Sabbath, Apologetics, and More Apologetics

I hear that everyone interested in apologetics arises early in the morning. I like to get up around 4am, although that certainly doesn’t happen every morning. Well, if you think 4am is early, then 8am is late. So, you will not miss the radio debate that will take place tomorrow morning between Drs. Joseph Pipa and Craig Blomberg. The topic …

Inerrancy and the Gospels

Obviously (typing with tongue-in-cheek), with the recent republication of the exchanges between James and Mr. McKinsey on this blog, professor Vern Poythress, of Westminster Theological Seminary has made his brand new book Inerrancy and Worldview: Answering Modern Challenges to the Bible available free of charge. Grab the PDF by clicking here. You can also purchase a hard copy of this …

Biblical Theology, Trinity, etc.

There are a few resources that need to brought to your attention, if you don’t already know about them. First, you should know that Stuart Robinson’s Discourses of Redemption is back in print. And as far as I know, the GPTS bookstore is the only one in the US that currently has this in stock. As a matter of fact, …

1 Timothy (Course with Dr. George Knight, III)

If you are not familiar with George Knight’s commentary on the Pastoral Epistles, you will want to purchase it now. After (or before) purchasing the commentary, tune into the course I finished uploading today on 1 Timothy that Dr. Knight taught at GPTS a number of years ago. The audio is pulled from the video of the class, so I …

Scripture & Seminary

If the above two topics pique your interest in the least, you will want to tune in live to the 2012 GPTS Spring Theology Conference on Tuesday and Wednesday at 7pm. The two evening sessions will be (Lord willing) broadcast live on Sermon Audio. If you click here at 7pm tomorrow, you will hear Dr. Paul Helseth on the topic …