THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2005 | 7 PM
Jus Divinum: The Westminster Assembly and Divine Right of Church Government (Does the Bible teach a form of church government?)
Rev. Dr. J. Richard DeWitt - Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina
Born in Zeeland, Michigan.
A son of the manse, he attended schools in New Era, Detroit, Grand Rapids (Baxter Christian School and Grand Rapids Christian High School), and Chicago (Chicago Christian High School).
He is a graduate of Hope College (B.A.) and Western Theological Seminary (B.D.), both in Holland, Michigan, and of the John Calvin Academy of the Theological University of the Reformed Churches in Kampen, the Netherlands (Th.D.). He also has an honorary degree (D.D.) from Rhodes College in Memphis Tennessee.
He has been minister of the Sixth Reformed Church of Paterson, New Jersey (1959-1964); assistant minister of Grove Chapel, Camberwell, London (1967-1969); minister of the Williamsburg Presbyterian Church of Kingstree, South Carolina (1970-1975); professor of church history and then of systematic theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi (1975-1982); senior minister of the Second Presbyterian Church of Memphis, Tennessee (1983-1993); senior minister of the Seventh Reformed Church of Grand Rapids, Michigan (1993-2000); and senior minister of the First Presbyterian Church of Columbia, South Carolina (2000-present).
He is a trustee of the Banner of Truth Trust and an associate editor of The Banner of Truth.
Jus Divinum: The Westminster Assembly and the Divine Right of Church
“What Is the Reformed Faith?”
Translation: Herman N. Ridderbos, Paul: An Outline of His Theology
Mrs. de Witt is the former Jane Conyers Epps, of Kingstree, South Carolina. The de Witts have three children: Glenda Brown Shuler and Frank A. Brown, both of Kingstree; and Robert Gregory Epps de Witt, of Memphis.
Worth a $100?