#430 The Importance of Reformed TheologyWhat is Reformed theology and does it really matter how it is defined? Is the body of doctrine called Reformed theology important at all? Why should we care? Properly understood, will Reformed theology unite or divide us within the church? Related Show:
#329 Rebuttal of ‘Calvinism: None Dare Call It Heresy’
Lighthouse Trails have recently released ‘Calvinism: None Dare Call It Heresy’ by Bob Kirkland. On tonight’s programme we review the book and look at how serious the charges are, which were made by Bob Kirkland in his book. What does it tell us about the discernment of Lighthouse Trails?
#328 The Covenant of Works in Eden, Covenantal Nomism and the Gospel
On tonight’s programme we look at the covenant God made with Adam in the Garden of Eden and how it is different to the Covenant of Grace made with sinners after the fall of man. Is it important? We also briefly discuss how the New Perspective on Paul, Federal Vision and men like John Piper reject this. How could it affect your theology and your understanding of the gospel?
#322 Is Sola Scriptura Compatible with Charismatic Theology?
What is the doctrine of Sola Scriptura? What was the authority in the Garden of Eden? Why did written revelation become necessary in God’s economy? Why should we no longer expect oral revelation from God as the infant Church in the wilderness once did? On tonight’s programme we look at comments made by Francis Turretin, a 17th century reformer, on the issue of written revelation from God versus that of oral revelation. Can they help us understand this issue better? Are Charismatic claims of ‘prophetic words’ from men like Michael Brown consistent and compatible with sola scriptura?