On A New Christian Authoritarianism? (Pastors Talk, Ep. 239)With Mark Dever
A few weeks ago, we published a new edition of Church Matters—formerly known as the 9Marks Journal—that addresses a few unusual topics: Christian nationalism, theonomy, and magisterial Protestantism.
In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan Leeman and Mark Dever explain why.
2023-2025 Reading PlanBy Mark Dever
Mark Dever suggests a plan for reading a set of 9Marks books for 2023-2025.
7 Reasons Why Your Church Should Engage in Door-to-Door EvangelismBy Jake Wright | 05.29.2023
Evangelism is critical not only for lost souls but also for the spiritual vitality of our churches.
8 Marks of Reformation Worship ServicesReview by Mike McGregor | 05.26.2023
If the Reformers could collectively speak to churches today about gathered worship, these lessons would be their core message.
On A New Christian Authoritarianism? (Pastors Talk, Ep. 239)By Jonathan Leeman, Mark Dever
On the Yembi Yembi, with Brooks and Nina Buser (Missions Talk, Ep. 15)By Brooks Buser, J. Mack Stiles, Nina Buser, Ryan Robertson
What Is a Church?By Chris Hutchison | 05.25.2023
What is a church? How might we answer that question? Where should we start?
On the Yembi Yembi, with Brooks and Nina Buser (Missions Talk, Ep. 15)By B. Buser, J. Mack Stiles, N. Buser, R. Robertson | 05.25.2023
Twenty years ago, the Yembi Yembi tribe had no Christians and no written language. Today, they enjoy the ministry of a healthy local church and the Scriptures in their own tongue.
Hear the amazing story in today’s episode Missions Talk with special guests Nina and Brooks Buser.
On American Exceptionalism, with John Wilsey (Pastors Talk, Ep. 238)With Mark Dever
How should a Christian think about patriotism? Why should pastors especially be careful of both nostalgia and cynicism?
In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan Leeman chats with SBTS professor John D. Wilsey about all these questions and more.
Book Review: In the Fullness of Time, by Richard B. Gaffin Jr.Review by Jarrett Ford
Those who wish to have access to Gaffin’s decades of experience teaching Paul and Acts now do in a mere 400-page book.