In this episode of Office Hours Dr. R. Scott Clark, Professor of Church History and Historical Theology, gives an overview of the events and theological thought that led to what we now understand as the Reformed Tradition., focusing on Martin Luther.Continue
This devotion will suggest that “steadfastness” or “perseverance” is the right notion for James 5:11, not “the patience” of Job. Furthermore, this suggests that James is referring to Canonical Job in its unity, not just the first part of Job.Continue
The Lord gives to his church “mercy servants,” whose deeds of compassion complement the gospel witness of his “Word servants.”Continue
In this episode of Office Hours Dr. R. Scott Clark, Professor of Church History and Historical Theology, gives an overview of the events and theological thought that led to what we now understand as the Reformed Tradition.Continue
Who is Martin Luther? In our last episode of "Who are the Reformers?" Dr. Godfrey gives us a brief history of the pioneer of the Reformation.Continue
The seven servants were qualified to care for widows’ material needs because Christ’s church discerned that they were “full of the Spirit and wisdom.”Continue
Psalms 1 and 2 form a two-paneled door which opens on the riches of the Christian life illustrated in the Psalter. The only way into the truly happy life is through the door of wisdom, which is through Christ who is himself the Way and the Life.
In this episode of Office Hours Dr. R. Scott Clark, Professor of Church History and Historical Theology, gives an overview of some of the events and theological thought of the early and medieval church that lead to the Reformation.Continue
In Job 38 Yahweh accepts Job's challenge to justify himself on condition that Job can prove that he has standing to bring suit against Almighty God.
Dr. R. Scott Clark teaches us about Guido De Bres, the author of the Belgic Confession, in this week's "Who are the Reformers?" series.Continue
The apostles’ response to the need of Greek-speaking widows in the Jerusalem church shows two truths that define how ministry must be done in Christ’s church.Continue
How much is enough? In this prayer, we are reminded that we should not be seeking abundance or lack, but sufficiency. Sufficiency prevents us from being prideful or greedy, but allows us to find satisfaction in God alone.Continue
The father seeks to fortify his son against the power of seduction by vividly portraying the consequences of sexual sins, especially adultery, and the joys of proper sexuality with one's wife.Continue
John Knox is known as the Father of Presbyterianism. Dr. Godfrey teaches us more about him in this week's "Who are the Reformers?"Continue