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?
On tonight’s show we review a sermon recommended by Lighthouse Trails which aims at refuting Calvinism. Does it succeed?
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.
On tonight’s programme we take a look at the debate that took place on the subject of ‘Free Will’, which took place on November 3rd 2017 at First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Houston, TX. It featured Theodore Zachariades & Sonny Hernandez (Calvinists) vs Leighton Flowers & Jonathan Pritchett (Traditional Southern Baptist). What can be learned from the debate?
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?