#290 Responding to Andy Woods & Brannon Howse on Calvinism

On tonight’s show we look at some of the claims Brannon Howse and Andy Woods have made about Calvinism on Worldview Radio. Do they understand Calvinism? Brannon Howse and Andy Woods have also repeatedly used the term ‘Hyper-Calvinism’ to refer to critics of non-Calvinistic views, but what does the term actually mean? Is the issue important at all?

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#288 Desiring God’s Charismatic Theology Examined

On tonight’s programme we respond to the Charismatic arguments of Adam Mabry, a Desiring God writer who pastors in the Boston area. How is Charismatic Theology at odds with virtually all of the Christian Church’s witness and history, bar the last 100 years?

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#287 Brannon Howse & Jihad Watch’s Attack on Sinclair Ferguson

On a recent Facebook post Brannon Howse shared a Jihad Watch article, based on which he attacked comments made by Sinclair Ferguson at the Ligonier Ministries conference ‘Reformation 500 Celebration’. Howse claimed that Ferguson was ‘clueless‘, and that ‘Ferguson should talk to Christians that had their families murdered by Islam before making such ignorant statements‘ on his Twitter account based on the Jihad Watch article written by Christine Douglass-Williams. Is the criticism fair? What was Sinclair Ferguson actually saying?

#286 Remembering the Reformation? William Lane Craig, Leighton Flowers and Jerry L. Walls

Many pay lip service to the Reformation, but do they truly hold to the same theology and gospel of the Reformers? Is modern mainstream Protestantism really ‘Protestant’ at all? How dangerous are the anti-Calvinist views of a so-called ‘Free Will’? How dangerous is Jerry L. Walls, co-chair of ‘A Reforming Catholic Confession’, and his view of purgatory?

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#285 Textus Receptus, Critical Text and the Preservation of God’s Word (Jeff Riddle Interview)

We are joined on today’s programme by Jeff Riddle, who is the minister of Christ Reformed Baptist Church, Louisa, Virginia. What are the differences between the Textus Receptus, the Majority Text and the Critical Text of the Greek New Testament? Does the issue really matter? What do the Reformed confessions teach about this issue? How does it impact our trust in God’s Holy Word?