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Speaker Panel

John Piper, Nancy Guthrie, Greg Lucas, and Mark Talbot

Hope for Chronic Suffering

Mark Talbot
If I were asked to put my finger on Scripture’s most poignant passage about chronic suffering, near the very top of my list would be Psalm 88. The psalms have been called “the prayer book of the Bible.” And, indeed…
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Remember to Breathe

Mark Talbot
One of the worst aspects of suffering is the way it tends to isolate. When great storms of suffering overtake us, our sense of loneliness can become overwhelming. As the clouds close in, we may lose sight of everything but…
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The Servetus Affair

The Servetus Affair

Mark Talbot
This article appears as an appendix in With Calvin in the Theater of God: The Glory of Christ and Everyday Life. The following excludes extensive footnotes and citations found in the appendix. “For many,” Bruce Gordon opens his chapter…
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The Broken Stage in the Theater of God

Mark Talbot
In this message, Mark Talbot discusses how God can be tempering everything in the best way and yet still allow sin and suffering.
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Panel Discussion

John Piper, Julius Kim, David Mathis, Marvin Olasky, Sam Storms, Mark Talbot, and Douglas Wilson
Here's an overview of the questions and conversation. Listen to the audio for the answers. 1. Mark, we'd like to give you a chance to talk about Servetus with us. Sam Storms: We're assuming that everyone knows about Servetus. Maybe…
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All the Good That Is Ours in Christ: Seeing God's Gracious Hand in the Hurts Others Do to Us

Mark Talbot
“Never shall I forget those moments that murdered my God and my soul and turned my dreams to ashes.” Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel wrote these words in light of his horrific experience at Auschwitz. He questioned where God was during his unjust suffering. Many of us wonder the same.
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Godly Emotions

Mark Talbot
One sign of true conversion is a continual pleasure for God.
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