Westminster Speaks

Westminster Speaks


There was a day when I liked the sea.   That day has come and gone.  Don’t get me wrong.  I still love to walk on the beach.  I love to watch the waves.  I am compelled by the majestic “signals of transcendence” (to co-opt a Peter Berger phrase), which propel my mind God-ward before the immense ocean and its teeming life, as it is set against a horizon extending beyond the eyes’ reach.  But it would take a presidential-sized stimulus package to convince me to get on a boat in the Pacific...
Posted March 9, 2009 By David B. Garner
Some months ago, I wrote a short piece for the e-zine, Reformation 21, about the tendency of Reformed Christians over the last twenty or so years to be rather embarrassed about their heritage and to be continually fretting about whether they are relevant or not...Well, if Time magazine is to be believed, the worrier children can stop wringing their hands...
Posted March 16, 2009 By Carl R. Trueman