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‘The devil is in our doctrine,’ lecturer tells Princeton Theological Seminary

“Calvinists don’t really do the devil,” Dr. Philip G. Ziegler, professor of Christian Dogmatics at the University of Aberdeen, recently said as he named the “strong sense of human responsibility and the demystifying impulse that marks Reformed theology” before setting out the plan for his six lectures to prove the doctrinal importance of the devil. Ziegler presented his case to about 150 attendees in person and online during the 2024 Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures.

‘Princeton Seminary is just on fire right now’

When the Rev. Dr. Lee Hinson-Hasty, the host of “Leading Theologically,” receives an email from Princeton Theological Seminary’s president, the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton, there’s generally a “One Luv” typed in above Walton’s signature.

‘The devil is in our doctrine,’ lecturer tells Princeton Theological Seminary

“Calvinists don’t really do the devil,” Dr. Philip G. Ziegler, professor of Christian Dogmatics at the University of Aberdeen, said on March 18 as he named the “strong sense of human responsibility and the demystifying impulse that marks Reformed theology” before setting out the plan for his six lectures to prove the doctrinal importance of the devil. Ziegler presented his case to about 150 attendees in person and online during the 2024 Annie Kinkead Warfield Lectures.

Seminary professor holds an online Old Testament treasure hunt

“Rediscovering Lost Treasure: Old Testament Resources for Christian Faith and Life” is the title the Rev. Dr. Dennis Olson gave to an online talk he delivered earlier this month as part of the Synod of the Covenant’s “Equipping Preachers” series.

R. Gustav Niebuhr, distinguished Presbyterian journalist and academic, dies at age 68

R. Gustav Niebuhr, a pioneering Presbyterian journalist and scholar whose many awards included the 2000 David Steele Distinguished Writer Award from the Presbyterian Writers Guild, died Oct. 20 at age 68 from long-term complications from Parkinson’s Disease. His obituary is here, with a remembrance from Syracuse University, where he taught, found here.