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Logos 6

[Review] Logos Bible Software 6

Jared Oliphint and Camden Bucey explore the latest version of Logos Bible Software discussing new features and personal use cases. Here are just a few of the new features: The Gold Edition includes 1,034 books Textual Variants tool Lexham Textual Notes on the Bible Online Textual Variants Manuscripts Facsimile Resources (Books.Logos.com) All of the Atlas […]

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Our “Origin Story”

As in the comic books, Reformed Forum has its own “origin story.”

Logos 6

Logos 6 Is Here

Logos Bible Software rolled out the latest version of their awesome platform. Logos 6 adds a bunch of new functionality and a fresh new user interface. I’ve been running the latest version for a couple of weeks now. I use Logos every single day for personal devotions, sermon preparation, and other scholarly work. It’s been […]

Kline, God, Heaven, and Har Magedon

Law and Grace in Kline’s View of Israel

In his two plenary addresses at our recent 2014 Theology Conference, Lane G. Tipton develops several themes pertaining to obedience, merit, and the notion of a republication of the Covenant of Works in the Mosaic economy. Much has been written of late on the subject particularly with reference to the works of Meredith G. Kline. […]

We Reached Our Fundraising Goal!

Thanks to everyone who helped make our conference fundraising campaign a success. We were able to raise $7,905—beating our $7,500 target. This means that our inaugural theology conference is all-systems go for October 10–12 in Grayslake, Illinois, north of Chicago. We’re are ecstatic about this event! In the next week or so, we will be sending out […]

2014 Theology Conference

The 2014 Reformed Forum Theology Conference

Secure your place now. Join us for a unique theological learning experience that has been designed to promote face-to-face interaction among attendees and speakers. Reformed Forum has always been about making Reformed theological conversation available and accessible to anyone who is interested. For the past six years, we have done this mainly through our website and […]

Theologians in a Car Speaking about a Conference

Act Now to Secure a Place at the Reformed Forum Theology Conference

Join us for a unique theological learning experience that has been designed to promote face-to-face interaction among attendees and speakers. Reformed Forum has always been about making Reformed theological conversation available and accessible to anyone who is interested. For the past six years, we have done this mainly through our website and podcasts. Now you have […]

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We Need Your Help for Our New Christian Education Initiative

Reformed Forum is calling for volunteer web developers to assist in a new project. We plan to collect and organize our theological resources into course modules or structured collections of media that would better assist people in growing in their knowledge of the bible and its teachings. Christ the Center began in January 2008 as […]

Tullian on “Failure,” the Law, and the Gospel

Tullian Tchividjian posted strong words against Jen Wilkin’s TGC article, “Failure is Not a Virtue.” He says the article contains “theological muddiness,” but he intends to “dive beneath the surface and explore her post at a deeper theological AND existential level.” According to him, it reveals “deep theological confusion” and she “fails to deliver the real bad news […]

State of the Forum, March 27, 2014

Camden Bucey and Jared Oliphint discuss the possibility of a Reformed Forum conference, October 10–11, 2014 in Grayslake, IL. As it stands, the conference would be titled The Sons of God and would feature K. Scott Oliphint, Lane G. Tipton, and several Reformed Forum regulars. To make this idea a reality, we need your help. Please offer […]