Act Like Men

Act Like Men

By: Patrick Malphrus It was 2005 and I was in my second year of study for my M.Div. at Erskine Theological Seminary. I had completed my Hebrew coursework and it was time for me to take an Old Testament book study. Without hesitation, I signed up for Dr. Culver’s...
Erskine: A Tradition and a Future

Erskine: A Tradition and a Future

In August of last year, my wife and I drove our eldest child to Due West for her first year of college. It is always hard on parents leaving their first child at college. We had fears unique to the situation at Erskine. Would my daughter have the same experience that...
Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

The Mustard Seed Principles for The Impatient Pious and the sullen skeptics By: Michael A. Milton The Messiah sat in a boat for his humble pulpit. It must have moved gently on the water. He looked out across the beach at a growing congregation. And what he saw then is...
Making Nests In Its Branches

Making Nests In Its Branches

By Lee Shelnutt He put another parable before them, saying, “The kingdom of heaven is like a grain of mustard seed that a man took and sowed in his field.  It is the smallest of all seeds, but when it has grown it is larger than all the garden plants and becomes a...
The Good Soil “Hears”

The Good Soil “Hears”

By: Robert J. Cara, Ph.D. Hearing To become a professor at Reformed Theological Seminary, the candidate must go through many “hoops.” One requirement is that Dr. Duncan (Chancellor) and I (Provost) interview the candidate for three hours covering a host of theological...