Seven Links (v. 1)

Fred Luter – The next president of the Southern Baptist Convention is profiled in the L.A. Times. He is the first African American SBC president if elected.

John MacArthur Interviewed – He gives a good summary at the end of the important doctrines that are essential in cooperation when asked about his partnership with R. C. Sproul.

Tim Keller’s 10 tips for evangelism – There are things I’d like to add, so I may blog on it, but it’s worth a look now.

D. A. Carson on Manhood and Womanhood – These are recordings from the 2012 Theology Conference of the Evangelical Free Church of America.

How to be political but not partisan – This is important for Christians who should be involved as good citizens in the U.S. without being naive or duped.

How to Listen to a Sermon – Phil Ryken is helpful here. Every Christian should think about this at least every 3 months of the year to make sure they are maximizing their reception of the Sunday preaching in their churches.

Teaching Preaching – I may blog about this in the future. I’ve given some thought to how to develop preachers at CrossView, but I haven’t found a good system yet. This article is helpful in provoking ideas with its concrete example.

Book recommendation: The Meaning of Marriage by Tim Keller. It’s one of the best books on the topic I’ve read, certainly top 3.


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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