David Prince shares some excerpts from a C.H. Spurgeon sermon on the horror of preaching a sermon without Christ.
“As to the nature and fitness of things, we cannot draw any conclusion thence against the loveliness of vindictive justice, as a Divine attribute, unless the thing itself can be proved to be unlovely. But
Links on the Nashville Statement, slow spiritual growth and responding to Hurricane Harvey.
Too often, women's ministry get's shrunk down to three verses in Titus 2. Anca Martin writes on how women need more than just three verses from Titus 2. They need more.
“It is further objected that, according to the Calvinistic system, God is a vindictive being, and that, as such, we cannot love him. It is said that we "represent God in such a light that
Links on preaching, responding to race issues and a powerful testimony.
I have the privilege to teach preaching on the seminary level and often lecture on preaching to a variety of pastors at conferences. One of the things I've noticed is, that no matter how high
The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit, No. 183 Isaiah 50:3. “I clothe the heavens with blackness” If there be sermons in stones, there must be a great sermon in the sun; and if there be books in
Andrew Fuller defends the doctrine of atonement.
Casey McCall responds to the events in Charlottesville, Va and how white Christians should respond to their black brothers and sisters in Christ.