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  • John Warwick Montgomery

    No book in the entire Bible has had such an impact for theological conversion as Paul's Epistle to the Romans. St. Augustine came to Christ on hearing Romans 13:11-14; Martin Luther's study of the book brought him to an understanding of salvation by grace alone through faith; John Wesley's heart was "strangely warmed" as he listened to the reading of Luther's Preface to the Book of Romans at a little Moravian chapel in Aldersgate; and Karl Barth sounded the death knell of pre-World War I liberal theology with his Commentary on Romans. Now Dr. John Warwick Montgomery provides a long awaited popular exposition of the book from the standpoint of historic Reformation,...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    John Warwick Montgomery, Dr. Angus Menuge & Dr. Alistair Noble vs. Dr. Sean Carroll, Fred Edwords, & Dr. Lewis Wolpert This debate took place on October 2008, sponsored by the Literary and Historical Society of University College Dublin. The proposition being debated was, "That this house finds it irrational to believe in God." Dr. Montgomery and colleagues argued in support of the opposition. The audience of approximately 400 voted to defeat the...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    Readers of Dr. Montgomery's essay, "The Gospel of John Yesterday and Today," in his classic volume, The Suicide of Christian Theology, will be delighted with his careful exposition of the fourth Gospel. These popular lectures were delivered as a series to an enthusiastic audience in the late Walter R. Martin's Southern California Bible Class. Now these dynamic talks can be heard in their entirety - for the building up of the saints and as a challenge to the unbeliever. ...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    The one book of the Bible which best unites the Old Testament with the New is the Epistle to the Hebrews. Produced in Apostolic circles, doubtless by a companion of St. Paul, it remains the best account in all of divine revelation as to how the history of Israel and its sacrificial system were God's vehicle for the coming of Jesus the Messiah. In these popular expository talks, delivered in the late Walter R. Martin's Southern California Bible Class, Dr. John Warwick Montgomery provides a stimulating, thorough, and witty exposition of a portion of Scripture whose understanding will illuminate every believer's spiritual life. Titles and Lengths: 01 Hebrews 1:1-4,...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    In 1967 John Warwick Montgomery and Madalyn Murray O'Hare appeared as co-guests on a Chicago radio show. This is a live recording of their riotous and tempestuous clash. Madalyn Murray O'Hare founded American Atheists Inc., and was an active lobbyist for removing prayers and Bible readings from public schools. ...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    A live recording of the historic debate between the late Joseph Fletcher, father of "situation ethics," and John Warwick Montgomery at the San Diego State University. A devastating critique of all attempts to base morality on contexts, situations, or relativism. ...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    John Warwick Montgomery & Mr. Livingston, President of Atheists United In the fall of 1993, Whittier College – located in Whittier, California – hosted a lively debate. The topic: "Does God Exist?" And if so, does it matter? Each debater made a formal presentation, and then gave a brief critique of his opponent’s presentation. Then members of the audience had an opportunity to ask questions of the two...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    In 1987, Dr. Montgomery delivered the annual Pascal Lectures at the University of Waterloo. In clear, precise, and easy to understand language, he details why the inter-relationship between human rights and Christian theology is so critical. He explains why the justification for human rights can only be founded on a revelation that transcends human knowledge. He then provides reasons why Christians, on the basis of that revelation, should be keenly interested and active in human rights issues. These lectures are based on Dr. Montgomery's book, Human Rights and Human Dignity. (Canadian Institute for Law, Theology and Public Policy, 1995) Lengths: Part 1  Part...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    The Inns of Court School of Law in London, England was the scene of a lively debate on the truthfulness of the claims of two of the world's most prominent religions on October 17, 2003. The debaters were Shabir Ally, a graduate of Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario with a B.A. in religious studies, and president and founder of the Islamic Information and Da'Wah Center in Toronto, Canada, and John Warwick...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    On February 14, 1986 in Sydney, Australia, Dr. Montgomery debated Mark Plummer, president of the Atheists and Skeptics Society of Australia. An overflow audience attended and the debate received full-page coverage in the Sydney Morning Herald (Australia's equivalent of the New York Times.) Hear Dr. Montgomery defend historic Christianity in this live, unedited...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    American evangelicals, especially dispensationalists, have a tendency to whitewash whatever the modern Israeli government does, owing to a supposed identification of contemporary Israel with the Israel of the Old Testament and biblical prophecy. So concerned about this was the late President Sadat of Egypt that he invited Dr. Montgomery and five other evangelical leaders to meet with him to provide a more balanced picture. In this lecture, Dr. Montgomery offers an in-depth analysis based both upon Scripture and upon the human rights record of modern Israel vis-à-vis the Palestinian problem and the Near East situation in...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    LUTHER AND THE GERMAN REFORMATION An introduction to the life, times, and thought of Martin Luther (1483 – 1546). ZWINGLI AND THE SWISS REFORMATION An introduction to the life, times, and thought of Ulrich Zwingli (1484 – 1531). LUTHER AND ZWINGLI: HOW TO INTERPRET THE BIBLE A study of the principles for interpreting the Bible by comparison of the approaches of Zwingli and Luther at the Marburg Colloquoy (1529). CALVIN AND THE FRENCH REFORMATION An introduction to the life, times, and thought of John Calvin (1509 – 1564). THE REFORMATION: TRUTH EXPRESSED IN CULTURE The influence of the Bible Reformers, especially Martin Luther, on artists such as Bach and...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    In 1970 Dr. Montgomery was the visiting Reveille Scholar at the University of California—San Diego. This audio set is comprised of the series of lectures in which he surveyed the theological scene in the 20th Century. Titles and Lengths: 01 19th Century Background 1  02 19th Century Background 2  03 Modernist-Fundamentalist Controversy 1  04 Modernist-Fundamentalist Controversy 2  05 Neo-Orthodoxy 1  06 Neo-Orthodoxy 2  07 Theological Existentialism 1  08 Theological Existentialism 2  09 Paul Tillich 1  10 Paul Tillich 2  11 Secular Theology 1  12 Secular Theology 2  13 New Morality And Death Of God Movements...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    Contemporary apologetics for the Christian layman designed to prepare you to be "ready to give an answer to every man who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you". (I Peter 3:15) Dr. Montgomery, in easy to understand terms, shows that Christianity is sensible and does have answers to the critical questions of life. Whether you listen to these audio files alone or in a group study course, you will find that your knowledge and understanding of the Christian faith will be enhanced and your ability to communicate this knowledge improved. MP3 Titles included in this 16 part set: Defending The Defence Of The Faith Apologetics As Evangelism The Purpose Of Apologetics The Dos...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    REVEILLE SCHOLAR LECTURES In 1970 Dr. Montgomery was the visiting Reveille Scholar at the University of California - San Diego. This tape set is comprised of the series of lectures in which he developed a Christian approach to the study of the philosophy of history. WHERE IS HISTORY GOING? A critique of secular philosophers of history such as Marx, Spengler, and Toynbee, and presentation of a Christian philosophy of history. ...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    Dr. Montgomery's historic decimation of death-of-god theology in debate with Thomas J.J. Altizer at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, University of Chicago, February 24,...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    On February 5, 1969 Drs. Montgomery and Steen were invited to the campus of DePaul University to debate the question, "Is there a supreme being - someone above me - who knows me, who watches out for me, who can help me, who is my guarantee of eternal life; or is man on his own in this universe?" Julian J. Steen was Dean of the Chicago School for Adults, and a well-known American humanist. ...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    How does the Christian faith relate to other faiths? In what sense is Christianity unique? How might a Christian approach the study of comparative religions? These and other questions are addressed in Dr. Montgomery’s lecture at the University of Illinois–Urbana in the spring of 1966, and is followed by a “spirited dialogue” between Dr. Montgomery and Dr. Tiebout, Professor of Comparative Religion at the University of...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    Dr. Montgomery served as director of studies at the prestigious International Institute of Human Rights in Strasbourg. France for three years. For thirteen years he has integrated biblical theology and human rights through a summer program in Strasbourg. Learn why only a serious biblical theology can supply the foundations for human rights in our...read more

  • John Warwick Montgomery

    A classic debate between a Christian historian and theologian, and a humanist on the historical evidence for Jesus. Dr. Montgomery is well known internationally for his lectures and writings on the historicity of Jesus and the reliability of the New Testament documents. He has set forth his case in books such as History and Christianity. Dr. G. A. Wells is also well known for his view that we have no reliable eyewitnesses to the events related in the New Testament. He has written the books Did Jesus Exist? and The Historical Evidence for Jesus. The debate took place in London, England February 10,...read more