The Author

Sean Michael Lucas (PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is senior pastor at Independent Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Memphis, Tennessee, and Chancellor’s Professor of Church History at Reformed Theological Seminary. He’s author of several books, including For a Continuing Church: The Roots of the Presbyterian Church in America (P&R, 2015)He recently contributed an essay on Lutheran theology after Martin Luther to The Legacy of Luther (Reformation Trust, 2016). You can hear his sermons here.

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