The Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology

January 8, 2010

Eschatology, Theology

I’m not associated formally with the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, but I stand with them doctrinally.  Who are they you might ask?  From their website:

The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals is a broad coalition of evangelical Christians from various denominations, including Baptist, Congregational (Independent), Anglican (Episcopal), Presbyterian, Reformed, and Lutheran. The purpose of the Alliance’s existence is to call the Church, amidst a dying culture, to repent of its worldliness, to recover and confess the truth of God’s Word as did the reformers, and to see that truth embodied in doctrine, worship, and life.

You can find their website here.  One of their event outreaches is the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology.  This year, in Greenville, SC, the event I’ll be attending, some of my favorite authors will be speaking.  Since I’m looking forward to it with great anticipation, I thought it would be appropriate to give it some props.  Note that if you register early, you can get your ticket at the discounted rate.  Check it out:

If you’re observant, you’ll notice two of the speakers have authored books on the eschatology reading list (Click the study plan tab above).  Also, Joel Beeke, among his many works, has authored a book entitled “Meet the Puritans”.  An excellent collection of short biographical sketches of many of the Puritan preachers and scholars.  Although I won’t blog the event live, I do hope to publish, at night, a quick update on the days events.  This is a great time to take a step away from your daily routine and spend some time listening to some great messages about God’s plans for the last days and how prophecy has unfolded throughout history.  Another opportunity to draw close to God and fellowship with other believers.

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