Tag Archives: Reformed Theology


By all means let us strive to love doctrine and holiness in equal measure.

Confessions of a Woman Who Didn't Like Theology

We need your help. But be willing to help us in humility, without getting exasperated.

DeYoung, Duncan, and Mohler: What's New About the New Calvinism

Certain shared beliefs on the authority of Scripture, sovereignty of God, sovereignty of grace, and gender roles in the home and in the church unite the movement commonly called new Calvinism. Beyond a Reformed superstructure, though, you'll find an eclectic doctrinal mix and match. In this video, two traditional Reformed confessionalists—Kevin DeYoung and Ligon Duncan—discuss […]

The Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology

Thabiti Anyabwile over at Pure Church highlights an important upcoming conference available through live Web stream: The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals is making The Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology 2010 available for live stream.  This year’s conference theme is “These Last Days: A Christian View of History” and includes D.A. Carson, Sinclair Ferguson, Michael Horton, Richard […]

Young, Restless, Reformed--and Famous?

Carl Trueman has a thoughtful article at Reformation21 on what the media has labeled the "Young, Restless, and Reformed" (YRR) movement in America. In "The Nameless One" Trueman makes several critical observations about this spike in interest in Reformed theology. Before launching into his critique, Trueman offers this qualifier: Let me preface this by saying […]