The Gospel Coalition will be simulcasted live—including the two concerts.  The video and audio will all appear on this page.

Here is the schedule below. All times are Central time zone.

Tuesday, April 12

2 PM R. Albert Mohler Jr. Studying the Scriptures and Finding Jesus (John 5:31-47)
4 PM Tim Keller Getting Out (Exodus 14)
5:30 PM White Horse Inn Live Recording: The Great Commission and the Great Commandment
7 PM Alistair Begg From a Foreigner to King Jesus (Ruth)
8 PM Tim Keller, John Piper, Crawford Loritts, Don Carson, Bryan Chapell Preaching from the Old Testament
9 PM Hymn Sing Sing Them Again: An Evening of Old and New Hymns

Wednesday, April 13


9:30 AM James MacDonald Not According to Our Sins (Psalm 25)
12:30 PM Matt Chandler, Kevin DeYoung, Trevin Wax, Jonathan Leeman Gospel, Mission, and the Church
7 PM Conrad Mbewe The Righteous Branch (Jeremiah 23:1-8)
8 PM Matt Chandler Youth (Ecclesiastes 11:7-12:14)
9 PM Keith and Kristyn Getty Concert

Thursday, April 14


7:30 AM Don Carson, Tim Keller, Crawford Loritts, Kevin DeYoung, and Stephen Um God: Abounding in Love, Punishing the Guilty
9:30 AM Mike Bullmore God’s Great Heart of Love Toward His Own (Zephaniah)
11 AM D. A. Carson Getting Excited about Melchizedek (Psalm 110)


[HT: Justin Taylor]


So if you’re going to cozy up in your home bracing for Hurricane Earl, let me recommend that you check out the latest 9Marks eJournal on the difficult and sobering doctrine of Hell.  It looks at it from a number of different angles (pastorally, theologically, exegetically).  Below are some of the contents that you’d find in the eJournal, Hell: Remembering the Awful Reality.

9Marks eJournal – Sept/Oct

Pastoral Perspectives on Hell

Mark Dever, Pastoral Fearmongering, Manipulation, and Hell

Our culture sneers at fear, as if there really is nothing to fear but fear itself. Yet Jesus told people to fear hell, and pastors today should do the same.

Kevin DeYoung, There’s Something Worse than Death
The doctrine of hell is ballast for our ministries, which will help us sail straight toward our most urgent task: proclaiming the gospel.

Sinclair Ferguson, What Then Shall We Preach on Hell?

Hell is an awful and overwhelming reality. Yet where Scripture speaks, pastors must not be silent. Here’s some practical help for this demanding calling.

Hell in Biblical and Theological Perspective

Greg Gilbert, Why Hell Is Integral to the Gospel

Some think that by minimizing or ignoring hell, they are making God more glorious and more loving. Far from it! The horror of what we have been saved from only intensifies the glory and wonder of our salvation.

Andrew David Naselli, Hellfire and Brimstone: Interpreting the New Testament’s Descriptions of Hell

The New Testament graphically and horrifically describes hell, which raises a thorny question: how should we interpret those dreadful images?

James M. Hamilton Jr., How Does Hell Glorify God?

Hell glorifies God by vindicating his holiness and faithfulness to his word, demonstrating his infinite worth, and magnifying his mercy and love toward the redeemed.

Gavin Ortlund, An Annotated Bibliography on Hell

This article contains brief reviews of seven key books on hell.

D.A. Carson has written a book called The God Who Is There: Finding Your Place in God’s Story.  It looks like an excellent book for small groups or to give to someone you are developing a relationship with to share the gospel (there is a corresponding leader’s guide as well).  The book comes from a 14-part seminar so aptly entitled “The God Who Is There” which took place at Bethlehem Baptist Church’s North Campus in Minneapolis.  The series will serve the church well because it simultaneously evangelizes non-Christians and edifies Christians by explaining the Bible’s storyline in a non-reductionistic way.  It’s one thing to know the Bible’s storyline, but it’s another to know one’s role in God’s ongoing story of redemption.  The God Who Is There engages people at the worldview-level.

What is really exciting is the fact that you can listen now to MP3s (full) of each seminar, as well as sample a video (10-minute previews) of the seminar.  There is supposed to be a DVD small group / class series coming out soon.

  1. The God Who Made Everything | MP3 | Video Preview
  2. The God Who Does Not Wipe Out Rebels | MP3 | Video Preview
  3. The God Who Writes His Own Agreements | MP3 | Video Preview
  4. The God Who Legislates | MP3 | Video Preview
  5. The God Who Reigns | MP3 | Video Preview
  6. The God Who Is Unfathomably Wise | MP3 | Video Preview
  7. The God Who Becomes a Human Being | MP3 | Video Preview
  8. The God Who Grants New Birth | MP3 | Video Preview
  9. The God Who Loves | MP3 | Video Preview
  10. The God Who Dies—and Lives Again | MP3 | Video Preview
  11. The God Who Declares the Guilty Just | MP3 | Video Preview
  12. The God Who Gathers and Transforms His People | MP3 | Video Preview
  13. The God Who Is Very Angry | MP3 | Video Preview
  14. The God Who Triumphs | MP3 | Video Preview

Here’s an early Father’s Day idea… Check out Seeds Family Worship and their CDs.   Basically, it’s Scripture set to song to aid in children memorizing Scripture.  It looks like a great resouce to aid in family worship or if you’re driving in the car with the kids.

Click here for some more info and a 20% off discount for Between Two World’s readers (Justin Taylor’s blog).

Below is a sample of a song put to video on youtube.

The Together for the Gospel 2010 – The (Unadjusted) Gospel just wrapped up tonight.  Most of the audio and video is posted online.

The audio that is up for you to download are the following:

Session 1: Mark Dever — The Church is the Gospel Made Visible

Session 3: Al Mohler — How Does it Happen? Trajectories Toward an Adjusted Gospel

Session 2: R C Sproul The Defense and Confirmation of the Gospel — What I Have Learned in 50 years

Session 4: Thabiti Anyabwile — ‘Fine-Sounding Arguments’ — How Wrongly ‘Engaging the Culture’ Adjusts the Gospel

Session 5: John MacArthur — The Theology of Sleep! (Mark 4)

Session 6: John Piper — Did Jesus Preach the Gospel of Evangelicalism?
Session 7: Ligon Duncan – Did the Father’s Know the Gospel?
Session 8: CJ Mahaney with Matt Chandler – Preparing Your Church for Suffering
Session 9: CJ Mahaney – Ordinary Pastors
These below are not available yet…
Panel Discussions
Breakout sessions (various speakers)
Also, click here to hear Al Mohler’s program on the Conference from his radio program.

Today, of course, is St. Patrick’s Day.  It’s also my wife’s birthday!  I bet most of you didn’t know that.  Of course, this means she gets inundated with everything green.

But, St. Patricks isn’t about green things, shamrocks, lerechauns, and the like.  Bottom line, God used Patrick in his role as a missionary and pastor.  Russel Moore writes on what evangelicals can learn from St. Patrick.  A small sample, he writes…

Any evangelical seeking to kindle a love for missions among the people of God will benefit from this volume’s demonstration that the Great Commission did not lie dormant between the apostle Paul and William Carey. Patrick’s love and zeal for the Irish may also inspire American evangelicals to repent of our hopelessness for the conversion of, say, the radical Islamic world—which is, after all, no more “hopeless” than the Irish barbarians of Patrick’s era.

Reid Monaghan, from Acts29 churches, gives a small biography on St. Patrick, and Mark Driscoll writes on why St. Patrick was one of the greatest missionaries to ever live.

Justin Taylor has a great post on Martyn Lloyd-Jones and the fact that 29 years ago today he went to be with the Lord.  I agree with Justin that he is widely considered to be one of the best preachers of the 20th century.

For biographies, see the following from Iain Murray, his official biographer and former assistant:


You can hear his preaching online for free at Martyn Lloyd-Jones Recording Trust.

See JT’s post for more.

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