James Montgomery Boice

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In any discussion of reformation in doctrine one must come to the realization that the real problem of our time is that there is hardly any doctrine at all to reform. So when we talk about reformation we must focus on a recovery of theology, period. Certainly in the liberal churches there is a lack […]

James Montgomery Boice
Tuesday, August 28th 2007

When I returned to the United States from theological studies in Switzerland in 1966 to work as an assistant editor at Christianity Today, I found that it was a time of rising influence for evangelicals. Christianity Today was itself part of the resurgence. Led by founding editor Carl F. H. Henry, the magazine was mounting […]

James Montgomery Boice
Tuesday, August 7th 2007

The following are excerpts from plenary addresses delivered at this year's Philadelphia Conference on Reformation Theology. The theme was "the Covenant of Grace." Genesis 3 James Montgomery Boice, Senior Minister, Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia ..Verse 21: "The Lord God made garments of skin for Adam and his wife and clothed them." It's an obvious picture. […]

James Montgomery Boice
Harry Reeder
Thursday, July 5th 2007

I'd like to tell you a little bit about the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. It is a little hard to know exactly what to say because we have so many concerns. Years ago I was involved in something very similar to this, called the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy, where we also had a council […]

James Montgomery Boice
Monday, July 1st 1996

It's not just that there's a lack of a Christian way of thinking — a "Christian mind" — but there is hardly a mind at all. Some years ago I read an article in Newsweek about a husband and wife team of scientists who studied ducks. In order to observe their habits, they built a […]

James Montgomery Boice
Saturday, July 2nd 1994

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

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