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  • Living in Light of the Gospel: An Interview with Paul David Tripp by Paul David Tripp

    Tabletalk: Tell us a little about Paul Tripp Ministries and your call to a ministry of counseling. Paul David Tripp: Let me say first that the name of the ministry is not what it is because I think that it …Read More

  • Good and Evil in The Lord of the Rings by Keith Mathison

    There is a scene near the end of The Lord of the Rings that has brought tears to the eyes of many readers. The hobbits Sam and Frodo have been rescued from certain death after completing their quest. When Sam …Read More

  • Law, Grace and Redemption in Les Misérables by L. Michael Morales

    Victor Hugo’s monumental novel Les Misérables, first published in 1862, has been compared to a gothic cathedral — and justly so. One comes away from the work with the alternating images of grotesque gargoyles and chipped, mildewed saints, cobwebbed shadows …Read More

  • The Bonds of Brotherhood by R.C. Sproul

    Fraternity … what does this word mean? It can refer to several distinct types of associations or relationships, and the church can learn valuable lessons by exploring these in more depth. The term fraternity may prompt us to …Read More

  • Defining the Debate by R.C. Sproul

    The question of Sabbath observation, historically, has provoked many debates and controversies involving separate issues. The first great debate about the Sabbath is whether, as an Old Testament ordinance particularly emphasized in the Mosaic covenant, it is still obligatory in …Read More

  • Keeping the Lord’s Day by Burk Parsons

    In the summer of 1999, I was studying the Lutheran Reformation in eastern Germany with a group of fellow American graduate students. After attending a Sunday morning worship service at the Stadtkirche in Wittenberg, where Martin Luther often preached, we …Read More

  • The Perils and Promise of Social Media by Collin Hansen

    Church leaders today find themselves caught between two equally valid but competing realities. Social media have become valuable, even necessary, tools for teaching and exercising leadership. Yet Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and blogs cannot substitute for the local church, which is …Read More

  • Christian Exiles by John Piper

    In a profound sense, this world is not our home. When we are away from our bodies we will be “at home with the Lord” (2 Cor. 5:8). We are not to be “conformed to this age” (Rom. 12:2). Our …Read More

  • Separation of Church and State by Nicholas Needham

    Western Europe was shaken to the heart in the eleventh century by the investiture conflict. It saw kings humbled by popes, popes driven out by kings, wars between armies, dissensions within the church, and, ultimately, a new Europe. A theological …Read More

  • Holding the Line: An Interview with R. Albert Mohler Jr. by Albert Mohler

    Tabletalk: In 1993, shortly after your appointment as president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, there was substantial faculty fallout and a sharp move in an orthodox direction. Would you give us a glimpse into that time for you and …Read More

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