Geoff Chang serves as Assistant Professor of Historical Theology and Curator of the Spurgeon Library at Midwestern Seminary. In his latest book, Spurgeon the Pastor: Recovering a Biblical and Theological Vision for Ministry, Chang focuses on an often-overlooked aspect of Spurgeon’s life, his pastoral ecclesiology. He addresses topics such as church gatherings, baptism and the […]
Thomas S. Kidd serves as research professor of Church History at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. His latest book, Thomas Jefferson: A Biography of Spirit and Flesh (Yale University Press, 2022), is a revelatory new biography of Thomas Jefferson, focusing on his ethical and spiritual life.
The needs of the local church—and those who comprise it—are great. Pastors must be up to that challenge. I hope this book will help them toward these noble ends.
An interview with Jason G. Duesing about this new children’s book, The Moon Speaks, available now from B&H Kids.
An interview with Jared C. Wilson on his latest publication, Gospel-Driven Ministry: An Introduction to the Calling and Work of a Pastor.
An interview with Andreas Köstenberger on his latest publication, Signs of the Messiah, available now from Lexham Press.
Historical theology for the church is helpful when it functions as a friend and not a rival to its companion disciplines.
An interview with Dr. Jason DeRouchie on his new publication, 40 Questions About Biblical Theology.
An interview marking the release of The Lost Sermons of C.H. Spurgeon: Volume 4.