On January 25, 1767, the ship from Ireland bearing William Waddel, his wife, and five daughters made port in Charleston, South Carolina. William moved his family from the Low-Country to … Read more→
Archive for the ‘Reformed Church’ Category
William Anderson Scott was born to parents of Scotch-Irish descent, Eli and Martha Anderson Scott, January 30, 1813, at Rock Creek in Bedford County, Tennessee. The Scotts found frontier Tennessee … Read more→
In this first full-scale English biography of Abraham Kuyper, the highly influential religious and political leader of Dutch Calvinists in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, historian James … Read more→
Dr. James Bratt speaks about Abraham Kuyper: Modern Calvinist, Christian Democrat (Eerdmans). Dr. Bratt places Kuyper in historical context and clarifies Kuyper’s thought and life for current reflection on theology and … Read more→
Darryl G. Hart returns to the program to speak about the history of Calvinism from his new book, Calvinism: A History. The episode gives a taste of the book, the … Read more→
The surnames of Alexander, Miller, Hodge, and Warfield are familiar as faculty of Princeton Theological Seminary, but despite his having served over twenty years in the seminary, McGill’s name is … Read more→
Chris Donato speaks about the major views of the Lord's day.
Christ the Center continues their coverage from TGC2011.
Brian Najapfour discusses Taking Hold of God: Reformed and Puritan Perspectives on Prayer.
Josh Harris, Mike McKinley and others join the program from TGC2011.