Derek Thomas, Josh Walker and Nick Batzig discuss the regulative principle of worship.
Archive for July, 2009
Miles Van Pelt explains the importance of the original languages for Biblical study.
We discuss several new and forthcoming books and comment on two audio clips. The first comes from the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, PA and touches on Galileo’s relationship to the church. The second responds to a review of Stephen J. Nichols’ book Martin Luther: A Guided Tour of His Life and Thought.
John Fesko discusses his introductory exposition of the Ten Commandments.
Richard C. Gamble discusses volume one of his systematic theology.
Trinity OPC in Franklin, PA has provided a complete set of lessons from the Westminster Shorter Catechism.Â These lessons are helpful resources for catechetical instruction in the home and at church.
We dug out some of our “greatest hits” from the archives. These are the top episodes published in 2008. A Brief History of Trinitarian Thought with Carl Trueman Van Til’s Trinitarian Theology with Lane Tipton The Reformed Doctrine of Justification with John Fesko Recovering the Reformed Confession with R. Scott Clark Apologetics and Islam with […]
The word “catechizing” seems to elicit a multitude of reactions ranging from scorn to confusion. Whether someone envisages a family whose definition of fun is sitting around quizzing one another on their knowledge of 17th century cultural norms, or whether hearing this word leads them to say, “Cate-what?” there is no doubt that this practice […]
In his article Implementing Family Worship Joel Beeke offers a veritable soup-to-nuts approach to family worship.Â He offers several suggestions to help you establish God-honoring Family Worship in your homes. We trust this avoids two extremes: an idealistic approach that is beyond the reach of even the most God-fearing home, and a minimalist approach that […]
Thomas Aquinas and his relation to reformed theology.