Mike Reeves asks how believing in Father, Son, and Spirit makes the gospel what it is.
Glen Scrivener looks at how getting the gospel right will make us better at sharing it in the last of two talks.
Glen Scrivener looks at how getting the gospel right will make us better at sharing it in the first of two talks.
Peter Mead takes a fresh look at the Prodigal Son in Luke 15. Does it deny core elements of the gospel? From Delighted by God 2012.
Glen Scrivener explores how gospel worked before the Reformation and how it changed. From Delighted by God 2012.
Mike Reeves introduces us to the life and influence of the titanic early Church theologian, Augustine of Hippo.
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.
Emma Scrivener chats to Dan Hames about her book, 'A New Day', considering mental health, the Church, and the gospel.
Michael Reeves preaches from Hebrews 13 at Union School of Theology's end of year thanksgiving and commissioning service.