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  • 2011 Ligonier National Conference - Session 12 (Robert Godfrey)

    from Keith Mathison Mar 26, 2011 Category: Events

    The conference continued today with a message by Ligonier teaching fellow Dr. Robert Godfrey on the topic “Pleasing God.” Dr. Godfrey explained that when he saw his message title, his first though was “Can we please God?” He reminded us that Scripture says God is pleased with His people. It’s amazing that as powerfully as Scripture speaks about the continuing sinfulness of even the regenerated, it also speaks about how God does delight in His people. How can both be true at the same time? Keep Reading
  • 2011 Ligonier National Conference - Session 6 (R.C. Sproul Jr.)

    from Keith Mathison Mar 25, 2011 Category: Events

    Ligonier Ministries’ 2011 National Conference continued Friday morning with R.C. Sproul, Jr. speaking on the sovereignty of God. In a lecture titled “Almighty Over All,” Dr. Sproul focused on the question of God’s sovereignty and the reality of suffering. Keep Reading
  • An Exciting Lineup of Doctor of Ministry Courses

    from Keith Mathison Feb 15, 2011 Category: Ligonier Academy

    This month, several of the students who were part of our inaugural Doctor of Ministry classes in July 2009 will be completing their required coursework and preparing to begin their major written projects. We were pleased to offer courses on Missions and Evangelism with Dr. Steve Lawson and on the Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament with Dr. D.A. Carson. Keep Reading
  • A Taste of Heaven

    from Keith Mathison Feb 08, 2011 Category: Book Reviews

    Debates over the proper form and content of worship are not new. The apostle Paul was already contending with such disputes in the first century.  One could even argue that the “worship wars” began much earlier, when Cain and Abel brought their different sacrifices to God.  Closer to our own time, the eighteenth-century rise of revivalism caused great controversy throughout North American churches. Keep Reading