Category Archives: Seminaries

In Defense of Reggie Kidd…

The fiery comments keep coming in response to Reggie’s post. My friend and fellow cigar smoker John Muether wrote a clarifying comment when he said: At some point before the comments reach triple digits it might be helpful to remind … Continue reading

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In Defense of Reggie Kidd…

The fiery comments keep coming in response to Reggie’s post. My friend and fellow cigar smoker John Muether wrote a clarifying comment when he said: At some point before the comments reach triple digits it might be helpful to remind … Continue reading

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Honoring Bruce Waltke and Roger Nicole

Reformed Seminary this morning honored two of the greatest theologians alive: Drs. Bruce Waltke and Roger Nicole. Roger Nicole spoke of an experience he had over 70 years ago as he applied for a professorship in the University of Paris. … Continue reading

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Greg Beale at RTS/Orlando

It has been a delightful day with Dr. Greg Beale. He has lectured twice today on The Biblical-Theological Approach to Revelation. This morning he argued that Isaiah 6 is an Old Testament basis for understanding the idolatry of the people … Continue reading

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To divide or to unite; this is the real question.

Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) is today one of the most well-known seminaries in the world. When J. Gresham Machen proposed a new seminary in 1929 (see Gary North’s analysis of Westminster’s history in his book : Westminster’s Confession: The Abandonment … Continue reading

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Seminary begins with Richard Pratt

For some reason or another I have not had a chance in the last two weeks to post anything. An unexpected event called “Charley” had the audacity to interrupt my perfect schedule. As one witty fellow has said before: “We … Continue reading

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