P&R Books About The Lord’s Supper

Here are 4 of our books written on the topic of The Lord’s Supper:

Spreading the Feast: Instruction and Meditations for Ministry at the Lord’s Table by Howard Griffith

152 Pages | List Price: $14.99 | Paperback | SAMPLE CHAPTER | Kindle | ePub

Summary—In this practical book for those who serve the Lord’s Supper, Howard Griffith provides an understanding of the sacrament and twenty-eight pastoral meditations that span both the Old and New Testaments. Spreading the Feast will help students to understand different facets of the Lord’s Supper and pastors to form their own words of explanation and exhortation as they minister at the Table, proving especially helpful to those who celebrate communion frequently.


“Theologically sound and insightful throughout. Here indeed is a feast for all who value their participation in the sacrament, but especially for pastors, whether beginning or experienced, looking for help in making their own ministering at the Table more meaningful and honoring to the Lord.” —Richard B. Gaffin Jr.

“I have profited greatly from Spreading the Feast. . . . Howard’s treatment is biblically sound, and he opens up rich themes, of which some pastors may be unaware. The book will be very useful for pastors and students of theology. I recommend it highly.” —John M. Frame

The Lord’s Supper: Eternal Word in Broken Bread by Robert Letham

84 pages | List Price: $8.99 | Paperback

Summary—A call to a renewed hunger and thirst for the Lord’s Supper, this book unfolds a historic Reformed understanding in contrast to other views. Building on careful biblical analysis, Robert Letham explains why we have the Supper, how we partake of Christ in it, who should take communion, and related matters.


“In their legitimate interest in preaching and the Word, American Presbyterians have never been known for having a well-developed sacramental theology or for giving the sacraments a central place in worship. Robert Letham begins to remedy this fault in this very effective introduction to the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. Accessible for laymen and laywomen, it should also be read by pastors and elders.” —D. G. Hart

“Clearly written, this little book should encourage and challenge its readers—church officers, lay persons, study and discussion groups—to a better understanding of and, much needed today, a higher regard for the blessings spread before the church at the table of the Lord.” —Richard B. Gaffin Jr.

Given For You: Reclaiming Calvin’s Doctrine of the Lord’s Supper by Keith A. Mathison

392 pages | List Price: $19.99 | Paperback

Summary—Intended as a high point in our lives, the Lord’s Supper is too often neglected and too little understood. But when the people of God reawaken to the Supper’s significance and power, the church enjoys renewed vigor.

Given for You leads us to a deeper understanding and appreciation of the Lord’s Supper. Keith A. Mathison revisits church history (especially Calvin and the Reformation), searches relevant biblical passages, and guides us through theological and practical questions about the purpose, frequency, subjects, and elements of the Supper.


“The best and most comprehensive treatment of the Reformed doctrine of the Lord’s Supper I have ever seen. . . . a genuine ‘must read’ book.” —R. C. Sproul

“Argues cogently for the liturgical significance of returning to Calvin’s richly nuanced view of the real presence of Christ in the sacrament.” —David E. Holwerda

What is the Lord’s Supper? by Richard D. Phillips

32 pages | List Price: $4.99 | Booklet | Basics of the Faith series

Summary—Since the night Jesus instituted the Lord’s Supper, this sacrament has played a central role in the faith and practice of the church. That is why it is odd that so many believers think so little of the Lord’s Supper.

“They seldom observe it and assign to it little significance,” Phillips writes. “They are largely ignorant of the theology poured into and out from it. They derive no assurance, and seek no grace, as they receive from the Lord’s Table. How remarkable this is!”

The goal of this booklet is to help readers understand the biblical institution of this sacrament, the theological issues surrounding it, and the pastoral considerations for administering and receiving it.

Basics of the Faith booklets introduce readers to basic Reformed doctrine and practice. On issues of church government and practice they reflect that framework—otherwise they are suitable for all church situations.


BOOK HIGHLIGHT — Our Creed by Mark G. Johnston

Our Creed: For Every Culture and for Every Generation by Mark G. Johnston

128 Pages | List Price: $11.99 | Paperback | SAMPLE CHAPTER


The Apostles’ Creed has united the church throughout her history. The engaging and pastoral style of Our Creed presents the creed in a fresh and appealing manner that speaks to our postmodern culture. By unfolding the creed’s great scriptural truths and using helpful applications, compelling illustrations, and penetrating study questions, this book is the perfect tool for membership classes, small groups, and Sunday school.


“A welcome and much-needed encouragement for the church today. . . . A careful study of these pages will instill confidence in any Christian who desires to knowledgeably answer that age-old question, ‘What do you believe?’”

—K. Scott Oliphint, Professor of Apologetics and Systematic Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia

“The church would be hard pressed to find a creed more important to her than the Apostles’ Creed; she would also be hard pressed to find a better, more practical exposition of it than Our Creed.”

—Mike Honeycutt, Associate Professor of Historical and Practical Theology, Covenant Theological Seminary, St. Louis

“This book will quickly prove to be an excellent tool for discipling Christians of all ages in the essential truths of the faith.”

—Burk Parsons, Associate Pastor of Saint Andrew’s Chapel, Sanford, Florida; Editor of Tabletalk magazine

Table of Contents




Study Guide

The Apostles’ Creed

1. Who Needs a Creed?

2. The God of the Creed

3. That God Should Come as One of Us!

4. “He Descended into Hell”

5. Jesus Christ: Risen, Ascended, and Enthroned

6. When Jesus Comes Again

7. I Believe in the Holy Spirit

8. Glorious Body, Radiant Bride

9. Salvation in Shorthand

10. Resurrection and Restoration

For Further Reading

About the Author

Mark G. Johnston (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary) is the senior minister of Proclamation Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.


R. Albert Mohler Jr.’s Foreword to Transforming Homosexuality

Here is R. Albert Mohler Jr.’s Foreword to Transforming Homosexuality: What the Bible Says about Sexual Orientation and Change by Denny Burk & Heath Lambert.

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The modern secular consensus is that an individual’s pattern of sexual attraction, whether heterosexual or homosexual, should be accepted as a given and considered normal. More than that, the secular view demands that this pattern of sexual orientation be accepted as integral to an individual’s identity. According to the secular consensus, any effort to change an individual’s sexual orientation is essentially wrong and harmful. The contemporary therapeutic worldview is virtually unanimous in this verdict, but nothing could be more directly at odds with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The New Testament reveals that a homosexual sexual orientation, whatever its shape or causation, falls out of line with the Creator’s purpose for humanity. All sinners who are saved by the Lord Jesus Christ know the need for the redemption of our bodies—including our sexual selves. But those with a homosexual sexual orientation face another dimension to this reality: they also need a fundamental reordering of their sexual attraction. About this, the Bible is clear.

But the issue here is not merely undoing same-sex attraction. Christians know that heterosexuals are just as in need of sexual redemption as homosexuals. The Bible and the testimony of the gospel point us to the cross of Christ and to the sinner’s fundamental need for redemption, not for mere moral improvement. Further, the Bible offers no hope for any human ability to change our sinful desires—only the power of the gospel can do that.

The believer in the Lord Jesus Christ receives the forgiveness of sins, the gift of eternal life, and the righteousness of Christ imputed by faith. But the redeemed Christian is also united with Christ, indwelt by the Holy Spirit, and given means of grace through, for example, the preaching of the Word of God. The Bible reveals that God conforms believers to the image of Christ, doing that work within the human heart that sinful humans cannot do themselves. The Bible reveals that believers are to grow into Christlikeness, knowing that this growth is a progressive process that ends with their eventual glorification at the end of the age. In this life, we know a process of growing more holy, more sanctified, and more obedient to Christ. In the life to come, we will know perfection as Christ glorifies his church.

This means that Christians cannot accept any argument suggesting the impossibility of fundamentally reorienting a believer’s desires in such a way that increasingly pleases God and is increasingly obedient to Christ. To the contrary, we must argue that this process is exactly what the Christian life is to demonstrate. As Paul writes, “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come” (2 Corinthians 5:17).

The Bible is also honest about the struggle to overcome sin and sinful desires. Paul writes about this in Romans 7, but the exhortations of the entire New Testament also make this clear. Christians who experience same-sex attraction must know that these desires are sinful. Thus, faithful Christians who struggle with these desires must know that God wants both their affections and their patterns of attraction reordered according to his Word. All Christians struggle with their own patterns of sinful desires, sexual and otherwise. Our responsibility as Christians is to be obedient to Christ, knowing that only he can save us from ourselves.

These are challenging theological issues and represent one of the urgent pastoral tasks of our time. This is why Denny Burk and Heath Lambert’s new book, Transforming Homosexuality: What the Bible Says about Sexual Orientation and Change, is such a tremendous gift to the church. These men are scholars of the highest caliber with pastoral hearts. Further, in this book Burk and Lambert keep the hope of the gospel and Christ’s cross and resurrection at the very center of their counsel. Something as deeply entrenched as a pattern of sexual attraction is not easily changed—our doctrine of sin explains that—but we do know that with Christ all things are possible.

Christians know that believers among us struggle to submit their sexual desires to Christ. This is not something true only of those whose desires are homosexual. It is true of all Christians. Yet we know that those believers who are struggling to overcome homosexual desires have a special struggle—one that requires the full conviction and support of the body of Christ. We will see the glory of God in the growing obedience of Christ’s redeemed people. And, along with the apostle Paul and all the redeemed, we will await the glory that is yet to be revealed to us.

R. Albert Mohler Jr.


“A clear, compassionate, and thought-provoking book. . . . Essential reading for every pastor and for any seeking to bless and minister to those with same-sex attraction in our churches.”

Sam Allberry, Author, Is God Anti-Gay?

“[Many] have adopted the position that homosexual desire may in some
sense be ‘normal.’ . . . Denny Burk and Heath Lambert address that idea with biblical clarity and godly wisdom. This is an important book about an issue that has overwhelmed our culture.”

John MacArthur, Pastor and Teacher, Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, California

“A bold and provocative book. . . . But predominantly a loving book that seeks to help people with unwanted homosexual desires be transformed by the full knowledge that God’s grace for us in Christ is sufficient for all our various struggles.”

Rosaria Butterfield, Author, The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert


Recap of May and June Releases

The Christ of Wisdom: A Redemptive-Historical Exploration of the Wisdom Books of the Old Testament by O. Palmer Robertson

432 pages | List Price: $19.99 | Paperback | Sample Chapter | Kindle | iTunes/ePub


How do we walk in the way of wisdom? How should we respond to suffering? How can we cope with life’s frustrations and sorrows? How ought we to weep? How ought we to love?

The answers can be found in the great “how-to” books of Scripture—the Old Testament’s wisdom literature—but unfortunately, these books are frequently overlooked in biblical theology, despite their immense significance for God’s people. O. Palmer Robertson introduces the concept of biblical wisdom before providing a redemptive-historical analysis of Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs, and Lamentations. These neglected books offer the contemporary reader inspired insight (and a solid dose of godly realism) into every major realm of human existence: from love and intimacy to grief and calamity.


“Robertson’s book is the best I know of on this subject. It focuses on what the Bible itself says about wisdom, particularly in the wisdom literature. I have learned much from it, and I hope that many others will as well.”

—John M. Frame, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando

“A major contribution to Christian understanding of wisdom in the Old Testament. As always, Palmer Robertson’s work is firmly rooted in the full authority of Scripture and in the supremacy of Christ over all creation. . . . He not only addresses academic issues, but also provides enormously helpful insights into the practical application of biblical wisdom to modern life.”

—Richard L. Pratt Jr., President, Third Millennium Ministries

“Many pastors and teachers still find it difficult to preach Christ from the Old Testament wisdom books. This is why Robertson’s work is so greatly needed.”

—John Scott Redd Jr., President and Associate Professor of Old Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, DC

“O. Palmer Robertson explores the wisdom literature of the Old Testament, opening up new vistas of study and understanding of this part of Scripture, which until recently was undervalued and sometimes even neglected in Old Testament research. . . . The reading of this book is a joyful experience.”

—Eric Peels, Professor of Old Testament Studies, Theological University, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands


O. Palmer Robertson (ThM, ThD, Union Theological Seminary, Virginia) is director and principal of African Bible College, Uganda. He previously taught at Reformed, Westminster, Covenant, and Knox Seminaries.

Divided We Fall: Overcoming a History of Christian Disunity by Luder G. Whitlock Jr.

248 pages | List Price: $14.99 | Paperback | Sample Chapter | Kindle | iTunes/ePub


Throughout the centuries, Christians have longed to be united with one another—supporting each other and working in harmony. But our reality is very different, and we need only to read the New Testament to realize that disunity has been with us from the start.

What can we do to foster unity and deeper community in a world where so many relationships are fractured and fractious? Luder Whitlock Jr. explores God’s desire for unity in the church, overviews the history of global Christianity with an eye on its schisms and agreements, and points us toward the necessity of God-honoring fellowship, laying out steps we can take to increase trust and develop understanding, especially within the church.

As governments grow increasingly unsupportive of Christianity, it is even more important for us to listen to each other and work together for the common good—despite our many differences.


“Luder Whitlock’s book is something of a cri de coeur for greater unity in the church. At a time when Christian leaders are almost obsessed about the culture, this book rightly argues that we will shape the broader society only to the degree that we make the Christian church what it should be. And in our present moment, the unity of the church is both a witness to the world and a necessity for its strength and vitality. Luder’s appeal comes from long experience and membership in several denominations. He marshals evidence for his contentions from the Bible, theology, history, and organizational literature. Not everyone will agree with every proposal or every argument, but overall the book makes a compelling case.”

—Timothy Keller, Senior Pastor, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York City

“Whitlock is a trusted voice for Christians because he evidences deep wisdom, compassion, and maturity, as well as intellect and skill. This book calls the church to gospel unity in ways that will provoke you to think, ponder, and pray.”

—Russell Moore, President, Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission

“An unusually helpful challenge to follow Christ as head of the church. Biblically rooted, historically informed, and pastorally helpful, this book gracefully fulfills its purpose of strengthening unity and community in Christ’s church.”

—Mark A. Noll, Author, The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind 

“As the relevance of the church is increasingly called into question, visible unity becomes essential to the fruitful witness of Christ’s people. . . . A must- read for all those interested in experiencing the joy of real community with fellow believers.”

—Carmen Fowler LaBerge, President, Presbyterian Lay Committee

“If you’ve ever wondered why the church is so fragmented, Luder Whitlock, one of America’s premier ecclesiastical statesmen, provides a compelling answer. If you’ve longed for greater unity in the body of Christ, here is balm for your soul. Whitlock’s Divided We Fall issues a gracious plea for renewed concern for biblical unity. His thoughtful analysis of the church’s ages-long proclivity for disunity is convicting yet encouraging as it challenges us to pursue a fresh commitment to Christian community. This is a much-needed study for both leaders and congregants, especially for us in the Reformed and Presbyterian traditions. Divided We Fall will help you to reassess and address the spirit of partisanship, independence, and schism that lurks within our hearts and the culture of our churches.”

Peter A. Lillback, President, Westminster Theological Seminary


Luder G. Whitlock Jr. served as president of Reformed Theological Seminary from 1978–2001, where he had previously been a professor. Today he is executive director of the CNL Charitable Foundation and the JMS Foundation; president of Excelsis; and minister at large for the First Presbyterian Church of Orlando. He and his wife, Mary Lou, have three children and eleven grandchildren.

The Triune God of Unity in Diversity: An Analysis of Perspectivalism, the Trinitarian Theological Method of John Frame and Vern Poythress by Timothy E. Miller

384 pages | List Price: $49.99 | Paperback | Sample Chapter | Kindle | iTunes/ePubReformed Academic Dissertations series


Timothy Miller defends and further develops the foundationally Trinitarian, multiperspectival theological method of John Frame and Vern Poythress, an eminently useful, historically Reformed tool for understanding all created reality.


“This is a highly stimulating work that makes a very helpful and useful contribution in its argument for utilizing the Trinitarian processions in a Frame/Poythress perspectival account of knowledge and apologetics. In terms of originality, I think the meat of the work lies there, and good meat it is too.”

—Mike Ovey, Principal, Oak Hill College, London, England

“Triperspectivalism is a theological method based on the Bible’s teaching about the one God in three persons. Tim Miller’s book presents an accurate formulation of this method and explores in depth the origin of the method in the doctrine of the Trinity. I recommend the book highly to those who aspire to be serious students of theological method and of the Trinity itself.”

—John Frame, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando

“Clear and helpful for readers. . . . a valuable resource on the subject. I am grateful that someone with Miller’s ability has seen fit to offer the first published book-length study of triperspectivalism, and a good book at that.”

—Vern S. Poythress, Professor of New Testament Interpretation, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia


Timothy E. Miller (M.A., Maranatha Baptist University; M.Div., Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary) is assistant professor of systematic theology and apologetics at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary. He previously taught for four years at Maranatha Baptist University and was an assistant pastor in Philadelphia.


P&R’s Reformed Academic Dissertation (RAD) series consists of top-tier dissertations (Ph.D., Th.D., D.Min., and Th.M.) that advance biblical and theological scholarship by making distinctive contributions in the areas of theology, ethics, biblical studies, apologetics, and counseling. Dissertations in the RAD series are carefully selected, on the basis of strong recommendations by the authors’ supervisors and examiners and by our internal readers, to be part of our collection. Each selected dissertation provides clear, fresh, and engaging insights about significant theological issues.

Johanna and Henriette Kuyper: Daring to Change Their World by Abigail van der Velde

264 pages | List Price: $12.99 | SAMPLE CHAPTER | Kindle | iTunes/ePub | Chosen Daughters series


As the 1800s draw to a close and a new century begins, forces for change are already at work in the Netherlands’ entrenched society when custom is further challenged by two bold women, Johanna Kuyper and her daughter Henriette.

Johanna is a traditional wife eager to both support and challenge her strong-willed husband, Abraham Kuyper, a dominant leader in church, education, and politics. She serves her family and community through celebrations and sorrows, social upheaval and political conflicts.

The more progressive Henriette Kuyper is an international traveler, champion of women’s suffrage, and wartime correspondent—among much else!

Risking reproach and defying custom, both will find very different ways to change their world for good and for God’s sake.


“The Byrd women found that one of the biggest impacts of Abigail van der Velde’s biographical novel is the way it makes us consider how we glorify and honor the Lord by living faithfully according to the unique personalities and gifts he has so graciously designed each of us to use in order to contribute to his service. In that way, we sharpen one another and display a fuller picture of Christ.”

—Aimee Byrd, author of Housewife Theologian, and her daughters Solanna and Zaidee

“There were moments when I had the impression that I was reading a story of my parents’ family—how I was raised. I enjoyed reading this very much.”

—Hein Schaaij, great-nephew of Johanna Kuyper


Abigail van der Velde was born and raised in North Carolina, lived in New York City, and then married a Dutchman and moved to the Netherlands, where she lived for eight years. With previous experience in journalism and editing, she now writes fiction. Johanna and Henriette Kuyper is her first novel.


The Chosen Daughters series highlights the lives of ordinary women who by God’s grace accomplish extraordinary things. The series features the stories of Jeanne d’Albret, Edith Cavell, Johanna and Henriette Kuyper, Olympia Morata, Juliana von Stolberg, and Margaret Wilson.

Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage: Critical Questions and Answers by Jim Newheiser

336 pages | List Price: $16.99 | Paperback | SAMPLE CHAPTER | Kindle | iTunes/ePub


What constitutes a valid marriage? How should you go about finding a spouse? Is there a purpose to engagement? Why, and under what circumstances, does God permit divorce? Is abuse a ground for divorce? When is remarriage advisable?

When it comes to counseling related to marriage, remarriage, and divorce, the questions and issues can be especially complex. But we can turn confidently to the Word of God for answers, knowing that it will speak to every situation with profound wisdom. Drawing on decades of marriage counseling experience, Newheiser explores questions relating to marriage—unpacking the answers given in God’s Word. This useful reference work for pastors or counselors can also be read straight through for a scriptural overview of the topic or assigned in small sections to counselees.

Watch a video of Jim talking about his book: https://vimeo.com/213550932


“I am aware of no resource on marriage that is as comprehensive and yet as accessible as this book.”

—Heath Lambert

“An exceptional resource. . . . Carefully organized, thoroughly researched, and very well written. This book is going to be the gold standard for pastors, biblical counselors, and other Christians.”

—Martha Peace

“An excellent book for pastors and counselors—not simply for its thorough and relevant answers, but perhaps even more for its example of how to relate God’s Word to the tough issues of daily life.”

—Bob Kellemen

“Newheiser’s pastoral insight, lucid analysis, and biblical focus make this book a must-read for people with questions about marriage and a valuable resource for a pastor’s bookshelf.”

—Tedd Tripp

“The reader hungry to think carefully and practically about these matters will be richly rewarded with this concise yet comprehensive resource.”

—Robert D. Jones

“I wish I had had a copy before I started out in ministry in the local church. I would have been better equipped to help and better prepared for the kinds of issues I would encounter.”

—Ligon Duncan


Jim Newheiser (MA, DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) is director of the Christian Counseling program and associate professor of practical theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He a fellow of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) and a board member of the Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals.

Table of Contents — Christ and Covenant Theology by Cornelis P. Venema

Christ and Covenant Theology: Essays on Election, Republication, and the Covenants by Cornelis P. Venema


Foreword by Sinclair B. Ferguson




Part 1: The Covenant of Works and the Covenant of Grace

1. The Covenant of Works in the Westminster Confession of Faith

2. The Covenant of Works and the Mosaic Economy (1): The Case for “Republication”

3. The Covenant of Works and the Mosaic Economy (2): Assessing the Case for “Republication”

Part 2: Covenant and Election

4. Covenant and Election in the Theology of Herman Bavinck

5. The Relation of Covenant and Election in the Theology of Herman Bavinck

6. The Election and Salvation of the Children of Believers Who Die in Infancy: A Study of Article 1.17 of the Canons of Dort (1)

7. The Election and Salvation of the Children of Believers Who Die in Infancy: A Study of Article 1.17 of the Canons of Dort (2)

8. Covenant Theology and the Baptism of the Children of Believers

Part 3: Covenant Theology in Recent Discussion

9. Covenant, Justification, and the “Federal Vision” (1): An Introduction

10. Covenant, Justification, and the “Federal Vision” (2): Covenant and Election

11. Covenant, Justification, and the “Federal Vision” (3): Covenant and Justification

12. Covenant and Justification in N. T. Wright’s Interpretation of Romans 5:12–21


Select Bibliography

Index of Scripture

Index of Subjects and Names

Here is the full list of endorsers (listed in alphabetic order) for Cornelis P. Venema’s book.

  • J. Mark Beach, Mid-America Reformed Seminary
  • John Bolt, Jean and Kenneth Baker Professor of Systematic Theology, Calvin Theological Seminary
  • J. Ligon Duncan, Chancellor/CEO, Reformed Theological Seminary; John E. Richards Professor of Systematic Theology, RTS Jackson
  • Richard B. Gaffin Jr., Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology, Emeritus, Westminster Theological Seminary
  • Mark Jones, Minister, Faith Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Keith A. Mathison, Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformation Bible College
  • Ryan M. McGraw, Professor of Systematic Theology, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
  • David B. McWilliams, Senior Minister, Covenant Presbyterian Church, Lakeland, Florida
  • Richard A. Muller, Senior Fellow, Junius Institute for Digital Reformation Research; P. J. Zondervan Professor of Historical Theology, Emeritus, Calvin Theological Seminary
  • Derek W. H. Thomas, Chancellor’s Professor, Reformed Theological Seminary; Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina; Teaching Fellow, Ligonier Ministries
  • Lane G. Tipton, Charles Krahe Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary
  • Guy Prentiss Waters, James M. Baird Jr. Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson