By Mike Miller on Feb 14, 2019
Our theology of preaching is what we believe the Bible says about preaching. Our philosophy is how we put our beliefs into practice.
By Tim Keller on Nov 18, 2013
Dig deep with this full-length session from The Gospel Coalition's 2013 conference.
By Dr. Stephen Nichols on Feb 4, 2022
One of the most significant questions you’ll ever ask is: By whose, or by what, authority?
By Joe Thorn on Jul 12, 2022
One danger is emotionalism, in which we allow our feelings to interpret our circumstances and form our thoughts about God. This is putting feelings before faith. The other danger is a kind of stoicism, where faith is rooted in theology but void of affection. This tendency removes feelings from faith altogether. While it is true that our emotions should not lead our theology, it is vital to our faith that theology lead to a deep experience of our triune God.
By Dr. Nijay Gupta on Apr 8, 2021
The “missional theology” movement has injected energy and life into the church. Who isn’t inspired when reading Emil Brunner’s famous words, “The church exists by mission as a fire exists by burning”? Missional theology has motivated many Christians and churches to seek out their purpose in God of bearing and embodying the good news of Jesus Christ.
By Kevin Deyoung on May 14, 2020
Kevin DeYoung: "Many churches could stand to think more carefully about their theology of God and country."
By Bernie Van Eyk on Aug 1, 2018
Our preaching is a reflection of our theology. If the Word is theocentric (God-centered), how can our preaching be anything other than theocentric?
By Derek Thomas on Jun 30, 2022
God's sovereignty is a central pillar of Christian belief and the clear teaching of Scripture. But what does it mean?
By Jared Moore on Mar 2, 2019
Don't miss an opportunity to preach the gospel--but don't blow it, either.
By Sermoncentral on Mar 16, 2021
The problem with using analogies to explain the Holy Trinity is that you always end up confessing some ancient heresy.
By Peter Mead on May 9, 2022
Perhaps the hardest thing to know is what you don’t know.
By Marshall Segal on Apr 1, 2022
How do we know when our systems for understanding God have become sick with sin and paradoxically subtle justifications for opposing him?
By Ray Ortlund on Aug 3, 2022
Hard words are not harmful words—when they come from Jesus. The real Jesus loves us enough to accept us freely and confront us honestly.
By Bernie Van Eyk on May 26, 2021
"Therapy has replaced theology in much contemporary preaching. The self has acquired center stage, and God, if He is there at all, has been marginalized."