Patrick Ramsey takes up the interesting question of does Jesus repent for us? In what sense can we affirm? In what sense can we not?Read more
Patrick Ramsey writes on how we can imitate Jesus Christ contra the extreme of antinomianism.Read more
This is the final post in a four-part series on the life and relevance of Samuel Rutherford (1600-1661). Read more
The 39
In today's post, Henry Jansma and the 39 Articles lead us from the sacraments generally to that of baptism...Read more
Ryan McGraw reviews The Cambridge Companion to Reformed Theology, showing how it illustrates two versions of what it means to be Reformed.Read more
Rutherford for the 21st Century
Despite every hardship, Samuel Rutherford was profoundly committed to the ministry of the Gospel.Read more
Joel Beeke's sixth installment in his survey of Puritan thought on the Lord's Supper, focusing on their view of the right reception of communion...Read more
Bob McKelvey resumes his series introducing and summarizing various themes in Puritan theology with God's decrees...Read more
Patrick Ramsey writes on how we can imitate Jesus Christ while avoiding the extreme of moralism or theological liberalism.Read more
A scandal. A conversion. A humble calling to Anwoth. Guy Richard explores the early ministry of Samuel Rutherford.Read more