Don’t try to tell that to Shane Lems!
Dr. Guy Prentiss Waters, associate professor of new testament at Reformed Theological Seminary and author of The Federal Vision & Covenant Theology and Justification & the New Perspectives on Paul, has been invited by the WSC faculty to deliver two special lectures . . . Continue reading →
My two Old Testament professors were both named Meredith Kline. The late Meredith G. Kline taught Pentateuch and Prophets. His son, Meredith M. Kline taught us Hebrew, historical books, and the Wisdom Literature. Now you can here both Merediths for yourself. These . . . Continue reading →
Excerpts from MGK
At Sermon Audio. (HT: Martin Downes. More resources for those just beginning to study covenant theology.
Here’s an excellent, brief summary in 100 words.
I’m so committed to the doctrine of republication that I’m republishing a series of posts from the old HB from Jan ’07 beginning with this one. — As Mike Horton acknowledges in his recent work on covenant theology, one of the more . . . Continue reading →
re-post from May 07. Part 1 is here. — As a follow up to the post of 16 January of this year. We’re discussing the doctrine of the “republication” of the covenant of works at the Puritanboard. Kevin asked about a quotation . . . Continue reading →
Part 1 is here. Part 2 is here. It may be that you do not read the comments section. That’s probably wise. Here are some revised and expanded responses to some questions/objections 1. The doctrine of the republication of the covenant of . . . Continue reading →
I’m working an essay on the history of covenant theology for a collection edited by Herman Selderhuis to be published by Brill in 2009. I just ran across something that I should have noticed, thought about or remembered years ago but didn’t. . . . Continue reading →
In the most recent edition of the Banner of Truth Magazine.
From WSC: Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3
Yes and yes. No, it’s not in the Scofield Reference or Ryrie Study Bibles.
The new edition should come out in November from Reformation Heritage Books. More details later. You can order the remaining copies of the original edition from WSC books. We’ll have the RHB edition when it is available.
Sure it’s anachronism, but Creed or Chaos makes a good point.
Thanks to Jay Collier at Joel Beeke and RHB for putting Caspar Olevian back into print. “This volume is the most comprehensive treatment of Olevian’s theology published to date. Reflecting an impressive breadth of research and depth of analysis, it delivers . . . Continue reading →
New at WSC.
One of the things I missed when I was laid up recently was an excellent convocation lecture by Dr John Fesko during his visit to WSC.
He reviews it here.
Tom Wright is just making up stuff about the history of Reformed theology. He’s admitted that he doesn’t know much about the history of biblical exegesis beyond Calvin and one or two others. It’s pretty clear that he doesn’t know much about . . . Continue reading →