Dr. Gregg Allison interviews Stephen Wellum about his new book Systematic Theology: From Canon to Concept
Pastors today have access to countless resources and commentaries to help aid in their preparation, but that raises the question how should a pastor use a commentary?
Dr. John Wilsey interviews Dr. Barry Gibson about his new book The Power of Repentance: How God Changes Lives,
When a Pauline theology of suffering is seen in its connection to glory, the prosperity gospel is seen for what it truly is, namely, a different gospel, which is really no gospel at all.
What people say about wealth is a window into their worldview.
Many of the criticisms warning evangelical churches from using the songs of the prosperity gospel movement are unwittingly liable to some of the same errors they critique.
I know it sounds odd to say that I enjoy funerals more than weddings, but I do, because people are dialed in.
The beginning of a new year is an ideal time to stop, look up, and get our bearings. To that end, here are some questions to ask prayerfully in the presence of God.
In answering these questions, we have to remember that the reality of human sleep is not a new, recent, or modern phenomenon. It can actually trace its origins all the way back to the very beginning of scripture.
When you hear my name, I want you to think, “Granger Smith? Oh, I’ve heard of him. What a great Savior we have in Jesus!”
God entrusted us with a wonderful gift, even if for only a short time. We now trust God who is a far better caretaker than we could ever be.
An interview with author Chris Castaldo about The Upside Down Kingdom: Wisdom for Life from the Beatitudes
In Genesis 6:1–4, the reader encounters one of the most challenging passages in all of Scripture to interpret.
Throughout its rich history, Southern Seminary has recognized the growing importance of cultivating a unique political theology for Baptists—one that synthesizes Baptist convictions with their roles as active citizens.
Your time in seminary will affect your practice of prayer.
As a new semester begins at Bible colleges and seminaries, many students look forward to taking their first preaching course.
Tyler Flatt discusses how to get more out of reading.
If you’ve taken Personal Spiritual Disciplines with me, you can probably guess much of what you are about to read here—or at least I hope you can. But even if you have taken the class, I hope you’ll find these brief reminders helpful.