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April 22

Is there such thing as a ‘good man’?

Today a very common thought and teaching was tweeted by New Calvinist Burk Parsons: It's not hard to be a good man, it's impossible. — Burk Parsons (@BurkParsons) April 22, 2013 Is this true? What does God’s Word tell us? Who should we believe? A good man will obtain favor from the Lord, But He […]

Answering Dr. R.C. Sproul

There is no explicit command to baptize infants of believing parents. There is no prohibition or forbidding command in Scripture against the baptism of infants. We do have explicit commands in Scripture for the baptism of believing adults, along with the explicit requirement of a profession of faith prior to baptism. This, I believe, will […]

Ligonier Ministries 2012 National Conference

March 15-17 in Orlando Burning hearts are not nourished by empty heads. One of the things most alarming about today’s culture is the way in which evangelicals are responding to attacks. Many have bought into the idea that having one’s heart in the right place is all that matters—that a passion for Jesus and the […]

The Process of Transforming Grace

In the September issue of Ligonier’s TableTalk (TT) magazine, there is a very insightful interview with Paul David Tripp (PDT) on Living in Light of the Gospel. In that interview, TT asks Tripp questions covering everything from how Christians can learn from secular counseling, the most serious issues plaguing the modern Christian family, challenges facing […]

Burk Parsons on R.C Sproul

Interesting look at what it’s like to serve alongside R.C. Sproul by Burk Parsons. Admittedly, I wanted to hear more about Christ in this interview, yet, we should indeed honor such servants of Christ Jesus.

Salt Cellar (2/10)

Ligonier: New Comprehensive Section On Justification “With an aim to analyze the merit of N.T. Wright’s claims and expose both the strengths and weaknesses of his approach, the editors of Tabletalk magazine have put together this collection of videos, audio resources, and articles to help Christians discern the errors behind the approach of N.T. Wright. […]

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