Here's Why so Many People Read Abraham Kuyper
Join us as we sit down with Mike Wagenman to discuss one of the most important theologians of the last 300 years: Abraham Kuyper. Kuyper still speaks powerfully to our day. The battle he was fighting to confess the Lordship of Jesus over all of life and the public truth of the gospel in the face of the powerful currents of modern humanism that sought to privatize the Christian faith is as important to the church today as then, if not more important! Michael Wagenman has given us a great popular introduction to Kuyper’s thought on the mission of the church in the public square set in his original context but with helpful reflection on its contemporary significance.
And Remedies for Our Heresies
Today we sit down with Michael Horton and ask him to ask him a thousand questions about justification. The doctrine of justification stands at the center of our systematic reflection on the meaning of salvation as well as our piety, mission, and life together. In his two-volume work on the doctrine of justification, Michael Horton seeks not simply to repeat noble doctrinal formulas and traditional proof texts, but to encounter the remarkable biblical justification texts in conversation with the provocative proposals that, despite a wide range of differences, have reignited the contemporary debates around justification.
Rightly Distinguishing the Law and Gospel is the Most Difficult & Highest art of Christians
"Rightly Distinguishing the Law and Gospel is the Most Difficult & Highest art of Christians" - CFW Walther Today we sit down with Dr. Jordan Cooper and discuss the proper distinction between the law and the Gospel - as well as CFW Walther's contribution to the subject.
Learning How to Read the Bible As One Story
In this episode we sit down for an interview with Dr Matthew Barrett to learn how to read the Bible as one story (and not just a bunch of bizarre un-related scenes) and how Jesus Himself read the Scriptures (as all pointing to Him).
Reformed Biblical Theologian, Confessional Presbyterian
Join us as we interview Danny Olinger, author of the definitive Geerhardus Vos biography. We explore Vos’ personal life, his theology, and we learn of Vos the poet and the sad reality of how he died in obscurity with less than 10 people at his funeral, but how his work has become the go-to for doing proper Biblical Theology and seeing the big picture of the story of God unfold.
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Christians are the ones who confess their belief in the Holy Trinity. In practice, however, we seldom hear sermons, rarely discuss or rely on the power of the Holy Spirit in everyday life. Hence, the Trinity plays only a nominal role for some believers, who in reality become mere monotheists...
Interview with Joel Beeke
The “good life” is a puff of vapor, for we live in a world of sin and misery and are rushing toward eternity. If you were on an airplane flying to another country where you would spend the rest of your life, which should your mind focus on: the snacks...
Interview with John Bolt
The Gospel is the good news that God in his grace saves the lost through the work of his Son Jesus Christ and restores us to fellowship with God. This is the treasure, the pearl of great price, that is true and valuable even if it had no consequences for...
Interview with Jordan Ballor
What is the “Gospel” and what practical implications does the Gospel make in my everyday life? The gospel is the good news of Jesus Christ, the savior of the world. We have all sinned and fallen short of God’s glory and his will, in what we have done and what...
Interview with James DeJong
What is the “Gospel” and what practical implications does the Gospel make in my everyday life? The “gospel” is the good news that life in all its dimensions is good, beautiful, meaningful and enormously satisfying when lived in fellowship the Lord Jesus and his committed followers. What is “sin” and...
Interview with Trevin Wax
The gospel is good news – a royal announcement that Jesus of Nazareth is the Son of God. He lived a perfect life in our place, died on the cross for our sins, was raised to launch God’s new creation, and is now exalted as King of the world. This...
Interview with John Frame
What is the “Gospel” and what practical implications does the Gospel make in my everyday life? The Gospel is the good news that God, the sovereign creator of all, sent his Son Jesus to die and rise again, to destroy sin and all its effects. God has ordained that those...