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Interviews

Q&A with Bryan Chapell on Christ-centered preaching

Jeff Robinson — June 3, 2010

Bryan Chapell serves as the president of Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Mo., as well as professor of practical theology there. He is the author of several books, including “Christ-Centered Preaching” and most recently “Christ-Centered Worship.” Chapell delivered the E.Y.Mullins Lectures on expository preaching at Southern Seminary March 30-April…

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3 questions with Bob Kauflin

Garrett E. Wishall — May 24, 2010

Bob Kauflin serves as director of worship development for Sovereign Grace Ministries and is one of the worship leaders at Covenant Life Church in Gaithersburg, Md. As a student prepares for future ministry in worship leadership, how should he balance time spent on honing musical excellence and on biblical/theological study?…

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3 questions with: Phil Newton

Jeff Robinson — April 21, 2010

Phil Newton serves as senior pastor of South Woods Baptist Church in Germantown, Tenn. Newton planted South Woods Baptist on April 19, 1987 and has served as senior pastor for 23 years since. 1. How would you prioritize issues in bringing about biblical change in a local church? Phil Newton:…

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3 questions with Ray Van Neste

Jeff Robinson — February 18, 2010

Ray Van Neste serves as assistant professor of Christian studies and is director of the R.C. Ryan Center for Biblical Studies at Union University in Jackson, Tenn. Van Neste writes regularly on pastoral ministry and serves as an elder in a local church in Jackson. Van Neste edits a popular…

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‘Holy Subversion: Allegiance to Christ in an Age of Rivals:’ A Q&A with Trevin Wax, recent SBTS graduate and author

By Garrett E. Wishall — February 18, 2010

“So, how can we as communities of faith live in a way that subverts the ‘Caesars’ that rule people around us… and seek to rule us too? The rest of this book is devoted to answering that question.” So writes Trevin Wax at the outset of his recently-released book, “Holy…

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3 Questions with Nathan Finn

Jeff Robinson — February 2, 2010

Nathan Finn serves as assistant professor of church history and Baptist studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Are you encouraged by what you have seen among Southern Baptists, particularly young Southern Baptists, since the annual meeting last summer in Louisville? Finn: Generally speaking, I have seen a lot of excitement…

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Q and A with Dorothy Patterson

jeff robinson — January 15, 2010

Dorothy Patterson has been one of the leading complementarian female writers and speakers among evangelicals for many years. She is the author of “A Woman Seeking God” among several other books. She also co-edited the Women’s Evangelical Commentary on the New Testament and is editing the second volume on the…

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Q & A with Carolyn McCulley

Courtney Reissig — January 8, 2010

Carolyn McCulley is the author of two books, “Radical Womanhood: Feminine Faith in a Feminist World” (Moody Publishers, 2008) and “Did I Kiss Marriage Goodbye? Trusting God with a Hope Deferred” (Crossway, 2004). McCulley also maintains a blog, Radical Womanhood and is a frequent conference speaker and is a contributor to “Sex…

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Three questions with Marvin Olasky

Jeff Robinson — November 20, 2009

Marvin Olasky is provost of The King’s College in New York City, and editor-in-chief of World magazine. An accomplished writer, Olasky has released 20 books and has had articles appear in World, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. Olasky delivered Southern Seminary’s most recent…

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Justin Taylor Q & A part two: Crossway upcoming titles

Jeff Robinson — November 13, 2009

This is part 2 of a Q & A with Justin Taylor, editorial director at Crossway Publishers. Here is part 1. Q: One of the great resources that you have been in charge of at Crossway is the “ESV Study Bible.” How has that been received? JT: We have been…

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