Recovering the Reformation: Oct 31-Nov 2 in Colo Springs

I’ll be there to speak at the Colorado Springs Reformation Day Conference hosted by Pastor David Reese and the good folks at the Springs Reformed Church. Here are the talks: Who’s Afraid of Martin Luther? Was The Reformation A Mistake? Who Needs A . . . Continue reading →

Heidelberg Conference on Reformed Theology 2013: Our Only Comfort

18-21 July 2013

This is the 450th Anniversary of the Heidelberg Catechism 1563). The SERK (Selbständige Evangelisch-Reformierte Kirche Heidelberg) is hosting a conference, in Heidelberg, this summer. The featured speakers are Joel Beeke, Mike Horton, Lyle Bierma, Victor E. d’Assonville, Jon Payne, Jason Van Vliet, . . . Continue reading →

Rosaria Butterfield: From Victim To Guest: Sexuality, Intersectionality, and Hospitality

Raised and educated in liberal Roman Catholic settings, Rosaria Champagne Butterfield earned her PhD from The Ohio State University and was a tenured professor of English and Women’s Studies at Syracuse University where she taught until 2002. In her late 20s she adopted . . . Continue reading →

AGR 2019 Conference Audio—Hospitality: The Gospel Comes With A House Key

On July 26, 2019 AGR and the Escondido United Reformed Church were pleased to co-host the first-ever Abounding Grace Radio conference. Our speaker this year was Dr Rosaria Butterfield. She is a former tenured professor of English and women’s studies at Syracuse . . . Continue reading →

You Say You Want A Reformation? October 11–12, 2019 In Boston

The late Reformation era slogan semper Reformanda has been often abused. It is often taken to mean that we need to get rid of basic Reformation convictions, e.g., sola Scriptura, the doctrine that Holy Scripture is sufficient for Christian faith and practice. What it . . . Continue reading →

Something New To Discuss During Our Q&A Session: Rosaria Changes Her Mind About “Conversion Therapy”

The category “conversion therapy” (CT) was always dubious. Coined in 1991, the term was a grab-bag, a way of lumping together a variety of approaches to the treatment of same-sex attraction (SSA). As a result of the various bans on CT, when . . . Continue reading →