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Rogers, Bennett Rogers– A Tender Lion: The Life, Ministry, and Message of J.C. Ryle, Servants of Grace
Bennett Rogers– A Tender Lion: The Life, Ministry, and Message of J.C. Ryle

Posted On June 13, 2019

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave Jenkins and Dr. Ben Rogers have a wide-ranging conversation about the life and ministry of J.C. Ryle, including how he can help improve our writing and speaking of biblical truth, along with his book, A Tender Lion: The Life, Ministry, and Message of J.C. Ryle (Reformation Heritage Books, 2019).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Who J.C. Ryle is.
  • Why J.C. Ryle’s work continues to be so influential.
  • Why J.C. Ryle’s crucified style of preaching can help Pastors grow in their preaching of God’s Word.
  • How J.C. Ryle dealt with controversy and how his example helps instruct Christians today.
  • How J.C. Ryle’s classic work on Holiness helps Christians today to grow in the grace of God.
  • Why we again need men like J.C. Ryle and what such men would be like in terms of their character and ministry.

About the Guest

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