Dr. Doug Kelly

Dr. Douglas F. Kelly is the Richard Jordan Professor of Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte. Dr. Kelly received his B.A. from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Diploma from the University of Lyon, his B.D. from Union Theological Seminary, and his Ph. D. from the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of many works including, If God Already Knows, Why Pray?, Preachers with Power: Four Stalwarts of the South, New Life in the Wasteland, Creation and Change, and The Emergence of Liberty in the Modern World. His firm grasp of multiple languages and his theological competence are capably demonstrated in translating such works as Sermons on II Samuel by John Calvin. He is currently serving with David Wright of the University of Edinburgh as a general editor for a revision of Calvins Old Testament Commentaries. Before joining the faculty at RTS, Dr. Kelly travelled extensively throughout the world preaching and teaching. He was also enlisted to serve on the Jurisprudence project of The Christian Legal Society and serves on the Credentials Committee of the Central Carolina Presbytery.

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Intercession for a Lost World

By: Dr. Doug Kelly

Genesis 18:16-33

Volume 22, Number 14 (3/29/2020, to 4/4/2020)

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Topics: Biblical TheologyPentateuchGod

An Investment That Always Works

By: Dr. Doug Kelly

II Corinthians 9:1-11

Volume 22, Number 12 (3/15/2020, to 3/21/2020)

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Topics: Biblical TheologyPauline EpistlesMissions

An Investment That Always Works

By: Dr. Doug Kelly

2 Corinthians 9:1-11

Volume 19, Number 6 (2/5/2017, to 2/11/2017)

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Topics: Missions

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