Upcoming Discussions


The Book of Judges and the People of God
Miles Van Pelt and Ligon Duncan
July 28

Arminius and the Reformed Tradition
John Fesko and Ligon Duncan
August 25

Trauma and the Christian Life
Mike Hillerman and Ligon Duncan
September 22

The Sabbath as Rest and Hope for the People of God
Guy Waters and Ligon Duncan
October 18

From the Manger to the Throne: A Theology of Luke
Benjamin Gladd and Ligon Duncan
November 10

The Birth of Christ: The Biblical Significance of Christmas
John Fesko and Ligon Duncan
December 13


Registration details coming soon.

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About the Forums

Each month, Reformed Theological Seminary Jackson hosts an Online Discussion Forum moderated by Dr. Ligon Duncan, Chancellor, CEO, and President of RTS Jackson. During the discussion, an RTS Jackson faculty member addresses a topic within their area of expertise, and questions from the audience are addressed. These monthly events are designed to help both alumni and friends, as well as current and prospective students, by aiding growth in their personal lives, and motivating them to Christian service. Additionally, participants are entered into a book giveaway related to the topic.

Dr. Ligon Duncan says of the events: “I learn so much leading these interviews and discussions, and I delight to see old friends and make new ones. The questions that come from our guests have been excellent, and I think the growing and enthusiastic response we’ve had speaks for itself. I hope you’ll join us regularly for this enjoyable and informative time of fellowship and conversation.”