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RPM: About the Magazine

What is RPM?

RPM is a free, weekly, electronic magazine. We run essays, sermons, and any other material that strikes us as being useful or helpful in Christian thought, living and/or ministry. Most articles are written from the perspective of the Reformed tradition (check out our Reformation history archives if you don't know what the Reformed tradition is). Most contributing authors are pastors or seminary professors, though we also have some very good materials from seminary students and laypeople.

About the Publisher

RPM is the weekly online magazine of Third Millennium Ministries (IIIM). Our doctrinal standards are the Westminster Confession of Faith, together with its Shorter and Larger Catechisms. For more information, please visit About IIIM.

Editorial Staff

RPM is edited by the staff of Third Millennium Ministries. The current Theological Editor responsible for weekly article selection, editing, and publication is Dr. Joseph R. Nally. Joe is a former pastor and received his Reformed education at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, Florida. He has additional advanced degree studies in theology/history in the United States, Germany, Switzerland, England, and the Czech Republic. He is also a member of the Evangelical Theological Society. Past weekly editors have included Ra McLaughlin (1998-2001 and 2004-2006; M.Div., RTS, Orlando), Rev. Robert Barnes (2002-2003; M.Div., RTS, Orlando), and Matthew Gross (2003-2004; M.A., RTS, Orlando).

History of RPM

From 1998 until late 2003, RPM was known as IIIM Magazine Online. When we started publishing, we didn't do much strategizing. We simply wanted to help Christianity compete for the hearts and minds of the worldwide internet community.

In 2003 we added an independent site for the magazine and we changed its name to Reformed Perspectives Magazine, which was more descriptive of its content. More recently, we shorted the name to RPM.