Monthly Archives: May 2013
Grudem says this is “probably the most useful . . . systematic theology available from any theological perspective.” Now you can have it for free.
An interview with Dr. Stephen C. Meyer, the author of the new book “Darwin’s Doubt,” looking at the implications of the Cambrian explosion and the implications for intelligent design.
Two authors (John Piper and Jamie Smith) offering similar points, like if you can’t hear the congregation singing, the praise band is getting in the way of corporate worship.
A free lecture from Edwards scholar Steve Nichols.
A trailer for the film “Ragamuffin.”
A convicting and sobering reminder from Sinclair Ferguson.
John Newton, the slave-ship captain turned pastor and author of “Amazing Grace,” gives his answer.
Testimony delivered before Congress late last week.
John Stott says he feels “most alive” in public worship and in interacting with friends.
Biographer Andrew Hoffecker answers.
From a prayer in “The Valley of Vision.”
A new policy template developed by the Summit Church that attempts to address numerous difficult questions.
A statement from Don Carson, Kevin DeYoung, and Justin Taylor explaining why we remained silent in the midst of a civil lawsuit against Sovereign Grace Ministries.
The daughter of a noted evangelist and pastor, Barbara Miller Juliani shares the story of leaving the Christian faith at the age of 18 and how the Lord drew her back to himself.
A spoken word reminding us that we have a Great Commission, and there is no Plan B.