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God Has Spoken: Toward a Reformed Doctrine of Scripture

Join us for a four-day theological module in Conway, Arkansas, on the Doctrine of Scripture. Dr. Robert Gonzales and Dr. Jeffrey Johnson will serve as the course lecturers. The module will provide an overview of the doctrine of revelation beginning with general revelation, proceeding to redemptive revelation, and concluding with a treatment of the doctrine of Scripture, especially as it has been developed within the Reformed tradition. The course will address the major attributes of Scripture, including the necessity, identity (canon), authority, adequacy, availability, finality, and reliability of Scripture. The course will conclude with a an examination of the debate over the cessation of special revelation.

Grace Bible Church of Conway will host the module and provide lodging and meals for a limited number of out-of-town students or auditors. So register as soon as possible (click here). For a lecture schedule and course syllabus, click on the links below. The lectures for this course are part of the curriculum for RBS’s course ST 501 The Word.

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  1. October 26, 2015 at 1:20 pm

    Hope the Saints will be much encouraged by this conference!

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