Special Episode: Interview with Dr. R. Scott Clark

Today we have the distinct privilege of inviting Dr. R. Scott Clark to talk to him about predestination and the divine decree. In this special episode he helped us understand the development of the doctrine of the decree in Western Christianity, why the Federal Vision gets it wrong, and what pastoral and practical application we … More Special Episode: Interview with Dr. R. Scott Clark

Episode 4.1: Creation

What are some different theories of creation? Why is understanding the creation account important for our understanding of redemption? How was each person of the Trinity involved in creation? Why is it important that God created out of nothing? What practicality does creation have in the Christian life? These are some of the questions we … More Episode 4.1: Creation

Chapter 3 Q&A

This special episode is a Q&A of all things related to chapter three. Thanks for those who sent in questions. Tune in as we discuss: 1) Was Molinism and/or Middle Knowledge fairly represented in Episode 3.2? 2) What does it mean to “obey the gospel”? 3) Are your hosts supra or infralapsarian? 4) What approach … More Chapter 3 Q&A

Episode 3.8: Predestination’s Prudence and Care

In today’s episode, “Predestination’s Prudence and Care, or a Discussion on the Experiential Results of the Doctrine of Predestination by Which the Real and Tangible Blessings of this Doctrine for God’s People is Manifest Not in Meditation and Naval Gazing but in Our Piety and Worship,” we discuss questions like: what is doctrine? How and … More Episode 3.8: Predestination’s Prudence and Care

Westminster Confession of Faith: Journal Edition

Introducing Amazon’s #1 New Release in Christian Systematic Theology, The Westminster Confession of Faith : Journal Edition. For the first time ever the Westminster Confession of Faith (1646) is available in a journaling format! The Westminster Confession of Faith remains one of the most enduring summaries of biblical truth and continues to be the teaching … More Westminster Confession of Faith: Journal Edition

Episode 3.6 The Means of Predestination

How does God’s ordaining all things establish second causes? What is a biblical definition of “elect”? Is election personal and individual? What does “redemption” mean? What is a biblical definition of calling, justification, sanctification, and glorification? How can we understand the comprehensive nature of salvation? How are all of these benefits “in Christ”? How does … More Episode 3.6 The Means of Predestination