How do I grow in the fear of God and decrease in the fear of man?

The more our minds are consumed by the majestic holiness of God, the less we will be intimidated by mere men. From our 2021 National Conference, Steven Lawson and Derek…

What does it mean that we are “justified by faith, not because of faith”?

It is not the quality of our faith that saves us but the quality of the Redeemer in whom we have faith. From one of our Ask Ligonier events, Derek…

Trusting in God through Suffering

“Though he slay me, I will hope in him” (Job 13:15). Job’s famous words summarize the posture we should have toward God when we suffer. Further instruction on how to…

Live Tomorrow: Pittsburgh Conference

Our two-day Pittsburgh Conference, A Continuing Reformation, will start streaming live tomorrow, beginning at approximately 3:00 p.m. ET. Join us online for this two-day event here on Ligonier.org or on…

5 Tips for Studying the Bible Effectively

The Bible is a big book. It can be intimidating to read, so many of us prefer reading books about the Bible. And if we do read the Bible, we…

The Gospel Deals with Sin

While the gospel does address our happiness and fulfillment, it is first and foremost the solution to our sin before God. In this brief clip, Derek Thomas reminds us of…

Announcing Our 2021 Always Ready Conference in Lancaster

Christian young people face constant attacks on the truth claims of their faith. It is vital that they’re prepared to give an answer for the hope within them (1 Pet.…

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Tabletalk encourages Christians to dig deeper into God’s Word in order that their lives may be transformed through the renewal of their minds. People all over the world read this…

We Cannot Love God if We Do Not Love His Word

Emil Brunner, the twentieth-century Swiss theologian and one of the fathers of neoorthodox theology, wrote a little book titled Truth as Encounter. His thesis was that when we study the…

Does Reformed theology continue to reform?

One principle from the Reformation is that the church must always be reforming. Does this mean the church should be flexible in what it believes? From our 2021 National Conference,…