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Jeremy Howard and Kenn Chipchase talk about how we can make sure we are accurately grasping the relative value of various theological and practical issues.

Do Theology Kenn Chipchase; Jeremy Howard

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 24 Ratings

Jeremy Howard and Kenn Chipchase talk about how we can make sure we are accurately grasping the relative value of various theological and practical issues.

    What Just Happened in Anaheim? An Interview with Tom Ascol

    What Just Happened in Anaheim? An Interview with Tom Ascol

    Tom Ascol talks about the Southern Baptist Convention that took place in Anaheim in June 2022.

    • 18 min
    068: Understanding God’s Covenants with Paul Henebury aka Dr. Reluctant (part two)

    068: Understanding God’s Covenants with Paul Henebury aka Dr. Reluctant (part two)

    This episode is sponsored by West Eden! Get 15% off with code dotheology15 at https://westeden.co.

    In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Dr. Paul Henebury, who goes by the nickname "Dr. Reluctant" online. As you've probably come to expect, Jeremy's oversight of the A/V in this episode has led to some A/V problems. At the start of some of his sentences it kind of sounds like a T-Rex is growling. Have no fear -- it's just some by-product of Zoom's recording.

    Find out more about Paul on his website: https://drreluctant.wordpress.com

     

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    • 43 min
    067: Understanding God’s Words with Paul Henebury aka Dr. Reluctant (part one)

    067: Understanding God’s Words with Paul Henebury aka Dr. Reluctant (part one)

    This episode is sponsored by West Eden! Get 15% off with code dotheology15 at https://westeden.co.

    In this episode, Jeremy is joined by Dr. Paul Henebury, who goes by the nickname "Dr. Reluctant" online. As you've probably come to expect, Jeremy's oversight of the A/V in this episode has led to some A/V problems. At the start of some of his sentences it kind of sounds like a T-Rex is growling. Have no fear -- it's just some by-product of Zoom's recording.

    Find out more about Paul on his website: https://drreluctant.wordpress.com

     

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    • 50 min
    066: Thoughts on Ordination and Some Announcements

    066: Thoughts on Ordination and Some Announcements

    Jeremy and Kenn share some announcements before talking about their thoughts on ordination.

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    Chapters:

    0:00 Introduction

    2:20 Announcements

    15:32 Ordination

     

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    • 37 min
    065: Tests of Orthodoxy

    065: Tests of Orthodoxy

    This episode is sponsored by Kress Biblical Resources. Use promo code "do theology" for 40% off plus free shipping on orders over $20 at https://kressbiblical.com. Offer expires May 31st.

    Most Christian agree that it is wise to consider the varying levels of importance across doctrinal categories--some call it theological triage. However, not all Christian agree on where the lines are drawn and what gets put into each category. When the disagreement happens, what do we do? How do things about others who seem to be wrong categorizing doctrine? Is keeping doctrine in its place itself a primary issue? We hope this discussion will help answer those questions.

     

    0:00 Introduction sponsored by Kress Biblical

    3:23 Explanation of the Problem

    9:28 Love-Driven Knowledge

    28:48 Avoiding Controversies

    32:59 The Tyranny of the Weaker Brother

    35:19 The Place of Secondary Doctrine

    51:07 Insisting on Humble Truth

    55:35 Bye

     

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    • 56 min
    064: The State of Debate with James White

    064: The State of Debate with James White

    Recently, Jeremy had a chance to sit down with Dr. James White and talk about debating. Because Jeremy set up the technology, the quality of the recording is substandard. Please find it in your heart to forgive him.

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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Psalm712324 ,

One of my favorite podcasts

These guys are a breath of fresh air. Theologically sound, unpretentious, funny. Their thinking on theological triage is among the most careful and principled I’ve encountered. I genuinely thank God for Jeremy & Kenn!

lakelady91 ,

Must listen, yet....

Do Theology is (content wise) a terrific podcast and I commend the guys for their hard work. But it can be painful to listen to two people who both seem to be introverts speak on these topics. What should be, ultimately interesting, engaging and even challenging topics, end up being churned into a somewhat boring, slow monotone of beige. But, I listen because they hit on topics no one else is, they care about the body, they care about helping us “do theology”, and they are brave in a culture full of cowards. They are great examples of practicing disagreement without sinning.
The Abendroth interview was terrific and I hope they get many more guests to interview and encourage the body. The Do Theology podcast is worth a listen, if you’re an extrovert it will, at the very least, teach you to slow down.

aallen554 ,

The Chart!!!! LOVE It

I Am currently discerning a new Church home due to Modernism infiltration of my lifelong church - so I’m currently exploring different denominations . But was getting in the weeds with every little last bit of theology minutiae. This chart and these guys really helped me get out of the weeds and open my heart even wider!!!!!!
I really think the chart can help all Christians really practice good sound ecumenism. Not a false “kumbaya” ecumenism.

Praise be to God!!!!

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