The Happiest Saints in History
Augustine, Calvin, Edwards, and You
Oct 21, 2019
The story of the saints down through history is a story of joy and glory — of joy lost and found, of glory smothered and shining.
Suffering Taught Him to Look to Christ
Charles Spurgeon (1834–1892)
Oct 19, 2018
As a young man, Charles Spurgeon heard a poor preacher tell him, “Look to Christ!” He did, and then spent the rest of his life telling others to do the same.
Faith That Changed the Culture
How Luther Inspired Music, Charity, and Abolition
Sep 28, 2017
The Reformation was never about theology alone. It was about a view of God and the world that changes everything.
500 Years of Reformation
Jun 20, 2017
An inspiring evangelistic resource telling the story of the gospel-powered Reformation that changed the world.
Augustine, Pelagius, and the Pursuit of Pleasure
After the apostles, St. Augustine may be the most influential Christian in history. At the core of his theology was that God cannot be glorified unless our hearts enjoy him.
The Chief End of Man and Secret to Happiness
In retrieving the doctrine of justification by faith, the Protestant Reformers retrieved man’s hope for happiness and the full display of God’s glory in saving sinners.
Happy Sinners in the Hands of a Holy God
Joy and glory are at the heart of the divide between conservative and liberal theology. If God is put first, his glory shines, and the saints are filled with joy. If man is put first, we lose both.
The First Followers and the Fight for Jesus
The dominating issue of the early church revolved around the question, “Who exactly is Jesus?” The orthodox church had to fight to show that Jesus is truly God and truly man.
How Do I Delight Myself in the Trinity?
Jun 21, 2016
Tony Reinke interviews Michael Reeves on delighting in the Trinity.
Our Triune God Among the False gods
Jun 20, 2016
Tony Reinke interviews guest Michael Reeves on the Trinity.
Mar 4, 2016
The glory of God is shining through the Bible. British scholar Michael Reeves sat down with Piper to wrestle with ‘A Peculiar Glory,’ including some key objections.
Christian Life as Union with Christ
Jul 11, 2014
Union with Christ is not a side benefit of the Christian life — it defines it.
How Do I Pursue Joy in Christ?
Jul 10, 2014
“We were created to share the Father’s sweet pleasure in his Son.” But how do we pursue that goal? Michael Reeves offers practical advice to help.
Why Do Catholics Pray to Mary?
Jul 9, 2014
Historian Michael Reeves explores the Catholic tradition of praying to Mary, and encourages Christians toward Jesus, our great high priest.
Robust Theology Fuels Ambitious Evangelism
Jul 8, 2014
Armed with the life of John Calvin, Dr. Michael Reeves shows how sound doctrine produces driven saints.
The Transforming Power of Christ’s Glory
Jul 7, 2014
Doubt pursued the Puritan Thomas Goodwin for seven years until he finally understood Christ’s work. Then, his whole life changed.
Why the Good News Turns Bad Without Adam
Jan 26, 2013
Picture the scene: George Whitefield has just been preaching. Everywhere, eyes are shining and people are talking of the wonderful grace of Christ. Thousands of hearts have been overthrown and melted; lives have been remade. Now, if the church gives…
Delighting in the Trinity: An Interview with Michael Reeves
Authors on the Line
Oct 23, 2012
In this second episode of the Authors on the Line podcast I talk with author, theologian, and historian Michael Reeves about his new book Delighting in the Trinity (IVP, 2012). We discuss the nature of God in three persons, why…
The Spreading Goodness
Oct 3, 2012
The Father is the lover, the Son is the beloved. The Bible is awash with talk of the Father’s love for the Son, but while the Son clearly does love the Father, hardly anything is said about it. The Father’s…