Martin Downes is one of my favorite writers. He writes daily at Against Heresies. Sometime back he did a series of interviews with several theologians/historians. That collection, Risking the Truth, is to appear this March. It features interviews with Mark Dever, Carl Trueman, . . . Continue reading →
At Against Heresies.
Martin Downes has a book coming out and Sinclair Ferguson has written the foreword, which is online now.
Martin has the details
Risking the Truth: Interviews on Handling Error in the Church. Available directly from CFP here and of course at Amazon.co.uk. The US release date is July 13th. From Martin’s site:
Jeremy Walker reviews it at the Wanderer.
On Exiled Preacher
A collection of interviews on handling truth and error in the church. Contributors reflect on this issue in relation to the minister‘s own life, pulpit ministry, local church leadership, seminary training, denominations, the impact of the academy, Evangelicalism, contemporary trends, history, creeds . . . Continue reading →
Martin Downes, editor of Risking the Truth, sits for an interview with Christ the Center.
The link is at Against Heresies. Martin is always worth hearing.
It had a precedent that goes back to 1970. Many American evangelicals were caught by surprise by J I Packer’s involvement with and defense of Evangelicals and Catholics Together. The first ECT was vague, misleading, and even gobsmacking. The second was, for . . . Continue reading →
Martin has posted (in two parts) the interview with Robert Peterson from the volume Risking the Truth (click on the icon to the left). Part 1. Part 2. Other contributors include: Carl R. Trueman, Tom Schreiner, Michael Horton, Mark Dever, Ligon Duncan, . . . Continue reading →
Martin Downes has a meditation on Matthew 2 and Jesus as the Israel of God.
Martin is posting his interview with Greg Beale, from Risking the Truth.
Martin Downes spoke at the recent Twin Lakes Fellowship. Here’s the audio.
Martin Downes is reading Van Til: If one does not make human knowledge wholly dependent upon the original self-knowledge and consequent revelation of God to man, then man will have to seek knowledge within himself as the final reference point.
Recently Mark Driscoll and Gerry Brashears published a survey of basic Christian teaching. Martin Downes has been helpfully evaluating their account of the doctrine of Christ. It is interesting to see the way two ostensibly “Reformed” writers handle a matter of catholic . . . Continue reading →