William H. Smith shares several thoughts on the conservative movements currently forming within the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). As a member of (and now pastor-elect in) a sister denomination, … Read more→
Camden Bucey is the president of Reformed Forum. He graduated with an MDiv and is currently a PhD candidate at Westminster Theological Seminary. Camden is a member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and a licentiate of the presbytery of Philadelphia. You can follow Camden on Twitter at @camdenbucey.
In an essay on the importance of Christian scholarship, Machen demonstrated a strong view of the antithesis between believers and unbelievers (so much so that one might be tempted to … Read more→
In an essay celebrating the 100th anniversary of Cornelius Van Til’s birth, William Edgar compared Francis Schaeffer to Cornelius Van Til. Much has been made about their different approaches to … Read more→
Camden Bucey explores basic features of the apostle Paul’s theology, seeing how Christian suffering must be understood in light of Christ’s own suffering and the believers union with Christ by faith.
Believers who have died are with the Lord, but until the Lord returns in glory their souls are separated from their bodies. Is it proper to characterize this separation as form of suffering?
In his post “The Christian Leader in the Digital Age,” Albert Mohler raises a number of important issues for Christians (and Christian leaders) to consider in light of this generation’s … Read more→
Dr. David VanDrunen, Professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics at Westminster Seminary California, has reviewed and responded to Kingdoms Apart: Engaging the Two Kingdoms Perspective in the latest issue of Ordained Servant, … Read more→
In his 1853 address to the Society of Alumni of Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, R. L. Dabney advocated for simplicity in pulpit style. Dabney calls preachers to what I would call “immediacy.” … Read more→
In a recent blog post, Michael Horton shares a number of helpful points about the mindset of unbelief. In what presents itself as objectivity, the unbeliever actually brings a host … Read more→
The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals have released the first two episodes of The Mortification of Spin with Carl Trueman and Todd Pruitt. It’s billed as a bi-weekly casual conversation about things that … Read more→