All posts by William E. Boyce and K. J. Drake

William E. Boyce is the pastor of Christ Church of Arlington, a small Presbyterian church in Arlington, VA. He recently completed his DMin at Trinity School for Ministry, studying the intersection of race, theology, and experience among Black pastors in the PCA. K. J. Drake is Academic Dean and Professor of Historical Theology at Indianapolis Theological Seminary. His publications include articles in the Journal of Reformed Theology and Westminster Theological Journal and online with the Modern Reformation and Credo Magazine. His first book entitled "The Flesh of the Word: The extra Calvinisticum from Zwingli to Early Orthodoxy" was published in the Oxford Studies in Historical Theology. Dr. Drake is an ordained Ruling Elder in the Presbyterian Church in America having served churches in both Missouri and Ontario.

The Case for Pew Bibles

Do pew Bibles matter? Churches of all styles have had to ask this question in recent years. The increase of church plants using secular spaces for worship means that church planters must contemplate the extra weight, hassle, and expense of...