Post Debate Sermons at PRBC

Well, I was scheduled to preach this Sunday anyway, and since I had prepared for the two RevelationTV debates, I figured it would be wise to stay with what is fresh upon your mind (and in your preparation).  Besides, I didn’t exactly get to express myself as fully as I would like, of course, in the brief time allotted to …

Definite Atonement & Antinomianism

Two new resources our readers should be aware of are the following: From Heaven He Came and Sought Her: Definite Atonement in Historical, Biblical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspective. If you want to know why this book was written watch this video. And here is an interview with one of the editors David Gibson. Ligon Duncan comments on the book in …

God’s Works of Providence

Below is information regarding Greenville Seminary’s 2014 Spring Theology Conference. Lord willing, this will be my last conference in the audio booth (I’m scheduled to graduate this Spring). I hope you can join us. The theme of the conference is “God’s Works of Providence” and will be help March 11-13, 2014 and is being help at a new location this …

Wilhelmus à Brakel on Sanctification and Holiness

Wilhelmus à Brakel was one of the most influential men to come out of the Dutch Further Reformation. He wrote with a scholarly mind and a pastoral heart. He exemplified the maxim: Correct doctrinal thinking leads to godly living. His work, The Christian’s Reasonable Service is both challenging in its doctrine, and convicting in its piercing observations. I had been …

Strange Fire, Friendly Fire, Mis-Fire—How Many Puns Do We Really Need?

The last call on today’s Dividing Line asked for my opinion on what has transpired over the past few days regarding the Strange Fire Conference.  Here’s my response.  Summary: Lots of bad, bad stuff out there that the vast majority in the Charismatic movement have no ground upon which to resist, rebuke, or refute.  But when we don’t make the …