In particular, I want to note that Dr. Michael Haykin from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary will be joining us to teach Baptist Polity and History (see below). Dr. Haykin is an exceptional church historian, and you will not want to miss his class this Summer.
These are all in-person, residential classes:
David Filson, Life & Theology of Jonathan Edwards – 2.00 Hours
The Life and Theology of Jonathan Edwards 3HT728/01 is
As we wrap up the Spring 2021 term, there are some amazing classes coming up for the Summer term here at RTS Charlotte. I can’t mention all of them, but here are a few highlights below. These are all in-person, residential classes:
D.A. Carson, The Exposition of Hebrews – 2.00 Hours
An analysis of the message and purpose of the book of Hebrews to show its importance for today. Special attention is given to the basic doctrines of Christ’s high priesthood and the covenant and the author’s admonition to be faithful to the Word of God.
Monday 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
TueWedThur 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
If one were to name the most influential evangelical voices of the 20th century, Harold O.J. Brown would certainly have to be on that list.
Dr. Brown was a towering intellect, with four degrees from Harvard University and author of numerous books including, The Protest of a Troubled Protestant (1969), Christianity and the Class Struggle (1970), Death Before Birth (1977), The Reconstruction of the Republic (1977), Heresies: The Image of Christ in the Mirror of Heresy and Orthodoxy from the Apostles to the Present (1984), and Sensate Culture (1996).
But, even with his brilliant mind, Dr. Brown’s most profound achievements were not in the classroom. Dr. Brown was one … Continue reading...
Reformation 21, the website of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, just posted my interview with Derek Thomas on my new book, Canon Revisited. I appreciate Derek’s invitation to do this interview–it was an interesting discussion on a number of important topics related to canon.
Here is an excerpt:
[DT] What are the most crucial issues relating to a conservative/reformed defense of the canon today?
[MK] I think one of the critical weaknesses in modern canonical studies is that Christians often have no theology of canon. We have a lot of historical facts–anyone who has read the fine works of Metzger and Bruce will have plenty of patristic