Archive for December, 2017

Tyndale’s Only Surviving Letter

December 27, 2017
There are many surviving books of William Tyndale. Of course, the most famous one is the Tyndale Bible. But in terms of material from his own hand, only a single letter survives. It is in Latin, and it was written while Tyndale was a prisoner at Vilvoorde Castle in

Remembering R.C. Sproul

December 20, 2017
A full transcript of this episode will be available shortly.

Johann Sebastian Bach: JJ

December 13, 2017
Perhaps you know the initials JSB. If you do, you might also expect them to be followed by another set of initials: SDG. JSB refers, of course, to the composer Johann Sebastian Bach, who often signed his works with his initials and with SDG for soli Deo gloria—for God’s glory alone. But

On the Church

December 6, 2017
Let’s take a look at the history of the church. We’ll do that first by looking at the church around the world. One statistic informs us that there are three hundred thousand local congregations across the United States. Another statistic tells us that there are 37 million local congregations around the world.