The Most Important Message – "Well, we don’t need to speculate because Paul tells us right here in 1 Corinthians 15 what he shared with the Corinthians as being “of first importance”: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures. Paul’s first and most important priority was not to organize or to criticize, to politicize or philosophize. Rather, he came to make an announcement, to proclaim good news, to tell what Jesus had done, focused specifically on His death and resurrection."
The Baptist Confession on Life After Death and the Resurrection | It Is Written – "Americans are willing to talk about morality, politics, religion, and a host of other hot topics. When it comes to serious reflection upon the significance of death, however, they’re quick to change the subject. In fact, most of us spend the majority of our lives in a kind of subconscious denial of the reality of death. "
St. Patrick: Take Back the Great Missionary from the Culture of Green Beer – "Today most people know St. Patrick for green beer, banishing snakes from Ireland, using shamrocks to teach the trinity, or Patrick’s walking stick growing into a living tree. Indeed, none of this has anything to do with the real Patrick. However, the factual accounts of Patrick, missionary to Ireland, are even more compelling than the folklore. Telling the true story of Patrick the Christian missionary provides an inspiring lesson in God’s grace and mercy."
Main Session #7 Paul Washer on Vimeo – Paul Washer preached in the 2013 G3 Conference on the subject of penal substitutionary atonement.