The latest NTJ is out. This issue focuses on the controversy over the doctrine of Scripture at WTS/P. The NTJ is sponsored by the Old Life Theological Society and published quarterly (sort of) and edited by that redoubtable duo of Orthodox Presbyterians, . . . Continue reading →
John Muether writes the lead essay, “GA Roundup: Mute Courts” surveying some the major actions of the OP and PCA summer assemblies. If you’ve ever had to listen to a fraternal delegate abuse his privilege, you shouldn’t miss this one. Darryl Hart . . . Continue reading →
Here. This is a terrific interview about an even better book. If you haven’t read this book, I hope you will. There are many Van Til partisans and critics who have not understood Van Til in his historical-cultural-ecclesiastical context. Further, as Muether . . . Continue reading →
At the Old Life Theological Society.
Hey Mikey, He likes it! You can order your copy from The Bookstore at WSC.
It doesn’t look like much but the NTJ packs a verbal punch. Published by the Old Life Theological Society and edited by the redoubtable D. G. Hart and John Muether the Nicotine Theological Journal is “dedicated to recovering the connection between Reformed faith . . . Continue reading →
Don’t miss the next Heidelcast. Subscibe to the HC in iTunes. Search for “heidelcast” in iTunes. John Muether has written an outstanding book. I hope you enjoy the discussion as much as I did.
UPDATE 6 October 2010 Listen to the audio from yesterday’s presentation of the volume to Bob. Hywel Jones spoke as did Bob. § ORIGINAL POST 5 OCT 2010 It’s been a special day at Westminster Seminary in California. Joel Kim and I . . . Continue reading →
The latest issue of the Nicotine Theological Journal is out and it features essays by some of the PCA’s young guns. Jason Stellman, Wes White, Lane Keister, and Martin Hedman are thinking through the PCA’s Strategic Plan and what it means for . . . Continue reading →
Darryl Hart’s latest interview on Christ the Center is available now. He’s discussing his chapter in Always Reformed, “Make War No More? The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of J. Gresham Machen’s Warrior Children.” Don’t miss it. If you like this interview you’ll . . . Continue reading →
One of my favorite reads, the NTJ, is back in black (and white). As the Old Lifers explain, it’s in print for now but will be migrating to an online PDF. They’ve put the latest edition, Winter 2012, online as a PDF . . . Continue reading →
Cornelius Van Til is one of the more important figures in modern Reformed history. He was much influenced by Abraham Kuyper but he also had other influences and he has influenced generations of American (and other) Reformed pastors and teachers. He is . . . Continue reading →
The Heidelcast answers a phone call asking about NAPARC and what distinguishes the various confessional Reformed denominations and federations from each other. Thanks to the Rev Dr David Hall, Sr Pastor of Midway Presbyterian Church, (PCA) in Powder Springs, GA, the Rev Mr . . . Continue reading →
Machen considered the church in the book’s final chapter, where he argued that since modernism was a different religion altogether, the honorable thing for modernists to do was to withdraw from the church. Knowing this to be unlikely, Machen appealed to moderates . . . Continue reading →
One of my favorite reads, the Nicotine Theological Journal, is coming back. Produced by D. G. Hart and John Muether, the NTJ first appeared in 1997 and ended its first run in 2012. In a recent interview with Brad Isbell and Wresbyterian . . . Continue reading →
This is the first-ever “best of” Heidelcast episode. The Heidelcast has been in production since 2009. Not every listener has heard every episode and for this one we brought together some of highlights from 2010 including one of Dr Clark’s all-time favorites: . . . Continue reading →