A weekly conversation about how the gospel of Jesus Christ connects to the questions and issues of everyday life. Hosted by the leaders of Coram Deo Church in Omaha, Nebraska.
Episode 335: General Revelation
What do we mean when we talk about general revelation and how we can know God through his creation? On this episode of Third Wednesday Theology, we dive into Chapter 3 of Herman Bavinck's "The Wonderful Works of God," to discuss general revelation. If you haven't already, pick up a copy of Bavinck's book and read along with us!
Episode 334: Four Approaches to Race, Politics, & Gender
A recent TGC article by Kevin DeYoung provides some interesting observations about the fragmentation within the church when it comes to race, politics, & gender. In this episode, we discuss and evaluate DeYoung's observations.
Episode 333: Plastic People in a Liquid World
Someone recently suggested the best way to read Carl Trueman's latest book is to begin with the last chapter first. In this episode, we take that advice! We explore the final pages of "The Rise & Triumph of the Modern Self," considering Trueman's advice for the church as she ministers to plastic people in a liquid world.
Episode 332: A Conversation with Dane Ortlund
Dane Ortlund, author of the widely acclaimed book "Gentle & Lowly," joins us on this episode to talk about his life and ministry. He explains how he came to write Gentle & Lowly and shares some of his burdens for the Church today.
Episode 331: Stuff We're Into Right Now
In this episode, we're taking a little break from our usual podcast topics to catch up and answer the question: What have you been reading, watching, and listening to? Our answers run the gamut and feature a strong opinion or two, especially when it comes to The Mandalorian.
Episode 330: The Knowledge of God
It's time for Third Wednesday Theology. And in this episode, we're tackling Chapter 2 of Herman Bavinck's "The Wonderful Works of God." How do we know God? Bavinck asserts that knowing God is not merely intellectual... it's about love.
It's not too late to get a copy of the book and follow along with us:
Christocentric Conversations Regarding Culture
It’s so refreshing to hear level-headed, honest conversation regarding our culture that doesn’t shy away from difficult questions.
Cup of coffee with a pastor
This podcast covers a lot of topics. It’s like sitting down to discuss things with friends. I appreciate the work they are doing.
Thoughtful and Timely
Profound and helpful conversation on living out the Christian faith in today's culture. Learn, think, learn to think.