Once again, we haunt the halls of Van Til as it's time for the annual Preaching Conference at Westminster Theological Seminary. Much to our delight (and surprise!), they've invited us back. However, we know better than to think we're the hot commodity when sharing the stage with the likes of Rev. David Helm. Rev. Helm is founding pastor of Hyde Park congregation of Holy Trinity Church in Chicago, and Chairman of the Charles Simeon Trust. Also an avid author, he's written many resources aiding the spiritual growth and development of Christians young and old. This year's conference is about sermon preparation and Rev. Helm is well worth the listen and a great improvement from the balding alternatives.
Each of our contributors post here regularly, sharing their wit and wisdom on a wide variety of topics.
Random thoughts on ecumenism, Reformed Baptists, and predictable conversations.
Excellent instruction on the boundaries of historic Christian orthodoxy
Mark Jones offers some more refelctions on ERAS and Nicaea.
To be a man is to stand up for the women in our church who are being beaten over the head with this evil nonsense. If we stand by and say nothing we will never enjoy Christ's smile upon our work and all the conferences in the world will not bring life and healing to our churches.
Another great resource
A helpful resource for those interested in reading further on the Trinity.
Back to the future?
A guest post/testimony of abuse
a guest post by Liam Goligher