Many people ask about the origin of evil, but in this sermon R.C. Sproul discusses the definition and source.

A Response to Andy Stanley: Jesus and the Old Testament, What God has joined together, let not man separate — Once every 12-18 months, we see some dust-up from something controversial said by Andy Stanley in a sermon or at a conference. Here is the latest version, and a good response worthy of your time.

Benefits and Negatives of a Long-Term Pastorate — Take time to review this list of advantages and disadvantages for a lengthy pastorate in one location.

Friday’s Featured Sermon: “Two Paths, One Way” — “Hell has many residents who formerly professed faith in Christ. They didn’t “lose their salvation” because that’s biblically impossible (John 10:27–29). They are people who claimed to know Jesus, only to find out that Jesus didn’t know them.”

Isaiah’s Sixfold Depiction of God’s Glory — “What kind of God does the prophet proclaim in Isaiah 42:18– 43:21? What must God be like if He promises to restore and renew despite the abject failure of His people?”

$5 Friday: Marriage, Providence, & the Holy Spirit — Some good books for only $5.

Piper’s Six-Stage Process for Writing Books — “After writing over fifty books, Pastor John explains his six-stage process, from gathering the initial idea to seeing the project come to life.”

North Korea Frees American Christians — This is some really encouraging news.

This week on the DBG blog:

  • Three Types of Pastors Who Hinder the Church — In this article, I seek to point out three types of pastors who can hinder the church in various ways—and not all of them are necessarily false teachers.
  • Three Types of People Who Help the Church — In this series of “Three Types”—I continue by looking at three types of people who help the church. We would do well to appreciate these people and to pray for them in the life of our local church.

 

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