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William B. Evans Articles
Recent meetings of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (ARPC) General Synod have been, for the most part, rather sedate affairs. In contrast to the period from the late 1960's until the early 1980's, when the Synod was persistently torn by debates over the authority of Scripture and the...
William B. Evans Articles
In my recent travels and conversations, the topics of Dr. Peter Enns' book and the author's relationship with Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia have come up repeatedly. Dr. Enns is the author of Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament (Baker,...
William B. Evans Articles
In my recent travels and conversations, the topics of Dr. Peter Enns' book and the author's relationship with Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia have come up repeatedly. Dr. Enns is the author of Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament (Baker,...
Psalm singing is experiencing a renaissance. A national worship conference being held this year is entitled "Rediscovering the Psalms". Websites are providing resources for people who would like to learn more about psalm singing. Churches are making strategic plans to train their members in psalm...
Mark Johnston Articles
It is one of best-known facts of Bible; yet it is shrouded in mystery. Its details are rehearsed every year in preaching, reading and song; yet they defy our comprehension. The virgin birth - or, more accurately, the virginal conception - of the Lord Jesus Christ is the point at which the...
Carl Trueman Articles
Well, who would have thought that it would be Pope Benedict XVI who provided one of the strangest `only in America , folks' moments of recent years. Yet it is undoubtedly true that he has done so. Benedict is, of course, a pope whose medieval predilections, whether theological, liturgical, or...
Carl Trueman Articles
Well, who would have thought that it would be Pope Benedict XVI who provided one of the strangest `only in America , folks' moments of recent years. Yet it is undoubtedly true that he has done so. Benedict is, of course, a pope whose medieval predilections, whether theological, liturgical, or...
Mark Johnston Articles
'I believe in God...!' So what? - don't most people? The number of real atheists in the world and throughout history is pretty small. So what's so special about these opening four words of the Apostles' Creed? The answer, of course, is what lies behind them. If you met a woman in the street who was...
Derek Thomas Articles
On the eve of the publication of Don Carson's new and important book, Christ and Culture Revisited, Derek Thomas caught up with him in an airport somewhere in the far East.... DT : Congratulations of the publication of Christ and Culture Revisited (Eerdmans, 2008). It obviously bears some link to...
Derek Thomas Articles
On the eve of the publication of his latest book, The Courage to be Protestant (Eerdmans, 2008), Derek Thomas asked him some questions about the reasons that lay behind its publication. DT: Congratulations David on the publication of your latest book! How is this related to the tetralogy (or is it...