14 episodes

The Hesed and Emet Podcast seeks to celebrate the steadfast love and faithfulness of Christ through discussions on Church History, Biblical Spirituality, The Bible, Christian Living, and Theology.

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The Hesed and Emet Podcast seeks to celebrate the steadfast love and faithfulness of Christ through discussions on Church History, Biblical Spirituality, The Bible, Christian Living, and Theology.

www.hesedandemet.com

    Undiminished Returns with Jeremy W. Johnston

    Undiminished Returns with Jeremy W. Johnston

    On this episode we talk with Jeremy W. Johnston about his new book, Undiminished Returns: Poems of A Christian Life.


     


    Twitter: @GandalfPirate


    Website: jeremywjohnston.ca


    Facebook: @JeremyWJohnston


     


    Books


    All Things New: Essays on Christianity, culture & the arts


    Undiminished Returns: Poems of a Christian Life


     


     

    • 39 min
    Paul's Big Letter with J. Aaron White

    Paul's Big Letter with J. Aaron White

    On this episode J. Aaron White discusses his new book Paul's Big Letter: A Kid-Friendly Journey Through Romans. 


     


    Other topics discussed


    - preaching in light of children in the service


    - family worship/devotions


    - leading and shepherding your wife toward greater joy in Jesus


     


    You can follow Aaron on twitter or on his blog


     


    Aaron's books:


    Man Up Kneel Down: Shepherding Your Wife Toward Greater Joy in Jesus


     


    Written for ages 8-12, Paul’s Big Letter will take your child on a fun, engaging, and understandable journey through the Book of Romans. A helpful resource for parents, grandparents, pastors, ministry leaders, and personal devotions, Paul’s Big Letter aims to bridge the gap that often exists for children when Paul’s epistles are being studied and expounded. May your children come to see the glory of God’s gospel!

    • 18 min
    Thomas Brooks and Precious Remedies against Satan's Devices with Christopher Osterbrock

    Thomas Brooks and Precious Remedies against Satan's Devices with Christopher Osterbrock

    On this episode we talk with Dr. Christopher Osterbrock about Thomas Brooks and his newly edited book Precious Remedies against Satan's Devices.


     


     

    • 47 min
    Reforming Culture with Gary Steward

    Reforming Culture with Gary Steward

    On this episode we discuss Gary Steward's new book Reforming Culture: J.W. Alexander's Christian Approach to Social Reform


    How should we address the social ills in our culture?  How should we respond to the social and economic inequalities around us?  James W. Alexander (1804–1859) thought deeply about these problems and wrote extensively about how these issues might be addressed from a Christian perspective. Alexander’s thoughts on government, economics, education, and race continue to be relevant for our own day.  While the complexion of our social ills may have changed, the solution to needs of our culture have largely remained the same.


     


    Books by Gary


    Reforming Culture: J.W. Alexander's Christian Approach to Social Reform
    God's Design, P&R (co-authored with Sally Michael)



    Princeton Seminary (1812-1929): Its Leaders' Lives and Works


    Justifying Revolution, OUP (forthcoming)


     


    Mentioned on this episode


    The Splendid and the Vile

    • 36 min
    Glorifying God through Art and Culture

    Glorifying God through Art and Culture

    This episode is a reading from All Things New: Essays on Christianity, culture & the arts by Jeremey Johnston. Read by the author.

    • 12 min
    A Pure Flame of Devotion with Steve Weaver and Ian Clary

    A Pure Flame of Devotion with Steve Weaver and Ian Clary

    On this episode we talk with Drs. Steve Weave and Ian Clary—the editors for A Pure Flame of Devotion: The History of Christian Spirituality (essays in honour of Michael A.G. Haykin).


     


    Here is some of the topics this episode covered:


    - the process of compiling and editing A Pure Flame of Devotion while keeping it a surprise


    - systems and tips for research


    - how can pastors encourage future historians


    - projects Ian and Steve are working on and reading


     


    Audio: How to research Baptist history by Terry Wolves


    Reformed Evangelicalism and the Search for a Usable Past: The Historiography of Arnold Dallimore, Pastor-Historian By Ian Clary
    Rivers of Living Water: Celebrating 125 Years of Hughson Street Baptist Church, Hamilton, Ontario, 1887-2012 by Ian Clary
    On the Road: The Original Scroll  by Deckle Edge

    Orthodox Radicals: Baptist Identity in the English Revolution Matthew C. Bingham 
    The Virtue of Nationalism by Yoram Hazony 
     


    You can follow Steve Weaver on twitter (@steveweaver) or find him on his blog, Pastor Historian


     


     

    • 47 min

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