Things You Should Read: Credo on Old Princeton

I can’t lie.  I’m an unadulterated Baptist, but I am over the moon for “Old Princeton,” the street name for the conservative iteration of Princeton Theological Seminary (roughly 1812-early 1900s). Old Princeton was the confessional institution in America for a century, the first of the great American seminaries.  Its doctrinal outlook and methodology directly influenced [Read More...]

Doing Ministry with a Shelby Cobra Mustang Engine (Like Piper & Carson)

I just did an interview with Christ the Center, a podcast produced by the Reformed Forum, which is associated with Westminster Theological Seminary.  This is a high-powered theological podcast that has hosted such important discussions as the recent debate among Presbyterian theologians over justification and union with Christ (with Michael Horton and Lane Tipton) and [Read More...]

First Issue of Credo Magazine: John Frame, Bruce Ware, Tim Challies on Scripture

A few months back I made mention of a new magazine, Credo, which is reformed, credobaptistic, and focused on theology and history.  The first issue was published yesterday and it is a humdinger. Click here to go to the main page of the magazine.  Credo is an online production, and you can read it either [Read More...]


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