This weekly podcast digs into the Ligonier Ministries archives and highlights interviews on a variety of topics recorded for Renewing Your Mind over the years.
Not a Chance (Sept. 2014)
In this interview from September 2014, Lee Webb is joined by R.C. Sproul to discuss his book Not a Chance.
Tabletalk: Addiction (Jul. 2016)
What are the consequences of addiction? In this interview from July 2016, Drs. Heath Lambert and Jeremy Pierre discuss the theme of the August 2016 issue of Tabletalk magazine.
A Little Book on the Christian Life (July 2017)
In this interview from July 2017, Dr. Burk Parsons and Chris Larson join Lee Webb to discuss John Calvin's A Little Book on the Christian Life.
Jonathan Edwards: An Interview with Stephen Nichols (Apr. 2016)
Jonathan Edwards could arguably be called America’s greatest preacher and thinker. Ligonier’s founder and chairman, R.C. Sproul, certainly thinks so. In this special episode of Renewing Your Mind, Dr. Stephen Nichols and Lee Webb discuss Jonathan Edwards’ life and ministry.
The Five Dilemmas of Calvinism (Nov 2007)
In this interview from November 2007, R.C. Sproul speaks with Craig Brown about his book, "The Five Dilemmas of Calvinism."
The Da Vinci Hoax (April 2006)
In this interview from April 2006, R.C. Sproul discusses The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown.
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Even the most common atheist will make his or her case by appealing to a book or some other single volume edition to gather sound facts. The one who argues sound facts by reading a book is no more less ignorant than they where before they read a book
History of Ligonier
If you are looking to go back into the past with Ligonier, this is a great addition to your podcast library. Enjoy!
If you fully accept this man’s pedagogy, you may like this podcast as he does not let intellectual inquiry or reason to interfere with his beliefs. If you would like a more intellectual and honest inquiry where different points of view are respected and discussed, look elsewhere.
His dismissal of Elaine Pagels inquiry into the Gnostic Gospels - he can not even mention her name - is telling. She is a religious historian at Princeton. Sproul is not a historian. Read her books and then make a decision whether her discourse is the more compelling.