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Reformation Worship: An Interview with the Editors (Part 1)

Credo Magazine interviews Dr. Jonathan Gibson and Mark Earngey on their new book, Reformation Worship: Liturgies from the Past for the Present. More information about Reformation Worship including the full list of liturgies, endorsements, and access to...

by Jonathan Gibson   Text

The Trinity and Perspectival Knowledge

Perspectives in the Trinity We know that there are three distinct persons in the Trinity. Do these persons have distinct “perspectives”? It is wise to begin by putting the word perspectives in quotation marks. The quotation marks should remind us...

by Vern Poythress   Text

Interview with Christian Heritage

In this interview with Christian Heritage, Dr. William Edgar discusses a number of topics including his experiences as a university and seminary student, theological influences, and early interactions with Francis Schaeffer. This interview is part of Christian Heritage’s...

by William Edgar  |  33 min Audio

Responding in Repentance

“Thus says the Lord of hosts: ‘These people say the time has not yet come to rebuild the house of the Lord.’ Then the word of the Lord came by the hand of Haggai the prophet, ‘Is it a time...

by Iain Duguid   Text

The Sweet Simplicity of the Gospel

Watch Dr. Garner discuss the simplicity of the gospel and its application for the church and its pastors. This interview was recorded at the 45th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church...

by David Garner  |  15 min Video

Totemism (Vos Group #44)

“Totemism is a form of superstition in which savage tribes and families derive their origin from some animal or plant or some inanimate object, to all the specimens of which they pay religious reverence, after which they name themselves, and...

by Lane Tipton  |  48 min Audio

Liturgy in the Garden of Eden

Worship in Eden The beginning of creation was the beginning of worship in heaven and on earth—by the created order, and by the first couple of mankind. However, in the unfolding revelation of God in history, the first explicit call to...

by Jonathan Gibson   Text

Principles of Primeval Revelation

In the marvelous collection of notes which became Biblical Theology, Vos stresses the importance of four great principles at work in the pre-redemptive “primeval revelation.” The first he called “the principle of life in its highest potency,” which he says...

by William Edgar   Text

Uncleanness and Purification (Vos Group #43)

“Clean means qualified worship of Jehovah in the tabernacle, unclean the opposite. Cleanness is the prerequisite for holiness.” –Geerhardus Vos   http://faculty.wts.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/ctc527.mp3   In this episode of Vos Group, Dr. Tipton continues through Vos’s 

by Lane Tipton  |  49 min Audio

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Chariots of the Lord

A clear instance of God appearing with chariots is found in Isaiah 66:15–16: “For behold, the Lord will come in fire, and his chariots like the whirlwind, to render his anger in fury, and his rebuke...

by Vern Poythress   Text