Westminster Seminary California

Valiant for Truth - Humanity

Meditations on the Larger Catechism, pt. 14
Danny Hyde

We live in a time in which our humanity is misunderstood, at best, and under attack, at worse. Our consumer society is rooted in the philosophy that greed is good, that “it’s not personal, it’s business,” and that he who dies with the most toys wins.

10 / 1 / 2012
Book Review: “Right Reason” and the Princeton Mind by Paul Helseth

In my pre-Reformed days at Calvin College, I noticed something unusual in the arguments of those who would assail the full authority of Scripture—they would attack Old Princeton. I knew nothing of Old Princeton. What did they expect me to do? “Oh no, don’t attack Old Princeton—this is between you and me. Leave the lady out of it!”

Book Review: God, Justice, and Society by Jonathan Burnside
David M. VanDrunen

The giving and interpreting of the law of God occupies an enormous part of the Bible. Students of Scripture cannot help but wrestle with the law’s meaning and purpose, but the task is often daunting and provokes more than its share of theological controversies. This work by Jonathan Burnside, a law professor at the University of Bristol in England, is the best book on God’s law that I have read for a while; in fact, it is the best book of any sort that I have read for a while.

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Dr. VanDrunen’s introductory lecture on natural law

For those who want to know what natural law from a Reformed perspective is all about, you can find Dr. VanDrunen's recent lecture to his presbytery