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Calvinism: A History

Adjunct Faculty, Darryl G. Hart   |   November 4,2013   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

Office Hours talks with Darryl G. Hart about his recent book "Calvinism: A History."

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The Sanctification Crisis in the Reformation

Resident Faculty, J. V. Fesko   |   October 7,2013   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

Office Hours talks with Dr. J. V. Fesko about the sanctification crisis in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

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A History of Covenant Theology

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   February 27,2012   |  Type: Lecture Series

An analysis of the main outlines of covenant theology.

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Was Calvin a Calvinist?

Guests, Richard Muller   |   February 28,2012   |  Type: Lecture Series

The identification of Calvinism with the unique theology of John Calvin is nothing short of a fallacy.

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A Study of Worship

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   August 19,2011   |  Type: Articles

We must remember that theology and worship are inseparably linked, therefore where there is no Reformed worship there can be no Reformed theology. 


Herman Bavinck

Guests, John Bolt   |   April 7,2011   |  Type: Lecture Series

Herman Bavinck's influence on Dr. John Bolt's understanding of himself, theological method, the content of good theology, and about the church.

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The Covenant of Marriage

Guests, John Witte Jr.   |   February 10,2011   |  Type: Lecture Series

A biblical and historical examination of the concept of marriage as covenant.

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Christianity and Liberalism Today

J. Gresham Machen's critique of Protestant Liberalism in the early twentieth century has relevance for the for the contemporary American church.

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An Exposition on the Apostles’ Creed

Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   January 26,2010   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours Podcast

R. Scott Clark discusses the series Classic Reformed Theology and particularly volume 2 of the series, An Exposition of the Apostles' Creed by Caspar Olevianus

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Calvin on Law and Gospel

Calvin clearly distinguished the Gospel itself from the marvelous benefits and vast effects it produced.

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Calvin and the Reform of Worship

Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   January 24,2009   |  Type: WSC Conferences, Calvin’s Legacy

Calvin was passionate for the glory of God in worship, which had concrete implications for the life of the institutional church.

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Calvin as Bible Interpreter

Resident Faculty, S. M. Baugh   |   January 23,2009   |  Type: WSC Conferences, Calvin’s Legacy

What leads us to honor Calvin as a biblical commentator half a millenium after his birth is the consistently superior quality of his comments.

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Covenant Theology: An Historiographical Briefing

Guests, J. Ligon Duncan   |   March 18,2004   |  Type: Lecture Series, den Dulk Lectures

An introduction to the trends and main contributions in the historiography of covenant theology from the middle of the nineteenth century.

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Calvin, Bolsec and the Reformation

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   February 8,2001   |  Type: Articles

In 1551 - four hundred fifty years ago - a dramatic confrontation occurred in Geneva between John Calvin and Jerome Bolsec over the doctrine of predestination. Today that controversy is largely forgotten, but it was a significant episode that provides a remarkable window on the character and meaning of the Reformation.

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