Is now online here (PDF) It’s free and features essays by Danny Hyde on why dispensationalism is so popular, by Bill Bruinsma on the necessity of the moral law for the Christian, by me on whether God is capricious, and book reviews of . . . Continue reading →
Is online. Howard Sloan is Coordinating Secretary of the HRA and writes in the introduction to this month’s issue: Blessings and peace to you in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. This month’s issue is themed “Recovering the Reformed Confession.” This . . . Continue reading →
Here. This month features an essay by our own pastor Danny Hyde.
At the Heidelberg Reformation Association.
Info is online. The theme is: “I Am Not My Own” I’ll be there (after a fashion) More Info:
I’m sorry for the quality but here is audio of a lecture I gave (via DVD) to the Heidelberg Reformation Association in May on Calvin’s doctrine of assurance. I’m working on getting the video on the web. It’s on my computer (mac . . . 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 →
Happy New Year from the Heidelblog! Continue reading →
Rosaria Butterfield will be in conference Friday evening, July 29, 2022 at the Escondido United Reformed Church (located at 1864 N. Broadway, Escondido CA, 92026) at 7:00 PM. Raised and educated in liberal Roman Catholic settings, Rosaria Champagne Butterfield earned her PhD from the . . . Continue reading →
Conference audio will be available after the conference. This free conference is co-sponsored by:
Our mission has not changed. We remain committed to recovering the Reformed confession, i.e., it theology, piety, and practice. If anything, this past year has only increased our sense of the need and importance of this mission but we need your help. Continue reading →
Like many other organizations the HRA is in the process of moving away from PayPal, which has recently signaled its intent to limit access by organizations that do not meet their ideological (and religious) standards. We are working on this. We will . . . Continue reading →
Just a quick note before the end of the year from your friends at the Heidelberg Reformation Association. The HRA is now a 501(c)(3) organization. This means that your gifts to the HRA are tax-deductible. As we come to the end of . . . Continue reading →