Voddie Baucham Book Endorsements [1 Minute Video] + more

Voddie Baucham
Voddie Baucham

David Woollin, of Reformation Heritage Books, with an impromptu interview with Voddie Baucham during Southern New England Reformation Conference.

Voddie Baucham discuss several new titles from Reformation Heritage Books. 

 

1. Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical and Balanced Perspective by Brian Borgman and Rob Ventura

 

2. The Gospel Call and True Conversion by Paul Washer

1 min. video:

And, this from RBAP regarding an upcoming title of theirs also endorsed by Voddie Baucham:

Recovering a Covenantal Heritage is more than a book title; it is a welcomed clarion call for modern Reformed Baptists. I am grateful to God for our Presbyterian brethren and the sea of books, tracts, and treatises on Covenant Theology they have produced over the years. However, Baptists have a distinct covenantal heritage, and that heritage has been underrepresented in Reformed thinking and publication. This volume serves to clarify Baptist distinctives, outlines our place in Reformation history, identifies us as more than merely ‘Deep Water’ Presbyterians, distinguishes us from Dispensationalists, modern Calvinistic (non Reformed) Baptists and New Covenant Baptists, and, in the end exalts Christ as the redeemer of God’s elect. May it receive a wide and thorough reading, and spark a renewal of distinct Reformed Baptist theology!

Rob Ventura & Al Martin Radio Interviews [On Their Books] + Enter to Win “Spiritual Warfare” from Ref21

On Monday, Feb. 10th 2014, The Janet Mefferd Show interviewed Pastor Rob Ventura about his book “Spiritual Warfare” [37 min. mp3]:

[Here was the interview on the same book we did with Pastor Rob Ventura and co-author Pastor Brian Borgman]

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Reformation 21 is currently doing a giveaway of this book as well. Enter here.

You Life Me Up Al Martin

Yesterday, Feb. 11th 2014, Knowing the Truth Radio interviewed Al Martin on his book “You Lift Me Up: Overcoming Ministry Challenges” [55 min. mp3]:

 

 

Interview #40 – Brian Borgman & Rob Ventura – Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical & Balanced Perspective

PodcastPromo40 Spiritual Warfare Borgman Ventura On episode 40 of our podcast, we interview Pastor Rob Ventura and Pastor Brian Borgman about their new book Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical and Balanced Perspective. We ask questions such as:

  • How do we successfully wage spiritual warfare?
  • What does it mean when the Bible calls Satan “the god of this age” (2 Cor. 4:4) and “the prince of the power of the air” (Eph.2:2)? (And how does this reconcile with God’s sovereignty?)
  • What is our spiritual armor to be?
  • Can a Christian Be Demon-Possessed?
  • + more…

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Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical and Balanced Perspective

[Intro + 1st Chapter PDF]

by Brian Borgman & Rob Ventura

RHB $10 Kindle $6.99 | Kindle UK £4.37 | Amazon $11.70 | Amazon UK £7.90 ]

Links Mentioned:

Post-Interview Music:

O Church Arise by Stuart Townend (from the album Ultimate Collection)

New Book: “Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical & Balanced Perspective” by Brian Borgman & Rob Ventura + Intro & 1st Chapter [PDF]

We announced it last July, gave you a sneak peek, but as of today it is available:

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Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical and Balanced Perspective

by Brian Borgman & Rob Ventura

RHB $10 | Kindle $6.99 | Kindle UK £4.37 | Amazon $11.70 | Amazon UK £7.90 ]

Description:

Too often, Christians today either sensationalize the subject of spiritual warfare by obsessing over demon possession, exorcisms, binding the devil, and rebuking demons, or they minimize the idea and are unprepared for the real struggle they face against principalities and powers. Pastors Brian Borgman and Rob Ventura provide a balanced approach that exposes the fictions and superstitions surrounding this vital doctrine and at the same time reveal the unseen realities of this struggle. Basing their battle plan on Ephesians 6:10-20, the authors give an overview of the battle, a guide to the armor God gives us, and instruction regarding the vital wartime disciplines of prayer and proclamation of the Word. By learning to think biblically about this subject, Christians are enabled to deflect the blows of their adversary, fight sin, and live God-glorifying lives as followers of Jesus.

26 page PDF with Table of Content, Intro, Chapter 1 + more:

Download (PDF, 121KB)

Endorsements:

“What a timely, refreshing, encouraging, convicting, and empowering book! I can’t wait to get it in front of our people.”

– Voddie Baucham

“Spiritual Warfare is a wake up call to every minister of Christ that our work is not merely academic or intellectual, but also spiritual and supernatural. This balanced treatment will be a tremendous benefit to pastor and layperson alike.”

– Paul Washer

“Borgman and Ventura, like experienced master sergeants, give us the Bible’s basic training on spiritual warfare. Drawing from the classic text in Ephesians 6, their teaching will both clear away false ideas about the spiritual battle, and equip Christians to stand firm to the end.”

– Joel Beeke

“Thank you, Brian and Rob, dear friends and fellow laborers in the gospel, for providing the church with this very useful edifying tool.”

– Al Martin

“Standing in a long line of Puritan-style reflection on the nature of spiritual warfare, Borgman and Ventura have produced a brief but remarkably rich book which offers very helpful insights on this subject.”

– Carl Truman

“Brian Borgman and Rob Ventura deal with this vital subject of Spiritual Warfare in a meticulously biblical, thoroughly enlightening, and wonderfully edifying way.

– Phil Johnson

“This fine book on the vital issue of spiritual warfare is a clear exposition and application of Ephesians 6:10-20. It challenges believers to realize that the Christian life is a serious spiritual battle. We are indebted to the authors for presenting a ‘Biblical and Balanced Perspective’ as the sub-title claims. Highly recommended.”

– Peter T. O’Brien

“Brian Borgman and Rob Ventura present one of the finest and most biblically responsible and insightful studies of spiritual warfare now available.”

– Bruce A. Ware

“This stirring book is a much-needed clarion call to battle, but one that emphasizes the spiritual nature of the battle and of the weapons we must use.”

– Dr. David Murray

“Borgman and Ventura are to be thanked for an eminently clear, wonderfully biblical, theologically rich, and practically applicable study.”

– Thomas R. Schreiner

“Authors Borgman and Ventura aimed for biblical accuracy and balance in addressing spiritual warfare. They hit the bull’s-eye!

– Pastor Bruce Ray

“These pastors provide clear, concise, competent and compelling counsel in what can be a neglected or abused topic.”

– Stanley D. Gale

Authors:

Brian Borgman is founding pastor of Grace Community Church in Minden, NV. He has written articles for The Southern Baptist Theological Journal, Reformation and Revival Journal and the Gospel Coalition. He has also written, My Heart For Thy Cause (Mentor, 2002) and Feelings and Faith (Crossway, 2009). He holds degrees from Biola University, Western Seminary and Westminster Seminary.

Rob Ventura is one of the pastors of Grace Community Baptist Church of North Providence, Rhode Island. He is a contributing author and blogger for Reformation 21 the online magazine of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals and co-authored A Portrait of Paul on Reformation Heritage Books (2010). He has written articles for The Founders Journal and The Journal of Modern Ministry. He was also the general editor of Greg Nichols’ book on Covenant Theology (Solid Ground Christian Books, 2011). He is a graduate of Reformed Baptist Seminary SC.

 

All 30 of Greg Nichols new Doctrine of the Church lectures free online [Audio] via RBS

Reformed Baptist Seminary:

All 30 of Greg Nichols new Doctrine of the Church lectures free online here

Lectures on the definition of the church, church and state, associations, worship, benevolence, evangelism, and more

Nichols Church

Audio below:

Lecture 01

Course orientation and overview.

Lecture 02

Survey of testimony of Westminster Confession, Savoy Declaration, and the 1689 London Baptist Confession concerning the church.

Lecture 03

Survey of the biblical testimony to the concept of the church, Part 1

Lecture 04 

Survey of the biblical testimony concerning the concept of the church, Part 2

Lecture 05

Survey of the biblical testimony concerning the concept of the church, Part 3

Lecture 06

Survey of the biblical witness concerning the concept of the church, Part 4

Lecture 07

Summary of the biblical data and its implications for our definition of the church.

Watch the video here.

Lecture 08

An exposition of the general concept of the church.

Lecture 09

Biblical foundations of the church: its predestination and redemptive-historical portrait.

Lecture 10

The majestic identity of the church: Christ’s body, bride, and posterity in its covenant community and its gospel identity.

Lecture 11

The church as God’s kingdom, the messianic theocracy.

Lecture 12

The local church and its associations.

Lecture 13

The messianic institution of the church.

Lecture 14

The evangelical constitution of the church (or church membership).

Lecture 15

The government of the universal church and the government of the local church.

Lecture 16

The offices of the local church: the eldership and the deaconate.

Lecture 17

The office of the deacon and the women’s auxiliary service; the various gifts with which the Spirit endows the entire church.

Lecture 18

God’s mission and Christ’s vision for the church.

Lecture 19

The corporate worship of the church.

Lecture 20

The ordinances of the church: baptism and the Lord’s Supper.

Lecture 21

The corporate prayer of the church.

Lecture 22

The corporate nurture of the church.

Lecture 23

The church and corporate benevolence.

Lecture 24

The church and corporate discipline.

Lecture 25

The church and its evangelistic task.

Lecture 26

The signature or marks of the church.

Lecture 27

The relationship of the church to the state.

Lecture 28

The church’s spiritual warfare.

Lecture 29

The destination of the church as militant and triumphant; God-honoring churchmanship.

Lecture 30

Review of final exam material and Q&A session.

Here are the covers & some more details of two upcoming books we’ve let you know about…

Keith Throop, over at Reformed Baptist Blog, has posted the first picture of the cover (not 100% final) of the upcoming The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Biblical & Covenant Theology by Jeff Johnson (available by December) as well as the table of contents:

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Contents
Introduction

PART ONE 

THE KINGDOM OF GOD & BAPTIST COVENANT THEOLOGY

1.    The Dichotomous Nature
of the Abrahamic Covenant
2.    The Wording of the Abrahamic Covenant
3.    Abraham’s Two Seeds
4.    Abraham’s Physical Seed
5.    Abraham’s Spiritual Seed
6.    New Testament Affirmation
7.    The Dual Covenantal Framework
of the Book of Romans
8.    The Separation of Law & Gospel

PART TWO 

THE KINGDOM OF GOD & BIBLICAL THEOLOGY

9.     The Rise of the Kingdom
10.   The Fall of the Kingdom
11.   The Hope of the Kingdom
12.   The Hope of the Kingdom Preserved
13.   The Promise to Restore the Kingdom
14.   The High Cost of Restoring the Kingdom
15.   The Priest of the Kingdom
16.   The King of the Kingdom
17.   The Inauguration of the Kingdom
18.   The Consummation of the Kingdom

And from an undisclosed location, our Bapti-bot web-crawlers have found the cover of Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical & Balanced Perspective by Rob Ventura & Brian Borgman (available early 2014). First seen on the web below:

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We’ve already posted some of the endorsements, but here are more that we’ve found since then:

“I count it a privilege to commend this book characterized by careful exegesis, helpful illustration, and suffused with practical pastoral application. In opening up the meaning of Ephesians 6:10-20 the authors have also given us an extensive and helpful bibliography of other expositions of this passage by means of the many judicious quotations of authors, past and present, who have expounded this crucial portion of the word of God. The structure of the book and the questions given at the end of each chapter should make the book useful for adult Sunday school classes, small-group studies, as well as a helpful tool for personal devotional use and healthy self-examination. Thank you, Brian and Rob, dear friends and fellow laborers in the gospel, for providing the church with this very useful edifying tool.”

– Al Martin

“Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical and Balanced Perspective is a wake up call to every minister of Christ that our work is not merely academic or intellectual, but also spiritual and supernatural. We have forces arrayed against us that cannot be defeated with any human armament. I fear that this theme has been too often ignored by the biblical scholar and too often exaggerated by those whose conclusions are not grounded in the Scriptures. For this reason, this balanced treatment will be a tremendous benefit to pastor and layperson alike.”

– Paul Washer

“In his letter to the Ephesians, the Apostle Paul describes deliverance from bondage of sin through the work of Christ. He brings that deliverance to bear in our personal experience by the enlivening grace of God. He issues a call for us to walk in this newfound freedom, worthy of our calling in Christ, amidst the dangers and challenges of this fallen world. Paul concludes his letter in practical terms for the battle we face as part of the normal course of the Christian life. It is here in Ephesians 6 that Brian Borgman and Rob Ventura meet us to orient us to the strength, weaponry and strategy by which our Lord equips us for the battle. These pastors provide clear, concise, competent and compelling counsel in what can be a neglected or abused topic.”

– Stanley D. Gale, author of Warfare Witness: Contending with Spiritual Opposition in Everyday Evangelism

Rob Ventura & Brian Borgman Interview about their forthcoming book on spiritual warfare. From Knowing the Truth Radio [Audio]

knowingthetruthFrom the Knowing the Truth Radio blog:

“Knowing The Truth” with Pastor Kevin Boling is a live, call-in radio program providing Doctrinal Dialog, Cultural Commentary and Insightful Interviews with some of today’s foremost Christian authors and leaders.

 

Christian Post recently ran an article about a book that is not scheduled to be released until early next year. The book, however, has already been receiving a number of positive endorsements.

 

“Two pastors, who are scholarly theologians as well, want to make sure that Christians have a biblical and balanced perspective when it comes to the reality of spiritual warfare and the devil. Their passion has led them to co-author a yet to be released book on the subject that has as its central theme Ephesians 6…

 

On today’s KTT Radio Program I will speak with the Authors (Rob Ventura and Brian Borgman) about this much anticipated book.

Here is a 55 minute interview about the forthcoming book “Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical & Balanced Perspective” by Rob Ventura & Brian Borgman:

Reformed Baptist Family Conference 2013 Audio – Feat. Arden Hodgins, James Renihan, Mark Johnson & David Campbell

Sermon audio from the Reformed Baptist Family Conference, which took place June 17-21, 2013 (not to be confused with the OTHER Reformed Baptist Family 2013 Conference), is now online:
   

Mark Johnson
– 
Being Human, sermon No. 1: mp3
– Being Human, sermon No. 2: mp3
– Being Human, sermon No. 3: mp3
– Being Human, sermon No. 4: mp3

Arden Hodgins
– Spiritual Warfare, sermon No. 1: mp3
– Spiritual Warfare, sermon No. 2: mp3
– Spiritual Warfare, sermon No. 3: mp3

Jim Renihan
– Katie Luther, a biography: mp3
– William Knibb, a biography: mp3

David Campbell
– Desiring Christ’s Return: 
mp3
– Hastening Christ’s Return: mp3

 

[source: Grace Baptist Carlisle]

Sneak Peek of Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical & Balanced Perspective by Rob Ventura & Brian Borgman

spiritual warfareIt is not often your find the works of Reformed Baptist in the news, but the Christian Report featured two of our Reformed Baptist brethren in a post titled, “Pastors Take Biblical Approach to Subject of Spiritual Warfare, in Upcoming Book”:

Two pastors, who are scholarly theologians as well, want to make sure that Christians have a biblical and balanced perspective when it comes to the reality of spiritual warfare and the devil. Their passion has led them to co-author a yet to be released book on the subject that has as its central theme Ephesians 6-10.

 

Pastors Brian Borgman from Grace Community Church in Minden, Nev., and Rob Ventura, one of the pastors at Grace Community Baptist Church of North Providence, R.I., say that while some churches rarely talk about the subject of battling evil, other churches go over the top. Although their book, Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical and Balanced Perspective, is scheduled for release early next year, the co-authors provided The Christian Post a sneak peek.

Read the “sneak peek” here or listen to a six minute readout.

 

 

Here is what others are saying about the book:

 

“Standing in a long line of Puritan-style reflection on the nature of spiritual warfare, Borgman and Ventura have produced a brief but remarkably rich book which offers very helpful insights on this subject.  The thoughtful reader will find here sobering meditations on the power of evil and sin but also be pointed to the great encouragement to be found in the word of God and supremely in the Lord Jesus Christ.   This volume is both a helpful pastoral tool and a fine devotional book.”

Carl R. Trueman Paul Woolley Professor of Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary, Pa.

“Spiritual Warfare is thoughtful, biblical, theological, accessible, and impactful. The book is exegetical and expository, without feeling like a commentary or running homily. In it authors Borgman and Ventura make much of Christ and what he has done without negating the reality of our adversary and the real danger he presents, or our own call to faith, righteousness, prayer, and perseverance that flow directly from our Savior’s finished work. What a timely, refreshing, encouraging, convicting, and empowering book! I can’t wait to get it in front of our people.”

Voddie Baucham

“Many voices in our day present a version of spiritual warfare where Satan seems to hold the position of prominence, even preeminence.  Christians are left to wonder what magic spell or formulaic expressions can be invoked to see their demons excised.  Yet, since Christ has triumphed over all the forces of darkness, his people should grow in hope and faith as they look to Christ.  Brian Borgman and Rob Ventura present one of the finest and most biblically responsible and insightful studies of spiritual warfare now available.  While they account fully for the reality of Satan’s deception, cunning, and power, they give greater stress (as they ought!) to the superior and indefatigable victory and sovereign reign of Christ.  Christians need the message of this book.  Satan, indeed, is a real and present danger, but Christ is our real, risen, and reigning hope!  Spiritual Warfare guides readers into a clear and grace-empowered understanding of these truths.”

Bruce A. Ware
Professor of Christian Theology
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

“William Gurnall once said that the battle between Satan and the saints makes the most brutal war on earth look like child’s play. Yet so many Christians act like civilians on vacation instead of soldiers on the front lines. Borgman and Ventura, like experienced master sergeants, give us the Bible’s basic training on spiritual warfare. Drawing from the classic text in Ephesians 6, their teaching will both clear away false ideas about the spiritual battle, and equip Christians to stand firm to the end.”

Dr. Joel R. Beeke, President, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan

“Too many popular evangelical notions about spiritual warfare have been shaped by superstition, bad teaching, and pulp novels about battles with territorial demons. Multitudes of Christians are mystified, terrified, unsure of their role—ignorant of God’s strategy in the warfare against the powers of darkness. Brian Borgman and RobVentura turn to the Word of God and skillfully unravel the mystery. I appreciate how they deal with this vital subject in a meticulously biblical, thoroughly enlightening, and wonderfully edifying way.

Phil Johnson

“The increased hostility of our anti-Christian culture is forcing many Christians on to the back foot and even into the bunkers. This stirring book is a much-needed clarion call to battle, but one that emphasizes the spiritual nature of the battle and of the weapons we must use.”

Dr. David Murray

“Authors Borgman and Ventura aimed for biblical accuracy and balance in addressing spiritual warfare. They hit the bull’s-eye! ‘How we think about this battle is critical to how we fight it.’  Here is a brief treatment that is also clear and accurate: Satan may prowl around as a “roaring lion” seeking someone to devour, but Christ is the reigning Lion who has already won the battle and sits on the throne!”

Pastor Bruce Ray, author of Withhold not Correction, Celebrating the Sabbath, and Help! My Friend is Suicidal.

“Often people talk about spiritual warfare but don\’t understand what the Bible actually teaches on the matter. Borgman and Ventura unpack from the scriptures the true nature of spiritual warfare. As result readers will not only understand spiritual warfare but will also be equipped to fight the good fight of faith. Borgman and Venturaare to be thanked for an eminently clear, wonderfully biblical, theologically rich, and practically applicable study.”

Thomas R. Schreiner
James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

The book will be available through Reformation Heritage Books.

Upcoming Books: “Spiritual Warfare” by Brian Borgman & Rob Ventura & “Life in Christ” by Jeremy Walker

Over at the Reformation21 blog, Rob Ventura just announced some new books that Reformation Heritage Books is coming out with. Two of them them are of particular interest to us as two of them are written by some Particular Baptist :)

The first is Spiritual Warfare: A Biblical and Balanced Perspective. Here are the details from the RHB site:

Author: Borgman, Brian and Ventura, Rob
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Pages: 128
Binding: Paperback
Available: January 2014

 

Table of Contents:

Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

Introduction

  1. Be Strong in the Lord
  2. Put on the Full Armor of God
  3. The Schemes of the Devil
  4. The Nature of Our Conflict
  5. The Belt of Truth
  6. The Breastplate of Righteousness
  7. The Gospel of Peace Footwear
  8. The Shield of Faith
  9. The Helmet of Salvation
  10. The Sword of the Spirit
  11. The Warfare Prayer
  12. Warfare Prayer and Proclamation
  13. Spiritual Warfare Debriefing

Appendix 1: The Sovereignty of God and Satan

Appendix 2: Can a Christian Be Demon-Possessed?

Appendix 3: Pray for Your Pastors

 

Authors:

Brian Borgman is founding pastor of Grace Community Church in Minden, NV. He has written articles for The Southern Baptist Theological Journal, Reformation and Revival Journal and the Gospel Coalition. He has also written, My Heart For Thy Cause (Mentor, 2002) and Feelings and Faith (Crossway, 2009). He holds degrees from Biola University, Western Seminary and Westminster Seminary.

Rob Ventura is one of the pastors of Grace Community Baptist Church of North Providence, Rhode Island. He is a contributing author and blogger for Reformation 21 the online magazine of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals and co-authored A Portrait of Paul on Reformation Heritage Books (2010). He has written articles for The Founders Journal and The Journal of Modern Ministry. He was also the editor of Greg Nichols’ book on Covenant Theology (Solid Ground Christian Books). He is a graduate of Reformed Baptist Seminary SC.

 

We’ll have some more details about that book later this week.

The second book to be on the lookout for it Life in Christ: Becoming and Being a Disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ. Details from RHB:

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$15.00
SKU: 9781601782748
Author: Walker, Jeremy
Pages:

176
Binding: Paperback
Available: November 2013

Description:

To be a disciple of Jesus Christ is to be in a position of privilege and blessing beyond anything the world might offer. In no part of that life can the children of of God consider themselves apart from the Lord Jesus. Author Jeremy Walker considers the Christian’s experience of God’s loving kindnesses, His tender mercies and great goodnesses, and His relationships with His children and responses to them. These considerations provide a framework for believers that enable them to trace out, understand, enter into, and rejoice over the ongoing experience of the grace of God toward a sinner – of a life in Christ. 

 

Table of Contents:

  1. Looking to Jesus
  2. United to Christ
  3. The Unsearchable Riches of Christ
  4. Sons of God
  5. The Jewel of Assurance
  6. The Marks of God’s Children
  7. A Work in Progress
  8. A Life in Review

 

Author:

Jeremy Walker is a pastor of Maidenbower Baptist Church in Crawley, England, coauthor of A Portrait of Paul: Identifying a True Minister of Christ, and author of The Brokenhearted Evangelist.

Basics Conference 2013 [Video/Audio] – Feat. Thabiti Anyabwile, Begg & DeYoung

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Over at the Pure Church blog, Thabiti Anyabwile posted his reflections on this recent conference as well as a link to the audio and video from the Basics Conference 2013 for pastors:

Date Format Title Speaker Event
05/15/13 2013 Basics Panel Question Time Thabiti Anyabwile , Alistair Begg, Kevin DeYoung Main Session
05/15/13 Starting Over Without Leaving Thabiti Anyabwile Breakout Session
05/15/13 Now to Him
Alistair concludes the 2013 Basics Conference focusing on the final section of Jude’s letter. Alistair commends to the pastor …
Alistair Begg Main Session
05/14/13 The Dangers and Delights of Long Term Ministry Alistair Begg Breakout Session
05/14/13 Fairness or Grace
Each person is constantly interpreting their world through a grid, through a specific lens.  Kevin DeYoung contrasts viewing life through …
Kevin DeYoung Main Session
05/14/13 A Basic Plan for Protecting the Truth and the Flock
Continuing our focus on the basics, Thabiti Anyabwile explains the nature of the pastor’s spiritual warfare from 1 Timothy …
Thabiti Anyabwile Main Session
05/14/13 Clarity of Scripture
Can we really know what the Bible means?  In recent times, the clarity of Scripture has come to be questioned …
Kevin DeYoung Main Session
05/13/13 I Found it Necessary
Alistair Begg kicks off the 2013 Basics Conference from the small, but powerful book of Jude.  Countering conventional notions that …
Alistair Begg Main Session
05/13/13 Praying Publicly Kevin DeYoung Breakout Session
05/13/13 A Basic Prayer Life…Most of the Time
A survey of pastors recently revealed that a scant 16% were satisfied with their prayer life.  Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile takes …
Thabiti Anyabwile Main Session