The PCA: Happy Birthday!

January 28, 2015
Dr. Stephen Nichols: On this program, we talk about church history throughout the centuries, but I always enjoy when we bring church history a little bit forward and talk about the things that have happened a little bit closer to our time. So we are going to do that today, and joining us on our

Deserted Island Top 5: Sean Lucas

January 21, 2015
Dr. Stephen J. Nichols: Today, I have the good pleasure of sending one of my very good friends to our deserted island. We have with us Dr. Sean Michael Lucas, senior minister of First Presbyterian Church in Hattiesburg, Miss., and associate professor of church history at Reformed Theological Seminary. He is also author of many

St. Pierre’s Cathedral

January 14, 2015
In Rome sits the famed St. Peter's Basilica, the spiritual home of the pope. But there is another prominent St. Peter's, this one in Geneva, Switzerland. It was the adopted home church of the Reformer John Calvin. And since Geneva is a French-speaking city, let's call it St. Pierre's. Geneva was under Roman rule from as

St. John Lateran Church

January 7, 2015
This is a story about steps—very special steps. They lead up to the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran in Rome, the cathedral church of the pope, bishop of Rome. We’ll get to those steps in a moment. But first, some background. St. John Lateran’s Basilica was built over a military fort that had been built in
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