Jonathan Edwards' reflections on what it is to know the glory of God in the face of Christ – based on his involvement in revivals during his ministry.
Peter Mead explains how a biblical understanding of Jesus' humanity affects the way we do evangelism and outline the gospel.
Dan Hames asks Graham Tomlin about Luther's famous distinction between 'law' and 'gospel', and they touch on the New Perspective's reading of Luther.
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.
Simon Ponsonby explores evangelism: telling God's story in the gospel, and our own story as God has touched our own lives.
Emma Scrivener chats to Dan Hames about her book, 'A New Day', considering mental health, the Church, and the gospel.
Emma Scrivener explores how a local church can be a healing and healthy place for those who struggle – which is everybody present.
Michael Reeves preaches from Hebrews 13 at Union School of Theology's end of year thanksgiving and commissioning service.
Sinclair Ferguson walks us through the doctrine of sanctification from the Reformed perspective, asking what sanctification is and how it happens.
Dane Ortlund introduces us to the great New England theologian, Jonathan Edwards.