DBG Spotlight (1-11-17)

Josh Buice

One of the great expositors of recent church history is Martyn Lloyd-Jones, known as “The Doctor.” In this sermon, he preached on the doctrine of election, and you will find it helpful and powerful. If you are tempted to listen only to a few minutes, listen all the way to the end if time permits.

What Is the Regulative Principle of Worship? – “The Word, then, contains all we need in order to know how to worship; therefore, we reject all human-made laws or elements of worship.”

John MacArthur on the Legacy of Martin Luther – This is how the article begins, “Much of the discussion about Martin Luther these days seems to focus on his flaws rather than his faith, and that’s a pity.”  It’s worth reading and taking to heart.

Get Alone with God – Being alone with God is important—and necessary.

John 6 for Roman Catholics – James White is preparing to debate Trent Horn, a Roman Catholic, as a pre-conference to the G3 Conference next week.  The issues discussed in his coverage of John 6 is key to the upcoming debate.

President Trump, Therapist in Chief? – Carl Trueman never sugar coats his speech.  Here is one good example worthy of your time.

The Exponential Growth of Classical Christian Education – You may find this interesting and helpful, especially if you’re involved in a classical Christian education model.

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Author DBG Spotlight (1-11-17)

Josh Buice

Pastor Pray's Mill Baptist Church

Josh Buice is the founder and president of G3 Ministries and serves as the pastor of Pray's Mill Baptist Church on the westside of Atlanta. He is married to Kari and they have four children, Karis, John Mark, Kalli, and Judson. Additionally, he serves as Assistant Professor of Preaching at Grace Bible Theological Seminary. He enjoys theology, preaching, church history, and has a firm commitment to the local church. He also enjoys many sports and the outdoors, including long distance running and high country hunting. He has been writing on Delivered by Grace since he was in seminary and it has expanded with a large readership through the years.