As the podcast of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Confessing Our Hope provides biblically Reformed theological content from a distinctively confessional Presbyterian perspective.
#242 - "Christ's Pastoral Presence with His Dying People" by John Lafayette Girardeau
This special edition of Confessing Our Hope features a read sermon of John Lafayette Girardeau's, "Christ's Pastoral Presence with His Dying People." This sermon is on Psalm 23:4 and was published in a book of sermons entitled, "Southern Presbyterian Pulpit: A Collection of Sermons by Ministers of the Southern Presbyterian Church," produced and distributed in 1896 by the Presbyterian Church in the United States (PCUS) Committee of Publication headquartered (at the time) in Richmond, Virginia. When the time comes to pass into glory, may you rest in Jesus Christ as Savior.
#241 - Zack/h Attack on the Federal Vision Heresy
Podcast host Zack Groff welcomes GPTS student Zach Dotson into the studio to discuss the Federal Vision heresy. You might call this a "Zack/h Attack." Tune in for an overview, critique, and current appraisal of the Federal Vision movement and its influence in Reformed churches today.
#240 - Faith & Practice #62
President Emeritus Dr. Joseph A. Pipa, Jr. and Director of Advancement & Admissions Zack Groff field listener questions relating to creation care, mask mandates, the Westminster Standards, Christ's miracles, the Sabbath, women teaching in Sunday School, worship, and more!
#239 - "The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self" by Dr. Carl R. Trueman
In this episode of the podcast, Zachary Groff interviews Dr. Carl Trueman (Professor of Biblical and Religious Studies, Grove City College) about his recent book, The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism, and the Road to Sexual Revolution (Crossway, 2020).
#238 - "Thankfulness for Mercies Received, a Necessary Duty" by George Whitefield
This special Thanksgiving edition of Confessing Our Hope features a read sermon of George Whitefield's, "Thankfulness for Mercies Received, a Necessary Duty - A Farewell Sermon." This sermon is on Psalm 107:30, 31 and was preached on board the Whitaker, at anchor near Savannah, GA on Sunday, May 17, 1738. From all of us at Greenville Seminary, may the Lord bless you with a very happy Thanksgiving!
#237 - Pneumatology: Doctrine of the Holy Spirit w/ Dr. Ryan McGraw
In this edition of Confessing Our Hope, Zachary Groff interviews GPTS Professor of Systematic Theology Dr. Ryan McGraw on the subject of Pneumatology, the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit. For more information about GPTS, please visit gpts.edu.
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Quickly Becoming a Favorite
I love this Podcast. each episode is timely and relevant. It is a great way to keep your finger on the pulse of conservative Presbyterianism in the US and abroad.
One of my favorites!
Continuing a strong tradition
Bill Hill launched this podcast several years ago, and I am thrilled to be able to build on his excellent work. We feature author interviews, denominational reports, graduate spotlights, student interviews, topical sessions, and monthly Q & A sessions with Dr. Joseph Pipa. Though I may not like to listen to my own voice (I’m the host/moderator), I do enjoy the content brought to the table by my guests! :)