How to Listen to a Bad Sermon

J. Ligon Duncan delivered two excellent messages at Second Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina. Ligon challenges us to consider how the individualism, consumerism and relativism of our times have deadened our ability to delve deep into the Scriptures and to live Biblically. He cites how the people of Puritan days would listen to 2 to 3 hour long sermons, because for them Scripture meant something serious given that the smell of burning flesh of that era was present with the persecution of Christians.

Understanding the Times mp3>>>

How to Listen to a Bad Sermon mp3>>>


Ligonier Contending for the Truth 2007 Conference

contendingforthetruth.jpgSproul, MacArthur, Mohler, Piper and Zacharias put on a great conference which looked at the problem of postmodernism and the attacks being made against orthodox Christianity today.  The 14 sessions in MP3 are available for download for $45.

  • Postmodernism and Philosophy (Zacharias)
  • Postmodernism and Society (Mohler)
  • Postmodernism and Christianity (Sproul Jr)
  • Questions and Answers
  • The Task of Apologetics (Sproul)
  • Faith and Reason (Piper) free at Desiring God>>>
  • The Challenge of Science (MacArthur)
  • The Challenge of Relativism (Piper) free at Desiring God>>>
  • The Problem of Evil (MacArthur)
  • The Existence of God (Zacharias)
  • The Authority of Scripture (Mohler)
  • The Holy Spirit and Apologetics (Mohler)
  • Questions and Answers #2
  • The Resurrection of Christ (Sproul)
  • Contending for the Truth mp3 collection page >>>

    Boice, ‘Developing a Christian Mind’ series

    James Montgomery Boice, the late, great preacher, gave a series of 4 messages based on Romans 12: 1-2 at Believers Chapel in Dallas, Texas.  This is fundamental teaching that we need to hear again and again because it goes against the grain of the culture. Boice discusses how we are to battle relativism, and looks intently at how we are to think in a Christian, Biblical way. The 4 messages are:

    Mind Renewal in a Mindless World
    Developing a Christian Mind 1
    Developing a Christian Mind 2
    Your Place in History

     Developing a Christian Mind by James Montgomery Boice >>>