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The Jerusalem Chamber is a collaborative effort between four pastors to provide a round table discussion on the Westminster Confession of Faith.

The Jerusalem Chamber » Podcast Shawn, Kyle, Nathan, and Joel

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The Jerusalem Chamber is a collaborative effort between four pastors to provide a round table discussion on the Westminster Confession of Faith.

    Episode 24.6: Wilful Desertion

    Episode 24.6: Wilful Desertion

    What is wilful desertion? What times of desertion are not meant in the WCF? What does desertion look like? Is physical abuse desertion? Why is this paragraph needed today? What are some of the arguments used to justify divorce in today’s culture? Do you think there’s gray areas in certain scenarios for divorce? How is … More Episode 24.6: Wilful Desertion

    Episode 24.5: Adultery and Divorce

    Episode 24.5: Adultery and Divorce

    Can you biblically define “adultery” and “fornication”? What is a “contract,” and is there any relevance in this first sentence to us in a contemporary society? What might this paragraph say to the intent of marriage? Why is adultery after marriage lawful grounds for divorce? How far does “adultery” extend? Why is it that only … More Episode 24.5: Adultery and Divorce

    Episode 24.4: Relational Bounds of Marriage

    Episode 24.4: Relational Bounds of Marriage

    How does this paragraph relate to the previous one? What does “consanguinity” and “affinity” mean? How do we deal with the idea of incest when it comes to the children of Adam and Eve? Where does the Bible specifically address the laws of consanguinity and affinity? How do we know incest laws aren’t only for … More Episode 24.4: Relational Bounds of Marriage

    Episode 24.3: The Moral Bounds of Marriage

    Episode 24.3: The Moral Bounds of Marriage

    How does this paragraph treat marriage as a creation ordinance? Is this paragraph confronting Roman Catholicism? What is meant by “all sorts of people”? What does “with judgment to give their consent” mean, and why is it important? Why are Christians to marry only in the Lord? Why can we not marry anyone we love? … More Episode 24.3: The Moral Bounds of Marriage

    Episode 24.2: The Purposes of Marriage

    Episode 24.2: The Purposes of Marriage

    How do you think most people would answer the question about God’s design for marriage? Does the chapter’s ordering reflect anything historically or polemically? What is meant by “mutual help”? What does that look like? What is “legitimate issue”? How can Christians help support non-Christians in the area of marriage? Does God ordinarily build his … More Episode 24.2: The Purposes of Marriage

    Episode 24.1: The Parties of Marriage

    Episode 24.1: The Parties of Marriage

      Why do you think the WCF doesn’t begin this chapter with a definition of marriage? Can you provide a definition of marriage? How do we know, from the Bible or nature, that marriage is to be between a man and a woman? How relevant is this in today’s culture? Why does the WCF emphasize … More Episode 24.1: The Parties of Marriage

Customer Reviews

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56 Ratings

56 Ratings

RolloVS ,

Superb Podcast

The brothers responsible for this podcast have done the church an amazing service. This is a patient, painstaking exposition of the Westminster Confession of Faith and is highly recommended to those who are interested in Reformed theology. The only question is why you haven't subscribed yet...

Edwardsae1 ,

Helpful and Fun

I love these guys and their interaction. They bring the confession to life and make gear applications. Highly recommend to anyone interested in reformed and practical theology.

BCSSteve ,

Even Reformed Baptists Will Appreciate This Podcast

Excellent overview of the Westminster Confession of Faith. Something for everyone here whether you are a pastor, a seminary student, or a lay person just being introduced to the confessions and confessionalism. As a London Baptist Confession guy I have found this helpful since there is a lot of overlap between the two confessions and I appreciate the tone of these brothers who have strong convictions but aren’t divisive.

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