Dr. Aaron Denlinger joins the podcast and discusses some of the dangers surrounding a simplistic understanding of history and how his calling as a Christian historian compels him to be honest about heroes of history and the context of their lives.
Systematic theologian Dr. Fred Sanders speaks of his discovery of theology, then discusses the Trinity. How is Trinitarian theology an act of praise? What do the missions of the Son and Spirit reveal about God? In classical Trinitarianism, what is a “person”? This and more!
Gregory Soderberg (PhD Candidate VU Amsterdam) speaks on the changes that were implemented in communion practice during the Reformation by Bucer, Calvin, and Oecolampadius.
PhD candidate and author Andrew Fulford discusses his new book Jesus and Pacifism: An Exegetical and Historical Investigation. What does it mean to love our enemies? Does Jesus affect our view of war?
(1:30) Andrew’s church background.
(4:00) the six key arguments for pacifism.
(10:00) what is natural law and how does it answer the pacifist arguments.
(19:00) what is the moral character of the conquest and its application for today.
(23:00) how are we to obey Jesus’ commands to love our enemies.
(25:00) how popular is pacifism for evangelicals.
(34:00) what is the positive case for God’s vengeance.
(36:00) why is pacifism persuasive for many young evangelicals.
PhD Candidate Simon Kennedy discusses the protection of religious expression in the post-Christian west and how different periods of history have viewed liberty of worship. He also explains how different understandings of the doctrine of the fall have influenced Christian views of political theology.
Pastor and author Daniel R. Hyde discusses the context of John Owen’s life and ministry and explains his lasting impact on Reformed theology and the broader church.
Dr. Michael Lynch discusses the context of John Davenant’s life and his impact at the Synod of Dort and contributions to our understanding of election and atonement.
In this special episode I sit down with Pastors Joe Rigney and Kevin Giles and get their reflections on the discussions about the doctrine of the Trinity that took place at the Evangelical Theological Society meeting in San Antonio, TX in mid November.
In this episode Pastor Ben Miller of Trinity Church Long Island (OPC) describes his call to the ministry and the ways he uses historical and systematic theology to build up the body of Christ.
In this special episode Dr. Brad Littlejohn examines the lives of Peter Martyr Vermigli and Thomas Cranmer.