Friday, September 3, 2010

New 9Marks ejournal tackles the difficult subject of Hell.

Challenging titles here...

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By Mark Dever
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.
By Kevin DeYoung
The doctrine of hell is ballast for our ministries, which will help us sail straight toward our most urgent task: proclaiming the gospel.
By Sinclair Ferguson
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.


By Greg Gilbert
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.
By Andrew David Naselli
The New Testament graphically and horrifically describes hell, which raises a thorny question: how should we interpret those dreadful images?
By James M. Hamilton, Jr.
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.

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

Audio Interviews
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with David Jackman
Can you “make” a preacher or is preaching simply a gift? Find out in this interview with David Jackman, founder of the Cornhill Training Course.
Posted on September 1, 2010
with Carolyn McCulley
Carolyn McCulley discusses feminism, ministering to singles, Christian social action, and what it means to be a “crush catalyst.”
Posted on August 1, 2010

New Translation
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The Korean translation of In My Place Condemned He Stood by J.I. Packer and Mark Dever is now available here: