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  • Connecting with Christian Thinkers of the Past

    from Aaron Denlinger Jul 26, 2014 Category: Articles

    Whenever the professors of Reformation Bible College (RBC) have occasion to get together, I'm struck by what a fine group of biblical scholars and theologians I'm privileged to work with. Nevertheless I occasionally dream, as only a church historian would do, about the faculty I would construct if I were able to build a college from scratch and staff it with willing Christian thinkers from ages past. Keep Reading
  • Diligently Teaching Your Children

    from L. Michael Morales Jul 19, 2014 Category: Articles

    Bernard of Clairvaux, the twelfth-century doctor of the church who penned the hymn "O Sacred Head, Now Wounded," opens his devotional classic On Loving God with the following words: "You wish for me to tell you why and how God should be loved. My answer is that God himself is the reason why He is to be loved. As for how He is to be loved, there is to be no limit to that love."  Keep Reading
  • The Imperfections of Perfectionism

    from Stephen Nichols Jul 12, 2014 Category: Articles

    Warfield's world, once he arrived at Princeton in 1887, was not very large at all. His house, the Old Hodge House, conveniently situated him next to Alexander Hall, which contained Princeton Seminary's dorm rooms and classrooms. Across the lawn stood Miller Chapel. His own well-stocked study — as editor of The Princeton Review he had a constant flow of books sent to him — could be supplemented by a short trip to the seminary's library. Yet, Warfield's impact belies this small world, stretching far beyond the tree-lined campus of Princeton. Keep Reading