• A Man More Sinned Against than Sinning?: The Portrait of Martin Luther in Contemporary New Testament Scholarship by Carl R. Trueman

    To put it bluntly, it seems to me that the current revision of the doctrine of justification as formulated by the advocates of the so-called New Perspective on Paul is nothing less than a fundamental repudiation not just of that …Read More

  • In The Beginning by Richard Phillips

    The Bible opens by saying, “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” The purpose of the creation account was not to answer twenty-first century scientific skeptics, but to teach the people of Israel about their God. The …Read More

  • In Essentials Unity, In Non-Essentials Liberty, In All Things Charity by Mark Ross

      Philip Schaff, the distinguished nineteenth-century church historian, calls the saying in our title “the watchword of Christian peacemakers” (History of the Christian Church, vol. 7, p. 650). Often attributed to great theologians such as Augustine, it comes from an …Read More

  • Preaching and Teaching by R.C. Sproul

    Over the years, I’ve made no secret of my admiration for men such as Martin Luther and John Calvin, who were so instrumental in the recovery of the gospel during the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century. I’m amazed by …Read More

  • Secure Investments by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    The Sermon on the Mount is tough to swallow all at once. Though what we have recorded for us in Matthew 5–7 is significantly shorter than the sermons most of us are used to, it is on the other hand …Read More

  • The Place of Prayer by R.C. Sproul

    What is the goal of the Christian life? Godliness born of obedience to Christ. Obedience unlocks the riches of the Christian experience. Prayer is what prompts and nurtures obedience, putting the heart into the proper “frame of mind” to desire …Read More

  • Truth Exchange: An Interview with Peter Jones by Peter Jones

    Tabletalk: What is the mission of truthXchange, and how did it begin? Peter Jones: On February 9, 2014, I watched the Grammys’ tribute to an event that occurred fifty years ago, when the Beatles appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. …Read More

  • Y1K by Keith Mathison

    As the end of the tenth century approached and the year 1000 loomed closer and closer, how did Christians react? Were they convinced that the end was near? Was there fear? Hope? A mixture of both? In the nineteenth century, …Read More

  • Writing Checks Your Faith Can’t Cash by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    We, these United States are in what is, for us, hard times. Foreclosures abound. Unemployment is high. And inflation may well be warming up in the bullpen.  That said, I remain somewhat surprised at the news today that a particular …Read More

  • The Story of Two Older Brothers by John Sartelle

    Self-righteousness cannot exist without producing an attitude of moral superiority, a lack of mercy, and a joyless servitude. The elder brother of the prodigal in Jesus’ parable is a living picture of these characteristics that always suckle at the breast …Read More

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