Free Audio Download of ‘Being a Dad Who Leads’ by John MacArthur

This month's free audio download from ChristianAudio.com is Being a Dad Who Leads by John MacArthur. Here is the description from the ChristianAudio.com product page: As a Christian father, you bear a tremendous responsibility--to raise your children through both biblical instruction and personal example. But how can you succeed in a society that attacks the role of … Continue reading Free Audio Download of ‘Being a Dad Who Leads’ by John MacArthur

Iron Sharpens Iron Radio Relaunch

Yesterday, Chris Arnzen sent out an email announcing the return of Iron Sharpens Iron Radio this coming Monday, Lord willing. He has graciously allowed me to share the text of the email with all the details, so here it is just as I received it: Dear Friends & Brethren, Well, praise be to God, Jason Delgado & the … Continue reading Iron Sharpens Iron Radio Relaunch

Sermon Widgets Added to the Blog

For those who would like to have access to the regular preaching of Jeff or myself, you will find two widgets from SermonAudio on the right panel of the blog. Just scroll down and you will see the widget first for Grace Bible Church, where Jeff has been serving as the primary teaching elder since 2000. Just below that you will … Continue reading Sermon Widgets Added to the Blog

A Couple of Helpful Videos From the 1689 Federalism Website

Discover the covenantal heritage of the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith. In a previous post, I recommended the 1689 Federalism website as a good place to start if you want to get  a good introduction to Reformed Baptist theology. The site focuses on the Biblical basis for and the distinctiveness of Reformed Baptist Federalism, also known … Continue reading A Couple of Helpful Videos From the 1689 Federalism Website

CSNTM Digitizes Oldest Manuscript of Paul’s Letters

The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) announced last Thursday -- 15 January 2015 -- that they have completed the digitizing of P46. Here is the announcement from the Friends of CSNTM website: In July of 2014 the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) traveled to the University of … Continue reading CSNTM Digitizes Oldest Manuscript of Paul’s Letters

A Clash of Worldviews – Ken Ham Debates Bill Nye

Last night my wife and I sat riveted to my laptop computer screen as we watched the debate between Bill Nye (“The Science Guy,” Emmy Award-winning science educator and CEO of the Planetary Society) and Ken Ham (co-founder of Answers in Genesis and founder of the Creation Museum). It was a respectful and helpful debate, … Continue reading A Clash of Worldviews – Ken Ham Debates Bill Nye

Free "Reformed Baptist Library"

Stuart Brogden has made freely available a fairly extensive library of works pertinent to Reformed Baptists. He describes his website as the "Home of the Semper Reformanda Baptist Library, a free tool intended to encourage and equip my fellow Baptists to stand firm and dig into our rich history and theology, while never growing weary of … Continue reading Free "Reformed Baptist Library"

An Interesting Open Letter to Mark Driscoll

On Monday Darren Wiebe, a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and a current M.Div. student at The Master’s Seminary, posted My Open Letter to Mark Driscoll. In it he publicly confronted Mark Driscoll for having lied concerning what actually took place when Driscoll showed up at the Strange Fire Conference with James MacDonald to pass out … Continue reading An Interesting Open Letter to Mark Driscoll