28 episodes

Accessible conversations about Reformed theology for ordinary men and women who are Reformed or who are in the process of Reforming. We like to talk about theology, apologetics, and life. Hosted by Tony and Angela.

The New Geneva Podcast @TheRealTony777 and @ImAngelaPangela

    • Christianity

Accessible conversations about Reformed theology for ordinary men and women who are Reformed or who are in the process of Reforming. We like to talk about theology, apologetics, and life. Hosted by Tony and Angela.

    Reformation Stories with Emily Schultz

    Reformation Stories with Emily Schultz

    In this episode of The New Geneva, Emily Schultz shares with Tony and Angela her Christian testimony and how she became a Reformed Christian. Emily also discusses issues related to abuse, Autism, and special needs children.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Reformed Comfort: Salvation in the Heidelberg Catechism with R. Scott Clark

    Reformed Comfort: Salvation in the Heidelberg Catechism with R. Scott Clark

    In this episode of The New Geneva, special guest Dr. R. Scott Clark (Westminster Seminary - California) discusses the errors of Two-Stage Justification and the Federal Vision view of justification. He then explains the comfort the Heidelberg Catechism gives us on the Reformed doctrine of salvation.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Pietism with Jimmy Buehler (Part 2)

    Pietism with Jimmy Buehler (Part 2)

    In this part 2 of The New Geneva, Jimmy Buehler, of Theocast, shares how Pietism provided the foundation for American religion and modern Evangelical churches. He also explains how Pietism differs from Confessional theology.

    • 44 min
    Pietism with Jimmy Buehler (Part 1)

    Pietism with Jimmy Buehler (Part 1)

    In this episode of The New Geneva, special guest Jimmy Buehler, of Theocast, shares how he made his way into Reformed theology and also explains what the "Pietism" movement is and where it came from.

    • 39 min
    The Incarnation and Reformed Christology with Glenn Butner

    The Incarnation and Reformed Christology with Glenn Butner

    In this Christmas episode of The New Geneva, special guest Glenn Butner, author of "The Son who Learned Obedience: A Theological Case Against the Eternal Submission of the Son,” discusses the Incarnation and Reformed Christology. The discussion includes questions on the necessity of the Incarnation. Did the Savior have to be God and man? Was there a communication of attributes? And how is Christ to be understood as one indivisible Person with two natures?

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Joshua Torrey's Reformation Story

    Joshua Torrey's Reformation Story

    In this episode of The New Geneva, special guest Joshua Torrey, of the Torrey Gazette Blog, joins Tony and Angela to discuss how he became a Christian and his subsequent journey to Reformed theology and becoming and an ordained Presbyterian Elder (PCA).  

    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

Lepauli6 ,

Favorite Reformed Podcast

This is my favorite reformed podcast, and I listen to quite a few. It’s helped me understand reformed theology much better, and I really appreciate the tone the hosts set.

Otherwise Shoeless ,

Great Podcast!

I enjoy listening to Angela Whitehorn on the Theology Gals podcast so I was excited to check out The New Geneva. I was not disappointed! Interesting topics, interesting guests, edifying discussions make for a new favorite. Thank you New Geneva!

Derick Harman ,

awesome

This has become one of my new favorite podcast. Great job guys and gals!!

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