The pastor has been fractured today. I do not mean a particular pastor, particularly. Rather, what I have in mind is the office of the pastor itself. … Read more→
James J. Cassidy
James J. Cassidy is the pastor of Calvary Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Ringoes, NJ. He also serves as Vice President of Reformed Forum and is a PhD candidate at Westminster Theological Seminary.
Working through a stimulating discussion of the imago dei in Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics, III/1.
Barth takes a decidedly different approach to what the image of God in man is from … Read more→
In his very fine piece Living in God’s Two Kingdoms, Dr. VanDrunen writes:
Christians should always be distinguished from unbelievers subjectively: they do all things by faith in Christ and for … Read more→
I am very thankful for Kevin DeYoung’s fine post on the evening service here.
I have one small quibble, however. And that is the requirement of the evening service. … Read more→
A helpful interaction with Christ the Center episodes on Barth and Van Til here. Thanks to Darren for an irenic response.
Congrats to Mr. R. Martin Snyder for winning a free copy of the Confessional Presbyterian Journal.
Mr. Snyder submitted a biographical essay on the life and death of Samuel Rutherford. … Read more→
Anyone interested in an living, pulsing and rich window into the life of the 17th century is in for a treat with this new edition of collected sermons. These … Read more→
For the answer, see these three fine resources:
“The Gospel and Redemptive-Historical Hermeneutics” by Lane G. Tipton in Confident of Better Things, eds. Muether and Olinger.
“For Our Sakes Also: … Read more→
The new issue of the Confessional Presbyterian Journal is here! And here is your opportunity to get a free issue!
But this will not be by grace, but by works! … Read more→
For Karl Barth, there is a qualitative difference between God and man. They are two radically different beings which stand in an antithetical relation. God stands as krisis … Read more→