Archive for December, 2008


Van Til’s Trinitarian Theology

Lane G. Tipton joins the panel again to discuss Cornelius Van Til’s particular formulation of Trinitarian theology.  Dr. Tipton is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary (PA) and has written a dissertation on the topic.  Join us as we talk about Dr. Van Til’s theology and the importance of his Trinitarian theology […]

Made in the USA

The Christ the Center panel once again had the privilege of meeting with Dr. Stephen Nichols, Research Professor of Christianity and Culture at Lancaster Bible College and Graduate School, this time discussing his book Jesus: Made in America. Dr. Nichols gave us a summary of the book and the panelists interacted with him about the […]

Deconstructing Evangelicalism

Christ the Center was pleased to have Darryl G. Hart back to talk about his book Deconstructing Evangelicalism.  Hart points out that Evangelicalism actually is an umbrella term used to unite conservative Christians from different traditions.  There never has been a generic Evangelical.  The panel discussed the different senses of the word “Evangelical” and noted […]

A Few New Books

You may be interested in a few new books that have hit the shelf. John Calvin: A Heart for Devotion, Doctrine & Doxology edited by Burk Parsons The Erosion of Inerrancy in Evangelicalism: Responding to New Challenges to Biblical Authority by Greg Beale Concise Reformed Dogmatics by J. van Genderen and W. H. Velema Reformed […]

Thomas Boston: Preacher of the Fourfold State

The panel of Christ the Center had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Philip Graham Ryken, Senior Minister of historic Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, with regard to his doctoral dissertation, Thomas Boston: Preacher of the Fourfold State. Dr. Ryken has authored many other books, including Galatians and 1 Timothy in the Reformed Expository Commentary series, The […]