Blog Posts by Rick Phillips

PCRT Has Begun!

Article by   March 2008
I just returned from the opening session of the 2008 Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology in Sacramento, the theme of which is Precious Blood: The Atoning Work of Christ.  It was a tremendous evening, with a hungry crowd at Immanuel... continue

Inductive Bible Studies and the Road to Rome

Article by   January 2008
It certainly is remarkable to witness such core evangelical institutions as InterVarsity and Urbana now showing openness and (is it possible?) even turning to Roman Catholicism.  But I think that with hindsight, we can see at least some of the... continue

Savoring Luke

Article by   January 2008
Today I crossed a finish line that had long been stretched out before me: I finished editing Phil Ryken's two-volume Luke commentary for the Reformed Expository Commentary.  Phil was enormously gracious to me, since due to work overload and a... continue

Savoring Luke

Article by   January 2008
Today I crossed a finish line that had long been stretched out before me: I finished editing Phil Ryken's two-volume Luke commentary for the Reformed Expository Commentary.  Phil was enormously gracious to me, since due to work overload and a... continue

Christ and/or Muhammad

Article by   January 2008
I want to thank John Piper for his bold rejoinder to A Common Word, an ecumenical movement to foster peace among Muslims and Christians.and especially to the Christian response from over 300 Christian leaders, including many leading Evangelicals.  As Piper points... continue

Christ and/or Muhammad

Article by   January 2008
I want to thank John Piper for his bold rejoinder to A Common Word, an ecumenical movement to foster peace among Muslims and Christians.and especially to the Christian response from over 300 Christian leaders, including many leading Evangelicals.  As Piper points... continue

2008: A Year for Family Worship

Article by   January 2008
Returning to our editor's theme for the start of this year, I would make another suggestion for "the most important issue facing the church in 2008?"  Having already suggested a renewed passion for world missions and the support of the growing... continue

2008: A Year for Family Worship

Article by   January 2008
Returning to our editor's theme for the start of this year, I would make another suggestion for "the most important issue facing the church in 2008?"  Having already suggested a renewed passion for world missions and the support of the growing... continue

2008: The Church in Developing Nations

Article by   January 2008
Derek asks what we think is the most important issue for the church in 2008.  I would answer that for the entirety of the Church -- that is, the worldwide church -- the most important issue is that we see... continue

The Salvation of Covenant Infants

Article by   January 2008
Justin linked on his blog to my post below regarding our recent loss of a baby.  A woman named Christie commented on her desire for biblical support for my confidence in the salvation of our lost child.  There must be... continue
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