100 episodes

A weekly discussion of theology from a Lutheran perspective.

Just and Sinner Podcast Jordan B Cooper

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    • 4.8, 101 Ratings

A weekly discussion of theology from a Lutheran perspective.

    Of the Ministry of the Church (Augsburg Confession Article V)

    Of the Ministry of the Church (Augsburg Confession Article V)

    This program is a continuation of our study of the Augsburg Confession. In this podcast, I discuss Article V On the Ministry of the Church.

    • 57 min
    Questions and Answers from June 2020

    Questions and Answers from June 2020

    This was a livestream in which I addressed listener questions on a variety of topics including: Augustine, regeneration, Sola Scriptura, monergism, and modern art.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    The Word of God as a Means of Grace (Jacobs Study)

    The Word of God as a Means of Grace (Jacobs Study)

    This program is a continuation of our study of Henry Eyster Jacobs' book A Summary of the Christian Faith. We discuss his chapter titled The Word of God as a Means of Grace.

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Defining Pelagianism and Semipelagianism

    Defining Pelagianism and Semipelagianism

    On this program I continued my response to Dr. Leighton Flowers as I discussed the historical definitions of both Pelagianism and Semipelagianism.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    A Critique of Leighton Flowers on Total Inability

    A Critique of Leighton Flowers on Total Inability

    This program is a critique of recent comments from Dr. Leighton Flowers on the subject of total inability, or the bondage of the will.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Relationship Between Baptism and Faith

    The Relationship Between Baptism and Faith

    On this program, I responded to an article titled, "Sola Fide Compromised? Martin Luther and the Doctrine of Baptism," in which the author argues for an inconsistency between sola fide and baptismal regeneration.

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
101 Ratings

101 Ratings

sammbard ,

Solid and thought provoking

Pastor Jordan Cooper is one of those rare humble geniuses. He knows what he's talking about and refrains from speaking about anything about which he feels less than fully educated. Would that we were all like that. What first caught my attention about this podcast is how fair Cooper is to his theological opponents. He actually knows and fairly and accurately represents the other perspective even while disagreeing. Again, would that we were all that way.

Please keep up this great and educational podcast and being an outstanding example of a scholar and a gentleman

SwamTheRhine ,

Instrumental

This podcast has been instrumental in this former cold-blooded Presbyterian making his way into confessional Lutheranism. I’m indebted to Pastor Cooper!

KenMillerTime123 ,

Great Resource

I came out of a MacArthurite church where Law and Gospel were not rightly distinguished and there could be no genuine assurance of salvation. I was drawn to the Lutheran tradition because I discovered Luther in college and I started hearing guys like Rod Rosenbladt who sound a lot more like Luther than the contemporary "Reformed" Baptist, if such a label is even accurate. Coming to Lutheranism because of the clear Law/Gospel distinction, I needed to investigate the teachings of the Lutheran Confessions to determine whether they were biblical. Pastor Cooper has been a tremendous help in this regard. I would highly recommend his podcast to anyone interested in historic, confessional Lutheranism. Check out an AALC or LCMS church in your home town. You may be pleasantly surprised.

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