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 →
It was a great joy to have Guy on campus and to spend time with him again. He is a scholar and a gentleman. You can see more photos and hear the three lectures for yourself here.
Thanks to Gary Johnson and Ron Gleason for their editorial work. David Wells wrote the foreword. Contributors include Paul Helm, Paul Wells, R. Scott Clark, John Bolt, Jeffrey Waddington, Paul Kjoss Helseth, and Martin Downes (HT: Martin Downes). Crossway says that this . . . Continue reading →
The annual January faculty conference focused on the relations between Reformed theology, piety, and practice and the emerging/emergent missional movement(s). The text of the talks are now available for free on the WSC website. They include: Friends or Foes: The Mission and . . . Continue reading →
It should be available at the Bookstore at WSC soon. Click on the image to order.
Edited by Gary Johnson and Ron Gleason, Reforming or Conforming contains essays on on Scripture (Paul Wells, and John Bolt), on John Franke’s use of postmodernism in theology (Paul Helm), on Brian McLaren’s relation to boundaries (Scott Clark), on Princeton and reason (Paul . . . Continue reading →
From the main page at Zerochurch: “We have a talk, but no preaching. We have an offering, but not for us, for the poor and oppressed. We have a warm community, but don’t care a lot about formal membership We have a . . . Continue reading →
There is a good deal of talk in contemporary evangelicalism about the rise, nature, and effect of so-called “postmodernism,” a movement in architecture, literature, philosophy, and religion associated with a circle of French writers such as Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida. In . . . Continue reading →
Kevin DeYoung, co-author of Why We’re Not Emergent (Even Though We Should We should Be) has a new blog. You can find more resources on the emergent/emerging movements here. There is also a chapter in RRC that offers a polite invitation to potential . . . Continue reading →
One of the hottest restaurants in my hometown of Chicago is Next. Chef Grant Achatz’s first restaurant, Alinea, has three Michelin stars and is regarded as one of the best restaurants in the world. Achatz wanted his second restaurant, Next, to be . . . Continue reading →