Behind the centrality of expositional preaching is the assumption of the authority and truthfulness of God’s Word.
I want to approach the topic of application slightly differently: not only are there different kinds of hearers, there are also different kinds of application.
When pastors first discover church discipline in the Bible, I often tell them: “Don’t do it . . . at least not yet.”
I love thinking about the temporariness of my pastoral ministry.
Mark Dever hosts a roundtable with Jonathan Leeman, John Folmar, and to discuss God’s love and church membership and Leeman’s new book which considers their connection.
A note from Mark Dever: “This past August, Matt shared an hour with us to talk about his ministry. In light of what has happened to Matt in recent days (cancer diagnosis), we contacted him about publishing this interview. He said he was very happy for us to present it, and that he was continuing to trust in God for the future. As you listen to this interview, thank God for our brother and pray for him.”
Phillip Jensen attacks evangelical assumptions about ministry training, spiritual gifts, and more.
Iain Murray, one of evangelicalism’s premier biographers, points to several luminaries from church history you might have missed.
Are “Christian” and “rap” mutually exclusive? Hardly. Shai Linne and Voice explain hip hop culture, rap music’s potential for the gospel, and why rap can’t replace preaching.
Darryl Hart discusses J. Gresham Machen, evangelicalism, and why Christians shouldn’t be afraid of secularism.
Mark Dever asks D. A. Carson for a tour of both how he writes and what he’s written.
Don Whitney discusses busyness, praying through Scripture, the disciplines, mysticism, and more.
Mark Dever asks Carson about the highs and lows of the evangelical landscape.
David Powlison shares about his conversion, his view of counseling, his quick take on multiple books, and more.