The Gospel: What? Why? How? CDs
Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology
The Gospel is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes. (Rom. 1:16)
"I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people" (Lk. 2:19). Thus was heralded the Messiah of Israel and the Savior of the world by the angel to the shepherds of Bethlehem. Ever since that glorious announcement, the Christian faith has spread with good news of salvation for men and women lost in sin. Martyn Lloyd-Jones exclaimed: "Gospel! The first thing, therefore that we say about the Christian faith is that it is the announcement of some great and wonderful good news."
One of the healthiest and most encouraging signs in recent years has been a reemphasis on the Gospel as the heart of the Christian message and life. Yet, while the Gospel is spoken of more and more, the actual good news of Jesus is not always clearly proclaimed.
This series considers the message and the method of the Gospel and answers the questions: What makes the Gospel a source of such abounding joy? What is the bad news to which the Gospel is the remedy? What is the power with which the Gospel brings salvation? How is the cross the very center of the Gospel? What was the distinct Gospel message that Jesus preached, and how do we preach it today? How do pastors and churches take up the Gospel ministry of reconciliation of which we read in the Bible?
The Gospel of Great Joy by Sinclair Ferguson
The Gospel Remedy for Bad News by Harry Reeder
The Gospel Power of God by Sinclair Ferguson
The Gospel Preaching of the Cross by Ligon Duncan
The Gospel Message of Christ by Robert Godfrey
The Gospel Ministry of Reconciliation by Ligon Duncan
Publisher: Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
6 messages on 6 CDs
Tags: pcrt 2012