…without Losing the Reached. From yesterday’s URC student lunch on campus at Westminster Seminary California. Thanks to Pastor Stephen Donovan at Escondido URC for recording the session.
In USA Today (HT: Eric Landry)
The explanations emanating from the bureaucracy in St Louis as to why they cancelled the Issues Etc Radio show aren’t adding up in the Wall Street Journal (HT: Shane Rosenthal). I raised the question about ratings a few days ago. It would . . . Continue reading →
This is really good.
The bibliopalooza continues. People and Place, the final volume of Mike Horton’s very important, four-volume systematic theology is out and available at the Bookstore at WSC for $27.46. One of the great failings of contemporary evangelical theology, piety, and practice is that . . . Continue reading →
There’s another major project in the works. Here’s the preview.
Get the Book and DVD and save $21.11. If you’ve liked the series this year on the WHI you will love the book and vid.
Shane introduces the final volume in Mike Horton’s brilliant introductory series in systematic theology.
Westminster Seminary California is very happy to begin the year-long birthday bash for our favorite Reformer, John Calvin (1509-1564). We’re doing so with a conference 16-17 January, on the WSC campus, Calvin’s Legacy: Reforming the Church Today.
or whose fault is a Christless Christianity anyway? (HT: Kim Riddlebarger)
Thanks to pastor Christopher Gordon of Lynden URC for posting these lectures by my colleagues at Westminster Seminary California. Update 25 Dec 2008 The format for the files has been been converted to MP3. #1: Dr. W. Robert Godfrey When Will These . . . Continue reading →
I’m watching a video interview of Collin Hansen, author of Young, Restless, and Reformed. At about 21 minutes into the interview I heard a familiar voice: WSC alumnus Jonathan King (MA, HT), now a PhD student at TEDS. You might know JK . . . Continue reading →
First from Hywel Jones, as part of his series on Gen 3. You shouldn’t miss this series. The second is a terrific message by Mike Horton on the Corinthian gift to the Jerusalem chuch. These podcasts are free and you can subscribe . . . Continue reading →
it’s out in April (900+ pages!). Here’s the publisher’s description: Michael Horton’s highly anticipated The Christian Faith represents his magnum opus and will be viewed as one of—if not the—most important systematic theologies since Louis Berkhof wrote his in 1932. A prolific, . . . Continue reading →
Here. Thanks to Christ Reformed in Santee.
This hitherto unpublished review is appearing on the new WHI blog.
From the Adult Class at Christ Reformed URC in Santee (HT: Water is Thicker Than Blood)
In Christless Christianity Mike prosecuted the case against many forms of contemporary Christianity. That critique has found a hearing not only in North America but across the globe. It is finding a readership in Korea and elsewhere as they too find that . . . Continue reading →