• Summer Reading

    Are you looking for a good book to read this summer? The Reformed Institute Director presents the 2016 "Not Quite Beach Reading" List.
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  • Telling the Truth, Healing the Church

    Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil is an edited volume of original autobiographical essays about the challenges facing young pastors. The book review by the Rev. Sarah Cairatti is available by clicking the read more link below.
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  • Calvinism and Politics

    This event is designed as an opportunity to explore the resources available in the Reformed tradition for thinking about the political challenges of our time. Click the read more button below for more information and to register for this event.
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  • Telling the Truth, Healing the Church: A Review of Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil, edited by James Ellis III

    Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil (Smyth & Helwys 2015) is an edited volume of original autobiographical essays about the challenges facing young pastors that was assembled by the Rev. James Ellis III, an ordained Baptist minister who was educatedat Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, among other places. For a number of years he served as the pastor of a church in the D.C. area and has just recently been named the chaplain of Hope College in Holland, Michigan.

    The reviewer is the Rev. Sarah Cairatti, a graduate of Union TheologicalSeminary in New York who has served as the Associate Pastor for Youth and Familiesat Clifton Presbyterian Church (Virginia) since 2012.

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