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Latest Office Hours: An Interview with Kevin DeYoung

In this episode Office Hours talks to Kevin DeYoung, Senior Pastor at University Reformed Church, about the missional movement, the kingdom of God, and the mission of the church.

Why Seminary Is Still Relevant

Why do seminaries exist? There are undoubtedly a number of different answers to this question, but in the light of recent discussions on the web regarding revisiting the nature of seminary education, hopefully VFT readers will find some helpful answers to this question as it relates to WSC.

Bonhoeffer, Theology, and Ministry

When a young seminarian first crosses the threshold of the hallowed halls of seminary, I suspect that he is impressed by his professors. The freshly minted...

Book Review: Republocrat by Carl Trueman, pt 2

For all of the delight inherent to a book penned by a witty Englishman and Reformed scholar, there are numerous points of frustration found in the political analysis of Carl Trueman in Republocrat. On occasion, he levels a substantive zinger at one or another political group, but he does so without displaying a sophisticated understanding of American politics. While the title Republocrat: Confessions of a Liberal Conservative is catchy, it reflects an ambiguity with terms and concepts that stretches through the book.

Book Review: Republocrat by Carl Trueman, pt 1

Michael Horton’s front cover blurb on Carl Trueman’s Republocrat is as helpful as it is succinct: “Will delight, frustrate, and encourage healthy discussions that we have needed to have for a long time.” In the first of two reviews of Republocrat and Thomas Kidd’s God of Liberty, the delightful aspects of Trueman’s book will be highlighted against the backdrop of the American Founding.