Ep. #55: Resolved

Dale talks about being resolved to keep our hopes set on Jesus even when tribulation comes this next year. Subscribe to our podcast!

Ep. #52: Interview with Dr. Waddington on Thomas Aquinas

Dr. Jeff Waddington, from The Reform Forum podcast, joins Dale to have a conversation about Thomas Aquinas. Subscribe to our podcast! Show Notes: The Glory of God's Grace: Deification According to St. Thomas Aquinas, by Daria Spezzano Thomas Aquinas (Great Thinkers Series), by K. Scott Oliphant

Ep. #51: Interview With David Haines On Thomas Aquinas

In this episode Dale explores the reason for the rise of popularity in Reformed, Protestant circles of Thomas Aquinas by interviewing David Haines on Thomas' theology that could prove useful for Protestants. Subscribe to our podcast! Show Notes: Holy Teaching: Introducing The Summa Theologiae of St. Thomas Aquinas can be purchased here. 

Ep. #45: Theonomy Discussion with Brandon Adams

Lance and Dale interview Brandon Adams on the topic of Theonomy. Subscribe to our podcast! Show Notes: Brandon's articles on Theonomy on his blog contrast2.wordpress.com: 1689 Federalism and Theonomy Various Articles on Reformed Libertarian: General Equity Review of Joel McDurmon's book JD Hall and Joel McDurmon Theonomy Debate Analysis Combating the Theonomist Trap  

Ep. #43: The Importance of Language

Lance and Dale discuss the subject of language and how misusing it can result in the deterioration of Christian doctrine. Subscribe to our podcast! Show Notes: The Importance of Definitions by Lance Jones Response to Robert Gagnon

Ep. #35: Rules Without Reason, with Shane Morris

In this episode Shane Morris, editor at Breakpoint.org, joins Dale to discuss his latest article at Patheos titled Rules Without Reason: Why the Culture Is Eating Evangelicals For Lunch.  Shane and Dale discuss the consequences of abandoning natural theology and instead adopting a radical biblicism that leaves them in a crisis of authority concerning contemporary cultural issues... Continue Reading →

The Sure Mercies of David, by Brandon Adams

By Brandon Adams, first published here Recently, someone asked “If the Davidic Covenant was indeed one of works, where do the ‘sure mercies of David’ fit in, which were unconditional?” It’s a great question, and not the easiest one to answer. The Davidic Covenant is not discussed very much in 17th century particular baptist works. Samuel... Continue Reading →

Ep. #33: Antinomianism

Josh, Dale and Drew discuss the error of antinomianism and make necessary distinctions on how this error can manifest itself in the life of Christians. Subscribe to our podcast!

Ep. #30 Evenings With Berkhof (No. 5): The Attributes of God

We discuss the attributes of God from Louis Berkhof's book, A Summary of Christian Doctrine.  We talk about the subject in the framework of his incommunicable and communicable attributes, drawing out the Creator/creature distinction and expressing how the gospel uniquely communicates to us God's attributes.   Subscribe to our podcast!

Ep #28 Legalism

In this episode Josh and Dale discuss what legalism is theologically and some of the more practical ways it finds its way into the life of the church.

Thankfulness and Prayer Habits

Perhaps we think of thankfulness in terms of gratitude, which is a correct way to think of being thankful for someone or something; but as Christians when we think of being thankful to God we are not merely expressing our gratitude to him, we are engaging in worship. In many opening paragraphs in Paul's epistles... Continue Reading →

Dr. Clark and Dr. Renihan

Dr. R. Scott Clark has begun a series of blog posts titled Engaging With the 1689. This series began due to him not being able to fully interact with some of the details surrounding Particular Baptist theology (due to word limit) in his latest project Recovering the Reformed Confession, so this series is sort of... Continue Reading →

Bound Together In Love

The Church of Jesus Christ is marked by certain virtues, and when these virtues are applied to the relationships of the church they hold those relationships together. This is brought out very clearly in Colossians 3:12-14 where Paul lists these virtues and tells the church that they are to "put on" certain things that are... Continue Reading →

Selfies and Selflessies

The word "selfie" was declared popular enough to grab a slot in the Oxford Dictionary in 2013. In a sense, the addition of this word was very appropriate given the nature of the generation who made it popular. That is to say that the Millennial generation has become one that is, among other things, defined... Continue Reading →

Social Media Fosters Shallow Theology

Perhaps one of the most influential people in my life and development as a Christian has been my pastor, who has mentored me for the last 3 years. While my time studying under him has been beneficial on several fronts, one of the most valuable practices I have learned is to be humble. Now, I... Continue Reading →

The Continuity of the Church in Hebrews

Hebrews 3:1-6 provides one of the more clear texts that we can use to discuss the unity of the Church throughout history. It is primarily aimed at providing a comparison and a contrast between Jesus and Moses in order to convince the Hebrews of Jesus' superiority, and in the course of doing that the author... Continue Reading →

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