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  • Writing for God’s Glory

    from Tim Challies Aug 02, 2011 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

    Each of us was born with an imagination. Since creation, we have possessed the ability to form unseen images and original ideas in our minds — to visualize neverbefore seen characters and to craft intricately interwoven themes never experienced by anyone at any time in history. With our imaginations, we create stories and thus create imaginary worlds where there are heroes and villains, brave little hobbits, and great white whales. Keep Reading
  • Columns from Tabletalk Magazine, August 2011

    from Tim Challies Aug 01, 2011 Category: Articles

    The August edition of Tabletalk is out. This issue interacts with classical literature, exploring various biblical themes littered throughout great pieces such as Moby Dick and The Lord of the Rings. From Victor Hugo’s portrayal of law and grace in Les Mis to the remarkable choice of Faust in Christopher Marlowe’s play The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus, we investigate a variety of biblical themes found in each classic work. Contributors include R.C. Sproul, John Piper, Andy Naselli, Iain Murray, Tim Challies, and R.C. Sproul Jr. Keep Reading
  • Twitter Highlights (7/31/11)

    from Nathan W. Bingham Jul 31, 2011 Category: Ministry News

    Here are some highlights from the various Ligonier Twitter feeds over the past week. Keep Reading
  • $5 Friday: Lord’s Prayer, Satan & Roman Catholicism

    from Karisa Schlehr Jul 29, 2011 Category: Ligonier Resources

    Find $5 Friday resources today on the Lord's prayer, spiritual warfare, Jonathan Edwards, Roman catholicism, assurance and sanctification. Special thanks to Faro de Gracia Publications for partnering this week. Sale starts Friday at 8 a.m. and ends Saturday at 8 a.m. EST. Keep Reading
  • What do you get when you ask an introvert to write an article about friendship?”

    from Noël Piper Jul 28, 2011 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

    "I was sixty years old when this story began — when I was forced to have friends. I am ashamed that, until then, I could have remained so ignorant of what God intended friendship to be. At the same time, I am filled with gratitude that God didn’t leave me alone." Read the whole thing. Keep Reading
  • The Faces of Ministry at Ligonier: Kent Madison

    from Kayla Mahnken Jul 28, 2011 Category: Articles

    Kent Madison serves at Ligonier as Chief Audio Engineer and Studio Manager. In this capacity, Kent oversees audio needs for the ministry, production of the daily Renewing Your Mind radio broadcasts, production of music projects for Ligonier, conference audio acquisition, and new video series audio acquisition and editing; he also has oversight of the audio and video equipment and facilities. Settling in Nashville in the early 80s, Kent worked as an audio engineer for various music companies, jingle houses, and other production facilities. Keep Reading
  • If You Preach the Gospel

    from Albert Mohler Jul 27, 2011 Category: Articles

    There is something deeply mysterious about Christian preaching, both in terms of its communication and in terms of its content. After all, what we preach is not what the world expects to hear. It is not a message they will hear anywhere else. No human wisdom, no school of philosophy, no secular salesman, no TV commercial speaker selling his CDs is ever going to come up with this on his own. Keep Reading
  • Join Us This October for the 2011 Fall Conference

    from Karisa Schlehr Jul 26, 2011 Category: Events

    Registration is now open for the 2011 Fall Conference at Reformation Bible College. Join Voddie Baucham, George Grant, Michael Morales, R.C. Sproul and R.C. Sproul Jr. as they consider the autobiography of God October 14-15 in Sanford, Fla. Get the early bird rate if you register before September 16th. Keep Reading
  • A Christian Terrorist in Norway?

    from Keith Mathison Jul 26, 2011 Category: Articles

    Last Friday (July 22, 2011), a bomb went off in Oslo killing eight people and injuring many more. Soon afterward, a gunman went on a shooting spree at an island youth camp in Norway, killing 68 people. The gunman was arrested and later claimed responsibility for both attacks. Political terrorism has not been unusual in the twentieth and twenty-first century, but this attack hits home for those of us who claim to be Christian because Breivik has identified himself as one of us on his Facebook page.  Keep Reading

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