Covenant Theology: The Unfolding Revelation of God's Plan of Salvation

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Covenant Theology: The Unfolding Revelation of God's Plan of Salvation
The Gospel By Numbers

The Gospel by Numbers

Message from T4G 2014

The Gospel By Numbers

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by Ligon Duncan

RTS at 9Marks at SEBTS
Dr Duncan will speak for the 9Marks Conference at Southeastern in September
RTS at 9Marks at SEBTS

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Introduction to Covenant Theology

by Filip LolićThe study of Covenant Theology is a topic vital to pastoral ministry and, frankly, to Christian ministry of any kind.  And so I am convinced that the time that you put into your study will be well spent.  It will pay not only you dividends but the people of God whom you serve dividends for years to come.  Let’s hear God’s word in Hebrews chapter 6, we’ll begin in verse 9. “But, beloved, we are convinced of better things concerning you, and things that accompany salvation, though we are speaking in this way. For God is not unjust so as to forget your work and the love which you have…

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A helpful article on #Ferguson from Bryan Loritts

Bryan Loritts, Pastor of Fellowship MemphisMy heart has been deeply grieved over the whole complex of events and aftermath of the situation in Ferguson, Missouri. Particularly painful has been hearing esteemed and beloved African-American Christian friends who have been disturbed, angered and discouraged by it all. Scotty Smith, one of the leaders who worked for the PCA racial reconciliation statement a decade & a half ago, recommended this article on #Ferguson. It may help white evangelicals who are nonplussed by the reaction to #Ferguson to have a window into another perspective…

The 49th Convocation of Reformed Theological Seminary

President Richardson recognizes Dr Waters as the Baird Chair of NTYesterday was a special day at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson. We celebrated a new (and large) incoming class of students and installed our newest chaired professor during Convocation. This was the 49th Convocation of RTS in Jackson, and it has been my joy to be a part in over half of them since joining the faculty in 1990. So, today was my 25th convocation and the beginning of my 25th year of professorial service. One of the joyful features of the day was the public recognition of Dr. Guy Prentiss Waters as the James M. Baird, Jr.…

A year at Reformed Theological Seminary

2014-08-19 09.28.52A year ago yesterday (August 18, 2013), I announced to the congregation of First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, MS my intention to accept the call of Reformed Theological Seminary to become the 5th chancellor of the institution (thanks for the kind reminder Barbara Wellborn). On September 1, 2013 I assumed the office and January 1, 2014 I began to devote myself full time to the work. Today, I am welcoming the incoming class of students to Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson - a group twice the size of last year’s incoming class here.…

RTS welcomes Michael Allen to RTS/Orlando

michael_allen_webThere is good news for RTS out of Orlando today! The Reformed Theological Seminary Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Dr. R. Michael Allen to the faculty of the Orlando campus. Dr. Allen will serve as the associate professor of…

Chad Van Dixhoorn’s Commentary on the Westminster…

2014-08-14 13.14.36I was thrilled to receive this in the mail today from our good friends at The Banner of Truth Trust. It is Dr. Chad Van Dixhoorn’s new commentary on the Westminster Confession of Faith. Chad teaches Church History at Reformed Theological…

Guy Waters on Historical Adam (via Ligonier)

Was-Adam-a-Historical-Person_620The good folks at Ligonier Ministries asked Dr. Guy Prentiss Waters, James M. Baird Professor of New Testament at RTS Jackson to give a short, popular, biblical, helpful response to the questions “Was Adam a Historical Person?” and…

RTS Down Under: Belcher teaches for Australian…

John Wilson, Richard BelcherI just got an encouraging note from my friend, John Wilson, who is the Clerk of Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria, Australia. Due in no small part to John’s influence, I had the joy of preaching the General Assembly of the…

Saturday Sermons: Philippians and the Fight for Joy

2014-08-09 19.15.08Philippians.  One small letter. Four brief “chapters.” 104 verses. About two and a half pages in 12 pt Times Roman type on 8 x 11 typing paper. Only about 2,381 words in English. Chock full of glory! Back in 2007, I did an exposition of…

What gathered worship should look like: Evangelistic

doxologicalevangelismWorship is not evangelism, but our worship services should always have the free offer of the Gospel in mind, and if we are God-centered and Bible-directed we will be evangelistic. Those who most believe in the sovereignty of God, and most long for…