Aside from Hart's peculiar loyalties and animosities, readers may devote some head space to the process by which important figures in the past come down to contemporary Reformed believers. We have a name for that process. It's called Providence. And it's not always pretty.
The line up includes short pieces on Protestants and tradition, biblicism, Herman Bavinck, and even Christmas carols.
Celebrate the differences between Reformed and Presbyterians: polity, liturgical year, theology of the Lord's Day.
Inside Vol. 16 No. 2: The PCA In a Negative World || What's in a Denominational Name? || Old Side Presbyterians and the Ordinary Means ||39 Alexander Hall || Second Hand Smoke
Behold, the first issue of the Nicotine Theological Journal since the winter of 2012: Sabbath, Psalms, and Substack || Presbyterians and Anglicans Together || Machen vs. Women - A War He Never Fought || Before and After Trump || 39 Alexander Hall || Second Hand Smoke
Way back in January of 1997.