Episode 67: The J.C. Ryle Episode

This week Jaquelle and Sean talk about J.C. Ryle and why his life and teaching matter to young Christians. They also talk about painting Jaquelle’s room, the meaning of “tale,” and our favorite podcast opener ever.

Highlights

05:18: We introduce J.C. Ryle and explain the “John” series we’ve been doing.
09:09: J.C. Ryle’s birth and upbringing.
11:34: When J.C. Ryle got saved and started his career.
13:11: Overview of J.C. Ryle’s ministry.
17:30: Why J.C. Ryle was one of the most controversial men of his time.
24:05: 5 things J.C. Ryle teaches modern young Christians.
31:20: Announcing our latest CSB giveaway!

Recommended Resources

+“The Frank and Manly Mr. Ryle” (Biography from John Piper)
+Thoughts for Young Men by J.C. Ryle
+Holiness by J.C. Ryle
+J.C. Ryle: Prepared to Stand Alone by Iain Murray
+Episode 46: The Jonathan Edwards Episode
+Episode 54: The John Calvin Episode

Special thanks to the CSB for sponsoring this week’s episode. Learn more about the CSB here. Learn more about The CSB Pastor’s Bible here.

To win a copy of The CSB Pastor’s Bible, send us an email (sean@ageofminority.com) with your name (if you’re a pastor) or your pastor’s name (if you’re not), how long you (or your pastor) has been a pastor, and your church’s name.

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6 comments Add yours
  1. My pastor is Bryan Sanders, he was just installed as our new lead pastor a week ago (Bible Baptist Church, Shiremanstown, PA)
    P.S. keep up the good work!!

  2. Great overview of J.C. Ryle! I love Holiness (probably my favorite theology book). I think basically everything in that book is applicable to today.

    Also, I downloaded Piper’s sermon. Thanks for linking to that! Looking forward to listening to it.

  3. Loved this! I’ve been reading Ryle’s Expository Thoughts on the Gospels for my daily devos this year (commentaries that I found at NovelTea Cafe in Truro, ha!) and my heart has been so blessed by his words! Adding Holiness to my list.

  4. Just finished reading Thoughts for Young Men and I have to thank you for showing me this. It is so good, I have difficulty believing that this was written in 1886 and not last year.

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