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The War of Grace

WCF 13.2 This sanctification is throughout, in the whole man; yet imperfect in this life, there abiding still some remnants of corruption in every part: whence arises a continual, and irreconcilable war; the flesh lusting against the Spirit, and the...

by Chad Van Dixhoorn   Text

First-Rate Sons

“Were you adopted?” The questioner leans in, eager to confirm a rumor or to verify a hunch. Perhaps the young girl’s mannerisms seem unlike other family members. Perhaps the boy’s distinct skin tone begs for a black-and-white answer. But why do...

by David Garner   Text

The Seventh Commandment

Watch Dr. Jonathan Gibson connect marriage to Christ’s person and work as he preaches from Exodus 20:14. ...

by Jonathan Gibson  |  51 min Video

Studying Scripture and Doing Theology

It’s been said that everyone is a theologian. But can every Christian be a good theologian? The biblical answer is a resounding yes. Building a sound theology from Scripture is not only possible—it is every Christian’s calling and privilege, because the...

by Carlton Wynne   Text

Spirit-Fueled Courage

Whatever fears threaten to cripple us or silence, the teaching and example of Paul remind us that believing the facts of the faith can give us the capacity to take action despite our fears. The particular fact of faith we will pay...

by John Currie   Text

God Saves Sinners

 The Doctrine of Grace I think what the Reformation did in relation to God’s sovereignty and the doctrines of grace is it showed us that God...

by Jonathan Gibson  |  2 min Video

Christ for the Crowd

 Watch Rev. John Currie preach from Luke 6:17–19 on what it means to have Christ’s heart for the lost. ...

by John Currie  |  25 min Video

A Day at the Assembly: Justification and the Minutes of the Westminster Assembly

Listen to Dr. Chad Van Dixhoorn describe what it would be like to be at the Westminster Assembly, highlighting the Assembly discussion surrounding justification. ...

by Chad Van Dixhoorn  |  59 min Audio

The Primacy and Practice of Expository Preaching

“Preaching is, by divine design, leadership. Christ the King established and extends his rule through the preaching of his Word.” Watch Rev. John Currie trace out the primacy of gospel proclamation in a pastor’s work. ...

by John Currie   Text

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Presbyterian Progress & Protest in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

 Watch Dr. Chad Van Dixhoorn explain the currents in American Presbyterianism that ultimately led to the formation of Westminster Theological Seminary. ...

by Chad Van Dixhoorn  |  50 min Video