Season 2 Episode 1: Beyond Authority and Submission 2.0 – A Redirect Interview with Rachel Miller

In this Season 2 debut, Tony and Angela do a “redirect examination” interview with Rachel Miller about her new book Beyond Authority and Submission. They discuss human ontology and the meaning and implications of 1 Corinthians 11:7 and Ephesians 5:24. Listen to Season 2 Episode 1 of The New Geneva Podcast here!

Episode 18: Preserving the Gospel for the Next Generation with Michael G. Brown

What is the gospel? Pastor Michael G. Brown, author of Sacred Bond: Exploring Covenant Theology, joins Tony and Angela to answer this question and others. What is the role of the Law in the Christian life? What is the connection between the Covenant of Grace, Abraham, and the gospel? And how does all of this … More Episode 18: Preserving the Gospel for the Next Generation with Michael G. Brown

Episode 17: Examining the Christian Patriarchy Movement with Todd Bordow

“Christian” Patriarchy… Is it just Biblical Christianity, or is there more than that going on in the Christian Patriarchy Movement? Pastor Todd Bordow joins us to talk about the origins, teachings, and dangers in the movement, as well as why it’s gaining in popularity. Listen to Episode 17 of The New Geneva Podcast here!

Episode 15: The Legacy of the French Huguenots

Was the Protestant Reformation French before it was German? Is it fair to say the Huguenots were Calvin’s children? How did the Huguenots differ from the Puritans? How did the massacre of St. Bartholomew’s Day alter the course of history? Author Douglas Bond discusses all this and more with Tony and Angela on this episode, … More Episode 15: The Legacy of the French Huguenots

Episode 14: Reformed Amillennialism with Dr. R. Scott Clark (Part 2)

In part 2 of What Is Reformed Amillennialism, special guest Dr. R. Scott Clark of Westminster Seminary California discusses Reformed hermeneutics with Tony and Angela, and answers whether it “spiritualizes” the book of Revelation. They discuss whether a person can be both confessionally Reformed and Dispensational, and consider John MacArthur’s assertion that “Every self respecting … More Episode 14: Reformed Amillennialism with Dr. R. Scott Clark (Part 2)

Episode 13: Reformed Amillennialism with Dr. R. Scott Clark (Part 1)

Special guest Dr. R. Scott Clark of Westminster Seminary California discusses the distinctives of Reformed Amillennialism with Tony and Angela, examining some of the contrasts with Premillennial Dispensationalism. Is National Israel the “apple of God’s eye”? Listen to find out! Listen to Episode 13 of The New Geneva Podcast here!