Dr. Peter Jones

Dr. Peter Jones Dr. Peter Jones was born in Liverpool, England. He went to the University of Wales, then to Gordon Divinity School, near Boston. While doing his master's year at Harvard Divinity School he met Rebecca Clowney, daughter of Edmund P. Clowney, president for many years of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He was married in 1971 while he was a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton Theological Seminary. He taught New Testament at La Faculté Libre de Théologie Réformée d'Aix-en-Provence, in a cooperative agreement with Mission to the World (PCA). Later he taught at Westminster Seminary, California. He has written several books and is presently the Executive Director of truthXchange. Dr. Jones is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America and serves on the executive committee of the World Reformed Fellowship.

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Christian World View

By: Dr. Peter Jones

The Coming of the Goddess to the Land of Our Fathers

Volume 22, Number 10 (3/1/2020, to 3/7/2020)

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Topics: Biblical TheologyChristian LivingPhilosophy

Christian World View

By: Dr. Peter Jones

The Coming of the Goddess to the Land of Our Fathers

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

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Topics: Christian LivingEthics

The God of the Bible

By: Dr. Peter Jones

Genesis 1

Volume 22, Number 9 (2/23/2020, to 2/29/2020)

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Topics: Biblical TheologyPentateuchGod

The God of The Bible

By: Dr. Peter Jones

Genesis 1

Volume 19, Number 5 (1/29/2017, to 2/4/2017)

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Topics: PentateuchGodApologetics

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