Leviticus 8–10: On What the Deaths of Nadab and Abihu Have to Do With Church Membership and Discipline (Bible Talk, Ep. 37)With Sam Emadi
At the end of Leviticus 9, it’s almost as if we’ve fixed the problem of sin. But in the very next chapter . . .
In this short video, Mark Dever explains the vision behind Together for the Gospel.
Men who aspire to be a pastor need to be “filtered.” What does that mean?
9Marks doesn’t exist to make any of these judgments for you or your elder board. That’s your job, pastor. But as well as I know how to describe it, these are the principled questions before you.
Leviticus 1–7: On the Difference Between Being the Quarterback and Tailgating Outside the Stadium (Bible Talk, Ep. 36)By A. Duke, J. Hamilton, S. Emadi | 09.15.2021
The book of Leviticus isn’t just a bunch of random rules. It provides an answer to the problem that’s been swirling over God’s people since Genesis 3: How can a sinful people dwell in the midst of a holy God?
Is being a church planter different than being a pastor? What can the book of Acts teach us about church planting?