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February 28, 2013


No Compromise: 2013 Ligonier Conference Sessions

Here’s the excellent (and timely) 2013 Ligonier National Conference “No Compromise”...you can listen to/watch each section free online. Here’s the description:

“Alistair Begg, Sinclair Ferguson, Steven Lawson, R.C. Sproul Jr., R.C. Sproul, Cal Thomas, and Ravi Zacharias considered the theme No Compromise: Standing for the Truth of God’s Word at our 2013 National Conference. Together they examined what the Bible says about standing firm for bedrock truths such as the resurrection of Christ, the trustworthiness of Scripture, God’s plan for the family, our need to show mercy, the importance of theology, the primacy of preaching, the exclusivity of Jesus and much more.”


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R.C. Sproul has the best ministry I know of.  He is so well trained, has real content, won’t compramise, and really knows how to preach and teach others and hold their interest.  His work is hugh in the hundreds of thousands.  He has a grea staff and cohorts to back him and continue when he is gone.  Just can’t say enough good about him.  His monthely Table Talk magazine is the only one I always read every word of. I wish everyne was following what he preaches and does.

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