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This is my last planned post about Together for the Gospel. I want to use it to provide some final links and information. Then I’m going to move on to other things. Or at least that’s the plan for now.

T4G Audio & Video

Here are links to each of the sermons:

Session I Ligon Duncan – Sound Doctrine – Essential to Faithful Pastoral Ministry Download

Session II Thabiti Anyabwile – Bearing the Image: Identity, the Work of Christ, and the Church | Download

Session III John MacArthur – The Sinner Neither Able Nor Willing: The Doctrine of Absolute Inability | Download

Session IV Mark Dever – Improving the Gospel: Exercises in Unbiblical Theology | Download

Session V RC Sproul – The Curse Motif of the Atonement | Download

Session VI Albert Mohler – Why Do They Hate It So? The Doctrine of Substitution | Download

Session VII John Piper – How the Supremacy of Christ Creates Radical Christian Sacrifice | Download

Session VIII CJ Mahaney – Sustaining a Pastor’s Soul | Download

To watch the various YouTube videos that were posted online through the conference, simply click here.

To listen to the audio from the Band of Bloggers event, visit this link.

T4G Books

Here is the first batch of books:

Here are the rest of the T4G giveaways along with most of the Band of Blogger book giveaways (though a couple were not available at Amazon):

T4G Posts

Many of the people who were present at T4G have been writing about their experiences. It may be easiest just to click here to read the Google Blog Search roundup.

One that caught my eye was Zach Nielsen’s Is There A Uniqueness To Men Singing Together About The Gospel?. He gives three good reasons that such singing is a sign of gospel humility.

Another good one is Bob Kauflin’s list of the songs he chose for the times of worship.


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