Oct 2, 2014

Columns from Tabletalk Magazine, October 2014

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The October issue of Tabletalk is out. This issue features articles looking at several of the most significant dichotomies and distinctions found in Scripture. Throughout God's Word, various concepts are placed in opposition or in contrast with one another. Sometimes the contrast is stark and unyielding. Other times, the contrast is more complex. Understanding these dichotomies and distinctions is crucial to understanding the message of Scripture. This issue of Tabletalk will seek to provide a basic hermeneutical tool by examining the meanings of some of the most important biblical contrasts.

Contributors include R.C. Sproul along with Douglas F. Kelly, T.D. Alexander, Benjamin Shaw, Harry L. Reeder III, R.C. Sproul Jr., Andy Naselli, Cornelis P. Venema, Randy Alcorn, Eric Bancroft, Stephen J. Nichols, Derek W.H. Thomas, Tim Challies, John MacArthur, Albert N. Martin, Eric B. Watkins, and others.

We do not post all of the feature articles or the daily devotionals from the issue, so you'll have to either purchase the issue or subscribe to get those. But for now, here are links to several free columns and articles from this month:

Subscribe to Tabletalk today for only $23 a year, and $20 to renew. You save even more if you get a 2- or 3-year subscription (as little as $1.36 per issue). Get your subscription to Tabletalk today by calling one of Ligonier Ministries' resource consultants at 800-435-4343 or by subscribing online and receive immediate access to the digital edition.

Here's a preview of what's coming up in Tabletalk over the coming months:

Semper Reformanda

The November issue is devoted to an examination of the slogan semper reformanda: "reformed and always reforming."

Who Do You Say That I Am?

The December issue explains why orthodox Christology is of great importance for this and every generation.

The Good News

The January issue seeks to explain the gospel, along with aspects of redemption that relate to the gospel and flow out of it.

Subscribe to Tabletalk today for only $23 a year, and $20 to renew.