Iain Murray on Revival

Iain Murray, who is one of today’s top biographers, has written a phenomenal book on the topic of revival titled: Revival and Revivalism. Banner of Truth summarizes Murray’s book in the following words: Marrying careful historical research to popular and relevant presentation, Revival and Revivalism traces the spiritually epoch-making events of the eighteenth and nineteenth … More Iain Murray on Revival

Review of Jeffrey McDonald’s Biography of John Gerstner

Jeffrey S. McDonald. John Gerstner and the Renewal of Presbyterian and Reformed Evangelicalism in Modern America. Eugene: Pickwick, 2017. 263 pp. $26.40. The twentieth century saw a renewal of evangelical Protestant orthodoxy. It also saw the birth of heterodoxy and heresy. The twentieth century also saw the birth, ministry, intellect, and conviction of John Henry Gerstner … More Review of Jeffrey McDonald’s Biography of John Gerstner

Know Your Evangelical Roots: Carl F. H. Henry and Kenneth Kantzer

Who are these evangelicals? What do they believe? Where did they come from? These types of questions seem to dominate much of the literature in theological studies. I want to help answer these questions and more by providing links to a series of lectures at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School by Dr. Carl F. H. Henry … More Know Your Evangelical Roots: Carl F. H. Henry and Kenneth Kantzer

Classical Theism and Theistic Personalism: Part 1, Understanding the Issues Between James Dolezal and John Frame

The nature and attributes of God ought to be considered one of the fundamentals grounding each doctrine of the Christian faith. In recent years there has been a debate between classical theists and theistic personalists. It is my contention  this debate touches not only on theology proper, but the doctrine of creation and our confession … More Classical Theism and Theistic Personalism: Part 1, Understanding the Issues Between James Dolezal and John Frame

John Gerstner: Inerrancy Series

John H. Gerstner (November 22, 1914—March 24, 1996), a native of Tampa, Florida, was arguably the preeminent Reformed theologian of his day. Gerstner earned graduate degrees at Westminster Theological Seminary and completed a Ph.D. at Harvard University in 1945. He was a professor of church history at Pittsburgh-Xenia Theological Seminary, and visiting professor at Trinity … More John Gerstner: Inerrancy Series