Puritan Theology

Rev. James O’Brien, pastor of Reedy River PCA, joins with the Christ the Center panel for a discussion of all things Puritan. Rev. O’Brien shares his wisdom gained from years of reading and wrestling with various Puritan authors. He highlights…

The Church Fathers

The Christ the Center panel had the distinct privilege of recently interviewing Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin, professor of church history and Biblical spirituality at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, about the importance of studying the early church…

Reading the Church Fathers

Michael Haykin shares a few thoughts about reading the church fathers.

A Primer and Bibliography on Union with Christ

We have the usual book news and then provide an overview of the union with Christ discussion complete with a bibliography for those interested in reading more on the subject. Help the community out by contributing to the wiki entry…

Children’s Books

At the Reformed Forum, we realized we were not providing much content specifically oriented toward families and children. We’re attempting to remedy that gap in our offerings with reformedfamily.org. As a regular feature on this site, we plan to provide…

Why Johnny Can’t Preach

Why Can’t Johnny Preach? That is a good question. And it is a troubling question too. To try to get at an answer, the Christ the Center panel interviewed Rev. Dr. T. David Gordon, minister in the Presbyterian Church in…

Reformed Forum Wiki

We would like to begin offering transcripts of our podcast episodes, but unfortunately, transcripts are cost-prohibitive at this point. We hope to be able to begin offering transcripts of at least portions of our shows using our newly launched wiki.…

N.T. Wright’s Doctrine of Justification, Part 2

This is part 2 of a 2 part discussion with Guy Prentiss Waters. Part 1 is also available for download. The Christ the Center panel had the distinct privilege of discussing N. T. Wright’s new book Justification: God’s Plan and…
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