Volume 2 Issue 2

September 2017 | 96 pages


Covenant Sign and Seal

Michael J. Glodo

Early in my twenty years of teaching the Pentateuch I realized that many of my credo-baptist students were still awaiting a credible case for paedobaptism. While the most popular works on paedobaptism argued for inclusion of children in baptism, they tended to do so on the basis of the “household” baptism passages (Acts 16:15, 31)... READ MORE

Psalm 110 Reconsidered

Peter Lee

The subject of this article focuses upon the well-known Psalm 110. That this particular poem caught the attention of numerous writers of the New Testament is evident by the generally well recognized fact that it is the most commonly quoted or alluded to psalm within the NT. Of particular interest for these writers was their... READ MORE

Reflections on a Teaching Career: “What a Great Savior!”

John D. Currid

The following is adapted from remarks made at an RTS faculty retreat.  The Chief Academic Officer of RTS, Dr. Bob Cara, asked me to speak on the topic, “what is the one thing you would tell a new, young faculty member starting one’s career at RTS?” I just finished my 23rd year at RTS, and... READ MORE

Transgenderism: A Christian Perspective

James N. Anderson

The following is adapted from the second of two lectures—the Fifth Annual B. B. Warfield Lectures—delivered in October 2016 at the invitation of Erskine Seminary and First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, SC. Allow me to introduce my topic by way of three short stories. First, the story of Bill—or rather a bill, namely, House Bill 2.... READ MORE

Retrieval for the Sake of Renewal

Timothy George

It was fitting for Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando to invite Dr. Timothy George, Dean and Professor of Divinity at the Beeson Divinity School of Samford University to deliver the 2017 Kistemaker Lectures last March, because Dr. George has devoted his life to highlighting the significance of the Protestant Reformation for the church today. As... READ MORE