Justin Taylor has collected a wealth of links to lectures by Francis Schaeffer. They link to his series on True Spirituality, Biblical Doctrine of the Westminster Confession, and The Development of Modern Thought. Thank you for this work, Justin.
Sovereign Grace Ministries 2009 ‘Next’ Conference is one that I completely, and unfortunately overlooked. Josh Harris is joined by Don Carson, Kevin DeYoung, Sinclair Ferguson & C. J. Mahaney to give a wonderfully edifying conference that focuses our attention on Jesus Christ.
9 Marks provides a session on Church 101 for church members. What does it mean to be a member of a church? What should you expect from church, and what are your responsibilities to the church?
Christ the Center invites Carl Trueman to discuss Martin Luther, media, and it’s contemporary correlations for today. From the Reformed Forum:
Luther’s is an interesting study in the effects of media on the church. Trueman discusses Luther’s context and draws parallels to the contemporary church. All the way from the printing press to Twitter, join us for a fascinating discussion on a timely subject.
Who is Alexander Brown? He’s an intern at Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah, Georgia, Terry Johnson’s pastorate. He has also studied at the Free Church College in Edinburgh Scotland. He’s a wonderful preacher and you can find a handful of his sermons here.
Nik Batzig of Christ the Center fame preached a wonderful message on John 7:1-30.
Liam (William) Goligher has accepted the call to be Tenth Presbyterian Church’s next Senior Pastor, the position which Phil Ryken left last year. He will begin his new job mid-May. Sermon Audio has the candidating sermon that he preached on January 9 looking at the text of 2 Corinthians 5:14-6:2. Enjoy.
The White Horse Inn, hosted by Michael Horton, discusses the issue of the sufficiency of Scriptures. This is an incredibly important subject as we see Scripture’s sufficiency not only questioned, but unwittingly undermined by well-meaning Christians and Christian leaders in what they turn to for help in the Christian life. Michael and his colleagues make some very powerful points that we should all consider.