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Theologians discussing the Christian faith from their areas of expertise.

RTS Washington Faculty Podcast Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.

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Theologians discussing the Christian faith from their areas of expertise.

    How can the unbeliever "know God" (Rom. 1:18ff) (Tough Texts! Episode 12)

    How can the unbeliever "know God" (Rom. 1:18ff) (Tough Texts! Episode 12)

    Episode 193: How does the unbeliever "know God" (Rom. 1:18ff)? (Tough Texts! Episode 12)

    Returning to our "tough texts" series, this week we considered Romans 1:18-25. It's a challenging text for many reasons, but in particular we are discuss what this reveals about the unbeliever's knowledge of God. How do they know God, and what exactly does that knowledge entail? Is the knowledge of God "natural," and if so, what about other things that we seem to know "by nature?"

    • 43 min
    "For Thine is the Kingdom" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 9)

    "For Thine is the Kingdom" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 9)

    Episode 192. "For Thine is the Kingdom" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 9)

    The conclusion of the Lord's prayer redirects our thoughts to the God-centeredness of the Kingdom, and the posture of dependence in prayer. We also discuss the text-critical issues with this last line of the prayer and the place of the prayer in church liturgy.

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    • 27 min
    "Lead us not Into Temptation" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 8)

    "Lead us not Into Temptation" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 8)

    Episode 191. "Lead us not into Temptation" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 8)

    With this, the last petition of the Lord's Prayer, our Lord teaches us how to live faithfully in the world. What's the relationship between testing and temptation? How are we "kept" as we struggle against the world, the flesh, and the devil? Join us for this penultimate episode in our series on the Lord's Prayer.

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    • 36 min
    "And Forgive us our Debts" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 7)

    "And Forgive us our Debts" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 7)

    Episode 190. "And Forgive us our Debts" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 7)

    Jesus tells us to pray not only for our physical needs, but also our spiritual ones. In this episode we discuss how to best translate the word "debts," why Jesus uses that word instead of "sins" or "transgressions," and the importance of forgiving others even as we pray for ourselves.

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    • 30 min
    "Give us today our daily bread" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 6)

    "Give us today our daily bread" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 6)

    Episode 189. Thy Will be Done. Lord's Prayer Part 5

    Jesus turns from our prayer for God to prayer for ourselves, and we begin with "bread." Clearly bread means more than just bread, but what exactly? Today we discuss what this petition teaches us about ourselves, about our need for one another, and about our posture in prayer. Also: Gray has some thoughts about low-carb diets.

    We also have an opportunity to talk with Dr. Sutanto about his recently released book. You can check that out here: https://www.amazon.com/Clark-Handbook-Neo-Calvinism-Handbooks/dp/0567698084/ref=sr_1_2?sr=8-2

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    • 30 min
    "Thy Will be Done" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 5)

    "Thy Will be Done" (The Lord's Prayer, Part 5)

    Episode 188. Thy Will be Done. Lord's Prayer Part 5

    We round out our discussion of the first half of the Lord's Prayer this week by discussing that nature of God's providence. In his wisdom he has chosen to incorporate us, and our prayers, into the working out of his grand design. How does that impact what we pray about? How does it "work" theologically? And what does this petition tell us about God's work and wisdom?

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    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

Jpipdavis ,

Nerdery at its best

Perhaps over time the gang can go through the entirety of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Farkuslol ,

BRILLIANT! HELPFUL! BIBLICALLY PRECISE!

The faculty are all exceptionally credentialed and Biblically faithful! The style and tone of their conversations, in addition to their obvious enjoyment of one-another, provides an attractive invitation to listen in and share in the joy, comfort, and peace of the Gospel!

gerrygpi ,

History of philosophy.

Best classes ever by Gerard Pierre.

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