Revd Dr Derek Thomas
He was ordained in the Evangelical Church of Ireland, where he served Stranmillis Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Belfast for 17 years before going to Jackson, Mississippi. Dr. Thomas served the next sixteen years in Jackson, as a professor of theology at RTS Jackson and Minister of Teaching at the historic First Presbyterian Church. Currently, he is the Chancellor’s Professor of Systematic and Pastoral Theology and also serves as Senior Minister at First Presbyterian Church (ARP) in Columbia, South Carolina.
The Beauty and Glory of the Father; Strength for the Weary; Scripture: Inerrant Word for You: A Guide; How the Gospel Brings Us All the Way Home; Give Praise to God: A Vision for Reforming Worship : Celebrating the Legacy of James Montgomery Boice
Revd Dr Geoffrey Thomas
Geoffrey Thomas was the minister of Alfred Place Baptist Church in Aberystwyth, Wales. He has served as the chairman of the Grace Churches of England and Wales, and of the Association of Evangelical Churches of Wales, and is currently Editor of the Banner of Truth Trust’s website articles. Geoffrey is a Visiting Professor of Historical Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The Holy Spirit; Daniel: Servant of God Under Four Kings; Philip and the Revival in Samaria and Ernest Reisinger: A Biography; as well as the booklet Reading the Bible
Revd Dr David Strain
While in art school, David Strain was involved in student ministry, becoming President of the Christian Union, and there began to discern a call to the ministry. After studying for the ministry, he was ordained to the gospel ministry in the Free Church of Scotland in September 2003, and has held pastoral charges in London, England, and Columbus, MS. Since May 2013, David has served on the pastoral staff of First Presbyterian Church in Jackson and was installed as Senior Minister in May 2014.
Ruth & Esther: There is a Redeemer and Sudden Reversals
Revd Dr Guy P. Waters
Dr. Guy Waters is Professor of New Testament at RTS Jackson with a particular interest in the letters and theology of Paul, the use of Scripture in the New Testament, and the Synoptic Gospels. Prior to coming to RTS Jackson in 2007, he spent one year teaching Hellenistic Greek at Duke Divinity School and five years as Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Belhaven College. In 2003, he became a teaching elder in the Mississippi Valley Presbytery (PCA). He served as the Chair of the Credentials Committee for more than ten years.
How Jesus Runs the Church; Justification and the New Perspectives on Paul; The Federal Vision and Covenant Theology: A Comparative Analysis; By Faith Alone; The End of Deuteronomy in the Epistles of Paul; The Acts of the Apostles.
Revd Dr Ryan McGraw
Revd Dr Ryan McGraw held pastorates in South Carolina with the PCA and California (OPC). He is an assistant book review editor with the Puritan Reformed Journal and an editor with Reformation Heritage Books. Currently, he is the Morton H. Smith Professor of Systematic Theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary that offers degrees through the Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Gateshead, England.
Knowing the Trinity: Practical Thoughts for Daily Life; A Heavenly Directory: Trinitarian Piety, Public Worship and a Reassessment of John Owen’s Theology; The Day of Worship: Reassessing the Christian Life in Light of the Sabbath; John Owen: Trajectories in Reformed Orthodox Theology
Revd Dr Jon D. Payne
Jon D. Payne is Senior Pastor of Christ Church Presbyterian (PCA) in Charleston, South Carolina. From 2003-2013 he served as Senior Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church (PCA) near Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Payne also serves as Executive Director of the Gospel Reformation Network, Co-Editor (with Joel Beeke) of the Lectio Continua Expository Commentary series (Reformation Heritage Books), and Trustee of the Banner of Truth.
John Owen On the Lord’s Supper; In the Splendour of Holiness: Rediscovering the Beauty of Reformed Worship for the 21st Century; A Faith Worth Teaching: The Heidelberg Catechism’s Enduring Heritage.
Revd Dr Kevin Bidwell
Revd Dr Kevin J. Bidwell is the founding minister of Sheffield Presbyterian Church (Evangelical Presbyterian Church of England and Wales). He also serves as a visiting lecturer in Systematic Theology at London Theological Seminary and was chairman of the Yorkshire Reformed Ministerial Fraternal (2012-2015) and moderator of the EPCEW (2014-2015).
The Church as the Image of the Trinity: A Critical Evaluation of Miroslav Volf’s Ecclesial Model; Losing the Dance: Is the ‘Divine Dance’ a Good Explanation of the Trinity? in Engaging with Keller.
Revd Dr Peter Naylor
Peter Naylor is the founding minister of Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Cardiff (Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales). He previously served at Ely Presbyterian Church. He taught Old Testament Exegesis at the Evangelische Theologische Faculteit, Leuven (1987-1990) and Old Testament and Ecclesiology at Wales Evangelical School of Theology (1999-2010). Since 2001 Dr Naylor has served as the Recording Secretary of the ICRC. He is also the editor the Presbyterian Network and teaches as a Professor of Old Testament Exegesis at the Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
The Language of Covenant: A Structural Analysis of the Semantic Field of Berit in Biblical Hebrew, with Particular Reference to the Book of Genesis; Numbers (Bible Commentary); “The Church’s Mission: Sent to ‘Do Justice’ in the World?” in Engaging with Keller.
Revd Dr Bill Schweitzer
William M. Schweitzer is the founding minister of Gateshead Presbyterian Church (Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales). He previously served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps and as tutor at Edinburgh University. Recently, he spent a year with the US Marines Special Forces Command as a chaplain. He is also a professor for Systematic Theology at the Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
God is a Communicative Being: Divine Communicativeness and Harmony in the Theology of Jonathan Edwards; Engaging with Keller: Thinking Through the Theology of a Popular Evangelical; Jonathan Edwards for the Church: The Ministry and the Means of Grace.