Is this New Perspective something to be excited about? Eavesdrop on Mark Dever as he queries Ligon Duncan, senior minister at First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, MS, about the attractions and perils of the New Perspective on Paul.
The church is intended to be a display of God’s glory to the spiritual powers and to our unconverted neighbors. So how are we doing? Listen as four church-watchers bat around questions that deal with both the theological and practical aspects of local church life.
What distinguishes a local church from a club or company? Here’s your chance to be a fly on the wall as Mark Dever, pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church, shares his heart and mind on the contemporary state of the church and a biblical trajectory for reform.
How might a church internship program be structured? Mark Dever interviews five Capitol Hill Baptist interns about their experiences preparing for ministry.
Mark Dever gives a topical sermon on a biblical view of membership and congregationalism in the local church.
Mark Dever gives a topical sermon on a biblical view of Elders and Deacons in the local church.
American Evangelicalism goes in for a check-up as Dr. Albert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. and Dr. Andrew Davis, Pastor of First Baptist Church in Durham, NC, explore the effects of modernity on the Evangelical mind.
The Centrality of Expository Preaching with Mark Dever
Are we willing to hold to truths such as the exclusivity of the Gospel, the reality of false faith, the need for a regenerate church membership, and the necessity of church discipline? These and other questions are encountered in this challenging interview.
Mark Dever discusses the Puritans with his own associate pastor, Michael Lawrence, and with the Senior Pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, MS, Ligon Duncan. Each tells how he came to know of the Puritans and how he has been affected by them in life and ministry.
Dr. Paige Patterson, veteran pastor of 44 years and President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, describes core elements of healthy churches and good pastors and addresses delicate questions regarding Southern Baptist life.
Explicatory Preaching with Philip Jensen
Naturalism with Phillip Johnson
Life and Ministry with J. I. Packer
Biblical Studies and Today's Pastor with Peter Williams