CBMW’s “Go Big” Campaign Moves Ahead: Interview with Greg Gilbert

This week at CBMW we had the privilege of interviewing Greg Gilbert, a Louisville pastor who participated in a very well-received Together for the Gospel/CBMW panel in 2012. We’re running these interviews to introduce the next generation of complementarian leaders. We also want to show that many stand with CBMW as we pursue our $30,000 “GO BIG!” [Read More...]

Ed Stetzer on DeYoung/Gilbert: Are Pastors Qualified to Speak on Theology of Mission?

The pastor-theologian is a subject of great interest to me, as my introduction to the book The Pastor as Scholar, the Scholar as Pastor: Reflections on Life and Ministry (Crossway, 2011) by John Piper and D. A. Carson  shows.  Because of this, my ears perked when, in the recent debate over the mission of the [Read More...]

What Is the Gospel, and Why Care?

Greg Gilbert’s brand-new What Is the Gospel? (Crossway–IXMarks, 2010) is dynamite.  Pick this book up to remind yourself of the essential of the essentials.  A short (127pp), small, readable, punchy text, What Is the Gospel? dispels the cloudiness surrounding the exact character of the gospel today.  Pastors, disciplers, Bible study leaders, and many others would [Read More...]

Deep Church Shallow: Greg Gilbert’s 9Marks Review

The new 9Marks eJournal just arrived, and it’s on–take a deep breath here–church discipline.  I know, right–why don’t they settle down and pick a single issue to focus on already?  Good grief. I’m just kidding.  In actuality, the new issue looks typically helpful.  Some of you will know that I have a particular affection for [Read More...]

Mark Dever Pastored a Multi-Site Church: The New 9Marks eJournal on Multi-Site Churches

The May-June version of the 9Marks eJournal is here, and it is, as usual, terrific.  Kudos to editor Jonathan Leeman.  Here’s the PDF with clickable links.  This issue centers on the multi-site church and includes numerous articles evaluating it from a variety of angles.  This is perhaps the biggest question today for many evangelicals regarding polity, [Read More...]


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