I had the pleasure of speaking at Holy Trinity Clapham last Sunday on the subject “Can I Really Trust The Bible?”
Here’s a recording of my talk last week at All Souls, Langham Place.
Perhaps the best Tim Keller sermon I’ve ever heard is one called “The Girl Nobody Wanted”.
I’ll be honest, I was lobbying pretty hard for “Why Everyone Loves A Man In Tights”.
I spoke recently about “being clean.” It was for a guest service at All Souls, Langham Place, and you can find the audio here.
Yesterday at All Souls, Langham Place, I kicked off a preaching series on Mark’s Gospel.
Which pieces of music move you to tears every time you hear them? Here’s one of mine: John Tavener’s The Lamb, based on the poem by William Blake. So pure and unearthly, it seemed right to post it today.
I got a chance to speak recently on Exodus 20:13 at All Souls, Langham Place in London.
Charles Simeon of Cambridge (1759-1836) was a Christian preacher like few others. And then, when he was 47, God took his voice from him.
How serious is the evil inside us? When the final self-help program has been concluded, and the last new leaf has been turned, what will it take to fully and finally deal with it?