Proud to be a Protestant? R. Kent Hughes, pastor emeritus at College Church in Wheaton, Illinois, discusses his 40 years of pastoral ministry with Mark Dever.
Pauline scholar Simon Gathercole and Cambridge scholar Peter Williams take Mark Dever on a tour of recent trends in New Testament studies.
John Piper offers his thoughts on the New Perspective and other prominent topics today. He also briefly interacts with Bruce Ware on the extent of the atonement.
How have trends in consumerism and an increasingly pluralistic culture affected the spiritual prosperity and biblical faithfulness of the church over the last 75 years? Listen as Mark Dever sits down Gordon-Conwell professor, David Wells. Don’t forget your thinking cap, you’ll need it.
Ever wished you could sit and listen to one of Evangelicalism’s premier leaders and teachers talk about how his theology developed and why he penned his published works? Here’s your shot. Mark Dever takes RC Sproul for a coffee-house chat about biblical theology and the books he published.
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.
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.
Theology and Current Issues with Wayne Grudem
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.
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.
This book discusses the question: “What image or understanding of the atonement does Scripture present as primary?”
We know from the Bible what our destination is—union with Christ, and we know that God is working and moving to take us there.
On the whole, most of T.D. Jakes’s works belong on the psychology shelves at the bookstore.
I appreciate and rejoice with Cymbala that God has done wonderful things in his life and church through prayer.