This Month's Forum

Our World and the Neo-Calvinist Tradition
Drs. Ligon Duncan, Gray Sutanto, and Cory Brock
Thursday, December 14, 12:00-1:00 p.m.

This month, Dr. Duncan will interview Drs. Gray Sutanto and Cory Brock on the Neo-Calvinist tradition to celebrate the forthcoming release of T&T Clark Handbook of Neo-Calvinism.

Gray Sutanto headshotDr. N. Gray Sutanto is the Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington D.C. Sutanto did his doctoral work under the supervision of Dr. James Eglinton at the University of Edinburgh, focusing on the 19th century Dutch Reformed theologian, Herman Bavinck. Ordained in the International Presbyterian Church, he has served as a teaching elder in Covenant City Church, Jakarta, Indonesia, and has received a visiting fellowship at Kampen Theological University.

Dr. Cory Brock (PhD, University of Edinburgh, MDiv, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson) is a minister in the Free Church of Scotland at St. Columba’s in Edinburgh. Brock also lectures in systematic theology and preaching at Edinburgh Theological Seminary. He is the author of Orthodox yet Modern: Herman Bavinck’s Use of Friedrich Schleiermacher.

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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.

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