In the above recorded class, John White talks about what evangelism is as is not. I hope the blog's readers find it as edifying as I did. No doubt my fellow Reformed Baptists will agree with Dr. White's perspective.
Recently Matthias Media, publisher of The Briefing (one of the best Christian magazines available), began to draw up a list of principles they have entitled Gospel Convictions: A call to evangelical integrity in truth and life. In the process of writing these principles, they have been seeking feedback, especially from subscribers to The Briefing. Here … Continue reading Gospel Convictions: A Statement From Matthias Media
Note: I have updated this article a couple of times since it was first published, so be sure not to miss the additions. I want to begin by saying how much I like and appreciate John Piper and how difficult it is, then, for me to write this post. Although I do not know John … Continue reading Disappointed in John Piper’s Judgment About Doug Wilson
The first passage that I thought of when I heard this illustration was in Matthew 3, where we read of the preaching of John the Baptist to the Pharisees and Sadducees: NKJ Mat 3:7-12 But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees coming to his baptism, he said to them, 'Brood of vipers! … Continue reading Paul Washer on the Converted Versus the Unconverted Church Member
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPvs_psxx7Q This video demonstrates well what I like so much about John MacArthur, and why I am beginning to appreciate Kirk Cameron more and more all the time. What is most amazing about these videos, however, isn't that MacArthur says what he says on television. We are used to seeing him faithfully proclaim the Gospel … Continue reading Kirk Cameron’s Interview of John MacArthur
Some of you may have noticed the addition of the Two Ways to Live Gospel presentation link on the blog's right panel. It has been included on the homepage of Immanuel Baptist Church (where I serve as an elder) for quite some time. However, I thought it was worthy of a post on the blog … Continue reading Two Ways to Live