One of the best parts of a good conference is the questions & answers session. I enjoy watching, listening, and learning. The following panel discussion is from the 2000 Ligonier conference, and while the speakers look a bit younger, their conversation over important theological issues is one you will want to take in with a good cup of coffee. The questions and answers session includes John Piper, Albert Mohler, R.C. Sproul, and Douglas Wilson – moderated by Paul Sailhamer.
Christian, Do You Love God’s Law? – Sinclair Ferguson answers a very important question.
A Hope That Cannot Die – Nathan Busenitz writes, “Fox’s Book of Martyrs is a must read for every Christian. Written by John Fox over 350 years ago, it catalogs the lives of hundreds of believers who, throughout church history, were willing to give their lives for the cause of Christ.”
Controversy on the Doctrine of the Trinity – Recently, Carl Trueman and Liam Goligher wrote articles that called out well respected theologians Wayne Grudem and Bruce Ware. Following their articles, both men have responded (Grudem | Ware). Hold on to your seats and read slowly as you consider the nuances of theology that are being critiqued and debated. As you read, don’t think this subject isn’t important – it’s worth your time and consideration.
Should I Finish School Before I Marry? Six Options to Consider – John Piper provides some good advice worthy of consideration.