Ligonier Blog / Sunday / October 23 / 2016


  • $5 Friday Sales on Holiness, Theology, Ethics & More

    from Karisa Schlehr Apr 29, 2011 Category: Ligonier Resources

    Time to load up your bookshelves. Find $5 Friday resources this week covering sanctification & spiritual growth, ethics, spiritual warfare & the devil, parenting, ethics, holiness, the five points of Calvinism, and how we are to live this side of heaven. Evangelical Ethics provided this week courtesy of P&R Publishing. Sale starts Friday at 8 a.m. and ends Saturday at 8 a.m. EST. Keep Reading
  • An Interview with R. Albert Mohler Jr.

    from Tim Challies Apr 28, 2011 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

    Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr. serves as president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. In addition to his presidential duties, Mohler hosts Thinking in Public, an interview forum about frontline theological and cultural matters; and The Briefing, which seeks to enable Christians to think biblically about current events. He has served as pastor and staff minister of several Southern Baptist churches and came to the presidency of Southern Seminary from service as editor of The Christian Index, the oldest of the state papers serving the Southern Baptist Convention. Keep Reading
  • VIDEO: CrossReference: Give Me Your Son

    from Karisa Schlehr Apr 27, 2011 Category: Ligonier Resources

    This week we bring you the fifth episode from CrossReference: Discovering Christ in the Old Testament, a new series from David Murray and HeadHeartHand on the appearances in the Old Testament. You can watch the first two episodes here, and the remaining videos will be available for temporary viewing each week for the next six weeks at the Ligonier blogChallies, and HeadHeartHand. Keep Reading
  • The End of the World According to Harold Camping (Part 5)

    from W. Robert Godfrey Apr 26, 2011 Category: Articles

    Harold Camping has not only deserted the church, he seems also to have deserted Christ and his Gospel. In his online book The End of the Church…and After, he began to reject a number of teachings on salvation common in Reformed churches. Consider this strange amalgam of biblical truths and errors all of which Camping rejects as errors so serious that Christ has ended the church age because of them: Keep Reading
  • Worship Matters

    from Karisa Schlehr Apr 26, 2011 Category: Ministry News

    In response to a growing interest in the use of liturgical elements in worship, The Gospel Coalition recently posted a few responses to the question, "To what extent does your church use liturgical elements such as responsive readings and creeds? Why?" In light of this discussion, here are further resources to help address public worship, discernment in worship, the regulative principle of worship, legalism, liturgy, and Christian freedom.    Keep Reading
  • Young Women, Idolatry & the Powerful Gospel

    from Tim Challies Apr 26, 2011 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

    We are all inveterate worshipers — it’s just something we do without thinking about it. Worshiping is part of our nature because God created us to worship Him, and, by doing so, we bring both Him and ourselves deep pleasure (Pss. 16:11; 149:4). The world is full of worshipers, and some of them actually worship God. But the truth is that most of us worship idols. Keep Reading
  • Twitter Highlights (4/24/11)

    from Nathan W. Bingham Apr 24, 2011 Category: Ministry News

    Here are some highlights from the various Ligonier Twitter feeds over the past week. Keep Reading
  • Why was Jesus raised from the dead?

    from R.C. Sproul Jr. Apr 24, 2011 Category: Articles

    It is a good thing to enter into the pathos of the disciples during those dark days between the crucifixion and the resurrection.  It is easy for us to forget that they haven’t read the rest of the story. We live on this side of the resurrection, and its explication in Scripture. We have Truth revealed. They had only anguish and uncertainty.  They had lost their Lord. Their trouble, however, was not ultimately that they missed Jesus. Their heartache was rooted in something more substantial than personal sadness. Keep Reading