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Tabletalk magazine was formed in 1977 to provide a substantive study tool for Christians. Though its format has changed over the years, Tabletalk continues to challenge and encourage readers to dig deeper into the Word of God in order that their lives may be transformed through the renewing of their minds (Rom. 12:1–2). The aim of the magazine is to articulate Christian truth in an accessible manner.

Initially, serving as the Ligonier Ministries newsletter, Tabletalk changed to a digest format in 1989. In the print magazine, daily Bible studies offer succinct, detailed expositions of the Word of God to assist believers in understanding the biblical text and in applying it to their lives. Every issue contains feature articles by Dr. Sproul and other noted pastors, scholars, and teachers that address a particular biblical, theological, cultural, historical, or Christian-living theme. A variety of columns each month address other key topics related to the church, personal piety, and what it means to honor Christ in this fallen world. At TabletalkMagazine.com, the print magazine is available digitally along with other, online-exclusive articles.

Over the years, Tabletalk has been recognized for its consistent trustworthiness and excellence. Today, people all over the world read Tabletalk on a daily basis. Whether you are a new Christian or have been a believer for many years, there are resources in Tabletalk to help you grow in your faith.

  • Burk Parsons

    Editor

  • Thomas Brewer

    Managing Editor

  • Kevin Gardner

    Associate Editor

  • Robert Rothwell

    Associate Editor

  • Joe Holland

    Assistant Editor

  • Aaron Garriott

    Production Manager

  • Zachary Johnson

    Editorial Assistant

  • R.C. Sproul

    Founder and Chairman of Ligonier Ministries

  • Chris Larson

    President and CEO of Ligonier Ministries

  • J.D. Bridges

    Vice President of Global Outreach for Ligonier Ministries

  • Nathan W. Bingham

    Senior Manager of Communications for Ligonier Ministries

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