Donald Livingston and the Southern Intellectual Tradition

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I owe a debt I cannot pay.  One of the most intriguing and brilliant men I know is Donald Livingston.  Don taught philosophy at Emory University, and is a world-class David Hume scholar.  He is the founder of the Abbeville Institute, and is simply a wonderful man.  For many years now, Don has explored, explicated, and communicated the strengths and weaknesses of the southern intellectual tradition.  I have benefitted from his insights for a number of years.  Here is a link to an excellent essay Don wrote for Modern Age, titled, "The Southern Tradition and Limited Government." 

D.A. Carson on Declaring the Guilty to be Just

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D.A. Carson has spent his writing/teaching/preaching career explicating the meaning of the New Testament.  In this lecture Carson asks how it is that God can declare that the guilty are just.  This is one lecture in a series, based on Carson's book, The God Who is There.  The entire series can be found at the Gospel Coalition's web site, here.

Henri Blocher on the Necessity of the Atonement

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To my mind one of the most brilliant living theologians is Henri Blocher.  I have benefitted from his work for many years, and thank God for him.  Here is Blocher's lecture on "The Necessity of the Atonement."

Tyndale House Videos on the Christian Faith

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The Greens spent a wonderful sabbatical at Tyndale House in Cambridge, England (in spring of 2010).  Tyndale House is a residential center for biblical studies, and has a world-class theological library.  It is a great gift to the Christian church, and we are thankful for the opportunity to have studied there.  Recently Tyndale House has produced some helpful videos on the resurrection, the nature of the crucifixion, the nature/authority of Scripture, and other items.  The videos are helpfully collected here.  Enjoy!