A few days ago I listened to a sermon by Mark Dever for this year’s Together For the Gospel’s Conference in which Dever spoke on “Endurance Needed Strength for a Slow Reformation and the Dangerous Allure of Speed.” 82 more words
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Sometimes people ask “Why did you write your dissertation on limited atonement?” To which I have two answers.
The academic answer is “because I wanted to apply a biblical theological approach to a contentious doctrine.” I believe that only by approaching the extent of the atonement with the whole canon of Scripture in view is it possible to rightly hold its absolute efficacy for the elect with its cosmic scope for all creation. 301 more words
Along with three Pastors from our church (Barry, Jack and Craig) and our missionary to India (Pastor Mohn – not pictured below), I traveled from New Jersey to Louisville for the “Together for the Gospel” (T4G) conference that is held every other year. 354 more words
This week thousands gospel-minded ministry leaders will gather in Louisville, Kentucky at an event called Together for the Gospel. Accomplishing many things, the conference reminds us of the importance of the gospel, its place in ministry, and its power to bring hope to a lost and dying world. 443 more words
*Final Update* “If those identified as the foremost Christian authorities won’t hold the child sex abusers accountable, then those who hate Christians will do it. Again, I think of the term from the Book of Samuel that talks about the “rod of man.” If the Church won’t do what it should, get ready for secular society to shame the Church as they do it. 316 more words