Samuel T. Logan, Jr.

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This book has two primary purposes: (1) to provide a thorough narrative describing the various revivals of religion in the American colonies between 1730 and 1800, and (2) to show that these revivals constitute the beginnings of evangelicalism in America. There is no question that the book accomplishes its first purpose superbly. Whether the book […]

Samuel T. Logan, Jr.
Thomas S. Kidd
Tuesday, July 1st 2008

This volume is a collection of presentations that was delivered at the second general assembly of the World Reformed Fellowship (WRF) in 2006. The WRF is a network for communication and sharing of resources for a number of Reformed denominations, associations, local congregations, institutions, agencies, and individual leaders. According to the editor, this organization "fulfills […]

J. V. Fesko
Samuel T. Logan, Jr.
Wednesday, January 2nd 2008

This is a superb book. One of its most outstanding features is its tight and lucid organization. David Hempton tells his reader what he is going to do, he does it (explaining what he is doing every step of the way), and he then summarizes what he has done. His purpose is clearly stated: "The […]

Samuel T. Logan, Jr.
Thursday, May 3rd 2007

Is global warming a problem or not? Well, that depends on whose arguments one reads. However, after a significant amount of recent reading, I have become convinced that it is a major problem and that if I don't do something, I will be violating my responsibilities to the Lord and to my grandchildren. Is globalization […]

Samuel T. Logan, Jr.
Craig Ott
Wednesday, May 2nd 2007

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

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