and everyone) to hear this interview with the Rev Dr Hywel Jones on preaching the doctrine of regeneration to Christian congregations. We’re discussing Hywel’s . . . Continue reading →

Pastor Dave is Looking for Courageous Calvinism in the PCA

He writes: “I’m not sure that there are many in the PCA with this conviction. We are going with the flow, paddling with the current of broad evangelicalism seeking relevance, influence, and recognition. And sadly, to the extent we pursue those things . . . Continue reading →

Machen Wasn’t Nice: Darryl Hart on the Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of Machen’s Warrior Children

Darryl Hart’s latest interview on Christ the Center is available now. He’s discussing his chapter in Always Reformed, “Make War No More? The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of J. Gresham Machen’s Warrior Children.” Don’t miss it. If you like this interview you’ll . . . Continue reading →

Pastor Shane is Reading Always Reformed

He writes: “It may never catch on, but I like this kind of language better: ‘The Reformed tradition’ or ‘The Reformed part of Christianity’ (or something along those lines). . Read more» Order your copy of Always Reformed from the Bookstore at WSC . . . Continue reading →

Lane is Reading Always Reformed

Lane writes: “In the time of Machen, and even afterward, Reformed folk generally approved of Machen’s fight against liberalism, although even there they were hesitant to adopt the same level of combativeness that Machen had.” Read more»

Austin is Reading Always Reformed

Austin writes: “I didn’t know what to expect, but I have to say I love this collection of essays. Diverse, stimulating, very readable, reflective, scholarly, page-turning, and a work that I see as advancing Reformed reflection, not regurgitating.” Read More» UPDATE He’s . . . Continue reading →

On Precisionism and Latitudinarianism (Again)

In 1520 Martin Luther published one of his most influential treatises, On the Babylonian Captivity of the Church. in it he attempted to set the church free from bondage to human opinion by unleashing again, as it were, God’s Word as the . . . Continue reading →