15th Most Read Post – Massive Collection of mp3 Messages Made Free

No. 15 on the list of most-read posts on this blog appeared on August 22, 2007, and announced a major gift from Sovereign Grace Ministries to the global Church. Their vast collection of audio messages are now available online for free. If you have not already taken time to explore this treasure trove, shame on you! In order to encourage you to check out this fantastic collection, the post is reprinted here in its entirety: Carolyn McCulley just alerted us to the fact that the entire collection … [Read more...]

16th Most Read Post – Who Are Your Favorite Well-Known Living Preachers?

No. 16 on the list of most-read posts on this blog appeared on July 20, 2005. In this post I simply asked my readers to identify their favorite preachers, and I listed my own personal favorites. I have retained all of the comments from this post and have now added them to the end. To see my list and some of my readers' lists, click here.If you are interested in letting me know who are YOUR favorite well-known living preachers, please e-mail adrian.warnock@gmail.com and place BLOG PREACHERS … [Read more...]

17th Most Read Post – Interview with Dr. Sam Storms

No. 17 on the list of the most-read posts on this blog appeared on April 12, 2006, and was my interview with Dr. Sam Storms. Sam is a well-known Calvinistic charismatic speaker. He writes popular books which express a very similar theology to that of John Piper in an accessible way. His latest book, Signs of the Spirit, is an interpretation of Jonathan Edwards' Religious Affections, and another book, scheduled to be released by Crossway in February, is entitled "The Hope of Glory—100 Daily M … [Read more...]

18th Most Read Post – Kim Riddlebarger Contradicts John MacArthur

No. 18 on the list of most-read posts on this blog appeared on August 27, 2007. At the Shepherd's Conference earlier last year, John MacArthur underestimated the likely fury of non-dispensational Calvinists at being told they weren't "really reformed." This post was an extract from Kim Riddlebarger's response, which was written several months later. Its popularity proves either that people are still interested in eschatology or that MacArthur bating should become the next Olympic sport. I am … [Read more...]

19th Most Read Post – Adrian Interviews Justin Taylor

No. 19 on the list of the most widely read posts on this blog appeared on January 17, 2006, and was a lengthy chat I had with Justin Taylor. Few editors are as well-known as Justin. He has expertise in editing others' writings, highlighting interesting posts around the blogosphere, and creating his own work. He is now an integral part of the Crossway Books team. He is also someone I am pleased to be able to call a friend. AdrianIt is a real pleasure to be able to welcome to the blog, Justin … [Read more...]

20th Most Read Post – Twelve Literary Features of the Bible

No. 20 on the list of most-read posts on this blog appeared on October 25, 2007, and introduced us to a remarkable new approach to a study Bible, brought to us by Crossway. As of January 2008, I'm still working my way through this Bible, reading it from cover-to-cover. I'm enjoying it very much. Crossway has made the preface of its new ESV Literary Study Bible available online. They have also made the text available for electronic purchase. I am very impressed with the introductions they offer … [Read more...]

21st Most Read Post – Adrian Interviews Mark Dever

No. 21 on the list of most-read posts on this blog appeared on January 30, 2006, and was my first meeting with Mark Dever. Mark is a great man of God, and was very much the initiator of the set of relationships now described as Together for the Gospel. I interviewed him for a second time in a post entitled "Theology for All—An Interview with Mark Dever," and posted notes from a series of talks he gave in London in September of 2007. One of the highlights of the year for me has been meeting Mark D … [Read more...]

22nd Most Read Post – Dr. Albert Mohler: Radio Host and Theologian

No. 22 on the list of most widely-read posts on this blog appeared on November 8, 2006, and was the last segment of my seven-part interview with Dr. Albert Mohler.Dr. Mohler is a phenomenon who, by God's grace, accomplishes more than ten ordinary men could possibly hope to do! It is a real pleasure to welcome to my blog again today, Dr. Albert Mohler. Dr. Mohler should need no introduction to most of my readers, but I include a link to his biography for any who need to know more, as well as a … [Read more...]

23rd Most Read Post – Interview with Wendy Alsup, Deacon at Mars Hill Church

No. 23 on the list of most-read posts on this blog appeared on January 25, 2007, and was the concluding segment of a conversation I had with Wendy Alsup, a deacon at Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Washington. It was very interesting to get the inside story on what it is like to be a female deacon working at Mark Driscoll's church.It is a pleasure to welcome to my blog today, Wendy Alsup, who is a member of Mars Hill Church Seattle—led by Mark Driscoll. Wendy is a mother of two, and Deacon in c … [Read more...]

Blog Tour – Day 4: Tim Challies Answers Questions Concerning Discernment

Although I am on a blog holiday at the moment, it gives me great pleasure to welcome my friend and newly published author, Tim Challies, to the blog for the next portion of his blog tour. Today he will answer a question submitted by another blogger.As I discuss spiritual discernment with other people, one of the questions that always seems to arise is this one:“Isn’t spiritual discernment a gift of the Holy Spirit?”The answer to this one is, “Yes, but . . .” Let me explain.“In 1 Corinthians 12:10 … [Read more...]