Ligonier Blog / Thursday / August 17 / 2017

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  • Is Christ the Only Way?

    from Nathan W. Bingham Jul 05, 2017 Category: Ligonier Resources

    When R.C. Sproul was in college he was asked, "Is Christ the only way?" In this brief clip, he shares how he responded. Keep Reading
  • Columns from Tabletalk Magazine, July 2017

    from Nathan W. Bingham Jul 04, 2017 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

    The July issue of Tabletalk is out. Keep Reading
  • Social Media Highlights (7/2/17)

    from Nathan W. Bingham Jul 02, 2017 Category: Ministry News

    Here are highlights from our various social media accounts over the past week. Keep Reading
  • Should I Feel God’s Presence in My Life?

    from R.C. Sproul Jul 01, 2017 Category: Articles

    This question brings to mind an experience I had early in my ministry. In fact, I’d only been ordained a few months and was teaching at a college. One church had a minister who was much loved by his congregation; he had served there for twenty-five years but had become critically ill. The man was at the point of death. I was supplying the pulpit for several months and helping the congregation deal with this tragedy in their midst.   Keep Reading
  • $5 Friday: Depravity, Guilt, & Christ

    from Nathan W. Bingham Jun 30, 2017 Category: Ligonier Resources

    It's time for our weekly $5 Friday sale. This week's resources include such topics as Jonathan Edwards, Moses, eternal security, the Holy Spirit, Christ, depravity, guilt, and more.   Keep Reading
  • Blessed Are the Meek

    from Nathan W. Bingham Jun 29, 2017 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

    Here's an excerpt from Blessed Are the Meek, Ken Jones' contribution to the June issue of Tabletalk. Keep Reading
  • A Review of Luther: The Life and Legacy of the German Reformer

    from Robert Rothwell Jun 28, 2017 Category: Articles

    In 2017, we celebrate the five-hundreth anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and the work of its most significant figure, Martin Luther. We date the beginning of the Reformation from his posting of the Ninety-Five Theses in 1517, but Luther’s significance extends well beyond Protestantism. He routinely appears on lists of the most influential figures of the past one thousand years. One of my undergraduate history professors observed that more books have been written about Martin Luther than have been written about any other historical figure other than Jesus Christ. Given Luther’s influence on religion, politics, culture, and the arts, it is extremely difficult to summarize effectively the life and significance of Luther in roughly ninety minutes. Yet that is what Stephen McCaskell has accomplished in his Luther: The Life and Legacy of the German Reformer.   Keep Reading

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