Preaching at Erskine

Erskine CollegeToday I had the joy of preaching the annual Resurrection Sermon for a joint convocation of seminary and college students at Erskine College and Seminary in Due West, South Carolina. I spoke from 1 Corinthians 15 (click HERE for Erskine’s summary of the event). After a great fellowship and reception (complete with sweet ice tea, no unsweetened offerred), I enjoyed walking across the spacious lawn beneath the giant live oaks. This is simply one of the prettiest campuses I have been on.

Milton at ErskineIt was also a joy seeing the Dean, Dr. R. J. Gore, once again. I think his book on Covenant Worship is a must read on the subject on the matter of the regulative principle in worship. Along with a great faculty, including Mark Ross and Hughes Oliphant Old and others, Erskine is doing a great job of preparing future leaders for the Church of our Lord grounded in classical Reformed theology combined with a love for the lost. It was a great atmosphere to be around and a great day all around.

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About Michael Milton, Ph.D.

Michael A. Milton, Ph.D. (University of Wales, Trinity Saint David's College), is an American Presbyterian pastor, theologian, and author. He is, also, an alumnus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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One Response to Preaching at Erskine

  1. Accent Chair says:

    my sister and i loves to read christian books because it inspires us to live life in its fullest ;-~

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