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gcalton
01-07-2009, 11:59 PM
Can anyone recommend some good exegetical lectures/sermons online? :D

richardsugg
01-08-2009, 09:31 AM
This should get you started...



John Piper at http://www.desiringGod.org
Mark Driscoll at http://www.marshillchurch.org/
There is also a variety of MP3s, videos, and links to documents at http://www.monergism.com
As well, you can go to http://worldwide-classroom.com/ to download entire classes that were taught at Westminster Theological Seminary.
http://www.BiblicalTraining.org is a site run by Bill Mounce. He's collected entire courses taught at seminaries and made them available for free.
http://www.ReclaimingTheMind.org is a site run by a Dallas Theological Graduate. They have six courses that cover the basics of the faith, including a course on interpretation. These courses can also be downloaded via iTunes.

That should give you a good start :)

MGVH
01-08-2009, 11:12 AM
Links to just about everything start at Textweek (http://www.textweek.com/)
Use the Scripture index to find what you need

Dan Phillips
01-08-2009, 11:20 AM
Andy Naselli (http://andynaselli.com/theology/resources/mp3s) also has a great bunch of links to resources up.

SCSaunders
01-08-2009, 01:33 PM
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(Image Linked to DTS)
*New Videos Added Regularly.

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(Image Linked to My Pastor's Sermons)
*Start w. most recent [e.g., Jan 11, 2009] and work backwards. JMHO.

Adelphos
01-08-2009, 07:17 PM
Can anyone recommend some good exegetical lectures/sermons online? :D

Probably not what you're looking for, but just in case it is...

John Bunyan could read neither Hebrew nor Greek, yet he knew more of the Word of God than all the Greek and Hebrew scholars for the past two thousand years combined. And then some. Nor is that hyperbole or exaggeration, for if you believe the following statement is true...

"To understand a Bible text it takes an act of the Holy Spirit equal to the act that inspired the text in the first place. A revelation of the Holy Spirit in one glorious flash of inward illumination would teach you more of Jesus than five years in a theological seminary." A. W. Tozer, The Tozer Pulpit, Vol II

...then you will find that John Bunyan is unequaled in the annals of Christianity for expository and exegetical preaching and teaching. You can read many of his most notable works on my website at --

http://www.lamblion.net/EBooks/ebooks.htm

Sansom48
01-09-2009, 12:28 PM
Andy Naselli (http://andynaselli.com/theology/resources/mp3s) also has a great bunch of links to resources up.


I thought that I had all I needed when it came to sites, yet looking at this one surprised me on how good it was. There was even a plethora of material in MP3 form, from DA Carson.

SCSaunders
01-09-2009, 12:37 PM
.... There was even a plethora of material in MP3 form, from DA Carson.Dr. S. Lewis Johnson ain't half bad either Life of Samson (http://www.believerschapeldallas.org/OnlineMessages/LifeofSamson/tabid/102/Default.aspx).

SCSaunders
01-14-2009, 02:30 PM
Can't believe I forgot this one. But Immanuel Bible Church (http://www.immanuelbible.net/), my family's church, has been blessed by the proverbial "lightning striking twice."

Our current Pastor, Dr. Ron Jones, is an excellent expository preacher (see post above). Just got a church email, next Sunday's lesson is on the sanctity of life. I know it will be electrifying (work with me).

Likewise, our former Pastor's preaching jigawatts can power a flux capacitor ("Back to the Future" anyone?). He went from our church to become President of Moody Bible Institute. He's now on preaching staff somewhere in Kentucky I believe it is.

Michael Easley
http://i40.tinypic.com/im42fs.png (http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/Moody_Presents/)
*Image Linked to Online Resource

Sansom48
01-14-2009, 03:01 PM
Can't believe I forgot this one. But Immanuel Bible Church (http://www.immanuelbible.net/), my family's church, has been blessed by the proverbial "lightning striking twice."

Our current Pastor, Dr. Ron Jones, is an excellent expository preacher (see post above). Just got a church email, next Sunday's lesson is on the sanctity of life. I know it will be electrifying (work with me).

Likewise, our former Pastor's preaching jigawatts can power a flux capacitor ("Back to the Future" anyone?). He went from our church to become President of Mood Bible Institute. He's now on preaching staff somewhere in Kentucky I believe it is.



If I get a chance I may have to look at this, as long as I don't get stuck in the 50's. And we all hope that he doesn't get his sermon ideas after he, while attempting to hang a picture in the bathroom slips and hits his head on the toilet.

SCSaunders
01-14-2009, 03:21 PM
if i get a chance i may have to look at this, as long as i don't get stuck in the 50's. And we all hope that he doesn't get his sermon ideas after he, while attempting to hang a picture in the bathroom slips and hits his head on the toilet.lol! 45678910

Sansom48
01-15-2009, 02:25 PM
By the way, I have noticed that many of you link actual pictures with the pages in which they belong to. I was wondering you do that. I have looked at some of the thread help pages and have not noticed and explanation of this. Did I miss it, or is it not there?

SCSaunders
01-15-2009, 03:24 PM
Type/Keyboard/Key Stroke/yadayadayada :

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For forums such as these, replace the "<" with "[" and ">" with "]"


(forum code uses the bracket instead of the "carat"?)

Replace Bible Works with <img>full web address to whatever image</img>
There are free image hosting sites, like Tiny Pic (http://tinypic.com/)

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Bible Works (http://www.bibleworks.com)

vs.

http://www.southwoodministries.org/biblesurvey/images/bibleworks.jpg (http://www.bibleworks.com)
*Old School Image Linked to Web Site

tcblack
01-16-2009, 01:17 PM
By the way, I have noticed that many of you link actual pictures with the pages in which they belong to. I was wondering you do that. I have looked at some of the thread help pages and have not noticed and explanation of this. Did I miss it, or is it not there?

All the directions for using the forum markup called BB code (http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/misc.php?do=bbcode) are right here: BB code (http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/misc.php?do=bbcode)

SCSaunders
01-16-2009, 01:48 PM
All the directions for using the forum markup called BB code (http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/misc.php?do=bbcode) are right here: BB code (http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/misc.php?do=bbcode)Excellent! I think I'll "favorite" that. Thanks for posting.:)

Sansom48
01-16-2009, 02:43 PM
All the directions for using the forum markup called BB code (http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/misc.php?do=bbcode) are right here: BB code (http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/misc.php?do=bbcode)

Thank you, this is very helpful.

SCSaunders
02-11-2009, 06:27 PM
I love this guy's preaching. He's very, very good IMO.
He's been blessed with a one of a kind voice, one or two notes in and you know it's him, just like a favorite song.

http://i42.tinypic.com/27yvd3a.png (http://www.twft.com/)
*Image is linked to Site

He's been known for asking candidates on ordination oral exams, "What's your favorite book of the bible?" His answer, "The one I'm currently studying." I've found this to be true in a very real sense.

Billy
02-26-2009, 12:44 PM
Probably not what you're looking for, but just in case it is...

John Bunyan could read neither Hebrew nor Greek, yet he knew more of the Word of God than all the Greek and Hebrew scholars for the past two thousand years combined. And then some. Nor is that hyperbole or exaggeration, for if you believe the following statement is true...

"To understand a Bible text it takes an act of the Holy Spirit equal to the act that inspired the text in the first place. A revelation of the Holy Spirit in one glorious flash of inward illumination would teach you more of Jesus than five years in a theological seminary." A. W. Tozer, The Tozer Pulpit, Vol II

...then you will find that John Bunyan is unequaled in the annals of Christianity for expository and exegetical preaching and teaching. You can read many of his most notable works on my website at --

http://www.lamblion.net/EBooks/ebooks.htm

John Bunyan was John Owens favorite preacher

Adelphos
02-27-2009, 09:04 PM
John Bunyan was John Owens favorite preacher

Mine too. -:)

John Owen was intrumental in getting John Bunyan released from jail, and Owen took some personal risks in doing so.

After the State lifted the arrest warrants for Owen for his nonconformity, he came back into partial favor with the Crown and was a sometime advisor to King Charles. However, he still used to get away every chance he could to hear Bunyan preach. Of course, Bunyan had zero schooling while Owen was one of the most educated men in the world at that time, especially religious education.

So one day after Owen had gone to one of Bunyan's sermons, King Charles asked him why such a learned man as himself went "to hear a tinker prate." For Bunyan's trade had been a tinker before.

Owen replied, "May it please your majesty, could I possess the tinker's abilities for preaching, I would willingly relinquish all my learning."

Bunyan drew immense crowds and preached with apostolic power. It is no wonder Satan attempted to silence him, but instead of silencing him, God used Satan's malice against him by turning Bunyan's prison into a publishing house, thereby allowing John Bunyan to preach to the world throughout many generations.

I have not the slightest doubt that John Bunyan could have easily held his own with the Apostles, and there are few men in history who could fit that bill.

richardsugg
02-27-2009, 09:14 PM
I have not the slightest doubt that John Bunyan could have easily held his own with the Apostles, and there are few men in history who could fit that bill.

Forgive me for being picky, but isn't that an overstatement? The apostles?

Adelphos
02-27-2009, 09:27 PM
Forgive me for being picky, but isn't that an overstatement? The apostles?

No, I don't believe it's an overstatement at all. I believe that John Bunyan could have walked with Peter and James and Paul and the rest of them without the slightest inferiority.

After all, it's not the man himself -- it's the Holy Spirit WITHIN the man. And the same Spirit who worked in Peter and James and Paul has worked in other men from time to time in history in a very similar degree, Bunyan being one of them.

We get the false idea from a superficial reading of the Bible that the Apostles just healed everybody all the time, and that they just worked miracles all the time, and whatnot, when in fact, healings and miracles were rare, even for the Apostles. They didn't occur every day, and in those rare cases where they did occur, the caused a great stir, just like they would today.

For the most part, the Apostles had to gut it out. Just read about Paul's large list of sufferings in 2 Corinthians 11:23-29 for just one example of the life of an Apostle.

The same Holy Spirit who worked through the Apostles worked through Bunyan, Whitefield, and others, and he is still willing to work through a WHOLLY consecrated man or woman today with the same power and grace. The MANIFESTATIONS are up to him, up to the Holy Spirit, but the same power he worked in Paul is available to every single genuinely born again Christian today.

The supernatural life of Jesus Christ is there for the taking for the man or woman who is willing to pay the price. That was true for Peter, Paul, James, and the others, and it is equally true for the man or woman who is willing to pay the price today.

richardsugg
02-27-2009, 09:34 PM
I'm not saying the apostles were inherently better men, and I don't think I'm being superficial. Jesus made specific promises to them ("to bring to their mind remembrance of all I have said...") that does set them apart for a special work.

Not trying to make a big deal out of this. I'm just saying that the apostles were different from other men because of what God did uniquely through them.

Adelphos
02-27-2009, 09:45 PM
I'm not saying the apostles were inherently better men, and I don't think I'm being superficial. Jesus made specific promises to them ("to bring to their mind remembrance of all I have said...") that does set them apart for a special work.

Not trying to make a big deal out of this. I'm just saying that the apostles were different from other men because of what God did uniquely through them.

That promise was not made solely to the Apostles. It was made to every genuinely born again Christian that ever lived, or ever will live. The same is true with every other promise made by Jesus, not counting a SPECIFIC promise made to a SPECIFIC disciple, such as Peter finding tax money in a fishes mouth, and such like.

What genuinely born again Christian hasn't experienced the Holy Spirit supernaturally bringing to his remembrance a word from the Lord Jesus?

What genuinely born again Christian, when reading the Word of God, hasn't experienced the same inspiration of the Holy Spirit that inspired the text in the first place?

And so on.

Adelphos
02-27-2009, 10:05 PM
By the way, I wasn't saying that you, specifically, were reading the Bible superficially. Rather, I meant it in a general sense, for it is my experience that that is how most people think about the life the Apostles. They mentally compress the book of Acts, for example, into a very short space of time, so that when a miracle occurs, most people get the idea that it was that way all the time, that miracles and healings were standard fare, when the exact opposite was the case.

But that's what false prophets who hold healing crusades and make millions of dollars doing it love to convey to people, that is, that it's normal for God to just heal people and make them wealthy on an hourly basis.

You'd be better off standing on top of an IED than standing next to one of these false prophets on the day of judgment.