Edited by Matthew Barrett and J.V. Fesko
While our circumstances may differ today, the need to recover biblical authority in the church and in the culture remains. The next generation of Christians need to be taught, perhaps for the first time, that this is no ordinary book we hold in our hands. It is the very Word of God…..
Albert Mohler's Foreword to God's Word Alone
Zondervan has now made available R. Albert Mohler’s Foreword to Matthew Barrett’s new book, God’s Word Alone: The Authority of Scripture.
Credo devotes a page to Mike Ovey's lectures and publications
Many grieve the sudden loss of Mike Ovey, principal of Oak Hill College. Credo has made many of Ovey’s lectures and writings available.
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The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have released a joint statement on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The statement recognises that ‘many Christians will want to give thanks for the great blessings they have received to which the Reformation directly contributed’. Furthermore it includes among those blessings, ‘clear proclamation of the gospel of grace, … Read MoreRead More
Among conservative evangelicals, there’s a longstanding, friendly debate over whether or not every sermon should include a concise summary of the gospel message. By this I’m not talking about the use of a gospel-centered hermeneutic which connects every passage of Scripture to the person and work of Jesus, say, the approach to Bible interpretation taught … Read MoreRead More
J. V. Fesko, Academic Dean, Professor of Systematic Theology and Historical Theology at Westminster Seminary California, and Matthew Barrett, Tutor of Systematic Theology and Church History at Oak Hill Theological College in London, are pleased to announce the start of a new series with Mentor (the academic arm of Christian Focus): Reformed, Exegetical and Dogmatic … Read MoreRead More
D. A. Carson has written some very kind words reflecting on his own experience with Mike Ovey: “Mike Ovey was equally at home talking about such Fathers as Hilary of Poitiers and Athansius of Alexandria, and tracing the intricacies of current debates on justification. He was at home in the councils of the great and … Read MoreRead More
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