2 Corinthians 5:16-6:13 — God Is Not a Beggar? Why Your Ministry Must Become More Pathetic Before It Can Be Less Pathetic

2 Corinthians 5:16-6:13 — God Is Not a Beggar? Why Your Ministry Must Become More Pathetic Before It Can Be Less Pathetic

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Acts 3:1-26 — Uncrippled and Uncrucified: Why You Don't Want What You Want to Want

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Uncrippled and Uncrucified: Why You Don’t Want What You Want to Want (Acts 3:1-26) from Russell Moore on Vimeo. This sermon, “Uncrippled and Uncrucified: Why You Don’t Want What You Want to Want” (Acts 3:1-26), was originally preached on Sunday, August 23, 2009 at Highview Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky. You can find more sermons and other audio from Dr. Moore here.

"Mars Hill Conversations" on Adoption

Get the Flash Player to see this content. Nearly a year ago David Prince sat down with Russell Moore and Randy Stinson to talk about adoption, the Great Commission, and the local church. The video of that conversation can be viewed above.

Creation or Gospel First?

I’m getting ready for tomorrow’s second class meeting in Theology II here at Southern Seminary, and here’s what I’d like my students to be thinking about the night before. You meet a completely secular (inasmuch as that’s possible, of course) man in your community. He grew up with atheist parents, and has never really known anything about Christianity. As you talk with him about Jesus, where are you going to

The End of Secularism

Hunter Baker is one of the sharpest thinkers in contemporary American Christianity. His new book, The End of Secularism, will provoke the same kind of conversation ignited by Richard John Neuhaus’s The Naked Public Square several years ago. You’ll want to get this volume. Read this book slowly, with a highlighter and a pen in hand, as you think alongside Hunter about questions ranging from whether the Ten Commandments ought