#304 The Current Justification Controversy | R. Scott Clark Interview

On tonight’s programme we have been joined by R. Scott Clark to discuss the modern justification controversy and its roots in history. R. Scott Clark has been a minister in the United Reformed Churches in North America since 1998, and he is Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Westminster Seminary California. We discuss some of the roots of the controversy found in the Reformation, Richard Baxter, Norman Shepherd, the New Perspective on Paul, Federal Vision theology, Covenant theology, Covenant Nomism and other related issues.

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#299 Top Stories of 2017 through the Lens of Scripture

On the final show of 2017 we are joined by Brandon Lochridge of Full Armor Radio to talk about the top stories of the year.
The topics discussed include:
• Bethel Church/Bill Johnson/Nabeel Qureshi
• The Shack Movie
• Socialism and the SJW movement (CNN calls Thomas the Tank Engine & Paw Patrol ‘Fascist’)
• Trump’s first year as president
• James White and Interfaith Dialogue
• The rise of homosexuality in the church
• Sola Fide/The Doctrine of Justification
• 500 years of the Reformation
• The Houston Free Will Debate
• Pulpit & Pen/JD Hall
• Hank Hanegraaff & Eastern Orthodoxy
• The death of Hugh Hefner
• R.C. Sproul’s passing and his influence
• Eugene Peterson’s Retraction of Support for Same-Sex Marriage
• Perry Noble and unqualified Pastors

#295 Is God Finished with Israel? Responding to Brannon Howse, Andy Woods and David Cloud

Amidst the recent news about Donald Trump and Israel’s capital Jerusalem, we look at views relating to modern day Israel shared among modern Christians. What is the historic Reformed view? Does it ignore ethnic and national Israel, as many claim, or does it actually support a future conversion of the Jews? On tonight’s programme we look at the views of David Cloud, Brannon Howse and Andy Woods and see if they are fair in their representations of Reformed Theology.

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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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