Bob McKelvey's Posts

Bob McKelvey's Posts

Tyndale profoundly impacted both Bible translation and the English language—all because he wanted the Scriptures to be read.
Forced from his native England, William Tyndale (1494–1536) fled to the continent to continue his translation work. Yet danger that would follow him even there.
Bob McKelvey begins a short series on the life and ministry of the "proto-Puritan" William Tyndale (1494–1536).
Bob McKelvey continues his "Themes in Puritan Theology" series with a look at Christology, the doctrine of Christ.
"Dr. Bob" McKelvey continues to introduce us to basic themes in Puritan theology, this time with a survey of the the theme of the covenants.
Bob McKelvey continues his helpful series introducing and summarizing various themes in Puritan theology with God's works of creation and providence.
Bob McKelvey resumes his series introducing and summarizing various themes in Puritan theology with God's decrees.
Bob McKelvey resumes his series on various themes in Puritan theology and the Holy Trinity.
Bob McKelvey continues his series on themes in Puritan theology with the existence and attributes of God.
Learning the Puritan doctrine of Scripture is a "S.N.A.P." Bob McKelvey explains in his continuing series on Themes in Puritan Theology.