17th Annual Reformed Bible Conference

March 21-22, 2014

About Event

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Conference Purpose

To promote the understanding of the historic Reformed faith according to the Word of God, and as defined in the Westminster Standards and the Three Forms of Unity (The Heidelberg Catechism, The Belgic Confession and the Canons of Dordt).

To bring people of the region together for instruction, encouragement and fellowship; to promote Biblical truth and to equip conference participants to share that truth.

Program

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Theme
The Centrality of the Cross
Session 1
Friday 8:00 pm
The Eternal Council of God
Session 2
Saturday 10:00 am
The Historical Reality of the Cross
Session 3
Saturday 1:00 pm
The Cross in the Believer’s Heart

Speaker

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Featured Speaker
Dr. Douglas F. Kelly

Bio

Dr. Kelly received his B.A. from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Diploma from the University of Lyon, his B.D. from the Union Theological Seminary, and his Ph. D. from the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of many written works including, If God Already Knows, Why Pray?, Preachers with Power: Four Stalwarts of the South, New Life in the Wasteland, Creation and Change, and The Emergence of Liberty in the Modern World. His firm grasp of multiple languages and his theological competence are capably demonstrated in translating such works as Sermons by John Calvin on II Samuel. He is serving with David Wright of the University of Edinburgh as a general editor for a revision of Calvin’s Old Testament Commentaries. Before joining the faculty at RTS, Dr. Kelly travelled extensively throughout the world preaching and teaching. He was also enlisted to serve on the Jurisprudence project of The Christian Legal Society and serves on the Credentials Committee of the Central Carolina Presbytery.

Location

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127 Hespeler Rd., (HWY 24) Cambridge, Ontario