Communion Controversy

February 10, 2016
The Lord's Supper has been the subject of much controversy over the centuries. Even in the pages of the New Testament, the Lord's Supper generated dispute. The Apostle Paul, in his first letter to the church at Corinth, reminded the Corinthians of how they should be practicing this sacrament, which comes to us directly from

Know a Good River?

February 3, 2016
People often ask, "Have you read any good books lately?" I have another question for you: "Do you know a good river?" I was thinking of this question from Langston Hughes, the African-American poet. He lived from 1902 to 1967. When he was seventeen years old, he went on a trip across the Mississippi River.

Deserted Island Top 5: John MacArthur

January 27, 2016
Stephen Nichols: Today, we are returning to our deserted island, and we have a very special guest with us. Our guest today is Dr. John MacArthur. Dr. MacArthur, welcome. John MacArthur: Thank you so much. It's great to be here. SN: This is an interesting deserted island. It's a very theologically rich deserted island. Someone has left

The Council of Trent

January 20, 2016
The Council of Trent was the Roman Catholic Church's answer to the Reformation. It met for three working periods over eighteen years, from 1545 to 1563, with a ten-year hiatus in the middle. The rulings that the Council of Trent handed down are crucial—not only for understanding the Roman Catholic Church, but also because they
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