In this talk, Fergus MacDonald tackles the problem of why so many people have access to the Scripture and yet so few engage it seriously and regularly.
Is it possible to have a good catastrophe? That is the question that Jason Duesing lays over the passion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Borrowing from the early church’s symbolism, he shows how Christ rose like a phoenix.
Tony Reinke shares this important topic of allowing politics to detract from evangelism. Reinke points to a lecture delivered by D.A. Carson. In the lecture, Carson states, “When you’re busy hating everybody and denouncing everybody and seeking political solutions to everything it’s very difficult to evangelize, isn’t it?”