Thanks to the Puritan Resource Center.
At Against Heresies.
Martin Downes has a book coming out and Sinclair Ferguson has written the foreword, which is online now.
And he will be giving the annual den Dulk lectures at WSC 23-25 March, 2010. The den Dulk lectures are given each year by an experienced Reformed pastor to share pastoral wisdom born of experience. The lectures will be at 10AM in . . . Continue reading →
This year, the annual Robert G. and Nellie B. den Dulk Lectures on Pastoral Ministry will be brought by the Rev. Dr. Sinclair Ferguson on March 23, 24 & 25, 2010. Dr. Ferguson will deliver three lectures at 10:00 a.m. each day . . . Continue reading →
Sinclair is at Westminster Seminary California this week. He is speaking on 2 Cor 4:7-8 about, among other things, the spirituality of pastoral ministry, the transience of the visible. Yesterday the students enjoyed a pizza lunch with Sinclair and today the faculty . . . Continue reading →
The den Dulk lecture series was established by the den Dulk family in order to bring experienced pastors to campus for a week each academic year in order to give them an opportunity to speak to students about the ministry, about pastoral . . . Continue reading →
The series is titled, “Not ourselves, but Jesus Christ . . . with ourselves: The Heartbeat of Gospel Ministry.” They are online now here.
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 WSC bookstore was closed for the summer but it’s open and selling faculty titles online again. This means that the hardcopy of Always Reformed: Essays in Honor of W. Robert Godfrey is once again available via online order. In the interim . . . Continue reading →
Santa Christ is sometimes a Pelagian Jesus. Like Santa, he simply asks us whether we have been good. More exactly, since the assumption is that we are all naturally good, Santa Christ asks us whether we have been “good enough.” So just . . . Continue reading →
…Dr. Shepherd makes no attempt to define his concept of covenant, and yet it is imperative, in view of its centrality to scripture, theology , and history, that this term should be defined, and used with the utmost precision. …He assumes that . . . Continue reading →
If final justification is dependent on something we have to complete it is not possible to enjoy assurance of salvation. For then, theologically, final justification is contingent and uncertain, and it is impossible for anyone (apart from special revelation, Rome conceded) to . . . Continue reading →
Sinclair Ferguson will be delivering the annual Den Dulk Lectures This Friday and Saturday, March 17 and 18, 2023 in the chapel at Westminster Seminary California. If you are unable to be present the lectures will be available via livestream on the . . . Continue reading →