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The London Lyceum is a weekly conversation on analytic, Baptist, and confessional theology encouraging Baptists to think deeply and clearly. It hopes to foster depth and clarity by modeling habits of the mind for the Baptist. It hopes to encourage deep thinking through the Baptist confessional heritage, those documents that outline the basic beliefs of Baptist fidelity. It hopes to encourage clear thinking through precise thinking, which is common to analytic philosophy. It is nothing more than thinking in very clear and honest ways rather than vague tropes. For the very interested, "London" refers to our confessional Baptist crown jewel--the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. "Lyceum" is just a fancy word for a place of learning--it was Aristotle's "academy."

The London Lyceum Jordan Steffaniak and Brandon Ayscue

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The London Lyceum is a weekly conversation on analytic, Baptist, and confessional theology encouraging Baptists to think deeply and clearly. It hopes to foster depth and clarity by modeling habits of the mind for the Baptist. It hopes to encourage deep thinking through the Baptist confessional heritage, those documents that outline the basic beliefs of Baptist fidelity. It hopes to encourage clear thinking through precise thinking, which is common to analytic philosophy. It is nothing more than thinking in very clear and honest ways rather than vague tropes. For the very interested, "London" refers to our confessional Baptist crown jewel--the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. "Lyceum" is just a fancy word for a place of learning--it was Aristotle's "academy."

    Reviews and Resources - July 2020

    Reviews and Resources - July 2020

    Jordan and Brandon discuss several reviews and resources of note for July.Email us with questions, suggestions, etc. at contact@thelondonlyceum.comResources:Books: 1) God and Emotions, RT Mullins2) Divine Impassibility: Four Views of God's Emotions and...

    • 13 min
    Baptistic Congregationalism with Matthew Bingham

    Baptistic Congregationalism with Matthew Bingham

    Jordan and Brandon talk with Matthew Bingham about baptistic congregationalism. What is a Baptist, especially in the 17th century? What is the congregational way? What is congregational ecclesiology? What is a "robust consociation"? How similar is...

    • 53 min
    Hanover House - July 2020

    Hanover House - July 2020

    Jordan and Brandon join Jake and Conner and discuss how Christians should engage in contentious topics, especially online. What are some examples of contentious topics? Is it even worth being online when it is so toxic? How should pastors train the...

    • 51 min
    Freedom and Foreknowledge with Roger Turner

    Freedom and Foreknowledge with Roger Turner

    Jordan and Brandon talk with Roger Turner about God's foreknowledge and man's freedom. We learn about what counts as freedom, if there is a dilemma for God's foreknowledge and our freedom, what is accidental necessity, does ought imply can, and many...

    • 59 min
    Apologetics with Neil Shenvi

    Apologetics with Neil Shenvi

    Jordan and Brandon talk with former chemist Neil Shenvi about his Christian faith and apologetics. We talk to him about science and the Christian faith, his preferred apologetic "method", how church members can be better equipped to engage non-believers...

    • 48 min
    John Owen with Crawford Gribben

    John Owen with Crawford Gribben

    Jordan and Brandon talk with Dr. Crawford Gribben about the life and legacy of John Owen. Who was he? How did he become so popular in contemporary Reformed life? What was his relationship to scholasticism and medieval theology? What was his relationship...

    • 46 min

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