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Theology on the Go is a brief conversation on eternal truths. It features Jonathan Master — seminary president and author — and James Dolezal — author and university professor. Each bi-weekly discussion features a key biblical doctrine in both a thoughtful and accessible way, proving the relevance of theology for Christians every day!

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Theology on the Go is a brief conversation on eternal truths. It features Jonathan Master — seminary president and author — and James Dolezal — author and university professor. Each bi-weekly discussion features a key biblical doctrine in both a thoughtful and accessible way, proving the relevance of theology for Christians every day!

    No Creed but the Bible? Podcast

    No Creed but the Bible? Podcast

    No Creed but the Bible?
     
    James Renihan joins us. He’s president and professor of Historic Theology at IRBS Theological Seminary in Mansfield, TX. At issue: Is it accurate to say that Baptists have no confessions, and “no creed but the Bible”? Our guest quickly and politely debunks these myths!
     
    What motivated the 17th century Baptists to produce confessions, as they were already part of a broad Protestant movement that believed in the fundamental doctrines of Scripture? Hear what Renihan has to say about the interesting, uniting aspect of those confessions and about his upcoming project on the first London Confession.
     

     

    By Good and Necessary Consequence Podcast

    By Good and Necessary Consequence Podcast

    By Good and Necessary Consequence

    James and Jonathan welcome special guest Ryan McGraw. Ryan is academic dean and professor of Systematic Theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. His book, By Good and Necessary Consequence, is the topic of today’s conversation. It is part of the series Explorations in Reformed and Confessional Theology by Reformation Heritage Books.

     
    The phrase “by good and necessary consequence” appears in the Westminster Confession of Faith: Chapter 1, paragraph 6. What does this phrase mean, and why has Ryan written a book about it? How do we guard against abusing the principle by taking it too far and deriving whatever we want from any text of Scripture?
     
    Register for the opportunity to win a free copy of “By Good and Necessary Consequence.” The books are a generous gift from our friends at RHB.

     

    The Case for Biblical Archaeology Podcast

    The Case for Biblical Archaeology Podcast

    The Case for Biblical Archaeology 
     
    Jonathan and James meet to share a conversation with John Currid. He’s the Chancellor’s Professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, a trained archaeologist, and an ordained minister in the PCA. Dr. Currid is in to chat about his fascinating book, The Case for Biblical Archaeology.
     
    In what ways does such research serve Christians and the Church? How does archaeological knowledge help the lay Christian understand the Bible, and assist pastors in expositing Scripture? The book is accessible and edifying for all who will read it.
     
    Register for the opportunity to win a free copy of The Case for Biblical Archaeology. The books are a complimentary gift from our friends at P&R Publishing.

    The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self - Part 2 Podcast

    The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self - Part 2 Podcast

    The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self - Part 1
     
    Jonathan and James receive the visit of a close friend who has written one of the most significant books of 2020. Carl Trueman is the co-host of Mortification of Spin—another podcast from the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals—and professor of Biblical and Religious Studies at Grove City College in Pennsylvania. Carl’s new book is The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism, and the Road to Sexual Revolution. 
     
    Why do we believe that Carl’s topic is so relevant? Short answer: Because the sentence “I am a woman trapped in a man’s body” is not just a passing statement; it’s a declaration loaded with philosophical underpinnings that have developed in the past several hundred years carrying implications in the educational, socio-economic, political, and religious spheres, among others. 
     
    We’ll be happy to give away copies of The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self to some of our listeners. Register for the opportunity to win one! The books are a generous gift from our friends at Crossway.

     

    The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self - Part 1 Podcast

    The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self - Part 1 Podcast

    The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self - Part 1
     
    Jonathan and James receive the visit of a close friend who has written one of the most significant books of 2020. Carl Trueman is the co-host of Mortification of Spin—another podcast from the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals—and professor of Biblical and Religious Studies at Grove City College in Pennsylvania. Carl’s new book is The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism, and the Road to Sexual Revolution. 
     
    Why do we believe that Carl’s topic is so relevant? Short answer: Because the sentence “I am a woman trapped in a man’s body” is not just a passing statement; it’s a declaration loaded with philosophical underpinnings that have developed in the past several hundred years carrying implications in the educational, socio-economic, political, and religious spheres, among others. 
     
    We’ll be happy to give away copies of The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self to some of our listeners. Register for the opportunity to win one! The books are a generous gift from our friends at Crossway.

     

    Exodus Old and New Podcast

    Exodus Old and New Podcast

    Exodus Old and New
     
    Michael Morales is professor of Biblical Studies at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and his most recent book is getting some well-deserved attention. It’s titled Exodus Old and New, and Michael tells us how the book—which is not a commentary—traces the Exodus motif, which becomes the paradigm for redemption throughout God’s Word. What does the exodus from exile represent in the whole of Scripture? Listen as Michael chooses a few particular portions of Scripture to explain.

    We are giving away a few copies of Exodus Old and New. Register for an opportunity to win one. The books are a generous gift from IVP Press. 


     

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