RTS Charlotte 2014 Convocation

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

Covenant Theology

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

The Gospel by Numbers

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The Gospel By Numbers
2014-08-20 12.06.56

The Chaired Professors of RTS Jackson Waters (NT); Duncan (ST/HT); Medeiros (Missions); Van Pelt (OT)


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by Ligon Duncan

2014-08-27 11.54.43

The Chaired Professors of RTS Orlando: Frame (ST), Hill (NT), Sweeting (CH), Futato (OT)


The Chaired Professors of RTS Charlotte: Currid (OT); Belcher (OT); Kelly (ST); Kruger (NT); Cara (NT)

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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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Old and New Calvinism at ETS

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RTS at The Gospel Coalition National Conference #TGC15

TGCReformed Theological Seminary will have numerous speakers at next years TGC National Conference “Coming Home.” I hope that many of you will want to and be able to come join us in Orlando, Florida, April 13-15, 2015. Click here to go to the TGC Conference site: The 2015 Gospel Coalition National Conference. Here’s a quick list of our team who will be there. Yours truly, Augustus Nicodemus, Nancy Guthrie, Melissa Kruger, Scott Swain, Justin and Lindsey Holcomb, Mike Kruger and James Anderson will all be giving plenary addresses…

The Fight of Faith: To Trust in God, no matter what

Yosemite, CAIt is to take nothing away from the rest of the imperatives of the New Testament to say that the great fight of the Christian life is to trust God. To trust his promises, to trust his providence, to trust his goodness and love, to trust his presence and plan, to trust the wisdom of his commands. To trust HIM.

The God Who Forgives

Publican and PhariseeOur God is a forgiving God. From the beginning of the Scriptures to the end, God is praised as a God of pardon. Moses can exclaim that the God of Israel “keeps lovingkindness for thousands” and “forgives iniquity, transgression and…

Victoria Osteen, the glory of God and Reformed Worship

Man's Chief EndThis next installment of “What our Gathered Worship Should Look Like” has been helped by the internet storm caused by Victoria Osteen (wife of Joel Osteen of “Your Best Life Now” and prosperity gospel fame) because of comments…

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B. B. Warfield on Elijah and 1 Kings 19:9

b-b-warfield-portrait1As Jesus, when He sat in the judgment hall of Annas offering Himself as a victim for the saving of the world, yet had time to turn a significant glance upon Peter as he stood denying Him before the courtyard fire, and thus saved His poor repentant…

God and Katrina, August 29, 2005

KatrinaOn August 29, 2005, nine years ago today, Hurricane Katrina crashed ashore, and changed New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast forever. Here is the article that I wrote for the First Presbyterian Church newsletter, The First Epistle, that…

Books on the Cross of Christ

MacleodEvery Christian ought to want to know more of the Father’s great love for us and our Savior’s dying work for us in the atonement. The cross is at the heart of the Gospel, the heart of the Christian faith and the heart of the Christian life. The…