New Office Hours: Steve Baugh on Confessing the Reformed Faith and Doing NT Scholarship

It’s the first Monday of the month and that means it’s time for a new Office Hours podcast from Westminster Seminary California. This month Office Hours talks with Steve Baugh, Professor of New Testament at WSC. Steve is an outstanding scholar of . . . Continue reading →

Heidelberg 48: Two Natures Inconfusedly, Indivisibly, United In One Person

Early in post-apostolic Christian history confused believers and heretics alike sought either to conflate the two natures of Christ, with the result that Christ was made, as it were, to have only one nature (the monophysite heresy) or to separate the two . . . Continue reading →

Of Dominoes And Pulpits

In 1996 the first woman pastor was ordained in the Christian Reformed Church. The issue of women in ecclesiastical office had already been an issue in the CRC for over twenty years. A minority report at the 1984 Synod called into question . . . Continue reading →