Re-posted from c. 2007 Dateline Paris, 1534. © Paris News Service By Guy LaFontaine Jean Calvin, 25, of Noyon, a leading scholar of the classics and law student in the University of Paris, has reportedly converted to the evangelical cause. A classicist . . . Continue reading →
This week Office Hours talks to the Rev Mr David Hall, Senior Pastor of Midway Presbyterian Church (PCA) and editor of the Calvin500 Series. In this interview we discuss the Calvin500 series and the recent volume Tributes to John Calvin. For more . . . Continue reading →
The latest volume in the Calvin500 series is the publication of the conference papers delivered last summer in Geneva as part of the year-long celebration (Calvinpalooza) of John Calvin’s 500th birthday. This is a wide-ranging collection of essays by a diverse, international . . . Continue reading →
It’s not unusual for a president to be in the capital, but our very own President (of Westminster Seminary California) W. Robert Godfrey is to speak in Washington DC this week, November 12, 7:00 PM on the topic, “Does He Still Matter?” . . . Continue reading →
A friend pointed me to an interesting video (the link is now dead) by a WSC alumnus, Lane Tipton. The video is meant to be a discussion of Calvin and his doctrine of justification. I was quite pleased to hear him say, . . . Continue reading →
Brian is a WSC grad, a scholar of Johannes Cocceius (more on this in a later post), and pastor of Christ Reformed Church (Washinton, DC). He’s hosting a fall speaker series on Calvin beginning October 8. He was interviewed on Calvin recently . . . Continue reading →
The guys at Ordinary Means (WSC grads and PCA pastors Shaun Nolan and Matt Bohling) interviewed Bob Godfrey and the audio is online.
Just recorded an interview with pastor Philip George (Calvary PCA, Glendale CA) for the show Fresh Bread. Part 1 airs this Sun, Oct 4 (2009) 8:45 AM Pacific on KKLA 99.5 FM.
WSC’s own Julius Kim spoke yesterday at the DGM conference in the Twin Cities. Here’s the coverage by the Christian Post.
Westminster Seminary California’s Bob Godfrey and the White Horse Inn’s Ken Jones are speaking at Glendale PCA on Saturday and Sunday. The schedule is here.
A recent correspondent pointed me to a bulletin insert offered by the PCA Christian Education and Publications Committee. The theme of the insert is the “Reformation, Calvin, and Government.” There are two questions here. The first is historical, the second is pastoral . . . Continue reading →
It’s a series of talks brought to you by Christ Reformed Church in Washington, DC. Speakers include Rob Norris, Bob Godfrey, Darryl Hart, and Bob Godfrey. If you’re in the DC metro you should go. If know someone who is in the . . . Continue reading →
The Calvinpalooza continues. This conference features, among others, WSC graduate the Rev Dr Brian Lee (pastor of Christ Reformed URC, Washington, DC) and the Rev. Mr Steven Arrick (WSC board member), pastor of Covenant URC in Lancaster. Click on the Calvin pic . . . Continue reading →
Well, not quite but they might be to some. First, the video clip of my Reformation Day sermon from a couple of years ago was removed from YouTube (how bad must one be to be removed from YouTube?) and re-posted. It’s now . . . Continue reading →
Here (HT: David Hall)
at YT (HT: DGH)
With no reference to our gracious Genevese hosts for the last 8 days I thought it would be fun to bring my experience of the 2009 Calvinpalooza to a close with a few more mundane observations. You know, of course, that Calvin . . . Continue reading →
The Calvin 500 planning committee has released the following revised schedule:
There is a generally fair piece on the resurgence of interest in Calvin and in aspects of his theology among evangelicals by Daniel Burke of the Religious News Service. It is better than most pieces as Burke took the time to interview . . . Continue reading →
The Calvinpalooza heads into the home stretch this summer. Modern Reformation has a special issue out this month focusing on you-know-whom. Mike has the lead essay. Excellent. There’s an appendix surveying the history of Calvin’s bad press. Dennis Tamburello (a Roman scholar) . . . Continue reading →