Michael Reeves examines four key scenes in the glorious story of Christ’s work in his church.
Melito of Sardis writes on the death of Jesus in the form of a Passover haggadah (retelling).
In this bumper edition of the podcast, Dan Hames speaks to Colin Nicholl about his extraordinary research into the Star of Bethlehem.
Mike Reeves looks at the inner workings of the preacher's heart, helping us avoid the trap of technically correct preaching that misses divine revelation for the preacher.
Mike Reeves considers the recent efforts towards unity between Roman Catholics and evangelicals, and asks whether we truly agree on the doctrine of justification.
Michael Reeves asks whether James 2 teaches against Paul and the Reformers that we are not justified by faith alone.
Gloria Furman explores Christian parenting in this excerpt from her book, 'Missional Motherhood: The Everyday Ministry of Motherhood in the Grand Plan of God.'
David J. A. Clines' famous satirical article brilliantly critiques the Documentary Hypothesis of the Pentateuch by applying its assumptions to the Winne the Pooh books.
Peter Mead guides us through James 1, asking how we can live fully for God amid all of life's trials.
Dan Hames chats with Gerrit Scott Dawson about the ascension – what it is, why it matters, and how it changes everything about your life today.
Michael Reeves and Tim Chester explain the Reformers' doctrine of the grace of God in this extract from their book, 'Wy the Reformation Still Matters'.
Michael Reeves talks to John Piper for an hour about his new book on the self-evidencing nature of Scripture, and raising possible objections to his argument.
Paul Williams shows why introducing people to Jesus is the heart of evangelism in this extract from his book, 'Intentional'.
In the first of two papers, Glen Scrivener outlines a theology of mission, beginning with the being of God and moving to explore the content of our mission.
Stephen Nichols looks at the significance of the power of the Word of God in Josiah's reforms in 2 Kings 22, stopping to look at the Reformation, the evangelical revival, and more.
Robert Letham leads us into the mystery of the incarnation from Galatians 4.
Sinclair Ferguson walks us through the doctrine of sanctification from the Reformed perspective, asking what sanctification is and how it happens.
Emma Scrivener shares some of her experiences with an eating disorder, its effects on her, and the power of vulnerability.