Is it wrong to think you are right? Greg Koukl doesn’t think so. Click here to find out why?
This statement was posted back in June. It’s a joint statement between Westminster Seminary and Dr. K. Scott Oliphint.
Polemics is a strong verbal attack on someone or something. Should pastors be involved in polemics? This is the question that Jonathan Master and James Dolezal discuss in the July 27, 2020 A Place for Truth podcast.
Here is an interview that John John Piper conducted back in 2015 with J. I. Packer (72 minutes in length).
It appears that for a short time you can access for free, some courses taught by faculty of Knox Theological Seminary (registration is required).
“It is foolish to ask whether something that God does is right, as if we possessed an independent standard by which we could know that.” – Geerhardus Vos, Reformed Dogmatics, Vol 2: Anthropology (Lexham Press), 33.
The denominational office of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church has reopened as of June 28. The clerk’s statement on this is here.
The latest in the Cultivating Biblical Godliness series is Geoffrey Thomas’s booklet, What is True Religion?