June 2, 2014

Here’s the program.On today’s podcast, I finished my series on Limited Atonement. I responded to a lecture titled “Limited Atonement and Hard Texts” by pastor Mathew Haney. I dealt with arguments from John 17 and the nature of propitiation. I also discussed universalistic texts from 2 Peter and 1 Timothy. If you haven’t heard the other programs, here are the other parts of the series:Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4I also mentioned that someone started a petition to send to James… Read more

June 2, 2014

Here’s the Podcast.On today’s podcast I discussed the question of heresy and heterodoxy. I defined the difference between these two terms, and talked about examples of both in the ancient church and contemporary theology. I argue that we should utilize the Sola Scriptura principle when defining false doctrine as heretical. Read more

June 2, 2014

Here’s the program.On today’s program I discussed a lecture I was sent by Jason Stellman on “Gospel Paradigms”. In this lecture, he argues that the Roman Catholic gospel paradigm fits the New Testament data better than the Prostestant paradigm. This lead to a discussion of issues as various as James 2 and justification, sola scriptura in the early church, and the development of dogma in Roman Catholic theology. Read more

June 2, 2014

Here’s the program.On today’s program I reviewed clips from sermons by Calvinistic baptist preacher Paul Washer. I discussed why I believe his theology to be dangerous.Here is the message of his that I referenced which I referred to as preparationist. Read more

June 2, 2014

Here’s the program.On today’s program, I answered two listener questions. The first was about Unitarian interpretations of John’s gospel; this launched into a discussion of the eternal generation of the Son as well as the communicatio idiomatum. The second question was about assurance in the book of 1 John.Here is the essay from Lee Irons that I referenced. Read more

June 2, 2014

Here’s the program. This past week has seen an eruption of posts on the Lutheran blogosphere on the topic of Sanctification. Because of my involvement in this discussion, I decided to focus the program today on that topic. I clear up some misconceptions and demonstrate the Biblical and Lutheran approach to sanctification and good works. Read more

June 2, 2014

Here’s the program. Today’s program was spent discussing issues in Reformed Theology. I briefly addressed Steve from Triablogue’s comments, and then went into a discussion from the program Christ the Center. The Reformed podcast Christ the Center had Dr. Lane Tipton of Westminster Seminary Philadephia to discuss an essay of B.B. Warfield titled the Plan of Salvation. In this discussion, Tipton made claims about Lutheranism that are inaccurate; he argued that Lutherans believe in conditional election to salvation based on non-resistance to God’s… Read more

June 2, 2014

On today’s program, I continued the discussion of limited atonement by finishing my review of a lecture by Dr. James White on the subject. The discussion centered on the book of Hebrews, and the high priestly prayer of John 17. Here is the program. James White is director of Alpha and Omega ministries and elder at Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church. His website can be found here. Read more

June 2, 2014

Listen here.On today’s program I decided not to continue with the Limited Atonement discussion until next week, due to the important events occurring today. I spent the program talking about the office of the Papacy, it’s history and how we should approach it today. Read more

June 2, 2014

Response to James WhiteOn today’s program, I continued my refutation of Limited Atonement by responding to a lecture on the issue by Dr. James White. James White is a Reformed baptist theologian, apologist, and elder and the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries.  Read more

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