Jonathan Master
This week on Theology on the Go, our host, Dr. Jonathan Master is joined by the Rev. Dr. K. Scott Oliphint, professor of apologetics and systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, for a discussion on Confession and Apologetics. Dr. Oliphint’s academic interests include Cornelius Van...Continue reading.
Jeffrey Waddington
The Protestant Reformation declared that the Scriptures displayed four perfections: authority, clarity, necessity, and sufficiency. When we say that the Scriptures are sufficient we mean that God has given us all that we need to know for salvation and life. Continue reading.
Jeffrey Stivason
When I was young and living under my parent's tutelage, cleaning my room was a primary chore assigned to me. However, even though I was the chief custodian of my room I was not the boss! After cleaning, my mother would show up for the inspection. More often than not, she would look at me...Continue reading.
Danny Hyde
Meet the Puritans is pleased to announce Danny Hyde's newest book, Content Yet Contending: Jude (EP Books)...Continue reading.
Stephen Unthank
In today’s America it’s pretty much an accepted dictum that true freedom is being able to choose whatever it is we desire. And when it comes to sexuality and gay rights, this is especially the case. If a man desires to be with another man, true freedom is being able to do so without any restraints...Continue reading.
Jeffrey Stivason
Several years ago, I was eating lunch with a few pastors who were lamenting our current cultural condition. What made the conversation so memorable was the man seated beside me. He was a pastor from Eastern Europe. In fact, I arranged the lunch so that he could meet some American pastors. My...Continue reading.
Mark Johnston
For all is quaintness, the opening question and answer to the Westminster Shorter Catechism is iconic. Despite the best attempts by its updaters to give it a more contemporary feel, none seem to resonate in the way the original wording still does. (‘What is our main purpose in life?’ just does not...Continue reading.
David Smith
To regard human feelings, choices and opinions as ultimate reality, or the only thing that really matters can rightly be called “subjectivism;” the knowing the subject is the ultimate determiner of how things are to be interpreted. In this way of thinking and living it is not the object being...Continue reading.
Patrick Ramsey
Patrick Ramsey begins a new series on the Antinomian-Neonomian controversy in the seventeenth century.Continue reading.
Grant Van Leuven
My seminary professor of missions emphasized what is often glossed over when discussing and doing mission work: the Bible not only presents a message but a method of its delivery. Similarly, the Bible has its own method of apologetics (self-defense) to which we must defer: it presents itself as...Continue reading.
Martin Blocki
In a previous post, I spoke to the question of how the Confession guards orthodoxy in the context of the current debate regarding bathroom usage by transgenders in my community just north of Pittsburgh in Western Pennsylvania. The Confession also provides the assumptions necessary for the people...Continue reading.