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Reformation of the Church

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...

Humility as a Reformed Value

What does humility have to do with teaching the Bible? Much.

The Church in Exile: Recovering a Reformed View of the Displaced Community

Dr. Jennifer Powell McNutt - Theology Matters 2021 Conference

The Holy Spirit and Presbyterians

The history of Presbyterianism is more but not less than a history of the interpretation of the work of the Holy Spirit. It is...

Calvin Meets Voltaire – An Interview with Jennifer Powell McNutt

Editor’s note: Since we are not the first Christians or congregational leaders in the Reformed tradition to swim against strong cultural and intellectual currents,...

Invitation to a Pillar Fight

Preamble: Beyond the blue horizon an even-keeled professorship goes into dry dock claiming that (1) doctrine unites, (2) reason divides, and (3) bondage frees. I.  Surveying Our Rubble Let...

Martin Luther: A Moment to Remember

We consistently underestimate the power, significance, and gravitas of sin while consistently underestimating the power, significance, and gravitas of the transforming love of God.

Three Pastoral Insights From Martin Luther

Like many pastors across America and the world, I encouraged our congregation to observe the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. But churches were...

Does the Reformation Still Matter?

“There is no question the mainline church is dead,” he said. “The only question now is whether Evangelicalism is the seven demons that come...

Worship Matters

Throughout the 500th anniversary celebration of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther has been the principal character for reflection. At the center of Luther’s personal...