About the Law (GPTS Conference)

This week Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary is holding their annual conference (March 10-12, 2015). The theme of this year’s conference is The Law of God in a Lawless Age. Here is the scheduled:

Tuesday, March 10
1:15 – 2:30 – New Covenant Theology & The Law of God: Views, Critiques, Proposals
Dr. Richard Barcellos – Pastor of Grace Reformed Baptist Church in Palmdale, CA

3:00 – 4:15 – No Gospel Without The Law
Dr. Tony Curto – Associate professor of Practical Theology in Missions and Apologetics at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary

7:00 – 8:30pm – What The Law Could Not Do (Rom. 8:3) *
Dr. Ian Hamilton Pastor of Cambridge Presbyterian Church in England

Wednesday
9:00 – 10:15 – Paul & The Law in Galatians 3
Dr. Sidney Dyer – Professor of Greek and New Testament at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary

10:35 – 11:50 – Antinomianism: The Golden White Devil
Dr. Mark Jones – Pastor of Faith Vancouver Presbyterian Church of Vancouver, B.C.

1:45 – 3:00 – The Principle of Equity & Counseling
Dr. George Scipione – Director of the Biblical Counseling Institute and adjunct professor of Pastoral Theology at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA, adjunct professor of Applied Theology at GPTS.

7:00 – 8:30pm – Third Use of the Law *
Dr. Joseph A. Pipa – President and professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

Thursday
9:00 – 10:15 – Critique of Klinian Republication
Dr. Joseph A. Pipa – President and professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary

10:35 – 11:50 – Robert Rollock & The Covenant of Works
Mr. Breno Macedo – Assistant pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Teresina, Brazil, graduate of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

*Tuesday and Wednesday evening lectures are open to the public and will be webcast live (click here) courtesy of Sermonaudio.com.
Further information on the conference click here.

NOTE: Notice the respect the seminary gives to the Reformed Baptist. 🙂

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