August 17, 2018

Archives for August 2007

Christmas Program Resources for Your Church

My wife Denise is an excellent dramatic writer, and every year she creates wonderful Christmas programs that any church could use to put together something really classy. She’s posted a free creative ministries Christmas program, since now is the time some of you may be in the market for a similar program. It’s a grouping […]

Riffs: 08:20:07: The White Horse Inn on Dying With Unconfessed Sin

The August 19th edition of the White Horse Inn contains a large segment of interviews asking people at a Christian conference what happens to a person if they died with unconfessed sin. Whatever you do, get this podcast/mp3, listen to it and keep it around. The answers may or may not shock you, depending on […]

Internet Monk Radio Podcast #69

Propositions and Spiritual experience, Rice endorses Hillary, Tithing. Internet Monk Radio is on iTunes Podcasts for free. Search for Monk. The Internet Monk Radio Podcast is brought to you by The Theology Program.

Coffee Cup Apologetics 17

“Will God punish people forever in hell?” In this third segment, I suggest what we are compelled to believe and what we are still seeking to understand. Coffee Cup Apologetics now has its own website: All the episodes of Coffee Cup Apologetics are now on iTunes. Go to iTunes and search for “Apologetics.”

Can You Give a TULIP to the Hurting?

I love the word “juxtaposition.” If you don’t know it, it means the placing of two things side by side. Often, the connotation refers to two things that are not usually put in proximity to one another. Because of the way I live my life, I seem to have many experiences of unusual juxtapositioning. I […]

What Is The Prosperity Gospel?

I’ve mentioned the “Prosperity Gospel” in some presentations recently, and I’ve had some questions about what I mean when I use the term. I’m going to outline some very basic responses- and have a little to say about them- so that I can refer others to them as a more complete answer than I can […]

Recommendation: Can We Trust The Gospels? by Mark D. Roberts

This recommendation will be short for three reasons: 1) Mark Roberts is a fantastic pastor/apologist/scholar, and if you don’t already know that, what blogosphere are you living in? 2) Much of this book has already appeared on Roberts’ outstanding web site. 3) If you need this book to answer your questions, someone is probably going […]

Where’s the Evangelical Catechism?

There’s no doubt that the current success of Roman Catholic apologetics has been greatly assisted by the publication and distribution of the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church. Mark Noll, among others, has given considerable credit to the catechism for the change in Protestant-Catholic relations in the last 40 years. It is, in my opinion, […]

No Such “Thing” As Grace II

There is no such “thing” as grace II: Thomas Merton “Let us recognize also that our concept of grace may be hazy and unreal. In fact, the more the notion of grace is treated by us in a semi-materialistic, objectified way, the more unreal it will be. In practice, we tend to think of grace […]

No Such “Thing” As Grace

There is no such “thing” as grace, by Sinclair Ferguson “There is nothing between the person of the Lord Jesus and the person of the believer as that union and communion develops and grows. I think this is a very important thing for us to grasp. Let me put it the way I sometimes put […]