Jonathan Leeman chats with Mark Dever and Bobby Jamieson about whether or not the New Testament presents a church structure that is both unified and prescriptive.
On Why Biblical Church Leadership Matters in Missions with Brian Parks, Mark Collins, and Eric White (Missions Talk, Ep. 8)By B. Parks, E. White, J. Mack Stiles, M. Collins, R. Robertson | 01.26.2023
In this new episode of Missions Talk, our hosts discuss the importance of biblical leadership with three missionaries from around the world.
Judges 3:7-31: On Othniel the Leader, Ehud the Left-Handed, and Clippy the Paper Clip (Bible Talk, Ep. 72)By A. Duke, J. Hamilton, S. Emadi | 01.25.2023
In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about the first three judges: Othniel the golden boy, Ehud the left-handed “son of the right-handers,” and Shamgar the oxgoad-warrior.
I wish I could somehow bottle up the cries and the agony that we heard that night and present it to folks and say, “This is what you will hear if you fail your congregation.”
Listen to Mark Dever and Jonathan Leeman talk to Thomas Terry about shepherding in the aftermath of a pastor’s moral failure.
The Bible was written a long time ago to people who were both very similar to and very different from us.
Listen to this episode of Preachers Talk as Ed, Dave, and Jeremy discuss how to use and not use cultural context.
Judges 1:1–3:6: On the Pattern Set Forth in the Two-Part Introduction of the Book of Judges (Bible Talk, Ep. 71)By A. Duke, J. Hamilton, S. Emadi | 01.18.2023
Bible Talk is back!
In this episode, Alex Duke chats with Jim and Sam about the ominous “double introduction” of Judges 1:1–3:6.
What kind of women dance in the kitchen? Those who understand the lavish feast of salvation.
In this most recent episode of Priscilla Talk, our hosts interview Natalie Brand about the doctrine of salvation and its connection to joy in womanhood.
“Do you think Jesus cracked jokes?”
Listen to this episode of Pastors Talk as Mark Dever, Jonathan Leeman, and Ben Lacey discuss humor in pastoral ministry.
On Why a Biblical Concern for Discipleship and Growth Matters in Missions, with Anand Samuel & Jeff Kelly (Missions Talk, Ep 7)By A. Samuel, J. Mack Stiles, J. Kelly, R. Robertson | 01.12.2023
Mack and Ryan chat with Anand Samuel—a pastor in the UAE—and Jeff Kelly—a pastor and former missionary to N. Africa—about discipleship and growth on the mission field. Is it all that much different?
On the Virgin Conception, the Sinlessness of Christ, and Hell Slinking Away, Defeated and Exhausted (Another Special Christmas Episode, with Steve Wellum)By A. Duke, J. Hamilton, S. Emadi | 12.20.2022
In this special Christmas episode, the Bible Talk crew chats with SBTS professor Steve Wellum about why the virgin conception isn’t incidental to but essential for our redemption.
On Why Biblical Church Discipline Matters in Missions, with Ken Mbugua and Aubrey Sequeira (Missions Talk, Ep. 6)By A. Sequeira, J. Mack Stiles, K. Mbugua, R. Robertson | 12.15.2022
Churches on the mission field aren’t exempt by Jesus’ command to practice church discipline.
In this episode of Priscilla Talk, Keri, Jenny, and Erin chat with Rebecca Stark about delighting in the doctrine of God. They discuss the Trinity, aseity, and making time for deep study of the things of God.
In the episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan chats with Mark and Bobby about how the elder selection process works at their church.
Should the preaching calendar make room for holidays? If so, for which? If not, how should the preacher interact with the holiday in the normal course of preaching?
Joshua 22-24: On Joshua’s Postscript and Post-Postscript, Which Is a Lot Like a Marvel Movie’s (Bible Talk, Ep.70)By A. Duke, J. Hamilton, S. Emadi | 12.07.2022
The book of Joshua comes to the end, and through it all, its message has stayed the same.