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The Theology of John Bunyan’s Holy War

The Rev. Dr. Robert McKelvey unfolds the theology of one of John Bunyan’s classic allegories, The Holy War. Rev. McKelvey is Pastor of Westminster Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Windber, PA and has written a book on Bunyan titled Histories That Mansoul and Her Wars Anatomize: The Drama of Redemption in John Bunyan’s Holy War. In unpacking Bunyan’s allegory, McKelvey describes the Lord’s glorious plan of redemption and consummation that unfolds in Scripture.

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David Morgan

7 years ago

The audio is that of episode 240, both using the flash playing and when downloading it via the link. (I hope the move went well.)

Camden Bucey

7 years ago

David, thanks for letting me know. I’ve updated the link.

Things are going well here in Wheaton. I’m hoping to get the studio up and running by Monday for a few new recordings.

Stephen

7 years ago

Hello Reformed Forum

I have enjoyed listening to Dr. McKelvey’s discussion on “The Holy War” by John Bunyan. A helpful web site wothh a look is http://www.bunyanministries.org by Dr.Barry Horner who’s Doctor of Ministry degree from Westminster Theological Seminary in California focused on A Bunyan Issue.

Best Regards

Stephen

Camden Bucey

7 years ago

Thanks for the link. I should also mention that we interviewed Dr. Horner regarding Pilgrim’s Progress on episode 141.

Nick

7 years ago

Bob was my lecturer at JWTC in South Africa, so great to hear him again, thanks for the great show.

Nick

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