Time and the Individual

Here’s an excerpt from Time and the Individual, Joe Holland’s contribution to the September issue of Tabletalk: I have to imagine that they were terrified—thankful, but terrified. The long-forgotten God,…

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Tabletalk magazine articulates the truths of God’s Word so that Christians may grow in their faith. More than 260,000 readers trust this monthly discipleship resource for its Bible studies and…

God Still Uses Clay Pots

The New Testament was not written by the elite of Egypt. It was not written by the elite of Greece, Rome, or even Israel. The greatest scholars in the world…

Is Jesus Divine? 30% of “Evangelicals” Say No.

Who is Jesus Christ? Our State of Theology survey reveals what American adults and evangelicals believe about Christianity, truth, and ethics. The results are now available from our 2020 survey,…

Time and Vocation

Here’s an excerpt from Time and Vocation, Grant R. Castleberry’s contribution to the September issue of Tabletalk: We all know that time is a precious commodity. I have always been…

Since Jesus Took Our Punishment, Why Didn’t He Need to Go to Hell Forever?

The smallest sin deserves eternal judgment from a holy God. Why didn’t Jesus need to spend eternity in hell in order to satisfy the Father’s justice on our behalf? From…

Do You Care About the Widows?

In biblical terms, to be religious does not necessarily mean you are godly. To be religious can mean simply that you’re involved in the trappings of religion, that you may…

The Maccabean Revolt

The centuries leading up to the birth of Christ were filled with the drama of conquest and revolution. In this brief clip from his teaching series Dust to Glory, R.C.…

How Can I Discern the Will of God?

How can we discover God’s will for our lives? From one of our Ask Ligonier events, Derek Thomas provides the answer that has helped Christians through the centuries. Message us…

God Is Satisfied

In the eleventh century, one of the church’s most brilliant thinkers, Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, wrote three important works that have influenced the church ever since. In the field of…