Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Podcast, Conference Previews, and More Audio/Video Resources


Another Spring Conference preview interview is among new broadcasts now available at Confessing Our Hope, Greenville Seminary's online broadcasting outreach, hosted by Bill Hill.

"Homosexual Marriage: Right or Wrong?" — Dr. Gary Bates of Creation Ministries International discusses his conference subject.

If you are unable to attend the Spring Theology Conference, you may listen to live webcasts of the Tuesday and Wednesday 7 p.m. evening services on the GPTS Channel on SermonAudio. Look for the small red "Live Webcast" icon near the top of the page.



Meanwhile, tune in to Confessing Our Hope to listen now to these archived broadcasts previewing the Spring Theology Conference:

"Courtship and Marriage" — Dr. Richard Phillips, senior pastor at Second Presbyterian Church in Greenville, S.C., discusses his topic to be presented at the 2016 GPTS Spring Theology Conference.

"History of Family Worship" — GPTS Associate Professor Dr. Benjamin Shaw gives a preview of his lecture scheduled for the 2016 GPTS Spring Theology Conference.

"Marriage, Family & Sexuality" — GPTS President Dr. Joseph Pipa provides an overview of the 2016 GPTS Spring Theology Conference. Don't miss this vital conference dealing with some of the hottest issues of our day.

Another new broadcast just aired is "Faith and Practice #21" — Dr. Joseph Pipa Jr. answers more listener questions, including some on Islam, the Nicene Creed, children, covenant baptism,

All broadcasts can be heard and/or downloaded at the Confessing Our Hope web site or from the GPTS channel at SermonAudio.com.

Mr. Hill recently announced that some future podcasts will be broadcast live. To learn more about this exciting new option, go here.

In other resources:

Dr. Benjamin Shaw, associate professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, recently lectured at Lebonon Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Abbeville, S.C. on "Why Keep the Old (Testament) When We Have the New (Testament)?" Hear his lecture here.

Stay in touch with the GPTS channel on SermonAudio for a large variety of audio and video resources, including videos of Dr. Pipa's series of chapel sermons on Psalm 119.