Rev. Dr. Carl Trueman

Rev. Dr. Carl Trueman

REV. DR. CARL R. TRUEMAN (PhD, Aberdeen) holds the Paul Woolley Chair of Church History and is professor of church history at Westminster Theological Seminary. He has written more than a dozen books, and is currently co-editing with Bruce Gordon the Oxford Handbook of Calvin and Calvinism due in 2017. Dr. Trueman’s academic interests include Reformation church history, including the life and work of men like Martin Luther and John Owen. For those who are new to Dr. Trueman’s writing and teaching on his research interests, he recommends several resources as places to start. Regarding Reformation church history, he would recommend beginning with his course The Reformation, available free online from Westminster, or his book Reformation: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. On Luther, he would recommend watching his recent lecture “Martin Luther, Troubled Prophet,” or reading Luther on the Christian Life: Cross and Freedom. On John Owen, he would suggest his book John Owen: Reformed Catholic, Renaissance Man, or watching his recent lecture series on the topic. Dr. Trueman also writes online regularly at firstthings.com on contemporary issues such as religious freedom, identity politics, and the state of the church.

Carl R. Trueman is William E. Simon Visiting Fellow in Religion in Public Life at the James Madison Program at Princeton University. He is also the Pastor of Cornerstone Presbyterian Church in Ambler, PA.

Plenary Lecture – “Worship that is Counter-Cultural yet Trans-Cultural”

“Historical Examples of When God-Centered Worship Could Have Helped”

Lunch and Forum (if you’ve purchased the meal plan, please join us) “Gender Politics”

Plenary Lecture-“Why Worship as God Says?”