The Five Solas Today

Camden Bucey speaks at Faith OPC in Pole Tavern, NJ on the topic of the five solas and their abiding significance. This lesson was part of Faith OPC’s annual Reformation Day celebration. We apologize in advance for the audio quality in the latter half of the recording. For various reasons, the recorder had to be moved to a nearby pew rather than remain on the lectern. Regardless, this is an exciting lesson that emphasizes the contemporary church’s position in the history of doctrine and her task to hold those truths firm in the present day.


Turretin and Right Reason

Jeff Waddington and Camden Bucey speak about Francis Turretin and his insights into the much debated topic of right reason. Theologians have debated the effects of sin upon the mind. In the Reformed world, this debate often centers upon figures such as Charles Hodge and B.B. Warfield of Old Princeton in addition to Abraham Kuyper and Cornelius Van Til. Jeff Waddington brings Francis Turretin’s thoughts into view.

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Are All Van Tilians Equal?

In this brief episode, Camden Bucey discusses the Van Tilian interpretive tradition. Cornelius Van Til was an influential figure in the development of a distinctively Reformed apologetic. Camden Bucey discusses the issue of divergences in the Van Tilian interpretive tradition. In drawing out the insights of Greg Bahnsen, John Frame, Scott Oliphint, and Lane Tipton, Bucey provides a brief look into the current landscape of Van Tilian apologetics.

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Founders of Westminster Theological Seminary

Westminster Theological Seminary was founded in 1929 as a result of denominational conflict within the Presbyterian Church in the USA. J. Gresham Machen brought together several men in an attempt to carry on the rich Reformed tradition of Old Princeton. In this episode of Historia Ecclesia, Jonathan Brack provides of a sketch of three of those men: Paul Woolley, Ned B. Stonehouse, and Cornelius Van Til.


The Fight Against Liberalism: Foreign Missions

Darryl Hart continues his series on J. Gresham Machen looking at Machen and the Independent Board of Presbyterian Foreign Missions. The independent board was created as a reaction to the liberal theology permeating the denominational board. The controversy surrounding the board eventually led to Machen’s removal as minister of the Presbyterian Church.

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