Posted by: Michael Dewalt | June 29, 2009

Calvin for the 21st Century

Ligon Duncan writes,

“This year the reformed world has seen a number of books and conferences related to the life and work of John Calvin.  For instance, Derek and I will be participating in the “Calvin 500″ in Geneva next week.  Of course, many who would love to attend a Calvin conference will not be able to make the pilgrimage all the way to Geneva!  Thus there are many other conferences devoted to Calvin all over the United States.  In an age that lacks appreciation of and is at times generally ignorant of history, one of the most important of the Calvin conferences, in my estimation, is “Calvin for the 21st Century,” sponsored by the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  As with all things under the direction of Joel Beeke, you can expect that the conference will be first rate and excellently demonstrate the relevance of one of the greatest reformers of all time. And Derek and I will be there too!

If you would like more information about “Calvin for the 21st Century,” check out this website  Those interested should take advantage of the preregistration discount being offered through July 24th. Space is limited.”

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