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

Episode 3.4: The Particular and Unchangeable Design of Predestination

What is the difference between predestination and foreordination? Why does the Confession speak of angels? What comfort can come to us from the doctrine of predestination? How does it help us to understand redemption? Why is predestination not simply fate? Is predestination individual or a class of people? These are some of the questions we … More Episode 3.4: The Particular and Unchangeable Design of Predestination

Episode 3.3: Predestination and Foreordination

Is “predestination” a biblical vocabulary word? How do you help people understand this word? What is the difference between predestination and foreordination? Why does the Confession talk about angels? What comfort can believers have by this and what warning can be given to unbelievers? Is Kyle going to reveal his lapsarian position? These are some … More Episode 3.3: Predestination and Foreordination

Episode 3.2: What the Plan of God Is Not

Why is the decree of God not based on anything he has foreseen? What about other conditions? What is the Confession historically arguing against here? What do you do with those passages of Scripture that seem to indicate God reacts in response to his creatures? What is an “anthropopathism”? Can you guess Joel’s theologian? These … More Episode 3.2: What the Plan of God Is Not