This podcast covers many different theological, historical and philosophical topics, with round table discussions, debates and theological commentary from different points of view. Emphasis is especially given to the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Reformed perspectives.
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Reviewing Mike Winger on Catholicism with Michael Lofton
Michael Lofton reviews Mike Winger’s criticisms of Roman Catholicism by showing their inconsistency and their bias. Mike Winger on Why I Can’t Be Roman Catholic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZVHHmCOjOg&t=3949s
Comedy Hour (Pop Lockin, Preacher Calls Out Church & Mike Winger on the Papacy) w/Michael Lofton
Michael Lofton reviews a video demonstrating “pop lockin” for Jesus, Pastor Jim Standridge who yells at his congregation and warns them “I’m important” and finally Pastor Mike Winger’s reasons for not being Roman Catholic.
Pope Paul VI on Dissent from Vatican II with Michael Lofton
Michael Lofton addresses Pope Paul VI’s comments on dissent from Vatican II, discusses the level of assent to be given to Vatican II and explains Pope Pius XII’s comments from Humani Generis on the level of assent owed to papal encyclicals.
Dr. Minerd and Dr. DeClue Discussion on Nouvelle Theologie
Dr. Matthew Minerd and Dr. Richard DeClue discuss the Nouvelle Theologie and some of their similarities and differences on the subject.
Discussion on Justification with a Lutheran Pastor
Michael Lofton and Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller discuss the differences between Catholics and Lutherans on justification. They examine the differences between initial and increases in justification and discuss the implications such a distinction creates for Catholics and Lutherans. They also discuss the reception of the concept of the “works of the law” in St. Paul and […]
Orthodox Art and Iconography with Jonathan Pageau
Questions Asked: 1. How did you become an artist and iconographer? 2. What is the difference between art and iconography? 3. Is working on an icon a prayerful activity? 4. What inspires you when you are working on your art? 5. How can others who may not have the talent you have begin to do […]
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One of, if not THE best theology shows on the internet today! These guys are so smart and well prepared and very balanced and charitable in the way they approach their interlocutors.
Sane and measured.
Not reactionary - but speaks truth about the issues in the church.
Thank you. Your voice is so very much needed and appreciated.
The Church Fathers on the Holy Trinity
I don’t know if Sam Shamoun ever watched “The Young Frankenstein,” but when he was giving the “Yes” dialogue at 34:58 it reminded me of the that movie.