Steven Lawson in London: Martyrs and Preachers

BINGHAM: Hi, I’m Nathan W. Bingham with Ligonier Ministries, and we’re here in Smithfield as part of our English Reformation Study Tour. I’m joined by Ligonier teaching fellow, Dr. Steven Lawson. Dr. Lawson, why are we here at Smithfield? What’s significant about this location? LAWSON: Well, this is a very memorable place, Nathan, because this…

Insights – Mary as Queen and Mother – Seth Paine

there were a few things that I remember growing up as an evangelical about Mary and thinking about her role in in the life of Jesus. I remember seeing Mary in the creche at Christmas I remember some songs that friends of mine at church loved to sing, you know Mary did you know was…

Michael Horton on the Purpose of Spiritual Gifts

– [Michael Horton] You know, especially in 1 Corinthians 12 and Romans 12, the Apostle Paul tells us that there is a variety of gifts that we have in the body of Christ. If everybody were a mouth then where would the hands be? If everybody were feet then where would the ears be? We’re…

Amos Yong on the Religious Other

I was born in Malaysia to Pentecostal Christianity Grew up Pentecostal preacher’s kid, missionary kid my parents are first-generation converts. From the Pentecostal side of things, when you come to know Christ you make 180-degree turn There’s a saying, it’s called “making a break with the past.” Which means that you don’t think about the…

Why Don’t Democrats Take Religion Seriously?

Many religious voters feel alienated from the Democratic party. Donald Trump overwhelmingly won Christian voters, including 81% of White Evangelicals and 60% of White Catholics. The obvious reason is that Donald Trump offered these voters more of what they wanted like overturning Roe vs. Wade and appointing conservative Supreme Court justices, but there’s something bigger…

Don Carson | Luke Part 1 | Jesus and the Certainty of God

♪ [music] ♪ – [D. A. Carson] Everyone who has even an elementary knowledge of the New Testament knows that it begins Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. We call them the four Gospels. And sometimes we think “Matthew’s gospel” and “Mark’s Gospel” and “Luke’s Gospel” but in the original, that’s not really what is said….