Modern Challenges to the Doctrine of Justification


Common Problems In Modern Preaching


Building Old School Churches

Since my conversion in 1993, I’ve listened to a lot of sermons, ancient and modern, reformed and non-reformed, and I’ve noticed that every age in the church has had its own persistent problems in preaching – for instance ancient sermons commonly suffered from the spiritualizing of the meaning of every text, so that in every sermon a fish was never a fish, the moon was never the moon, a child was never a child, and so on. Puritan sermons, on the other hand commonly suffer from the over-reliance on the Ramist method and an overabundance of points and sub-points.

Modern preaching has its own problems, and while there are some commonalities, there are differences between the problems you are likely to see in reformed and non-reformed preaching. Here then are my observations on the common problems in both camps, I should stress this is just my opinion and is not…

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Lecture: Where did all these Calvinists come from? – Mark Dever


The link below is to a lecture on the rise of Calvinism in the modern era, particularly in the USA.

For more visit:
http://www.capitolhillbaptist.org/audio/2013/10/where-did-all-these-calvinists-come-from/