15 episodes

Theology on the Go is a brief conversation on eternal truths with Jonathan Master, Executive Editor of PlaceForTruth.org, a voice of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. Each program features a pastor/theologian discussing key biblical doctrines in thoughtful and accessible ways. Theology on the Go will help you better understand the finer points of theology, while showing how relevant and important theology truly is for Christians today.

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Theology on the Go is a brief conversation on eternal truths with Jonathan Master, Executive Editor of PlaceForTruth.org, a voice of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. Each program features a pastor/theologian discussing key biblical doctrines in thoughtful and accessible ways. Theology on the Go will help you better understand the finer points of theology, while showing how relevant and important theology truly is for Christians today.

    Ecclesiastes - Life in a Fallen World Podcast

    Ecclesiastes - Life in a Fallen World Podcast

    Jonathan and James are happy to introduce our listeners to another great book written by Benjamin Shaw, who—for many years—was professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary…but recently took a position as Professor of Old Testament at Reformation Bible College in Orlando, FL. The book’s title is Ecclesiastes: Life in a Fallen World, and in it, Shaw describes Ecclesiastes as a big dose of realism without rose-colored glasses. 
     
    What contributions does the book of Ecclesiastes make to our understanding of the world? How do we apply this book to our lives, and how does Dr. Shaw “break it up” for his readers?
     
    We are pleased to be giving away a few copies of Ecclesiastes: Life in a Fallen World. Register for the opportunity to win one of them. They’re a generous gift from our friends at Banner of Truth.
     

    Foundations of Covenant Theology Podcast

    Foundations of Covenant Theology Podcast

    Foundations of Covenant Theology
     Jonathan and James are very excited to introduce Lane Tipton. He’s fellow of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Reformed Forum, and pastor of Trinity OPC church in Easton, PA.
    Lane has assembled an outstanding video series for the Forum titled Foundations of Covenant Theology, which he passionately calls “the history of heaven”.
    In this series, Lane seeks to ask (and answer) the question, How does the primal history from Genesis 1:1 to Genesis 2:2 provide a foundational interpretive lens for understanding Adam in the covenant of works in Eden? Tune in to hear about this relationship of earth to heaven.
     In cooperation with Reformed Forum, we’re pleased to offer our listeners the opportunity to win a free copy of the Foundations of Covenant Theology video series. Register!
    Show Notes


    Reformed Forum resources 




     

    Doctrine of God and Church Discipline - Q&A Podcast

    Doctrine of God and Church Discipline - Q&A Podcast

    Doctrine of God and Church Discipline - Q&A
     Jonathan and James answer a few listener’s questions as a follow-up to a prior episode. Our hosts address the question of how one can know if Scripture is speaking of God metaphorically or literally. How should one understand Scripture when it talks about God having body parts and emotions, such as passions and feelings? James uses the term “God’s absolute sourcehood” to establish the standard of judgment on such matters.
     Shifting gears, Jonathan tackles church discipline—what it is, and what it is intended to produce. How should 1 Corinthians 5 be understood where Paul dictates “no association” with the immoral person? Listen in!

     

    The Newton Guy Podcast

    The Newton Guy Podcast

    The Newton Guy
     Keith Plummer is professor at Cairn University teaching a variety of classes related to pastoral ministry, apologetics, and biblical courses. He also happens to work next door to Jonathan and James, lending a comfortable familiarity to their conversation.
     Keith shares how he became interested in the life of John Newton, and how that interest affected his reading habits. What is it in Newton’s words that provides such a benefit for pastors and other readers today?
     Have you considered allowing the writings of a mentor from the past to influence you? Listen to Keith’s recommendation on where to start!

     Show Notes
     ·  The Works of John Newton published by Banner of Truth
    ·  Follow Keith Plummer
    ·  A Guide to Godly Disputation by John Newton
    ·  Thoughts Upon The African Slave Trade by John Newton
     We’re pleased to offer you the opportunity to win a free copy of The Life of John Newton. Register! The books come courtesy of our friends at Banner of Truth.


     

    The First Five Years Podcast

    The First Five Years Podcast

    The First Five 
    Jonathan and James welcome their friend Stephen Unthank. He’s pastor of Greenbelt Baptist Church in Maryland, and a contributing writer for PlaceForTruth.org. Stephen shares his experiences as a relatively new pastor…the joys and challenges of the calling…and, how it all lined up with his expectations.
     Stephen’s convictions about the ordinary means of grace and the slow, steady preaching of the Word played an important role in his first years of ministry…not to mention the uniquely gifted people God has perfectly placed to serve alongside him. Listen to Stephen’s exciting and encouraging words!

    Show Notes
    ·  Reformation of the Church by Iain Murray
    ·  You Lift Me Up by Al Martin
    ·  The Work of the Pastor by William Still
     
    We’re pleased to give away You Lift Me Up. Register for the opportunity to win a free copy!
     



     

    Church Discipline Podcast

    Church Discipline Podcast

    Our dynamic duo brings up a topic that is usually difficult, and—many times—hard to swallow in the local church. Church leaders and congregants alike can also often misunderstand its procedure and purposes.  
    What is church discipline, and what does Scripture teach about it? What’s the purpose of church discipline, and what does it represent to the body of Christ? Jonathan and James answer those questions, and explain what ecclesiastical discipline is meant to protect as well. 
    If we say that we believe certain things about Scripture, we must back up that belief with action, drawing appropriate lines while caring for an offender. Difficult for sure, yet necessary nonetheless. Listen in! 
    Show Notes
    1 Corinthians 5
    Matthew 16
    Matthew 18




     

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