Theology Matters Conference - Oct 8-10th, 2024

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Why Tradition?

People are always shouting they want to create a better future.  It’s not true. The future is an apathetic void of no interest to...

Christianity and Liberalism – A Centennial Review

This year marks the hundredth anniversary of J. Gresham Machen’s Christianity and Liberalism. It is one of the bestselling religious books ever published in...

Encouragement for the Journey

The work of parish ministry is one of the most daring and demanding journeys that one can take. It is not without profound meaning,...

Pastoral Ministry and Scholarship

Why do pastors need to be trained as scholars, and how can their theological studies be organized so that their training as scholars will...

The Confession that the PCUSA Needs

The writing of a new confession of faith is not undertaken lightly, for “any proposed change to the Book of Confessions should enhance the...

Moses, Death, and the Continuation of Ministry

Deuteronomy brings the Pentateuch and Moses’ life to their respective conclusions. These two important things are interrelated. Deuteronomy’s conclusion (34:1–12), in which Moses dies,...

What All Christians Should Know

Heinrich Bullinger (1504–1575) is widely known as the author of the Second Helvetic Confession (1566). But his series of fifty sermons entitled Decades (1549–1551)...

Characteristics of Reformed Theology

John H. Leith was one of the most influential teachers of Reformed theology in the twentieth century. A new book containing selections of his...

Spiritual Friendship –  The Evangelical Brotherhood in Colonial America

On October 22, 1746, Acting Governor John Hamilton of New Jersey granted a charter for the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) to...

John Owen on the Beatific Vision – Historic Reformed “Spirituality” in Action

A good number of you might never have heard of John Owen, but for those of you who have, he might well be something...