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Best Reformedtheology podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Reformedtheology podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Are we really going to let thousands of years of Western culture and civilization go up in smoke? The treasures of the past are being replaced by a plastic, consumer-driven world. A lot of us are tired of modern life—the pace, the expectations on all of us, the insane politics, the confusing religious landscape, the degrading entertainment industry, and the overwhelming mess of information available every second at our fingertips. And many of us are asking, Where did we go wrong? Can we ever ...
 
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.
 
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Jimmy and Joe are ready to get into some more ecclesiology and the 1689 Confession. Who is necessary for a local church to properly exist. What are the responsibilities of church members and church officers? How should officers of the church, elders and deacons, be appointed to serve? Plus, Joe is not invited to game night, and Jimmy turns “Kirk Ca…
 
In 1894, B. B. Warfield published an article in which he compared the views of the Westminster divines and the Reformers on the mode of inspiration. According to Warfield, the Reformers argued for a mode of concursus while the Protestant Scholastics argued for dictation. Dr. Jeff Stivason analyzes this characterization, speaking to Warfield's histo…
 
In this special quarantine episode, we discuss the theological issues and lessons learned from the initial weeks of staying at home during the global COVID-19 health crisis. Though many Christians are prevented from gathering physically to worship on the Lord's Day, the Lord has promised that his church shall never perish. While our worship practic…
 
In this two-part episode series, Pastors Michael G. Brown (author of Sacred Bond: Exploring Covenant Theology) and Samuel Renihan (author of The Mystery of Christ, His Covenant & His Kingdom) join Tony & Angela for a friendly discussion comparing and contrasting 1689 Baptist Covenant theology with Presbyterian & Reformed Covenant theology, with an …
 
Today’s episode is taken from the Doctrine and Devotion Live that ended our virtual conference this past weekend. In it Jimmy and Joe answer a question about communion, or The Lord’s Supper. What is necessary to observe the Lord’s Supper? Before it’s over the guys come back and answer a follow up question for more clarity. Note: this was done live …
 
The guys are back to talk a bit more about the coronavirus outbreak and the local church. Many of us are dealing with businesses closing, working from home, being laid off of work, churches suspending services, social distancing, isolation, lack of fellowship, and loneliness. How can we walk through this faithfully as Christians? How can the church…
 
Who would win? In one corner, a vast, decentralized network of Wuhan's finest gobbler bugs that you can't see, who just want to get to know your lungs a little more intimately and overwhelm your national healthcare system, and in the other, the overgrown Babylonian supertower ripe for a nice 10.0 earthquake of God's wrath. Are you ready for this fi…
 
Happy Monday, er’ybody! Jimmy and Joe are back to talk about the 1689 Confession and authority in the local church. What authority do elders have, and what authority does the congregation have? Did JMac The Lesser actually say “congregationalism is satanic?” For more of the guys' thoughts on church discipline listen to the 2016 episode on Church Di…
 
The guys planned on releasing this next week, but decided the issue is worth sharing now. And, besides—you listeners deserve a bonus episode! So here are Joe’s and Jimmy’s thoughts on the coronavirus and church service cancellation. Some churches are canceling Sunday services, others are not. Who is right? Who is wrong? The Doctrine and Devotion An…
 
The guys talk through the 1689 Confession, Chapter 26 paragraph 6, on the calling of the saints, the evidence of faith, and our ministry to one another in the church. Plus, Jimmy drinks English grandma tea, and Joe is stuck in the 80s. 2020 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Doctrine and Devotion's fourth annual conference is Friday, September 18 and Saturday, Sept…
 
We turn to pages 230–233 of Vos’s book, Biblical Theology, to speak about the mode by which the Lord delivers his message to the prophet. Man is made in the image of God, which means he has a special capacity to commune with God. Vos marvels at the way in which divine speech is transmitted to those made in his image. God's word is communicated in s…
 
Today Jimmy and Joe cover a lot of ground, discussing Joe’s trip to a recent Acts 29 meeting, answering listener emails about church plant poaching, preaching practices, and more. They also read their most negative reviews on iTunes. Plus, Joe is the worst at traveling. The 2020 Annual Conference Doctrine and Devotion's fourth annual conference is …
 
The guys sit down to discuss the Southern Baptist Convention—what’s good, and what’s bad. They’ve done this a few times (here and here, for example), but this is a response to questions about where the JoFo lands on some current controversies. It is sure to not satisfy everyone. What is good in the SBC, and what’s wrong in the SBC? LIsten up! REFER…
 
Jimmy and Joe talk about Jesus, the Pope, and the antichrist. Does the 1689 Confession really say the pope is the antichrist? Yes it does. What does the JoFo say? Where does the bible explicitly teach about antichrist and antichrists? How does the church fight against these antichrists? Plus, Jimmy is having a bad hair day. Listeners are encouraged…
 
Joe and Jimmy were honored to have dr. Joanne Jung on the podcast to talk about her books and the Puritan practice of “conference.” Dr. Jung, or “JJ” as Jimmy calls her, is the Associate Dean of Online Education and Faculty Development, and Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Biola University. She is the author of Knowing Gra…
 
Joe and Jimmy are back, trying to figure out their new recording equipment. They discuss ecclesiology: how sone churches are better than others, but that all churches, even the healthiest ones, are “subject to mixture and error.” And that some “churches” are not churches at all. Nevertheless, the church of Jesus Christ will persevere and grow until…
 
David VanDrunen speaks about his forthcoming book, Politics After Christendom (Zondervan Academic), reflecting upon the status and responsibilities of Christians in their contemporary pluralistic political communities. Dr. VanDrunen presents a biblical-theological model of political engagement and exploring themes such as race, religious liberty, j…
 
The guys step into Chapter 26 of the 1689 Confession to discuss the the “catholic” church and the local church as comprised of “regenerate members.” How should the doctrine of the “catholic” church impact our heart for the church? What does regenerate church membership mean and why does it matter? OUR SPONSOR Zondervan is honored to continue its lo…
 
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