5 Minutes in Church History: The Ten Theses of Berne

The city of Berne is in northern Germany, toward the west, not too far from the border with the Netherlands. In 1520, Berchtold Haller came to the church at St. Vincent in the city. Haller had been influenced by Philip Melanchthon and Huldrych Zwingli. Later, especially after 1521, Haller and Zwingli would correspond often and would consider themselves allies. Haller was interested in Reformation ideas and was leaning toward the Reformation, but the city was not. In 1523, the city… Read more

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Dr. Craig Visits an Amazing Laboratory!

Dr. Craig tours the labs of one of the most important chemists in the world! What did he discover?

KEVIN HARRIS: Professor James M. Tour is one of the ten most cited chemists in the world. Dr. Craig, you and Jan had a chance to spend some time with him. DR. WILLIAM LANE CRAIG: We did! KEVIN HARRIS: Let’s talk about some of the interesting work that he does. Then we are going to get into an article written about… Read more

White Horse Inn: From Doctrine to Doxology

Everyone has an intricate belief system that takes some kind of faith and leads us to worship. Each belief system, whether secular or religious, is rooted in some kind of narrative or story that ends up forming a person’s core values, goals, and habits. As we have seen in previous episodes, all of these things are bound together. The same is true with the Christian story and how we relate the drama to the doctrines and worship we derive… Read more

Breakpoint: Faith in the People? (REPUBLICS, DEMOCRACIES, AND GOD)

Will we make it as a nation? That depends on where we put our trust. And lately, it’s been pointed in the wrong direction.

Like many of you, I watched the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. And like many of you, there was much I appreciated in the ceremonies and also things that concerned me. But what really caught my attention were the remarks of New Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. After painting… Read more

Ask Pastor John: What If I Ruin My Kids?

Welcome back to the Ask Pastor John podcast with John Piper. We begin a new week with a question from a young woman named Kate. “Dear Pastor John, thank you so much for all that your ministry has done for my faith and relationship with God. I can’t fully express how much your words have changed my walk with Christ forever. I was very encouraged by your words in episode 908 about fatherhood, directed to the husband of a wife… Read more

First Liberty Briefing: A Peak Behind the First Liberty Briefing

Many of the stories you hear on the First Liberty Briefing come from the cases we are working on at First Liberty Institute. Others are drawn from the body of cases that we use to ply our religious liberty trade. But, many of the stories that we tell are drawn from Undeniable, our annual survey on religious hostility in America. Thank you for joining us for the First Liberty Briefing, an exclusive podcast where host Jeremy Dys—also First Liberty Senior… Read more

WWUTT: Franklin Graham Said Rain is a Sign of God’s Blessing on President Trump?

“Mr. President, in the Bible, rain is a sign of God’s blessing; and it started to rain, Mr. President, when you came to the platform.” – Franklin Graham at the Inauguration of President Donald J. Trump, January 20, 2017 Well in Genesis 7, rain was a sign of judgment when God flooded the earth and destroyed millions of people in their wickedness. I will send rain on the earth forty days and forty nights, and every living thing I have… Read more

The Briefing: How Should Christians Think About President Trump’s Executive Order on Refugees?

I’m Albert Mohler and this is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview. HOW SHOULD CHRISTIANS THINK BIBLICALLY ABOUT PRESIDENT TRUMP’S LATEST EXECUTIVE ORDER ON REFUGEES?

The nation’s policies on immigration and refugees were very much in question when the President of the United States last Friday signed executive orders changing the American policies on both of these crucial issues. Both of them, of course, not only highly charged, but highly controversial. When he was… Read more

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Dr. Craig’s Newest Book, “God Over All”

Knowing about abstract objects is not only fascinating but crucial in understanding much of theology. Dr. Craig discusses what’s in his new book.

KEVIN HARRIS: I love the smell of a new car and the smell of a new book. Bill, you’ve got one: God Over All. DR. WILLIAM LANE CRAIG: Which is not a car! KEVIN HARRIS: It is not a car; it is a book. It is from Oxford Press. It is hot off the press, as well…. Read more

Jesus in HD 189: Blessed Assurance, Jesus is Mine (and ALWAYS will be!)

Get yourself ready for a massive dose of encouragement. As you are about to hear in this PODCAST, it’s amazing to me how a couple of significant storylines are coming full circle with Jesus’ words in John 15. Specifically, last week we saw how Jesus’ assertion, “I am the vine,” is the final of Jesus’ seven “I Am” statements recorded in the Gospel of John. Now, for this discussion, here’s a Bible Trivia Question for you: What was the very… Read more