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The Trials and Tasks of Ministry: David Strain

Guests, David Strain   |   August 5, 2013   |   New Testament, Colossians   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks with Rev. David Strain about suffering for the sake of the gospel in a mainline national church, his own call to the pastorate, and his recent lectures to our students.

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Media Ecology and Ministry

Guests, Gregory E. Reynolds   |   July 8, 2013   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks with Rev. Dr. Gregory Edward Reynolds about media ecology and ministry.

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Our Profoundest Oxymoron

Guests, T. David Gordon   |   April 12, 2012   |  Type: Lecture Series, Convocations

An exploration of the relationship between music and culture.

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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. 


Singing Christ into Our Hearts

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   March 1, 2010   |  Type: Articles

The best hymns of the historic Church, modeled on the Scriptures themselves (especially the Psalms) are rich with godly experience, but experience arising directly and explicitly in view of the mercies of God in his Son. 


Psalm 100

Resident Faculty, R. Scott Clark   |   February 10, 2010   |   Old Testament, Psalms   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, The Psalms

Why and how the Christ-confessing covenant community gathers for public worship.

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The Word Beyond the Sermon: Liturgy

How the Regulative Principle of Worship must inform Reformed Liturgies.

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Worship: Evangelical or Reformed?

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   April 1, 2002   |  Type: Articles

There are substantive differences between evangelical and Reformed churches on worship.


Psalms, Hymns, and Watts

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   January 12, 2001   |  Type: Articles

There are parallels between the new hymnody of the present day and the state of church music in the late seventeenth century.


Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   March 12, 2000

Should we determine what we sing in church simply on the basis of what is familiar to us, that is, what we like? Or are there biblical principles that must guide what we sing?


Beyond Style Wars - Recovering the Substance of Worship

Resident Faculty, Michael S. Horton   |   April 1, 1999   |  Type: Articles

While there is freedom with respect to the circumstances of worship, we can no longer design worship according to our own specifications.


The Importance of Preaching

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   January 1, 1992   |  Type: Articles

Too often we have trouble placing such a high evaluation on preaching because it does not seem to correspond to our experience.  Many Christians today believe that they came to faith through the witness of family or friends or through a small group Bible study.  They may have heard relatively poor preaching and find it hard to attribute such importance to preaching in general or in their own spiritual development.


The Triumph of Vulgarity

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   September 23, 1991

How Christians are to thoughtfully engage with pop culture.



Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   September 2, 1991   |  Type: Articles

The importance of the blessings pronounced in our worship is a significant teaching of Scripture that ministers need to insure that the people of God understand its meaning and value.


Ancient Praise

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   March 16, 1991   |  Type: Articles

The ancient worship of the church, which focused on the Psalms and sung without musical accompaniment, was simple, spiritual, and reverent.

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