Below is a panel hosted by Ligonier at the 2013 PCA General Assembly, with Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Godfrey, Ligon Duncan, Richard Pratt, and R.C. Sproul, moderated by Steve Nichols. They talk through the following:

  • What is the biggest theological battle today and for the next generation? (00:00:00)
  • What advice would you give to the next generation of pastors, especially church planters, as they try to address contextualization, Christology, and similar issues? (00:08:30)
  • What might we learn from history about the parallel rising of Christianity and Islam? (00:11:35)
  • What role does Christology play as we see the needs of the global church? (00:16:00)
  • How do we guard against the various distortions when it comes to the person of Jesus? (00:22:40)
  • Discussion on the work of Christ pertaining to justification and imputation. (00:30:45)
  • The panel shares thoughts on substitutionary atonement, and how it is going to be an issue in the next generation. (00:41:52)
  • Is the church in danger of reductionism when it comes to the gospel? If so, how do we guard against it? (00:48:45)
  • Sinclair Ferguson, how has John Owen shaped your pastoral ministry? (00:51:32)

HT: Ligonier blog

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7 thoughts on “Christology in the 21st Century: A Discussion”

  1. jch says:

    I want to know and love Jesus the way it’s apparent that Sinclair Ferguson loves Jesus.

    1. Justin Taylor says:

      Amen.

      1. Bruce Russell says:

        Evangelicalism: “Substituting the idea of grace for the person of Christ”

        Roman Catholicism: Substituting the administration of rites for the Person of Christ.

    2. Daryl Little says:

      Amen jch, amen,

      I admit that he’s not always my favourite preacher, but when I hear him talk about Jesus I am so aware of my own failing in that area, and at the same time spurred on and re-directed to keep Christ at the centre of all things.

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