A sermon from Joshua 10 on one of the most miraculous days ever recorded, a day that marvelously shows God's sovereignty and sufficiency throughout history.
Perhaps the most sinister issue with modern Christianity is the absence of purity in the pulpit. I'm not talking about the purity of the preacher but the purity of his message. We've forgotten what the pulpit is for and bastardized it with perplexing epigrams and pithy sayings that dilute the message of the gospel.
A sermon from Psalm 78.
A sermon from Joshua 10.
In this episode, I'm thrilled to be joined by fellow Baptist and church historian, Obbie Tyler Todd, to about talk the failures and successes of the Baptist denomination, the pivotal role creeds and confessions have in the church today, and what it means to be a gospel-centered student minister.
The Bible you hold in your hands is as much a History Book as it is a Revelation Book. All the events and stories and people recorded therein are historical, factual, and real. “Scholars” and “experts” like to discount the Bible as nothing more than fiction and fantasy