David Gibson

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For the theologians of Old Princeton these are good days in which to be dead. Recently published is Paul Gutjhar's biography of Charles Hodge (Oxford University Press, 2011), and Paul K. Helseth's "Right Reason" and the Princeton Mind (P&R, 2010) has been well received. A biography of B. B. Warfield by Bradley Grundlach is forthcoming, […]

David Gibson
Fred G. Zaspel
Thursday, June 30th 2011

All over the world, every Sunday, countless sermons are delivered. What is happening-or should be happening-when a human preacher stands to proclaim God’s Word? There are many forms of pulpit address that might go under the name of preaching. In the best of them, the Bible is always present in some defining way; but a […]

David Gibson
Wednesday, January 7th 2009

You may have heard the story of the Mennonite Brethren movement. One particular analysis goes like this: the first generation believed and proclaimed the gospel and thought that there were certain social entailments. The next generation assumed the gospel and advocated the entailments. The third generation denied the gospel and all that were left were […]

David Gibson
Friday, August 31st 2007

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

J. Ligon Duncan, IIISenior Minister, First Presbyterian Church