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Jan
07

A Good Day to Proclaim Bad News

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We often ask people, “Do you want the good news or the bad news?” But sometimes we have to face the bad news before we can really understand why the good news is so good. According to Daniel Strange, Lecturer in Culture, Religion, and Public Theology at Oak Hill College, that’s precisely what Paul did in his…
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Nov
13

The Reliability of the Gospels and the Telephone Game (video)

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Darrel Bock explains why “The Telephone Game” is a terrible way of explaining the oral transmission of the Gospels. Oral cultures were much better at passing information reliable than we tend to think.

Oct
01

A New Video Series on the Gospel

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Leadership Journal’s Out of Ur blog is starting a new video series in which key Christian leaders address the question, “What is the gospel?” As the introduction explains: It’s one of the most hotly debated questions in the church today: What is the Gospel? We’re starting a new series of videos from Christian leaders to hear…
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Sep
17

Alistair Begg at the Spurgeon Fellowship

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Alistair Begg is widely regarded as one of the finest preachers in America today. And last week he was at Western Seminary speaking at the latest Spurgeon Fellowship. If you weren’t able to attend, we don’t want you to miss out. So here he is preaching on Judges 7. The sermon starts at the 5:08 mark. Enjoy!

Sep
14

The 3-2-1 Gospel

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Here’s an excellent little video for sharing and explaining key aspects of the gospel. The video breaks the story down into three main pieces: 3 persons: the Trinity 2 humans: Adam and Christ 1 life: unity with either Adam or Christ You don’t often see gospel presentations that emphasize either the Trinity, especially the idea of becoming a…
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