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“Exegetically Speaking” is a weekly podcast of the friends and faculty of Wheaton College, IL and the Lanier Theological Library. Hosted by Dr. David Capes, former Dean of the School of Biblical & Theological Studies and Professor of New Testament, it features language experts discussing the importance of learning the biblical languages—Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek—and showing how reading the Bible in the original “pays off.” Each podcast lasts between seven and eleven minutes and covers a dif ...
 
Why did Paul write the book of Galatians? Was it to warn Gentile Christians away from getting sucked into the dead religion known as Judaism? Was it to expose the uselessness of the Law of Moses in the life of a believer in Jesus? Was it to show fellow Jewish believers that to fall back to a life of ceremony, ritual, circumcision, Sabbath, Feast Days, kosher, etc., was to fall back into slavery and bondage, and that they should instead keep pressing forward to the freedom found only in a rel ...
 
Travis Morin is a Pastor in Roatan, Honduras. After 16 years running a multi-million dollar advertising agency in Tennessee, Travis and his family left the states in 2012 to begin Roatan Mission Fellowship, a 501 C3 organization and pursue service to the Lord in Central America. He and his wife have been married since 1995 and have four children. He is involved in church planting, pastor training, dump ministry and evangelism. His heart is for God's Word and for God's people to be actively b ...
 
Sermons from the pulpit of Gospel of Grace Fellowship in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada. We are an evangelical church that seeks to worship God through fellowship, prayer, the ordinances of Jesus Christ, and by preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations. We strive to preach verse by verse through books of the Bible, maintaining proper context and faithfully representing the whole counsel of God.
 
This podcast series explores the Gospel of Matthew as literature, as a story. I make the argument that the story is one of a nonviolent revolutionary peasant leader named Jesus or Joshua (depending on whether you transliterate from the Greek or the Hebrew). The story, therefore, is sociopolitically subversive. Not only is the story subversive in its content, it is also subversive in its form. It parodies an ancient genre of literature common among the upper classes.I will make the argument t ...
 
It is my passion to be true to God and His Word. To preach in such a way that people can easily see God as our Creator and as our Redeemer. To understand that God's Word is the same yesterday, today and forever even as we live in a world that is continually changing. Salvation is and has always been through faith alone in the Messiah alone. His name is Jesus the Christ; there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.”
 
Welcome to Tool Talk from Exegetical Tools, where we discuss sound practices and solid resources for students of the Scriptures. Host Travis Montgomery sits down (or rings up) pastors, scholars, and students to ask them about tools they're using to study the Bible, exegetical and theological issues they're currently engaging, and Scriptures that are ministering to their hearts.For more great resources, check out exegeticaltools.com or follow ET on social media (@exegeticaltools).
 
Desperation Church works through the Bible verse by verse each weekend as a part of our sermon study. We believe the greatest story ever told should be shared in a dynamic, energetic and authentic way. Pastor Bil (and occasionally other folks from the DC Community) deliver practical Biblical teaching grounded in the original context that honors the Jewishness of Jesus with direct application for the community God has called us to lead. We hope you enjoy this podcast and welcome your comments.
 
Preaching Today exists to encourage and equip preachers to faithfully and creatively proclaim God's Word so that the church grows up into the fullness of Christ. Monday Morning Preacher is for preachers by preachers. Each episode focuses on one unique aspect of preaching and explores how preachers can grow in their craft. Email the podcast at mmp@preachingtoday.com.
 
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 ...
 
In my opinion as one who embraces both Yeshua as Messiah as well as the Torah of Moshe as a practical guidebook for everyday living, I believe historically, the book of Galatians has misled Christian commentators due largely to the technical discussions of biblical topics ranging from circumcision, to the Torah, to freedom in Christ. Rav Sha'ul (a.k.a. Paul or Saul) uses quite a number of technical phrases and words in this letter and these terms, when removed from their original 1st century ...
 
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How can you exegete like John Stott? In this episode, Matt Woodley and Kevin Miller explore that question. They reflect on Stott’s sermon “The Greatest Invitation Ever Made” that’s based on Matthew 11:28-30, which includes two invitations for listeners. Sometimes, preachers don’t know what to bring into the sermon and what to leave out. “We dump wa…
 
Dr. Matthew Bates is Associate Professor of Theology at Quincy University. He recalls how, having majored in physics as an undergraduate, he learned beginning Greek independently before jumping into second-year Greek in seminary. Among his several publications are The Birth of the Trinity (Oxford, 2015) and Salvation by Allegiance Alone (Baker, 201…
 
This message was preached at New Testament Christian Fellowship in Claremont, NC on June 27, 2021. The focus is the second of eight classes of wicked people who are in line for the Lake of Fire—the UNBELIEVING. God classifies the sin of unbelief with whoremongers, sorcerers, and murderers. It is the seed of cowardice and a host of other sins. Unbel…
 
From Palm Vista Community Church Live Stream on July 18th, 2021 - https://youtu.be/mabIHSQ_jTc Growing Up: A Series on Discipleship Message Title: "Purpose of a Disciple" God has used Palm Vista to bring many to saving faith in Jesus Christ and to train leaders for gospel ministry in South Florida and beyond. Find out more about us at www.palmvista…
 
Palm Vista Community Church Live Stream July 11th, 2021 Message Title: "Portrait of a Disciple" God has used Palm Vista to bring many to saving faith in Jesus Christ and to train leaders for gospel ministry in South Florida and beyond. Find out more about us at www.palmvista.org #palmvista​​ #church​​ #miami​​ #bible​​ #desiringgod​​ Para traducció…
 
Jesus Christ himself not only modeled what biblical leadership looks like, but he also designed the way the church would be led by servant-leaders, and leading servants. Today we look at the two official offices of the church, why they matter, how the requirements really apply to us all, and how only Jesus makes leading possible.…
 
This interview is focused on hearing the Gospel in today's context. I interview a local pastor of a bilingual Spanish-English congregation, Pastor Marcos Canales. Pastor Canales hears the Gospel as one who has lived the effects of colonization as Jesus did. Also, his congregation just finished a study of the Gospel of Mark, a major source for Matth…
 
Dr. Joshua Jipp is Associate Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Among his other publication are Saved by Faith and Hospitality (Eerdmans, 2017) and The Messianic Theology of the New Testament (Eerdmans, 2020). He argues that “Christ” is not only a name for Jesus when it is used in many NT passages, but a title: messi…
 
One of our listeners gives a brilliant modern-day analogy to help us understand and interpret "The Parable of the Tyrant King and the Unforgiving Servant." Also, Time magazine came out with an article on air conditioning, and one place in Canada recorded 121 degrees Fahrenheit! Support the show (https://paypal.me/ParodySubversion?locale.x=en_US)…
 
How can you practice deliberately as a preacher? In this episode, Matt Woodley explores that question with Jared Alcantara, associate professor of preaching at Baylor University’s George Truett Theological Seminary in Waco, Texas. Deliberate practice in preaching is a “relentless ongoing commitment to growth.” He also cites the work of K. Anders Er…
 
Carmen Imes (Ph.D., Wheaton College) is Associate Professor Old Testament at Prairie College (Canada). She has published several works and is working on a second book for InterVarsity Press entitled Being God's Image. She talks about her own history with the Hebrew language, and discusses the phrase in Ecclesiastes sometimes translated as “Meaningl…
 
God has put in place a design of wide-ranging order for all of creation and human society at all levels. Human flourishing and God’s glory is brought about when we live into, and all submit to this ordering of creation and society. Today we look at the challenging call for men and women, created equal by God, to submit to the God-given order of dis…
 
The parable at the end of chapter 18 of Matthew is usually called "The Parable of the Unforgiving Slave" because it is understood to be about the behavior of one character in the parable. But a closer examination of the parable in its historical context reveals that it is not just about one person's behavior but also about systemic and structural i…
 
Dr. Madison Pierce is Assistant Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Among other things, she has co-edited Muted Voices of the New Testament (T&T Clark, 2017). In this episode she argues that it is the Holy Spirit himself that is being distributed in Heb. 2:4, rather than gifts of the Spirit, as in some translations.…
 
This message was preached at New Testament Christian Fellowship in Claremont, NC on June 20, 2021. The focus is the terrible disjunctive conjunction (but) that introduces the last hellfire warning in Scripture and the first of eight classes of wicked people who are in line for the Lake of Fire. Cowardice is a little fire that kindles great evil, an…
 
Chapter 1 is all about Paul’s CHARGE to Timothy and the people of God to protect the gospel from the distortions of false teachers which cause division and pride. We are charged to not only to celebrate the gospel, but so work it into our personal lives and churches that we overflow with praise as Paul did, due to God’s grace overflowing in his lif…
 
“Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again he cannot see the kingdom of God.” In John 3:1–15, Jesus’ teaching about the new birth confronts Nicodemus with his hopeless spiritual condition apart from God’s regenerating grace. All of Nicodemus’ religious zeal and law-keeping cannot replace his need to be supernaturally born again. Tune in …
 
How can you provide a clear path for people to hear God’s word? In this episode, Matt Woodley explores that question with co-host Kevin Miller. He’s a rector at Church of the Savior in Wheaton, IL with ten years of preaching experience. Miller makes a case for the one point sermon, citing Haddon Robinson who said “a central unifying idea must be at…
 
In this episode, I make the case that what normally has been understood as a passage about "church discipline" is actually about an alternative criminal justice system. The language used is language of ancient judicial proceedings in both Judea and the wider Greco-Roman world. So those who are today talking about abolishing the current criminal jus…
 
Dr. Scott Callaham is Lecturer of Hebrew and Old Testament at Baptist Theological Seminary, Singapore. Dr. Callaham has written extensively on Hebrew grammar and on broader issues of theology and ministry. In this episode, he discusses with Dr. Capes his mid-life calling to learn Chinese and then to teach through the medium of Chinese in Singapore.…
 
This message was preached at New Testament Christian Fellowship on June 13, 2021. Its focus is upon the second thing that John hears in Revelation 21, the voice of GOD ALL IN ALL from the throne, the exhortation of a very personal God who promises to make all things new and commands John to write down His Words, for they are TRUE and FAITHFUL. Some…
 
In John 2:13–25, after Jesus clears the temple, he issues a bold claim: “Destroy this temple and in three day I will raise it up.” For centuries, the Jerusalem temple had stood as the physical meeting place between God and man, a place where atonement was made for sin, and where God communed with his people — a place of worship. Here Jesus declares…
 
Dr. Paul Anderson, Professor of Biblical and Quaker Studies at George Fox University, observes that while some scholars have not viewed John’s Gospel as a reliable source of historical information because of its theological Christ-hymn in John 1:1-18, its Greek vocabulary and form actually suggest it was added to the Gospel by John the Elder after …
 
Andrew Burlingame, an alum of Wheaton’s Classical Languages program, is Assistant Professor of Hebrew at Wheaton College within the Department of Modern and Classical Languages. He was at the time of recording a Ph.D. candidate in Northwest Semitic Philology, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago, but he has since gr…
 
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