Prof. Ronald Cammenga
“Illustrating and Recommending the Grace of Election—
Dordt’s Doctrine of Reprobation”
Prof. Ronald Cammenga graduated from the Protestant Reformed Theological Seminary in 1979. In 2013 he earned his Th.M. degree from Calvin Theological Seminary. He served four congregations in the PRCA before accepting the appointment to serve as the professor of Reformed Dogmatics and Old Testament Studies in the Protestant Reformed Theological Seminary.
Prof. Barrett Gritters
“Assurance: Sovereign Grace’s Speech to the Heart”
Prof. Barrett Gritters graduated from the Protestant Reformed Theological Seminary and earned his Th.M degree from Calvin Theological Seminary. He served two congregations in the PRCA before accepting the appointment to serve as the professor of Practical Theology and New Testament Studies in the Protestant Reformed Theological Seminary.
Rev. Brian Huizinga
“Warring a Good Warfare with the Canons”
Rev. Brian Huizinga is a graduate of the Protestant Reformed Theological Seminary. He has been the pastor at Hope Protestant Reformed Church in Redlands, California since 2011.
Prof. Doug Kuiper
“The Doctrine of the Covenant in the Canons”
Prof. Kuiper graduated from Calvin College in 1991 and from the Protestant Reformed Theological Seminary in 1995. He pastored two Protestant Reformed Churches before Synod 2017 appointed him as the professor of Church History and New Testament. Currently Prof. Kuiper is working on getting his ThM degree from Calvin Seminary, with a concentration in church history.
Rev. Bill Langerak
“The Polity of Dordt: Om Goede Orde in de Gemeente Christi te Onderhouden (Maintaining Good Order in
the Church of Christ)”
Rev. Bill Langerak is a graduate of the Protestant Reformed Theological Seminary. He has been the pastor at Southeast Protestant Reformed Church in Wyoming, Michigan since 2003.
Rev. Mark Shand
“The Call of the Gospel”
Rev. Mark Shand was ordained in 2001 as a minister in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Australia. From 2001-2009, He served as the minister in the Winnaleah congregation of the EPC, and from 2009 to the present he has been the minister of the Launceston congregation.
Rev. Angus Stewart
“The Canons as the Original ‘Five Points’”
Rev. Angus Stewart is the pastor of the Covenant Protestant Reformed Church (CPRC) in N. Ireland and chairman of the British Reformed Fellowship. He has spoken at conferences in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Portugal, and has participated in television debates on Calvinism, Charismaticism and the cross. The dozens of articles he has written in various American and British journals, magazines and newspapers can be found on the extensive CPRC website (www.cprc.co.uk), which also contains the largest on-line collection of translations of the Canons of Dordt.