Just and Sinner Podcast

On today's program, I answered listener questions. Some of the topics were: beneficial theologians from other Christian traditions, premilennialism, the church fathers, and my favorite bands (yeah...unrelated, but someone asked). Check out the discussion!

Direct download: QASeptember2017.mp3
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This is the final section of my lecture series on the history and theology of the Reformation. In this talk, I discuss Luther's approach to the two kinds of righteousness, the two kingdoms, and other aspects of the Christian life.

Direct download: Christian_in_Society.mp3
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This is the third in a series of lectures I delivered on the topic The History and Theology of the Reformation. Following up on the previous talk on the life of Martin Luther, in this class I discuss the major theological themes in Luther's writings. I address these in the context of various debates in which the Reformer was engaged throughout his life.

Direct download: Luthers_Theology.mp3
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On today's podcast, I played a lecture that I gave on the life and legacy of Martin Luther.

Direct download: Luthers_Life_and_Legacy.mp3
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On today's program, I played the first of a series of four lectures I gave on the history and the theology of the Reformation.

Direct download: Background_to_the_Reformation.mp3
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On today's program, I responded to comments from Dr. James White about Lutheranism. I discussed several misconceptions about what Lutherans believe, and addressed the relationship between the Lutheran Confessions and Philip Melanchthon.

Direct download: WhiteMelanchthon.mp3
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On today's program, I dealt with the relationship between faith and reason. I began with a discussion of Luther's own thought on the topic, while addressing criticisms that he is an irrationalist. I then discussed this in relation to Luther's distinction between the two kingdoms. I then discussed the idea of paradox and contrasted this approach with that of Zwingli and later Calvinism.

Direct download: FaithReasonLuther.mp3
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On today's program, I addressed the teaching of objective justification. I responded to some false understandings of this idea, and also responded to some criticisms. I overviewed some of the basic arguments for the teaching, and read citations from Lutheran theologians in the past on the issue.

Direct download: Objective_Justification.mp3
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On today's program, I addressed listener questions on a variety of topics. I discussed the recent debate on the Marian dogmas, and then discussed the high priestly prayer in John 17 as well as the connection between election and perseverance in Romans 8. Finally, I addressed my recent blog post on circumcision and baptism. 

Direct download: QAJune2017.mp3
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On today's program, I discussed the debate which happened yesterday on the subject of limited atonement, in which I debated Rev. Dr. Theodore Zachariades on the question: Did Jesus Die for All? On today's program, I put together some of my thoughts on the conversation, and I also expanded upon the points which I was only able to present in a cursory fashion during the debate. 

Direct download: LA_Debrief.mp3
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