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Book of Hebrews Resources

Here are some of the resources that I have found most useful for sermon preparation for preaching through the book of Hebrews. Below is a list of the sermons, articles, commentaries and other theological volumes from which I've most benefited: SERMONS (Audio) William Still Hebrews Sermon Series Martyn Lloyd-Jones Hebrews Sermon Series Eric Alexander Hebrews Sermon Serie...

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Jonathan Edwards on Christ and the Song of Songs

While preparing a lecture on "Jonathan Edwards' Christology of the Song of Songs" for the Jonathan Edwards for the Church Conference, I happened across a fascinating historical and theological discovery. Having begun his Notes on Scripture very early in his ministry (1724),  Edwards wrote the final entry #507 in 1756--just two years before he died. This entry is a com...

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Sinclair Ferguson, William Still and Eric Alexander Crieff Fellowship Lectures (1979-2007)

My introduction to Sinclair Ferguson led, in turn, to my grateful discovery of William Still and Eric Alexander. I can honestly say that having listening to and read everything I could find by these men for well over a decade now, I have not been influenced more by any three preachers and theologians in the 20th Century. William Still, who is responsible for mentoring sev...

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Jesus on the Inerrancy and infallibility of Scripture

In his chapter, "The Attestation of Scripture," in the  The Infallible Word, the late professor John Murray made one of the most profound and significant observations about the inerrancy and infallibility of the Old Testament from Jesus' use of one single word out of Psalm 82. In his disputation with the Jews, Jesus proved and defended the truth of His own Deity (which ...

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5 Reasons to Join (or Not Join) a Church Plant

The books and blog posts which have been written for church planters today are legion. You can scarcely visit a Christian blog or website without stumbling upon someone's thoughts about church planting--its dynamics, difficulties, benefits and/or pitfalls. When we moved to Savannah, GA in 2009 to plant New Covenant Presbyterian Church, I tried to gather as many resources a...

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