Three brothers in Christ discuss scriptural doctrines and how they apply to the believer's everyday pilgrimage through life, from a Reformed perspective.
The Sixth Commandment and Our Words
Nick and Scott talk about a Good Tweet, and what it means to consider the sixth commandment in our speech.
The Gospel is not a Death Sentence
Nick and Scott discuss the gospel, how it is good news and not bad news, why the law-gospel distinction is important, and why we need to be more honest about when we’re preaching the law.
The Lord’s Prayer: Sixth Petition
The Pilgrims discuss the sixth petition of the Lord’s Prayer: “Lead us not into temptation, and deliver us from evil.”
The Lord’s Prayer: Fifth Petition
It’s the Reformed Breakfastcast. Nick, Jim, and Scott settle the debate: When does winter start? Which is the superior breakfast meat: bacon, or sausage? And exactly how long does a while last? But then we dig in to the fifth petition of the Lord’s Prayer: “Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors”. What […]
The Lord’s Prayer: Fourth Petition
Nick, Jim, and Scott discuss the fourth petition: Give us this day our daily bread. We talk about God’s daily provision for all of our needs and the absolute reliance we have upon the Lord.
The Lord’s Prayer: Third Petition
Nick, Jim, and Scott discuss the third petition of the Lord’s Prayer, “thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven.” Also, Scott recommends a John MacArthur book??
Needs more Baptists
I have loved the fellowship and discussion from these episodes, and I have learned much from their episodes on confessional theology. It is refreshing to hear brothers who are so clear on where they stand; glad to be working with them in SORP!
-Luke, Steady Anchor Podcast
Appreciate this podcast
I just listened to the podcast about coronavirus and I am “anti-mask” but I have to say the way that you both handled the topic was so gracious and left me thinking about my own heart in some ways so I’m very thankful. Thank you for your podcast and your kindness! God bless!!!
This podcast has theology and real life application. I’ve learned much from these men as well as their guests. After all this I just might be reformed.