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A Word-Centered Culture Instead of a Man-Centered Culture

The danger is that we will become man-centered instead of Word-centered, so that we prize the preacher more than what is preached.

Expository preaching and the recovery of Christian worship

The church will not be judged by the Lord for the quality of her music but for the faithfulness of her preaching.

Expositores Summit 2013: Sesión General 4

Available in English here.

Si vivimos o morimos

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Resolute in a Gender-Confused Culture

Our society is confused about gender and sexuality because it has forgotten what it means to be created in the image of God as male and female.

The Recovery of True Worship

Worship is the purpose for which we were made — and only the redeemed can worship the Father in spirit and in truth.

Don’t Just Do Something: Stand There

The 1993 Convocation Address delivered by R. Albert Mohler, Jr, President The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Preach Christ from the Gospels

In the gospels, the biblical storyline moves from the Old Testament promise of a messianic kingdom to the presence of the messianic King

Why “love your neighbor” requires more than preaching the gospel

Evangelicals tend to only follow the spiritual aspect of Jesus’s mission, but this falls short of obeying the Lord’s command.

Why the Gospels are the center of the Bible (and your life)

Consider anew the beauty, power and wonder that the four Gospels give to us.

Marriage, Celibacy, and the Hierarchy of Merit in the Jovinian Controversy

Though some maintained the importance of marriage, others taught the need to abstain from sex in order to pursue more spiritual or philosophical endeavors.

Baptist Marriage in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Talking, Thinking, and Truth

One of the most important gifts of the Reformation to the various traditions that stem from that era was the concept of Christian marriage as a vocation and the fact that there is no intrinsic value in a celibate life (2)

Volume 3, Issue 1: Marriage and Children

Raising Children, the Christian Way

Three texts in the Christian Scriptures are particularly significant for the topic of raising and rearing children: Deuteronomy 6:4-9, Proverbs, and Ephesians 6:1-4.