Q & A with D.A. Carson and Mark Dever (part 1 of 4)

D.A. Carson and Mark Dever in South Africa answering questions (1st Conference, session 1[part 1 of 4]).

I put the time of the question/topic in parenthesis so if you’re listening on a audio program/device that has a timer you can go straight to the question/topic of interest.  I’d like to blog on a few of these in the future (particularly #12 and maybe #6).  This audio was taken from The Gospel Coalition.

To see all of the D.A. Carson audio I collected, go here.

  1. New Perspective on Paul (1:05)
  2. Age divisions in Bible teaching classes (5:52)
  3. Emerging Church Conversation (9:50)
  4. How does the Holy Spirit lead today? (19:30)
  5. Children being in the church meeting (service) with them (24:45)
  6. Different illustrations and categories of hearers and applications in preaching (30:50)
  7. The significance of the same things said of Jesus as the Law (34:12)
  8. How you prevent the ministry keeping you from Jesus (36:50)
  9. Mark Dever’s method of sermon preparation (37:50)
  10. The trinity situation while Jesus was on earth (40:57)
  11. Is it ok to package the point of a Scripture passage in ways that they can understand? (51:17)
  12. Question and answer session right after a sermon (51:41)
  13. View of Bible translations for expository preaching (55:12)
  14. How does a church install new elders when they haven’t had any? (1:07:08)
  15. What does the word “world” mean in John 3:16 (1:1155)
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About pjtibayan

I love Jesus Christ and live to share life and share Jesus together with First Southern Baptist Church of Bellflower primarily to Southeast Los Angeles County.
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One Response to Q & A with D.A. Carson and Mark Dever (part 1 of 4)

  1. andrew says:

    nice collection. thanks.

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