The writings and wisdom of men and women seeking to “purify” the 16th and 17th century church still speak to Reformed hearts and minds today. Church historians William Barker and Stephen Nichols detail the timeless insights of Burroughs, Bradford, Sibbes, and others.
Messages from the 2005 Reformed Bible Conference include:
- "Testing the Good Life: Why Puritans are Good Teachers" by Stephen Nichols
- "A Rare Jewel: Jeremiah Burroughs on Assurance" by Stephen Nichols
- "A Burden on Our Backs: A Book in Our Hand" by Stephen Nichols
- "John Bradford: Letters From Prison" by William Barker
- "Richard Sibbes: A Puritan Conscience" by William Barker
- "Thomas Watson: Living By the Shorter Catechism" by William Barker
- "The Voices of Puritan Women" by Michael Rogers
Reformed Theology reaches beyond mere doctrine, extending into the worldview and lifestyle of every Christian. For more than 25 years, Westminster Presbyterian Church of Lancaster, PA hosted the Reformed Bible Conference, which—each year—centered on a different theme of interest, from the historical to the practical. With host pastor Michael Rogers providing the foundation, renowned and respected speakers from around the world gathered to provide timeless teaching and profound insight into the Reformed life.