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A once weekly five minute podcast about the gospel, culture and the Christian life from a reformed perspective. Five For Fruit seeks to encourage fellow believers to grow in the grace and knowledge of their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ by creating biblical, challenging, convicting and encouraging media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Navigating the world of Christian faith and practice can be difficult. Every Monday and Wednesday, join Mike Hutchinson, a long-time student of Christian theology, as he interviews guests who are expert guides to Christianity, theology, and the historic Reformed faith. Whether you're interested in learning about Christianity, you're a new Christian, you're new to Reformed theology, or you're a long-time student of theology yourself, this is the podcast to help you think biblically and think ...
 
To challenge and rethink our paradigms for understanding society, by applying reformed theology and philosophy to politics, religion, and culture, in order to encourage individual freedom and responsibility within our own spheres of influence. Mere Liberty is about liberty at its most fundamental core. It’s stripping away the rhetoric that we’ve become accustomed to hearing and challenging the paradigms that face us today. Mere Liberty is not about politics per se, rather it’s about the phil ...
 
The Theology Pugcast is three over-educated Reformed guys grumbling about what bugs them, and sometimes even barking about what they like. The show usually is recorded in a pub--that's why there is some background noise on occasion. The topics can vary widely seeing as the Pugsters have different spheres of knowledge and interest, but common themes which appear regularly include the transcendence of God and the meaningfulness of His creation. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-theol ...
 
The point of this podcast is pretty broad — “All of Christ for all of life.” In order to make that happen, we need “theology that bites back.” I want to advance what you might call a Chestertonian Calvinism, and to bring that attitude to bear on education, sex and culture, theology, politics, book reviews, postmodernism, expository studies, along with other random tidbits that come into my head. My perspective is usually not hard to discern. In theology I am an evangelical, postmill, Calvini ...
 
Reformed Forum supports the church in presenting every person mature in Christ (Colossians 1:28) by providing Reformed theological resources to pastors, scholars, and anyone who desires to grow in their understanding of Scripture and the theology that faithfully summarizes its teachings.
 
The course will survey the successive biblical covenants from a redemptive historical perspective as well as examine the bi-covenantal structure of creation and redemption. Consideration will be given to issues such as the relation of the Old and New Testaments, the significance of the covenants for the doctrine of the atonement, for understanding sacramental theology, the implications of Covenant Theology for Reformed hermeneutics and more. Emphasis will be placed on the role of the Biblica ...
 
Undying Light is a show hosted by Alex a Reformed Biblical Christian. I cover a broad range of topics from discussions on theology, apologetics, to essentially everything to do with the Bible, cultural issues, and everyday ranting about the state of Evangelicalism in the United States and everywhere else. I am committed to an inerrant, infallible view of the Scriptures. Therefore, I am fervent to bring everything I teach and say to the light of the Biblical worldview. I hope this is a blessi ...
 
Institutes of the Christian Religion is John Calvin's seminal work on Protestant systematic theology. Highly influential in the Western world and still widely read by theological students today, it was published in Latin in 1536 and in his native French in 1541, with the definitive editions appearing in 1559 (Latin) and in 1560 (French). The book was written as an introductory textbook on the Protestant faith for those with some learning already and covered a broad range of theological topic ...
 
Institutes of the Christian Religion is John Calvin's seminal work on Protestant systematic theology. Highly influential in the Western world and still widely read by theological students today, it was published in Latin in 1536 and in his native French in 1541, with the definitive editions appearing in 1559 (Latin) and in 1560 (French).The book was written as an introductory textbook on the Protestant faith for those with some learning already and covered a broad range of theological topics ...
 
Institutes of the Christian Religion is John Calvin’s seminal work on Protestant systematic theology. Highly influential in the Western world and still widely read by theological students today, it was published in Latin in 1536 and in his native French in 1541, with the definitive editions appearing in 1559 (Latin) and in 1560 (French). The book was written as an introductory textbook on the Protestant faith for those with some learning already and covered a broad range of theological topic ...
 
Institutes of the Christian Religion is John Calvin's seminal work on Protestant systematic theology. Highly influential in the Western world and still widely read by theological students today, it was published in Latin in 1536 and in his native French in 1541, with the definitive editions appearing in 1559 (Latin) and in 1560 (French).The book was written as an introductory textbook on the Protestant faith for those with some learning already and covered a broad range of theological topics ...
 
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Today we hop into the topic of anxiety. What is anxiety? Where does it stem from? What is some practical counsel for those wrestling with it? EPISODE NOTES | SUPPORT | INSTAGRAM info@simpletheology.org • #simpletheologypod • 614.233.1098
 
Jon and Justin talk about the patience, mercy, and gentleness of Christ--and how much we all need to be reminded of that. The guys also discuss self-righteousness and confusion of law and gospel in the pulpit. This content is for our members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.Theocast
 
Lane Tipton discusses “Van Til’s Trinitarian Theology,” the latest on-demand video course released with Reformed Academy. Designed to equip the student to engage critically central issues in trinitarian theology, this course will focus on the architectonic significance of the Trinity both in Van Til’s theology and apologetics. Special attention wil…
 
Early postmodern promoters argued that the end of metanarratives like Christianity and the Enlightenment would lead to a peaceful plurality of group narratives, without the aim of any to dominate. This would lead to an end of oppressive worldviews with totalitarian aims. But mutations in postmodern thinking, those connected with Critical Theory, ha…
 
Today I spoke with Pastor Brian Sauvé of Refuge Church in Ogden, Utah. Christian parents have a weighty duty to raise godly children and in this episode we talk about the roles that mom and dad play (together and separately) in rearing godly children. Watch on YouTube. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
 
This week we talk with Elizabeth Garn about her new book, Freedom to Flourish: The Rest God Offers in the Purpose He Gives You. Support Theology Gals monthly through Patreon Support Theology Gals witt a one time donation through PayPal Theology Gals merch Theology Gals Journals Women can join Theology Gals Facebook Group Theology Gals-Ladies Theolo…
 
We conclude chapters 2 and 3 by finishing the last 5 letters to the churches in Asia. We take a look at each letter and the interesting connection many have with each other and today's society. We also tackle some twisted scripture with Revelation 3:20. Next week we move through chapters 4 and 5 and beyond. Become a Patreon and support this ministr…
 
Before we launch in to the nuts and bolts of sermons, I want to correct some common misconceptions about what sermons are, or in this case, what sermons aren't. At the top of my list is the fact that sermons are not identical with preaching. They're certainly related, but they aren't the same thing. Join me as I explain why and as I talk a little a…
 
We pick up on our conversation from episode 655 with Jeremy Boothy on covenant theology in the book of Hebrews by focusing upon Vos’s Triangle and the heavenly-centered understanding of typology expressed by the author of Hebrews. This leads us to discuss a redemptive-historical hermeneutic as well as the nature of new covenant membership in our pr…
 
The following books are on our radar for April 8, 2021. Barrett, Matthew. Simply Trinity: The Unmanipulated Father, Son, and Spirit (Baker, March 2021). 368 pages. $24.99. Paperback. Van Dam, Cornelis. In the Beginning: Listening to Genesis 1 and 2 (Reformation Heritage Books, March 2021) 384 pages. $30.00. Hardcover. Gribben, Crawford. Survival an…
 
What is the posture of Jesus toward those who trust him? In Matthew 11, Jesus invites the weary to come to him that they might find rest. He says he is gentle and lowly in heart. Is that how you have heard Jesus presented? Or have you been told that he is harsh, exacting, and probably disappointed in you? Members’ Podcast: Jon and Justin talk about…
 
For this week's discussion of Amillennialism, the guys are joined by Dr. Kim Riddlebarger - visiting professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary California. The trio sips Redbreast 12 year Irish whiskey while discussing the millennium, and the various interpretive lenses used to make sense of the Olivet Discourse in Matthew 24 and the …
 
This week we talk with Christina Fox about her new children’s book, Tell God How You Feel. Episode Resourses: Tell God How You Feel: Helping Kids with Hard Emotions by Christina Fox A Heart Set Free: A Journey to Hope Through the Psalms of Lament by Christina Fox A Heart Set Free with Christina Fox Theology Gals Episode Support Theology Gals monthl…
 
In an earlier episode, the Pugsters talked about Tolkien’s ideas of the value of pagan myth and the need to Christianize it. In this episode, Glenn picks up on that and applies it not to mythology but to culture, specifically, the religion of pre-Christian Ireland and what happened when it was Christianized. In pagan Ireland, the Druids were walkin…
 
Distilling The Gospel Into 5 Points With Easter fresh on our minds, join Adam and Logan as they break down what "the Gospel" is all about, why it's important, and how to share it with others. Housekeeping (1:55) It Takes Two Review by Micah It Takes Two Gameplay What Have We Been Playing (3:06) The guys talk about their time with Demon's Souls and …
 
My guest today is Rev. Kevin Swanson, a pastor, theologian, and former candidate for governor and Senate in the great state of Colorado. We're talking about why we need to fight for Christian marriage in our fight for the future. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★Mike Hutchinson
 
We pick up at verse 9 in Revelation chapter 1. We start with John giving us this vision he has of Christ. There is often some misinterpretations surrounding this text especially verses 13-15. With these taken out of context, it is easy to see how one could twist them...but we explore the greater context and provide a simple way to understand what J…
 
As you know, preaching in the United States is in particularly bad shape. Today I looked at R. L. Dabney's seven cardinal requisites of the sermon and spoke about how they related to the condition that preaching is in throughout Western culture. Donate cryptocurrency: BTC: bc1qkd6nr3fk9gnhacmwvwvpqe2q5er2uj82p69q34 LTC: LSeAFxaRWSREoLAxVYoLxFVsyPP4…
 
We turn to pages 250–255 of Geerhardus Vos, Biblical Theology: Old and New Testaments to consider God’s righteousness—particularly as it is revealed during the time of the Old Testament prophets. Vos speaks of God’s righteousness as "midway between the transcendental and communicative attributes" (250). God is the righteous judge. In human terms, a…
 
These are the books on our radar for April 1, 2021. Kuyper, Abraham. On Business and Economics (Lexham; Acton Institute, February 2021). From the Abraham Kuyper Collected Works in Public Theology series. 192 pages. $29.99. Hardcover with jacket. Selvaggio, Anthony T. Considering Job: Reconciling Sovereignty and Suffering(Reformation Heritage Books,…
 
“I never knew you; depart from me,” are words in Matthew 7 many of us fear we will hear from Jesus. Should we live in fear that we will finally be rejected by Christ for not doing enough? Was that his intention? Or did he mean something else? Members’ Podcast Description: Jon and Justin talk about the importance of law/gospel distinction in the Ser…
 
Jon and Justin talk about the importance of law/gospel distinction in the Sermon the Mount, as well as how to love and care for those with a tender conscience. This content is for our members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.Theocast
 
Today we take some time to look at Matthew 16:18. Was Jesus proclaiming Peter to be the first Pope? Is this passage justification for the Papal office? Who/What is the "rock" that Jesus will build his church on? EPISODE NOTES | SUPPORT | INSTAGRAM info@simpletheology.org • #simpletheologypod • 614.233.1098…
 
Justin and Blake sit down to discuss premillennialism while sipping the bitter Italian herbal liqueur known as Campari. The guys discuss both historic and dispensational varieties of premillennialism as well as some of the rapture theology which has sprung up around this discussion. Now through Friday 4/9, head over to http://distillingtheology.com…
 
In today's show, Chris introduces an important study of individualism that was published back in 1985 by Robert Bellah and a team of sociologists, entitled: Habits of the Heart--Individualism and Commitment in American Life". A best-seller at the time, the book is almost forgotten today, which is a shame since the world we live in is the world they…
 
Rev. Chris Wiley joins me today to talk about the subject of his book: The Household and the War for the Cosmos. What exactly is a household and how is it distinct from the family? Why does Paul suddenly start talking about households and marriages at the end of Ephesians? We talk about all of this and a lot more in today's episode. P.S.: I'm now a…
 
This week we talk about the recent controversy on whether empathy is a sin. We also discuss the book Gentle and Lowly, including some recent criticism of the book. Support Theology Gals monthly through Patreon Support Theology Gals witt a one time donation through PayPal Theology Gals merch Theology Gals Journals Episode Resourses: The Christian Vi…
 
Jesus is the winner!!! We begin our journey into the book of Revelation by asserting this truth and holding it through the final part of our eschatology series. We begin with the first 8 verses, and cover a lot of topics in this episode. We look at the different types of literature used from historical to apocalyptic, and discuss how we will interp…
 
All Christian parents are called to raise their children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord (Eph. 6:4). In Deuteronomy 6:4–9, the Lord commands his covenant people, Hear, O Israel: The LORD our God, the LORD is one. You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. And these words that I com…
 
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