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Interviews

Author Interview: Donald S. Whitney on “How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian?”

Donald S. Whitney discusses his book “How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian?” and the satisfying certainty of eternal life

Author Interview: R. Albert Mohler Jr. on “The Apostles’ Creed”

R. Albert Mohler Jr. discusses his new book “The Apostles’ Creed” on discovering authentic Christianity in an age of counterfeits

Author Interview: Timothy Paul Jones & Michael Wilder, “The God Who Goes Before You”

Timothy Paul Jones & Michael Wilder converse about their new upcoming book, “The God Who Goes Before You”.

Author Interview: Thomas R. Schreiner on 1 Corinthians

Thomas R. Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, sat down with Andrew Smith to talk about the scholar’s new commentary on 1 Corinthians.

Leadership in Community

jones and wilder discuss how to lead gently

Three Questions with Matt Papa

We need to remember our propensities, and graciously defer to and learn from others.

Three Questions with Alistair Begg

Freedom of delivery in the pulpit depends upon careful organization in the study.

What should we do about spiritual gifts?

Thomas R. Schreiner discusses his new book on the topic.

The gospel in color: how to teach your kids

Jarvis Williams and Curtis Woods discuss their new book ‘the gospel in color.’

Gratitude is a ‘deeply theological issue’

EDITOR’S NOTE: In her debut book, Mary Mohler, the first lady of Southern Seminary, encourages readers to pursue gratitude and offers strategies for how to grow in it. Towers contributor Annie Corser sat down with Mohler in her home to talk about the book, Growing in Gratitude. AC: How important is it to know Scripture…

‘Revolutionary words’: how The Lord’s Prayer changes everything

EDITOR’S NOTE: Below, R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Seminary, talks with Towers editor Andrew J.W. Smith about his new book, The Prayer That Turns the World Upside Down. AJWS: Why write a book on prayer now? Was there a motivating factor? RAM: There’s a motivating factor deeply rooted in history. There has been…

3 Questions with Travis Cottrell

Travis Cottrell Contemporary Christian music artist and worship leader What hymn has most influenced you both personally and in ministry? This is too hard of a question! Different hymns have come to mean different things to me in various seasons of life. Looking back, one that constantly pops back up as being important to me…

The contextualized church: The benefits of a multichurch model

Allison discusses his new book on multisite and multichurch models.

3 Questions with Mike Cosper

Mike Cosper Executive Director of Harbor Media How can the church create a more conducive environment for serious artists, musicians, and writers? The church should take its own aesthetics more seriously. Invest budget dollars into your music ministry and the aesthetics of the church. Celebrate those who serve. And guard the platform. By that I…

Making the truth plain: Authors discuss new book about expository preaching

EDITOR’S NOTE: Below, Brian K. Payne, associate professor of Christian theology and expository preaching at Boyce College and pastor of First Baptist Church of Fisherville, Kentucky, Jim Orrick, professor of literature and culture at Boyce College, and Ryan Fullerton, lead pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky, talk with Towers writer RuthAnne Irvin about…

‘We’re going into battle’

Spiritual Warfare and Pastoral Ministry

3 Questions with Karen Swallow Prior

Karen Swallow Prior Professor of English at Liberty University How do you uphold a biblical view of gender roles while also promoting the importance of women faithfully serving in the public square? The distinctions in gender roles prescribed by both special revelation (Scripture) and natural revelation (biology) are pretty few relative to all that all…

3 Questions with Rod Dreher

Rod Dreher Author of The Benedict Option and senior editor at The American Conservative What is one argument you make in The Benedict Option that has been broadly misunderstood or misrepresented in media coverage? Oh, this one is as easy as it is frustrating: People thinking that I’m calling for Christians to head for the…