Pastor and author Thabiti Anyabwile describes the beliefs and history of Islam, his own experience as a Muslim, the contradictions in the Koran, as well as the way for churches to approach evangelism with Muslims, which he calls an amazing, God-given opportunity the church has today.
How do you preach for change in a church with social gospel roots? Ken Jones, pastor of Greater Union Baptist Church in Compton, CA, takes the hot seat across from Mark Dever on the shape of reform in African-American churches.
What can a study of Baptist history bring to the modern church growth conversation? Join Mark Dever as he reflects on the Southern Baptist heritage with Greg Wills, Associate Professor of Church History at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Ever wonder how theologians are formed? Join us as we talk with R.C. Sproul about the shaping of his life, theology, and ministry.
How important is preaching? Listen as Fred and Elizabeth Catherwood (the daughter of D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones) reflect on the centrality of expositional preaching for the life and health of the local church.
An interview with John Piper.
Theology and Current Issues with Wayne Grudem
Modern Church Reform I with Mark Dever
Pull up a chair as Mark Dever sits down for a warm conversation with C.J. Mahaney, pastor of Covenant Life Church in Gaithersburg, MD. C.J.’s infectious tenderness as he recalls his conversion will encourage you to keep your own conversion experience near to your heart and in the front of your mind.
The influential co-founder of The Banner of Truth Trust and long time Presbyterian pastor Iain Murray looks back over his shoulder at the past 50 years of his own ministry and writing.
John MacArthur recently celebrated 50 years at Grace Community Church. More than 15 years ago, Mark Dever interviewed him about his life and ministry.
Drawing on decades of teaching Old Testament in seminary settings around the world, Dr. O. Palmer Robertson of Knox Theological Seminary in Ft. Lauderdale views Christ and the covenants, walking the listener methodically through God’s unfolding plan from a studied biblical-theological perspective.
Dr. Michael S. Horton, fiery author, seminary professor, and editor of Modern Reformation, discusses the importance of the objective Cross-work of Christ over against the emphasis on subjective interpretation common in evangelical circles today.
What is expositional preaching? How do I know whether I’m preaching expositionally? Dick Lucas, best known for advocating expositional preaching, answers questions about his own background and ministry.
Despite the importance of worship, many churches today don’t know where to begin in defining its purpose and essential elements. Panelists J. Ligon Duncan, Bob Kauflin, and Carl Stam discuss the Bible’s teaching on God-pleasing worship, addressing everything from service times to music styles.