Christ the Center is an audio program centered on Christian reformed theology. In each episode a group of informed panelists discuss important issues and stimulate listeners to critical thinking and a better understanding of reformed doctrine designed to yield godly living.
Vos Group #66 — God’s Relation to Time and Eternity
We turn to pages 243 244 of Geerhardus Vos s book Biblical Theology Old and New Testaments to discuss the prophet s view of God s relation to time and ...
A Critical Biography of Herman Bavinck
Dr James Eglinton speaks about the life and thought of Herman Bavinck Eglinton has written a superb biography of Bavinck that has been published by Baker Academic Bavinck and other ...
A History of Dispensationalism
Rev Michael J Glodo Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Dean of the Chapel at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando Florida speaks about dispensationalism and its development in light of ...
A Diaconal Ministry “Proportioned in Number”
C N Willborn describes the importance of a faithful and active diaconal ministry within the church Building upon contributions from Thomas Chalmers and other insightful theologians Willborn describes a ministry ...
The Resurrection in Acts
Dr Brandon Crowe speaks about the centrality of the resurrection in the book of Acts Dr Crowe has written The Hope of Israel The Resurrection of Christ in the Acts ...
History and Theology in the Thought of John Witherspoon
John Witherspoon 1723 1794 was an eighteenth century Scottish American Presbyterian minister and signer of the United States Declaration of Independence In this episode we speak with Robert S Null ...
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The kind folks at Christ the Center are solid reformed and confessional saints. If you are looking for Rich theological dialogue grounded in Scripture and the confessions, then you won’t find a better podcast than this. Consistent, edifying, challenging, yet not pretentious and even fun at time. It’s like you’re back at old Princeton with Vos and the rest of them. This is a rare find, and I beg Camden and the guys to stay true to the mission of simple, lovely, confessional, already / not yet content focused on the eschatological Lamb.
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One of the best Reformed Podcasts around. Insightful and in-depth.