Monergism has been gathering a boat-load of expositional series by Scottish preacher William Still. Still preached extensively through both the Old and New Testaments during his 52 year ministry.
Greg Beale gives a crash course on the discipline of biblical theology, assesses recent works on it, and explains what he’s written and why.
Mark Dever and Al Mohler discuss the topic of gay marriage at the 2012 Together for the Gospel Conference.
The video for this Thursday Theology is the first message from David Platt’s Secret Church series on The Body of Christ.
Doug Wilson’s latest book ‘Father Hunger‘ has recently been released. Posted on the Father Hunger website are 7 sermons that cover the basis of the book. Wilson is not only an excellent expositor of Scripture, he is a great teacher who has a gift in writing.
Richard Phillips says of the book:
“Wilson sounds a clarion call among Christian men that is pointedly biblical, urgently relevant, humorously accessible, and practically wise”
This video is now almost a couple of years old, but a repost is worthwhile. It is from the 2010 EMA and is a discussion on prophecy in the local church between Ian Hamilton (Cambridge Presbyterian Church) and Wayne Grudem (Phoenix Seminary, Arizona). Not only is the topic worthy of some discussion, but I think the whole thing is conducted in a strong positive spirit; which is just how it should be.
From the back cover:
Everyone encounters conflict–whether it be with a co-worker, family member, friend, or complete stranger. And yet we all desire harmony in our relationships. Resolving Everyday Conflict is a practical, biblical, and concise guide to peacemaking in everyday life that can turn your troubled relationships into peaceful ones.
With the proven advice found in this book, authors Ken Sande and Kevin Johnson show you how to achieve not only a cease-fire but also unity and harmony. Their biblical guidance will take you beyond resolving conflicts to true, life-changing reconciliation with family, co-workers, and fellow believers.