The Echo and Insufficiency of Hell – John Piper

While this message certainly defends the biblical doctrine of hell, arguing at some length against the views of men like Pinnock and Stott, it goes beyond the subject, delving into the inadequacy of hell itself.  This last statement will no doubt raise an eyebrow as many will wonder what is meant by the word “inadequate.”  [...]

The Glory of the New Covenant – Sinclair Ferguson

2 Corinthians chapter 3 is a challenging section of Scripture to exegete.  I suppose any focused discussion of the old covenant as it relates to the new is going to prove difficult, for here one will be required to demonstrate how they put their bible together. Sinclair Ferguson, as has been his trademark, masterfully threads [...]

I Wish I Had Been There – C.J. Mahaney

For those of you who do not know C.J. Mahaney, he leads Sovereign Grace Ministries (Think Reformed non-cessationists) in its mission to establish and support local churches.  Before handing the reigns over to Joshua Harris, he pastored Covenant Life Church for 27 years.  He also serves on the Council of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals [...]

Postmodernism – D.A. Carson

It is important to understand the philosophical undercurrents of our age.  Not only will we be in a better position to exegete culture, but we will be more adequately prepared to engage the popular mindset of unbelief.  There is, of course, no single all encompassing worldview of unbelief in our country, but if there were [...]