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The Father’s Love

Enjoy this brief excerpt from John Murray’s sermon on Romans 8:32. Preorder O Death, Where Is Thy Sting? today to read more from the first full collection of Professor Murray’s sermons and prayers. *     *  ...

byJohn Murray   Text

Why Believe in God Despite Evil in the World?

How can you believe in the God of Scripture when there is so much evil in the world? Watch this session from Zondervan’s new video study “Know Why You Believe” featuring...

by Scott Oliphint  |  23 min Video

Sermons & Prayers

On November 27th, the Westminster Bookstore will release the first full collection of sermons and prayers by John Murray, entitled O Death, Where Is Thy Sting? Enjoy the original audio for the last five chapters below.  

byJohn Murray  |  265 min Audio

Hope for the Afflicted & Confused

Enjoy this brief excerpt from John Murray’s sermon on Lamentations 3:21. Preorder O Death, Where Is Thy Sting? today to read more from the first full collection of Professor Murray’s sermons and prayers. *     *  ...

byJohn Murray   Text

What Is the Relationship Between the Cultural Mandate and the Great Commission?

Watch Dr. Greg Beale connect the Cultural Mandate (Gen 1) and the Great Commission (Matt 28) with the aim of developing a deeply rooted understanding of evangelism and missiology. Originally produced by...

by Gregory Beale  |  2 min Video

Did the Reformation Ruin Everything?

Was the Reformation a good thing, or is it the root of all ills? Listen to this recent interview with Dr. Carl Trueman about the impact and consequences of the Reformation. Originally produced...

by Carl Trueman  |  47 min Audio

What Is the Gospel?

Watch Dr. Lane Tipton offer a detailed answer to the question “what is the gospel?” More resources featuring Dr. Tipton can be found at Reformed Forum. ...

by Lane Tipton  |  5 min Video

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Which Henry Caused the Reformation?

Almost from the moment Luther called for a debate on the practice of indulgences, the Reformation has been subject to two types of powerful and antithetical narratives. There are the triumphalists who see Luther as one of the truly...

by Carl Trueman   Text