William Franklin Graham, Jr (November, 7, 1918 – February 21, 2018) (Jonathan Master)

The Bible tells us that Christ graciously gives gifted people to His Church for her growth and maturity. Among these are the evangelists. Today we learned that the best known American evangelist has died; he is now present with the Lord whom he served…

Essential Tools for Preaching Christ (Part 3) (Ryan McGraw)

When a man and a woman are engaged to be married they can hardly talk about anything else. In fact, we might suspect that something is wrong if they don’t express excitement about the wedding. The church is espoused to Christ and looks forward to the …

Aquinas Reconsidered (Richard A. Muller)

Richard A. Muller, Review of Thomas Aquinas by K. Scott Oliphint, foreword by Michael A. G. Haykin (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing, 2017).Scott Oliphint’s highly negative verdict on the thought of Thomas Aquinas demands some response if on…

What Do You Know? (Robert Brady)

In January, Meet the Puritans began a new series studying Richard Muller’s Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics. Join Danny Hyde in Week 6 as he discusses not just what we know, but how we know:What’s theology? What does God know? What can we know? How …

A Liberating Theology? (Donny Friederichsen)

In several recent conversations with friends who pastor “Gospel-centred” churches, the topic of Liberation Theology has come up. In the course of these discussion, I came to realize that I was not as familiar with the basic tenets of liberation t…

Looming Debate Over SSA (Richard D. Phillips)

These days, it seems that almost every week social media uncovers another eruption along the Presbyterian Church in America’s (PCA) volcanic fault line between social accommodation/compassion and biblical obedience. This week, a conference promoting st…

Looming Debate Over SSA (Richard D. Phillips)

These days, it seems that almost every week social media uncovers another eruption along the Presbyterian Church in America’s (PCA) volcanic fault line between social accommodation/compassion and biblical obedience. This week, a conference promoting st…

The Last Judgment (Nick Batzig)

Last night, I preached a sermon on Psalm 7–one of the lamentation Psalms of David, which he presumably wrote while hiding from Saul in the caves of Adullam.  A good portion of the Psalm is taken up with David crying out to the Judge of all the ea…

The Last Judgment (Nick Batzig)

Last night, I preached a sermon on Psalm 7–one of the lamentation Psalms of David, which he presumably wrote while hiding from Saul in the caves of Adullam.  A good portion of the Psalm is taken up with David crying out to the Judge of all the ea…

Martin Bucer and the Reform of Worship (Terry L. Johnson)

If Martin Bucer (1477-1548) is not an unsung hero of the Reformation, he is certainly an undersung hero. This particularly is the case when it comes to public worship. Bucer’s fingerprints are all over Calvin’s Form of Church Prayers (1542) as well as…