Reformed Theological Seminary

Here’s my thesis: A more diversified account of the social roles of men and women, and a more expansive account of the nature, forms, and ends of our social life will not only better account for a traditional understanding of the roles of men and women in family, church, and society. It will also offer […]

“Simpson, one of the old commentators on the Scripture, once said, “When we are in our prosperity, our prayers come from our lips, and therefore the Lord is forced to cast us down to the end that our prayers may come from our hearts.” And that’s exactly where the psalmist finds himself. He finds himself […]

“If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Luke chapter 18. We’re going to be looking at verses 1 to 8. This passage is connected with the passage that we studied last Lord’s Day, a passage that dealt with the final judgment and with the kingdom and with the coming […]

“The second thing we do in trial is that we immediately are tempted to doubt the goodness and wisdom of God. “Lord, how could you do this to a nice person like me?” Or, “I just don’t understand what’s going on, this doesn’t make any sense. It doesn’t seem like a wise plan based on […]

“Doubting Jesus is not a recent thing. It’s been going on for two thousand years. It happened in Jesus’ day. And Luke is interested in addressing those doubts about Jesus, that skepticism about Him. In this passage it’s interesting, even Peter is a little baffled with Jesus in this passage. And then later the people […]

“If you have your Bibles with you, I invite you to turn with me to Matthew chapter eleven. As we continue our study in Matthew’s gospel, we’ve completed a survey of Matthew chapter ten in which the Lord Jesus commissioned His disciples before they went out on their first missionary journey into towns of Judea. […]