Posts Taged reformed-theology

Rise of the Calvinist Geeks (with Super Theologian)

UTR#27


Kyle Howard aka SuperTheo looks at the surge of Calvinist geeks on the internet and explains the landscape. We explore the new explosion of geek related Calvinist podcasts and blogs in the last year (eg, Calvinist Batman, etc.).
Why is it happening? What’s it mean? What’s his place?

Special Guest: Kyle Howard (Super Theologian), Coram Deo Podcast

Featured Song:
Superhuman (Heroes for Sale, 2014) – Andy Mineo

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St. Augustine (with Ken Samples)

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Based off Ken’s series, “If I had Lunch with St. Augustine.” We touch on Augustine’s life, accomplishments, controversies, and ask “how did a great sinner become a great saint?”

Special Guest: Ken Samples, of RTB, read part 1 of his Augustine article

Featured Song: Take Up & Read (Lyrical Theology: Part 1, 2013) – shai linne feat. Through Hymn, Omri and Ant

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God as Properly Basic (with Guillaume Bignon)

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Christian philosopher and theologian Guillaume Bignon explains Alvin Plantinga’s concept of belief in God as properly basic and its relation to warranted Christian belief.

Special Guest: Guillaume Bignon, blogs at TheoloGUI

Featured Song: L’As Kind-Son Lhaïtien (from Ma Confession) – Mon Rap

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What Is Biblical Theology? [02/23/2014]

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-The differences between historical or systematic and Biblical theology
-Meanings and import of key symbols in the Bible
-Biblical theology in relation to sexism and slavery
-The practical impact of Biblical Theology

Special Guest: James M. Hamilton Jr. (professor of biblical theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary), and author of What Is Biblical Theology? A Guide to the Bible’s Story, Symbolism, and Patterns

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Nouthetic Counseling [01/26/2014]

BPR#175 

Nouthetic counseling: the history, the basis and some resources.
How does the biblical counseling model differ from other models?
Jeff even gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse of his appearance on The History Channel regarding drug addiction.

Special Guest: Pastor Jeff Durbin of Apologia Radio

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What is Presbyterianism? [01/19/2014]

BPR#174

PCA? PCUSA? OPC? RPCNA? ETC?
Introduction to the topic of Presbyterianism: the doctrine, the history, the practice.
Vocab even interviews a crusty Presbyterian curmudgeon.

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Facebook Epistemology [10/27/2013]

BPR#162

How to witness and do apologetics on Facebook in a Christ-like, God-glorifying way. Includes a crash course on Christian epistemology and dealing with atheists online.

Special Guest: Colin Samul of Viral Apologetics

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Solus Christus, Sola Deo Gloria [09/29/2013]

BPR#158

We break down the last two solas, explain why they are important and offer practical applications. We go over some feedback and play some nice shai linne rap tunes, too. Niiice.

BONUS: We recommend these sermon preached at Roosevelt Community Church on these solas as a compliment to this program:
Solus Christus by Tim Statezny and Sola Deo Gloria by Bob Korljan

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Sola Fide, Sola Gratia [09/22/2013]

BPR#157

We dive right into some great listener responses first and then discuss 2 of the 5 solas of the Protestant Reformation: Sola Fide (‘by Faith Alone’) and Sola Gratia (‘Grace Alone’).

BONUS: We recommend these sermons preached at Roosevelt Community Church on these solas as a compliment to this program:
Sola Fide by Jason Walsh and Sola Gratia by Vermon Pierre.

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Sola Scriptura & Evolution Feedback [09/08/2013]

BPR#155

We interact with some feedback from an atheist about evolution from our recent Darwin’s Doubt show with Dr. Stephen C. Meyer. Then we transition into the Protestant doctrine of Sola Fide (Scripture Alone); what it means; what it doesn’t mean; why it’s important, and its practical applications.

BONUS: We recommend this sermon preached at Roosevelt Community Church on these solas as a compliment to this program: 
Sola Scriptura by Vocab Malone

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