Here are two great sermons from Christ Church Reformation Sunday 2011 (from the two services).
The first one is by Doug Wilson, and is called "Reformation in the Boneyard." Here is what Doug Wilson said about his message: "...this message represents the heart of our ministry here. If there is anything I care about, it is this." (His FB)
The second sermon, "Christ the Conqueror" is by Toby Sumpter, Pastor at Trinity Reformed Church (with Peter Leithart).
I have often encouraged critics of the FV to actually listen to some of the sermons of the men they claim are denying the gospel. These sermons would be a great place to start! mp3's of these sermons can be found at www.canonwired.com.
In this interview, Doug Wilson offers some sound advice for those seeking to understand the Federal Vision.
Here is a sermon clip from the sermon, Encouragement in God, preached October 2nd, at Christ Church, in Moscow, Idaho. In this clip, Pastor Wilson talks about the two tendencies in Christendom: The imperative to obey the law ("you must, you must, you must [perform good works]) and the belief that you can't (you can't, you can't, you can't [obey the law], so don't try.).
Ask Doug: Why do “Fv-ers” (Federal Vision advocates) all seem to have beards?
The Bayly Blog published some keen observations on the current state of the Federal Vision. A highly recommended read for all those following the Federal Vision debate in the PCA.
“What are the primary differences between the Federal Vision and traditional covenant theology?” (Part I HERE)
“What are the primary differences between the Federal Vision and traditional covenant theology?”