55 Interviews: Theology Refresh
Kent Hughes discussed Christian generosity
Jared Wilson on the subtle danger of ministry idolatry
Michael Horton discusses the stunning doctrine of glorification.
Ed Uszynski discusses the peril and potential of youth athletics.
Sinclair Ferguson on the mysterious third person of the Trinity.
Paul Tripp talks frankly about the vital discipline of preaching the gospel to ourselves.
Randy Alcorn discusses going deep with God during seasons of depression.
Lyle Dorsett discusses the tragic loss of his daughter.
Jason Meyer on what makes pastoral preaching distinctive.
Joe Rigney exposes the pervasive, but often hidden, sin of envy.
Sam Crabtree commends the joy of commending others.
Mack Stiles talks evangelism.
Josh Cousineau discusses missional communities in church planting.
Miles Van Pelt shares about a simple model of church planting.
Joe Rigney welcomes us into Narnia, the imaginary world of C.S. Lewis.
Zane Pratt tells us about the basics of Islam.
Tullian Tchividjian addresses the new birth.
Matt Reagan discusses breaking down the sacred and secular divide.
Joel Beeke provides a primer on the Puritans.
Tope Koleoso talks about spiritual warfare and how to engage.
Ann Voskamp talks about Christian gratitude.
Danny Ovalle on rationale and practice of bi-vocational ministry
Jerry Bridges talks about two stages of disciplemaking
Kevin DeYoung addresses biblical eldership
Jarvis Williams explains the doctrine of penal substitutionary atonement
Ed Welch gives the essence of biblical counseling in 10 minutes
Russell Moore introduces Christian ethics.
Sam Storms discusses the New Testament teaching on spiritual gifts.
John Piper talks about God’s God-centeredness
Jerry Bridges talks about the Christian spiritual disciplines, or means of grace.
Don Carson talks about the centrally important doctrine of the incarnation.
Gregg Allison helps us think about the doctrine of the church.
Erik Thoennes talks about the Christian and sport, play, and athletics.
Kevin DeYoung helps Christian leaders sharpen their thinking on the doctrine of Scripture.
David Platt highlights five truths essential to how we understand suffering.
Tony Reinke discusses the importance of reading in the Christian life.
Patrick Lai discusses the doctrine of vocation.
Sam Storms discusses different views on eschatology.
Ed Stetzer discusses the reality of spiritual warfare and encourages pastors not to dismiss the battle that is going on around us.
Darrin Patrick discusses the doctrine of biblical complementarity and encourages men that we're not trying to replicate Adam, rather we're to be like Jesus.
Don Carson explains why you can't speak of God's wrath the same way you speak of his love.
Russell Moore discusses the doctrine of the person of Christ: fully God, fully man, one person with two natures.
Ray Ortlund discusses the doctrine of union with Christ — a doctrine that changes everything in how conceive ourselves and minister to others.
Justin Taylor discusses the sanctity of human life and why pastors cannot ignore this important doctrine.
Jared Wilson discusses the doctrine of the Trinity and what it means for how Christians do everyday life.
John Piper tackles the question, "Is it hero worship or holy emulation?" and discusses how he has thought through the subject of celebrity status and pastoral ministry.
David Platt discusses the priority of God's word as we approach the doctrine of hell and faithfully serve the gospel in light of its reality.
Paul Miller discusses the importance of prayer in the life of the pastor. He explains that we pray not out of discipline, but out of desperation.
Jerry Rankin discusses unreached and unengaged peoples, the dynamics of mission strategy, and international church planting.
Kevin DeYoung discusses the role of the Holy Spirit in our understanding of the Bible and our assurance of salvation.
John Piper discusses the gospel and sanctification, including the practical dynamics of how faith in the gospel relates to faith in God's future grace.
John Piper discusses the differences between the doctrines of sanctification and justification.
Francis Chan discusses the sovereignty of God, highlighting some important biblical texts and commenting on its practical impact.