Listen as two Reformed and Presbyterian hosts discuss some of the lesser-known elements of reformation history and theology.
Theodore Beza: The Lost Poet
Theodore Beza was in many ways John Calvin's right hand man and successor in Geneva, but he was much more than that. As we begin a four part series on the life of this influential reformer, we discuss his childhood and young adult life up until he arrives in Geneva for the first time.
Van Til: The Philosophical Controversy
Zach and Christian discuss the relationship of theology and philosophy using the life of a controversial figure as a springboard. So controversial, in fact, the two hosts get into a sharp disagreement on what we should and shouldn't emulate from him!
Why Study Church History?
Zach Dotson and new co-host Christian Herring share personal and practical reasons why we should seriously study the history of Christ's church in the world.
The Reformed Faith in Canada
This episode features Dylan Morscheck subbing in for Jacey Davison as co-host. Dylan and Zach discuss a bit of the history of Presbyterianism in Canada. A special episode to celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday July 1, 2017!
Sermons & Sermonizing
Today Zach and J.C. discuss some of their favourite preachers of the past with short biographies and selected sermon excerpts. 1. Theodorus Frelinghuysen - Sermons 2. Thomas Brooks - Christ's Love For Us - Sermons 3. Christmas Evans - Sermons - (Sermons in html) 4. Robert Murray M'Cheyne - Sermons (Sermons III and XXIV referenced) 5. Moses Hoge - Sermons
Theodorus Jacobus Frelinghuysen
Listen as Zach & J.C. discuss the fascinating life and ministry of the controversial dutch pastor who ministered in the United States at the dawn of the first great awakening.
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