In Reformed theology, everything is built on Scripture alone–Sola Scriptura. We don’t build our theology on the New Testament by itself. The Old Testament is the bedrock and foundation for the New. As Paul said, our theology is built on the foundation of the apostles AND the prophets (Eph. 2:20). With this in mind, it’s … More Why is the Mosaic Covenant Important for Christians?
In this episode, special guest Chris Caughey of The Glory-Cloud Podcast joins Tony and Angela to discuss Covenant Theology and Chris’s book The Tale of Two Adams. Get the book here or the .pdf e-book here! Special thanks to Chris on his generosity in making this excellent resource available! Listen to Episode 6 of The … More Episode 6: Covenant Theology with Chris Caughey (Part 1)
In this episode, special guest Hannah Oliver of the Blue Stocking Baptists Podcast discusses with Tony and Angela her Reformation story from Pentecostalism and The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), starting with God giving her a big heart for Mormons. Listen to Episode 5 here!
Why do Presbyterian and Reformed Christians baptize their babies? In Episode 4, “The Case for Infant Baptism (Part 1)” Tony and Angela continue discussing the case for infant baptism with Scott Schultz (@XPCoulson) of Twitter and the “Reformed Pub” Facebook group, and Ben Woodring (@bkBen3), a seminary student at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary and co-founder … More Episode 4: The Case for Infant Baptism (Part 2)
Why do Presbyterian and Reformed Christians baptize their babies? In Episode 3, “The Case for Infant Baptism (Part 1)” Tony and Angela discuss the case for infant baptism with Scott Schultz (@XPCoulson) of Twitter and the “Reformed Pub” Facebook group, and Ben Woodring (@bkBen3), a seminary student at Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary and co-founder of … More Episode 3: The Case for Infant Baptism (Part 1)
In Episode 2, “What Is a Reformed Christian?” Tony and Angela discuss the Five Solas, TULIP, and confessionalism. Listen to Episode 2 here!
In this inaugural episode, Tony and Angela introduce themselves and share their ideas for a new Reformed theology podcast for ordinary men and women. Listen to Episode 1 here!
In two sentences, what is a Calvinist? From the first time I learned Mere Calvinism was coming out I’ve been excited. My initial thought was this would be C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity meets two other P&R classics: The Five Points of Calvinism by David Steele & Curtis Thomas and The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination … More Book Review: Mere Calvinism
One of the fun perks of living and going to church in a large city like Chicago is that my church is often able to welcome distinguished Bible scholars to teach Sunday school or preach. This past Sunday morning, I enjoyed listening to Dr. Douglas Sweeney teach Sunday school on the life of Jonathan Edwards. … More Law and Gospel: the Two Parts of Scripture
What is the Abrahamic Covenant? As mentioned in my previous article on the covenant of grace, the outward administration of the covenant of grace began with Adam in Genesis 3:15. In the Abrahamic Covenant, that seed is beginning to germinate and blossom. God’s promises and plans become more revealed to Abraham. Meredith Kline said it … More Is the Abrahamic Covenant a Part of the Covenant of Grace?