Jason Cook, Timothy Keller, and Stephen Um took the time during TGC 17 to have a discussion regarding gospel-shaped mercy. Watch the video to capture the vision for gospel-shaped mercy and its impact in our local churches. What Is Gospel-Shaped Mercy? from The Gospel Coalition on Vimeo.
Stephen Um’s latest work, Gospel Shaped Mercy, is now available! This is a great resource for all who are interested in discovering how the gospel impacts and shapes our understanding of mercy. Take a look at the following trailer. For more information about the book and for purchase, click here.
This is an excerpt from a blog by Christopher Peters on October 23, 2015. Peters has served for six years as the founding pastor of Cross Creek Church (PCA), which meets in Hoover, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama. He previously worked in campus ministry at St. Louis University and on the pastoral staff of Covenant Presbyterian Church in Homewood, […]
Those who had opportunity to attend the 2013 Gospel Coalition National Conference were, no doubt, overwhelmed by the wonderful depth and stunning breadth of the various sessions, breakouts, panels, etc., that occurred throughout the conference. We were all attempting to drink from the proverbial “fire hydrant.” If you’re like me and did not have the capacity […]
In Generous Justice, Timothy Keller suggests that “the Bible gives believers two basic motivations [for doing justice]–joyful awe before the goodness of God’s creation, and the experience of God’s grace in redemption.” John Calvin offers a stirring reflection on the former in his Institutes of the Christian Religion. Calvin claims that considering the image of God in our fellow […]
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