Took a few hours off this morning to attend Scott Clark's installation service down at the seminary. Scott gave an important lecture on Caspar Olevianus' treatment of law and gospel, concentrating on the material in Olevianus' commentary on Romans. Dr. Clark demonstrated the great similarity between Olevianus and Luther (Calvin as well) on a number of key law-gospel texts. Good stuff.
Thought some of you would enjoy a picture from today's event. Scott even broke out his special bow tie and formal wear for the occasion.
During my time on the seminary board I was privileged to participate in several of these installations. I enjoy them greatly, and I'm not one for ceremonies.