The primary value of historical arguments is that they cause us to consider the gospel more carefully.
The sight of Christ’s glory is the ground of—not the equivalent to—faith.
How did John Piper come to appreciate the life and work of Edwards?
What characteristics ought to mark the life of a Christian sojourner?
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- By This Time You Ought to Be Teachers (Sermons)
- The Deep Riches and Wisdom and Knowledge of God (Sermons)
- All Things Are from God, Through God, and to God. The Glory Is All His (Sermons)
- It's My Pleasure! (Sermons)
- The Blazing Center, Part 6 (Conference Messages)