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The London Lyceum is a weekly conversation on analytic, baptist, and confessional theology encouraging listeners to think. It hopes to foster serious thinking by creating an intellectual culture of charity, curiosity, and critical thinking. Find out more about us at our website: www.thelondonlyceum.com

The London Lyceum Jordan Steffaniak and Brandon Ayscue

    • Religion et spiritualité
    • 5,0 • 53 notes

The London Lyceum is a weekly conversation on analytic, baptist, and confessional theology encouraging listeners to think. It hopes to foster serious thinking by creating an intellectual culture of charity, curiosity, and critical thinking. Find out more about us at our website: www.thelondonlyceum.com

    The Hanover House - Baptists and Communion

    The Hanover House - Baptists and Communion

    Jordan is joined by Jesse Owens, Jonathan Baddley, Jake Stone, Garrett Walden, Cody Floate, and Conner McMakin on this first-ever live Hanover House episode to discuss Baptists and the practice of communion--who can come to the table? They cover the main historical viewpoints and then discuss which is theologically and biblically most accurate.

    Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website.

    Resources:

    1) A Modest Plea for Free Communion at the Lord's Table, Daniel Turner
    2) Calvinism, Communion and the Baptists: A Study of English Calvinistic Baptists from the Late 1600s to the Early 1800s, Peter Naylor
    3) A Treatise on Church Order, John Dagg
    4) A Sober Discourse of Right To Church-Communion, William Kiffen
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    • 1h 21 min
    Spurgeon's Ecclesiology with Geoff Chang

    Spurgeon's Ecclesiology with Geoff Chang

    Jordan and Brandon talk with Geoff Chang about Charles Spurgeon's ecclesiology. They cover topics like how engaged was Spurgeon in the membership process? Did Spurgeon use the 2LBCF for new members or members? How did Spurgeon set the conditions for baptism and the table? How did Spurgeon maintain church discipline? Did the Metropolitan Tabernacle have congregational members' meetings? How did those operate? Did the Metropolitan Tabernacle have both elders and deacons? How did they function? What were Spurgeon's thoughts on associationalism among Baptist Churches? And more.
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    Resources:

    1) Lectures to My Students, Charles Spurgeon
    2) An All-Round Ministry, Charles Spurgeon
    3) Soul-Winner, Charles Spurgeon
    4) Lost Sermons of Spurgeon, Charles Spurgeon
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    • 38 min
    Divine Immensity and Omnipresence with Ross Inman

    Divine Immensity and Omnipresence with Ross Inman

    Jordan and Brandon talk with Ross Inman about the doctrine of divine immensity and omnipresence. They cover topics like what are these attributes, how do they fit in ways we have categorized the attributes in the past, what does it mean for God to be present everywhere, and more.
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    Find out more about Ross at his website.

    Resources:

    1) The T&T Clark Handbook to Analytic Theology
    2) Divine Conspiracy, Dallas Willard
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    • 55 min
    John Gill on Catholicity and the Covenant of Redemption with David Rathel

    John Gill on Catholicity and the Covenant of Redemption with David Rathel

    Jordan and Brandon talk with David Rathel about all things John Gill. They cover topics like what Gill thought about catholicity, how he sought to promote it, what Gill thought about the covenant of redemption, why Gill was so influential among Baptists, and more.
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    Resources:

    1)  “A Case Study in Baptist Catholicity: The Scriptures and the Tradition in the Theology of John Gill.” Baptist Quarterly 49, no. 3 (2018): 108–116. 
    2)  “John Gill and the History of Redemption as Mere Shadow: Exploring Gill’s Doctrine of the Covenant of Redemption.” Journal of Reformed Theology 11, no. 4 (2017): 377–400.
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    • 46 min
    The Hanover House - Creeds and Hymns with Tony Costa

    The Hanover House - Creeds and Hymns with Tony Costa

    Jordan and Brandon are joined by Jake and Cody as they talk with Tony Costa about creeds and hymns. They cover topics like what are creeds, how does the Old and New Testament speak to creeds, do they also have creeds, how should the church go about utilizing creeds, is there an organic relationship between creeds and hymns, and more.

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    Resources:

    1) Early Christian Creeds and Hymns, Tony Costa
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    • 45 min
    Low Church Liturgy with Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps

    Low Church Liturgy with Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps

    Jordan and Brandon talk with Luke Stamps and Matt Emerson about liturgy in low church life--especially baptist life. They cover topics like what is liturgy, how did low church liturgy come to be, if it is possible to remain Baptist and appreciate a high church liturgy, and much more.

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    Find out more about the work of Luke and Matt at the Center for Baptist Renewal.

    1) Baptists and the Christian Tradition, Edited by Luke Stamps and Matt Emerson
    2) Orthodox Radicals, Matthew Bingham
    3) The London Lyceum Episode with Matthew Bingham


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    • 51 min

Avis des utilisateurs

5,0 sur 5
53 notes

53 notes

jwbradle ,

A great resource for the church

I think this is an incredible podcast. I’ve listed to may 1.5 episodes so far, and I have been greatly edified and encouraged by the topics covered (especially the one on liturgy, awesome sauce!). So, if you haven’t listened to this yet, DO IT NOW! You won’t regret it.

On of my biggest complaints about podcasts is audio quality. A podcast can have great hosts, guests, content, and everything. For me, if the audio quality and production quality isn’t good, I have a hard time listening. This podcast is not only quality content, but every aspect of the episodes is done in excellence as being done to the Lord. So, thank you LL. Y’all rock!

-Jonathan

gwalden15 ,

Exactly what we need

This podcast goes deep into complex theological issues, but even listeners unfamiliar with a topic can follow along and learn. I’m a theologically trained pastor and I learn something new in every episode. The tone of the podcast is friendly, and Jordan and Brandon do a good job of giving guests space to state the strongest version of their case (even when you can tell Jordan and Brandon think the guest is wrong).

kawl93 ,

a review from kat

Of all the nerdy podcasts I have to listen to while riding in the car with my nerdy Baptist pastor husband, this is by far my favorite.
10/10 recommend.

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