Weekend Roundup: Everything Else That We Didn’t Get Around To Posting

Plan Well: How Sermon Planning Helps the Pastor and the Church at Worship by Phil Newton via Founders Ministries: The Blog I can remember with anguish the early days of pastoral ministry when I had no clear plans on my preaching. Scrambling for a text to study and prepare when there are hundreds to choose from seemed overly daunting …

Weekend Roundup: Everything Else That We Didn’t Get Around To Posting

The Westminster Conference 2013 by Jeremy Walker via Reformation21 Blog The Westminster Conference is taking place on Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday 4th December at Regent Hall on Oxford Street. This year, the topics are, I hope, particularly timely, speaking to current issues and pressing needs in the church of Christ, and bringing the wisdom and experience of the past to …

Weekend Roundup: Everything Else That We Didn’t Get Around To Posting

Book bites by Jeremy Walker via Reformation21 Blog A couple of bits and pieces to recommend, either of which you might already have sampled, I hope to your edification. First, Antinomianism by Mark Jones (Amazon.com/Amazon.co.uk/Westminster)… Second, The Shallows by Nicholas Carr (Amazon.com/Amazon.co.uk)   Baptists Initiate Congregational Hymn Singing via Feileadh Mor A quote taken from A Survey of Christian Hymnody:   The Particular Baptists. It …

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Theology of Martin Luther – [16] Video Lectures via RBS News In the sixteen free video lectures below, Pastor Mark Sarver, a professor of historical theology for Reformed Baptist Seminary, highlights some of the prominent characteristics of Luther’s theology, which he classifies as biblical, doxological, existential, and dialectical. Then he surveys several of the major theological topics …

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Young and Longman on the Genre and Historicity of Esther by Jeff Riddle via stylos These contrasting conclusions highlight two divergent approaches to the study of the Old Testament, the assimilation of modern historical-critical scholarship, and the affirmation of Biblical authority.  Upon reflection it appears to me that the contrast between Young and Longman is not merely …

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Dangerous ideas by Jeremy Walker via Reformation21 Blog I am currently working on a piece for an upcoming conference about public Christianity, and found this helpful statement from Herman Bavinck: “Christians need not hide from their opponents in embarrassed silence; the Christian faith is the only worldview that fits the reality of life.” Whatever your political convictions …

Black Friday Weekend Sales Roundup [Rare Doc Traders, Solid Ground, + more UPDATED!]

Rare Document Traders: Our Cyber Monday sale goes from Thursday to Monday night (5 days!). Use code: cyber monday to get 20% off authentic Spurgeon sermon manuscripts from a sermon on Rom. 10:11. While you are there, check out this new product they offer: Letterpress 8×10 Print of the Five Solas – Limited Edition This …

Site Changes: New Blog Roundup, RSS Feed, Twitter Account + More [Bapti-bots]

[01100101011000110110100001101111] Changes: Update: Listen to us talk about the changes on this episode of the Dunker Bunker Headlines We are going to use our main RSS feed for more of a news focus [new books, events, resources, deals, etc.]. So, instead of peppering that feed with blogs throughout the day then doing a roundup of …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

Fuller on the Covenant of Works via Feileadh Mor Random quotes from Andrew Fuller about the covenant of works… Effective personal evangelism: faith by Jeremy Walker via Reformation21 Blog The marks of effective personal evangelism we have surveyed so far are love, tenacity, boldness, consistency,understanding and prayer. The seventh mark of the effective personal evangelist is faith. With prayer is allied faith. Proof that the Old Testament …

Weekly Roundup: Everything Else That We Didn’t Get Around To Posting

Book Review: Better Than the Beginning by Richard Barcellos via Reformed For His Glory Simply put, this is a rapid journey through redemptive history that shows not only that all things are created for the glory of God, but also, that this glory of God is for the greatest good of the believer (which often gives rise …

Midweek Roundup: What We Didn’t Get Around To Posting So Far This Week

2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith – Chapters 13-15 (mp3) by Mark Nenadov via All Things Expounded I’ve just recorded and uploaded the mp3s for Chapter 13 (Of Sanctification), http://www.allthingsexpounded.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/secondlondonbaptistconfession_13.mp3   Chapter 14 (Of Saving Faith), http://www.allthingsexpounded.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/secondlondonbaptistconfession_14.mp3   and Chapter 15 (Of Repentance Unto Life and Salvation) of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. http://www.allthingsexpounded.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/secondlondonbaptistconfession_15.mp3   – A Church Without Masks by John Samson via Effectual Grace …

Feb. 2014 Week 1 Headlines from the Dunker Bunker [Podcast]

Watch on YouTube : or Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, iTunes, Stitcher, or by Email – Headlines: Dr Michael Brown vs. Dr James White Debates: Has the gift of healing ceased? & For whom did Christ die? [Video] [Audio/Video] God without Parts & Passions: The Doctrines of Divine Simplicity & Divine Impassibility [Dr. James Dolezal] …