On the heels of the publication of his book ‘The Future of Justification’, John Piper delivered the heart of his message to the Evangelical Theological Society, and effectively answers the objections N. T. Wright and those of the New Perspective raise.
I’ve recently come across this seasoned Irish preacher, John Greer. Greer is a man who preaches the Word with power and authority in Northern Ireland. I’ve listened to a few of his messages and they all have edified, taught and challenged. I recommend you visit to the church website and browse the 900 plus sermons. There is also a large selection of video of the services.
Ted Hildebrant has put together a good resource for building an understanding of New Testament Greek. There is a wealth of audio resources here.
I never tire of hearing sermons on the atonement, and Grudem brings his careful and thoughtful study to this glorious doctrine.
If you’re a fan of Carson, you have to check out PJ Tibayan’s update on his extensive page of Don Carson’s audio. PJ’s blog, God is Better Than All, has one of the largest and best organized listings of Carson’s sermons on the web.
This month Christian Audio has made available the classic work Religious Affections.
Carson’s three lectures and Q&A looks at a few passages in Paul’s pastorals to Timothy about equipping believers to serve the Gospel. In true Carson fashion, Don brings a clear eye to some difficult subjects such as women in ministry, the emergent church, qualifications of elders, honest minstry work, among many other subjects. This is a gem of a series.
Delivered to the Yorkshire Gospel Partnership in 2006.
John Piper’s series on marriage has one defining feature that few other series on marriage have: it demonstrates the exalted glory of covenant marriage as a reflection of God himself. And I’m not just talking about how it’s an example of Christ and the church. He resets marriage on the high mantle of God’s glory. This series is sweeping in scope. A very valuable series.