These writings in honor of Dr. Douglas F. Kelly pay tribute to the impact his ministry of preaching, teaching, writing, and mentoring have had on countless people. Featuring essays from a host of contributors, including Drs. John Currid, Sinclair Ferguson, and Ligon Duncan, Generation to Generation points not only to the contribution Dr. Kelly has given to the church, but also to the God whom he loves and serves.
A humble, holy, and happy minister, Dr. Kelly’s life and ministry embodies the best of the Scottish, Southern, and Genevan Presbyterianism he so loves… this volume provides an apt tribute. Here, Dr. Kelly’s principal concerns are ably taken up, defended, and commended to a new generation.
Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mississippi
Joel R. Beeke
… strikes a chord of several harmonious notes―Bible, theology, history, and practical Christianity―just like the music of Douglas Kelly’s life. What a friend, scholar, and faithful man of God and theologian he has been and still is!
Chancellor, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
… a treasure of weighty theology rooted in the winsome graciousness of personal piety and prayerful discipleship. I learnt a very great deal from these writers who have learned so much from Dr Kelly, and I thank God for him and for each of them.
Minister, Trinity Church, Aberdeen
Michael A.G. Haykin
… a rich feast of essays on theology, church history, and ministerial praxis―which is quite apropos given Professor Kelly’s wide range of ministry. All in all, a truly excellent way to honour his eminently faithful and spiritually profitable lifetime of teaching.
Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
… stimulating, learned, and edifying―a fitting tribute to Dr. Kelly’s legacy inside and outside the classroom.
Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte