We are excited about this year’s Puritan Reformed Conference, “The Grace of the Gospel.” Along with that we want to introduce you each week to one of our out-of-town guest conference speakers.
Our second speaker we want to introduce you to is Rev. Robert D. McCurley.
Robert D. McCurley is pastor of Greenville Presbyterian Church, Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) in Greenville, South Carolina. He is also an editor of The Master’s Trumpet, and an overseeing director of Grange Press. In addition to pastoring, Rev. McCurley has written for various periodicals, and his lectures for John Knox Institute have been translated into a number of languages.
Rev. McCurley will be speaking on “Ceremonial Shadows and the Gospel.” Here’s a link to a recent message by Rev. McCurley entitled “God’s Timeless Eternity” (Isaiah 57:15): https://sermonaudio.com/sermon/22421204159773
About the Puritan Reformed Conference
The Puritan Reformed Conference aims to cultivate a Christian worldview that is biblical, doctrinal, experiential, and practical. 2021 marks the 13th year of the conference sponsored by the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. Past speakers have included the seminary’s faculty, as well as men such as Ligon Duncan, Michael Haykin, Carl Trueman, Conrad Mbewe, Derek Thomas, Geoff Thomas, and a host of others.
The Puritan Reformed Conference is a wonderful venue to hear Reformed, preaching; preaching that makes much of the grace of God in the gospel. It is also a great opportunity for dear friends to get reacquainted and to make new friends along the way. Lastly, the conference is a destination for wonderful, godly, Christian books for all ages, all at deeply discounted prices.