Honor Everyone. Love the Brotherhood.
Game of Thrones Revisited
The brothers clarify their statements in the past about Game of Thrones. Hint: The only way to win the Game of Thrones is not to play.
ReSet Repair Bay 10 - Resurrection
The brothers finish up their ReSet series.
ReSet Repair Bay 9 - Relate
The brothers talk about relationships as they approach the end of Reset by David Murray
ReSet: Repair Bay 8 - Refuel
The brothers enter the final lap of ReSet by David Murray and talk about how to properly fuel our bodies.
William Lane Craig
The brothers tackle the theology of William Lane Craig, and what is wrong with it.
ReSet Repair Bay 7 - Reduce
The brothers prioritize this week's episode with a look at chapter 7 of David Murray's ReSet.
Reasonable rational theology/faith
Very reasonable gents who are smart and witty but not fratboy humor. Theologically sound.
“Honor everyone. “
That phrase just hit me right in the face. And these guys do just that.
Honor everyone; Love the brotherhood!
I have grown so much in understanding and conviction from listening to these two brothers discuss doctrine and practice. It has been both challenging and encouraging, and I am proud to be working with them in SORP!
-Luke, Steady Anchor Podcast
Affirming the Reformed Brotherhood
Today, I’m affirming the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast. I recently started listening but I’ve made my way back through some past episodes. I really want to commend Tony and Jesse for graciously presenting their theological positions, remaining firm, but speaking the truth in love. They are confidently convinced, but cautiously careful to present their theology in a way that is not condescending and cocky, (yes, I used six words starting with “c” on purpose because... why not?) Those who affirm the truth of Reformed Theology so often fall prey to self-righteousness, proving truth is dangerous in the hands of sinful man. Tony and Jesse are careful to guard against self-righteousness. That’s good because, well... self-righteousness is bad, (just ask Jesus). I’m also thankful the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast has been able to successfully engage modern theological topics and the modern culture with timeless theology to remind us we are all called to fix our minds on the things above, a calling which has remained the same for believers throughout every epoch of time. Finally, I enjoy the affirmations and denials... so...
I’m also denying, (because I want to play too), the negative reviews/ratings for this podcast. A good “rule of thumb” for evaluating star ratings/reviews is to remember one-star ratings are almost always emotionally charged because of a foundational disagreement. That means the evaluation is not about the production or faithful presentation of the content, but rather is most likely an objection to the content itself. My assumption is the one-star ratings are mostly a referendum on Reformed Theology writ large, and/or based on a general disagreement with a specific way to apply theology to an event or circumstance. Now illustrating: Baby + Bathwater—- woosch!
Good stuff Tony and Jesse. I’m proud of you guys and thankful for the show. Keep it up!