John Gerstner on The Westminster Confession of Faith

January 14, 2016Reformed

Now that we are into the twenty-first century, John H. Gerstner (1914-1996) tends to be forgotten. He shouldn’t be. His contribution to 20th century Reformed theology was significant. Gerstner was a Professor of Church History at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and an authority on the life and theology of Jonathan Edwards. Gerstner counted among his students R.C. Sproul and … Read More

Hypothetical Universalism (Paul Helm)

January 6, 2015Reformed

Recently there has been quite a bit of interest in the variety of views held by Reformed theologians within the parameters of confessional orthodoxy. For example, it is argued the view that is described as ‘Amyraldian’ or ‘hypothetical universalist’ is in fact a variety of views. It has been generally assumed that these are two … Read More

Reformed Dogmatics by Geerhardus Vos now in English!

September 3, 2012Book of Acts, Fred Zaspel, Reformed

By Fred G. Zaspel–   Well, it’s not entirely new, of course. Geerhardus Vos’ Gereformeerde Dogmatiek has been around since 1896. But it has been available only in Dutch. Now, thanks to Logos Bible Software and under the editorial direction of Richard Gaffin — long a Vosian affectionado — this important expression of Reformed theology … Read More

Are you Reformed? (Part 2)

July 27, 2012Calvinism, Doctrines of Grace, Reformed

By Richard Lucas– A Brief, Selective History of the Five Points of Calvinism, with respect to TULIP. As I previously mentioned, in my limited experience the T.U.L.I.P. acronym has taken on a role of huge significance in identifying those who self-describe themselves as Reformed.  While it is something of an historical novelty, these New Calvinists … Read More

Are you Reformed? (Part 1)

July 26, 2012Calvinism, Doctrines of Grace, Reformed

By Richard Lucas– Perhaps the question has been posed to you at one time or another.  The appropriate answer it seems depends almost as much on the questioner as the one replying.  For those in the emerging “Young, Restless, and Reformed” category, they might not realize that not everyone else understands the self-describing moniker of … Read More

The Christian Mind

April 10, 2012Audio, Reformed

A couple of weeks ago Ligonier Ministries held their 2012 National Conference on the theme, “The Christian Mind.” We would like to share some of the audios and videos with you today. Below you will find messages by R. C. Sproul, Robert Godfrey, Albert Mohler, Sinclair Ferguson, Michael Horton, Steven Lawson, Stephen Meyer, and others.