Introducting readmachen.com

I recently launched a new website: readmachen.com. The site started as a digitization of the bibliography of Machen’s works published in Pressing Towards the Mark (sadly out of print) by James Dennison and Grace Mullen. This bibliography is 25 pages long and lists nearly 400 books, articles, sermons, and letters from J. Gresham Machen published over the last 100 years. The online version allows you to see the data in ways the print version doesn’t; for example, you can view publications by year or source....

September 3, 2019

ulsterworldly.com, a church history blog

I created ulsterworldly.com, a blog about the history of Presbyterianism, mainly to organize my notes and study. Many of the entries relate to my own family, where Presbyterianism goes back to the 1560s in Scotland. My other primary area of interest is the history of my own denomination, the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. My prayer is that others will find these resources encouraging and strengthening as well.

November 14, 2015

Westminster Daily

To encourage Christians to read the Westminster Standards, Dr. Joey Pipa Jr. has prepared a calendar of readings from these three documents. By following his calendar, you will read through the Standards every year. With this site, you can find the daily readings at reformedconfessions.com/westminster-daily or in your email inbox.

June 8, 2015

Readings in the Reformed Diaconate

The Reformed churches have always held the office of deacon as essential to the church’s life. Following the pattern of Acts 6, our churches have sought to find “men of good repute, full of the Spirit and of wisdom” to serve the physical needs of the church so our elders can devote themselves to “to prayer and to the ministry of the word.” Despite the priority we place on this office, I have found relatively little has been written specifically on the office of deacon....

May 10, 2015