A new day is dawning, and we are seeing signs of strong leadership arising from outside the West.
A pastor can recognize the necessity of a healthy devotional life, but have unhealthy motives for making sure that it happens.
The Internet has created new opportunities for Fundamentalists and conservative Evangelicals to gain mutual appreciation and understanding.
One must differentiate between fundamentalism as an idea and fundamentalism as a movement.
Behind the centrality of expositional preaching is the assumption of the authority and truthfulness of God’s Word.
People are willing to pay money to others who will never lead them to the Savior of the World. But that must change.
Iain Murray, one of evangelicalism’s premier biographers, points to several luminaries from church history you might have missed.
Darryl Hart discusses J. Gresham Machen, evangelicalism, and why Christians shouldn’t be afraid of secularism.
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.
How important is preaching? Listen as Fred and Elizabeth Catherwood reflect on the centrality of expositional preaching for the life and health of the local church.
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.
Book Review: Restoring Integrity in Baptist Churches, ed. by Thomas White, Jason G. Deusing, and Malcomb B. Yarnell, IIIReview by Greg Gilbert | 9Marks Journal: Church Discipline (Part 1) | 09.02.2002
Allen’s chapter aside, this book is a generally well-articulated statement of some important Baptist distinctives.
With the variety of churches today, it would seem anything goes when it comes to the functioning of the church. But, is there actually a Biblical blueprint for church life? 9Marks discusses the book, Church Polity with the leaders of Capitol Hill Baptist Church.
In the final analysis, Banks’s book is fatally flawed by its refusal to learn and teach from the entire Bible.
Iain Murray, co-founder of The Banner of Truth Trust and author of numerous books, talks about his recent biography of Jonathan Edwards and reflects on his controversial latest release Evangelicalism Divided.