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Knowing Faith
#173 – Salvation: Election

Knowing Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 43:13


Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley discuss the doctrine of salvation. They narrow in specifically on the doctrine of election, what is election and why is it good news?Questions Covered in This Episode:Before we answer the question, what has God done to make things right we have to answer what went wrong?What is the practicality of this for my life?What is “election?”What is the temptation that people tend to have when they are new to reformed theology?Where would we go in scripture to explore the doctrine of election?Why doesn't God save everybody?How do you speak to a person who has lost a loved one who is not a believer?Is God trustworthy? Is God loving?Why is the doctrine of election good news?Helpful Definitions:Pactum Salutis: Pact to save. God before the foundation of the world made a pact of Father, Son, and Spirit to interact with a fallen world as Father, Son, and Spirit. The Father is the one who sends, the Son is the one who is sent, and the Spirit is the one who will applies salvation after the Son accomplishes it.Providence: God's will at work in the world.Election: God's sovereign activity in saving his people before the foundation of the world.Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Ephesians 1:4, Romans 8-11, Genesis 12:1-3, Galatians 3:6The Gospel Coalition Conference: Code: KNOWINGFAITHKnowing Faith: Doctrine of Sin Episodes“Humble Calvinism” by Jeff MeddersKnowing Faith Episode #39 - Humble Calvinsism with Jeff Medders“Chosen by God” by R.C. SproulSponsors:Considering your calling and how to grow in your knowledge of the Bible? Explore Midwestern's For the Church Institute which offers free, self-paced courses designed to equip you to serve the church more faithfully.Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteOur Sister Podcasts:The Family Discipleship Podcast | Confronting Christianity | Starting PlaceSupport Training the Church and Become a Patron:patreon.com/trainingthechurch

Verity by Phylicia Masonheimer
099 | Is God Choosing Who Will Be Saved?

Verity by Phylicia Masonheimer

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 48:16


In this episode Phylicia discusses soteriology - the perspectives on salvation within Christianity. We talk about what it means to be "justified", why changed identity is central to salvation, and the four major viewpoints about being saved. Is God choosing who is saved, or can we respond to God? We'll learn a little about both sides and also discuss the origin and importance of denominations.

Ideology
Calvinism & Arminianism - A Comparison

Ideology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 39:42


In Episode 24 of Season 3, Drew and Mick continue a dialogue on the Calvinist and Arminianist perspectives on sovereignty and free will. This episode looks more in-depth at these two specific historical expressions, whereas the last episode explored the philosophical frameworks themselves. Connect with us at ideologypc@gmail.com // feel free to share, subscribe, rate, and/or comment Episode notes: - Roger Olson overview: https://www.patheos.com/blogs/rogereolson/2018/11/calvinism-and-arminianism-compared-by-roger-e-olson/ - Andrew Wilson on 7-Point Armalvinism: https://thinktheology.co.uk/blog/article/seven-point-armalvinism - Sam Storms overview of the concept of election: https://www.samstorms.org/all-articles/post/the-calvinistic-concept-of-election

Leaving Eden Podcast
Ep. 117: Calvinism (Christianity / Protestant Reformation / Theology / TULIP / Predestination / Salvation / Religion / Jesus / God / Holy Spirit / Baptist / IFB / Arminianism / Evangelical)

Leaving Eden Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 121:56


On today's episode, Sadie and Gavri'el give a broad overview of Calvinism, including its history, its main doctrinal points, (TULIP) and why it has recently seen such a resurgence in popularity. TW: In general we talk about a lot of potentially triggering topics on this show, including but not limited to suicide and mental health, racism, misogyny, PTSD and PTSD symptoms, child abuse, mental, physical, and sexual abuse, and spiritual abuse including guilt, shame, and fear. In most episodes we'll mention at least a few of these topics, but we try very hard to avoid graphic detail unless it's relevant to the story we're telling, and we do our best to give the audience a heads-up before going into detail on any of these topics. An extended, uncensored, and ad-free version of this podcast episode is available to subscribers at Patreon.com/LeavingEdenPodcast WE HAVE NEW MERCH AVAILABLE, AND A NEW MERCH SHOP, at https://leavingedenpodcast.threadless.com Stream the Leaving Eden Podcast theme song, Rolling River of Time on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/artist/6lB7RwSQ9X5gnt1BDNugyS?si=jVhmqFfYRSiruRxekdLgKA. Join our Facebook Discussion group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/edenexodus Join our subreddit! Reddit.com/r/EdenExodus Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leavingedenpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/sadiecarpentermusic/ https://www.instagram.com/gavrielhacohen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LeavingEdenPod https://twitter.com/HellYeahSadie https://twitter.com/GavrielHacohen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LeavingEdenPodcast https://www.facebook.com/GavrielHaCohen - Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Theology Applied
THEOLOGY APPLIED - Which Pastors Can You Trust? | Tim Keller, John Piper, Gavin Ortlund, Voddie Baucham, Matt Chandler, Michael Horton, Russell Moore, John MacArthur, R. C. Sproul, Doug Wilson

Theology Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 60:30


In this replay episode of Theology Applied, I play a little game with Megan Basham from Daily Wire. I mention a well-known leader in Evangelicalism by name, and then Megan and I place them in one of three categories. Here's the list of names we cover in this episode: 1) Timothy Keller 2) John Piper 3) Gavin Ortlund 4) Voddie Baucham 5) Matt Chandler 6) Michael Horton 7) Russell Moore 8) John MacArthur 9) R.C. Sproul 10) Doug Wilson The “old” fault lines of Calvinism vs. Arminianism, Cessationism vs. Continuationism, and Baptist vs. Presbyterian are still important, but the “new” fault lines have quickly moved to the center of the debate. What are these “new” fault lines? Oh, you know. Things like Woke vs. Not Woke, Covid Tyranny vs. Personal Liberty, Socialism vs. Capitalism, Globalism vs. Nationalism, etc. Now what we're starting to see when it comes to these “new” fault lines, we're starting to see that there are basically only three camps: 1) Pietism (Apathy) 2) Progressivism (Compromise) 3) Perseverance (Faithfulness) You're definitely not going to want to miss this episode!

Good Doctrine
Ep. 125 | The Traditions as They Were Delivered

Good Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 48:53


What were the "traditions" that the apostles and Jesus spoke about in the New Testament? Surely it wasn't that awful carpet color that was in your childhood church's sanctuary... was it? Prompted by a listeners question, in this episode we talk about the Catholic and Orthodox Churches and what is our responsibility in "defending" doctrine. Josh's new books:- The Exorcism of Satan- The King's CommandOur sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.comEmail us at: gooddoctrinepodcast@gmail.com

Rechurched
John Vs. Jake: An Age-old Debate (Calvinism Vs. Arminianism) - Church Then & Now E15

Rechurched

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 38:58


Ever wondered what a 5-point Calvin believes? How about an Arminian? Well, in this episode, Matthew Maher and Ethan Hoover break the two down side-by-side and answer the main question: What does Scripture say?Show Notes:Happy New Year!IntroBrief recapJohn Calvin & Jakobus Ariminius“Reason can be great for theology but terrible for the Church sometimes.”Calvinism & Arminianism = systems of theologyMeaning they attempt to explain the unexplainableThey shouldn't define our Christianity, but they can help give us a framework to think about big theological pointsCalvinisim: TULIPArminianism: PCURC (not a real acronym lol)Total Depravity vs Partial DepravityUnconditional Election vs Conditional ElectionEthan's unique analogies:Snow globeDriving a car God's sovereigntyPreferred willPermissive willProvidential willLimited Atonement vs Unlimited Atonement (the most controversial point)Bonus: Rabbit trail into Hinduism “holy cow”Irresistible Grace vs Resistible GracePerseverance of the Saints vs Conditional SalvationOutroResources:Calvinism Vs. Amrinianism- Which View?  https://www.gotquestions.org/Calvinism-vs-Arminianism.htmlWhat Is Calvinism And Is It Biblical? https://www.gotquestions.org/calvinism.htmlWhat Is Arminianism And Is It Biblical? https://www.gotquestions.org/arminianism.htmlGot questions?Submit your question relating to our Season 2 content for our Question & Response episode here. Follow us on Instagram! Follow @rechurchedpodcast or click here. Learn More: To learn more about the podcast and your hosts, visit our website. Looking to sponsor Rechurched? Apply to be a sponsor!

Good Doctrine
Ep. 124 | Listener Question: What is our Apologia?

Good Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 47:22


Prompted by a listeners question, in this episode we talk about the Catholic and Orthodox Churches and what is our responsibility in "defending" doctrine. Josh's new books:- The Exorcism of Satan- The King's CommandOur sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.comEmail us at: gooddoctrinepodcast@gmail.com

Friendly Viking Theologian
Universalism & Inclusion

Friendly Viking Theologian

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 13:14


JR Rife - Author, Rocker, Theologian, and Modern Viking - engages in a variety of topics, ranging from Biblical to Heavy Metal to anthropology in this eclectic podcast. https://t.me/s/trvenorth https://t.me/whisky_church https://www.facebook.com/RevRife/ https://jrife.academia.edu/

The Reformed Rookie
A Primer on Calvinism

The Reformed Rookie

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 48:38


A quick look at the doctrines that differentiate Calvinism from other Christian theologies and how they differ on the same subjects. A compare and contrast chart was made between Calvinism and the two other most prominent views: Arminianism and Provisionism. YouTube video can be found here: https://youtu.be/mMe35xtskfQ Web: www.ReformedRookie.com Podcast: https://anchor.fm/reformedrookie Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheReformedRookie Semper Reformanda!

Everyday Ministry Podcast
What is Regeneration, Part 2, What We Believe, Part 28

Everyday Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 54:34


Rapp Report episode 251 The topic of regeneration is the cause of great debate. Are we saved by works or not? Does saying a prayer save us? How about deciding to follow Jesus? This is answered, and the confusion over this issue is explained. The issues of regeneration and sanctification are explained in detail. Andrew details the doctrine of super-intending, which solves the problem many see with arguments of who chooses a person's salvation, God or man? Regeneration is clarified in this episode. This is the section of the Striving for Eternity doctrinal statement that is addressed: Genuine regeneration is manifested by fruits worthy of repentance as demonstrated in righteous attitudes and conduct. Good works will be its proper evidence and fruit (1 Corinthians 6:19-20; Ephesians 2:10) and will be experienced to the extent that the believer submits to the control of the Holy Spirit in his life through faithful obedience to the Word of God (Ephesians 5:17-21; Philippians 2:12b; Colossians 3:16; 2 Peter 1:4-10). This obedience causes the believer to be increasingly conformed to the image of our Lord Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 3:18). Such a conformity is climaxed in the believer's glorification at Christ's coming (Romans 8:17; 2 Peter 1:4; 1 John 3:2 3).   Listen to the last episode in the series: Bonus: Superintending the Solution to Calvinism vs. Arminianism, What We Believe, Part 27 This podcast is a ministry of Striving for Eternity and all our resources Listen to other podcasts on the Christian Podcast Community Support Striving for Eternity Leave us a review Fill out our survey about this show Give us your feedback, email us info@StrivingForEternity.org Get the book What Do They Believe Get the book What Do We Believe Sponsors: Logos Bible Software MyPillow or call (800) 873-0176 and use promo SFE

Christian Podcast Community
What is Regeneration, Part 2, What We Believe, Part 28

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 54:34


Rapp Report episode 251 The topic of regeneration is the cause of great debate. Are we saved by works or not? Does saying a prayer save us? How about deciding to follow Jesus? This is answered, and the confusion over this issue is explained. The issues of regeneration and sanctification are explained in detail. Andrew details the doctrine of super-intending, which solves the problem many see with arguments of who chooses a person's salvation, God or man? Regeneration is clarified in this episode. This is the section of the Striving for Eternity doctrinal statement that is addressed: Genuine regeneration is manifested by fruits worthy of repentance as demonstrated in righteous attitudes and conduct. Good works will be its proper evidence and fruit (1 Corinthians 6:19-20; Ephesians 2:10) and will be experienced to the extent that the believer submits to the control of the Holy Spirit in his life through faithful obedience to the Word of God (Ephesians 5:17-21; Philippians 2:12b; Colossians 3:16; 2 Peter 1:4-10). This obedience causes the believer to be increasingly conformed to the image of our Lord Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 3:18). Such a conformity is climaxed in the believer's glorification at Christ's coming (Romans 8:17; 2 Peter 1:4; 1 John 3:2 3).   Listen to the last episode in the series: Bonus: Superintending the Solution to Calvinism vs. Arminianism, What We Believe, Part 27 This podcast is a ministry of Striving for Eternity and all our resources Listen to other podcasts on the Christian Podcast Community Support Striving for Eternity Leave us a review Fill out our survey about this show Give us your feedback, email us info@StrivingForEternity.org Get the book What Do They Believe Get the book What Do We Believe Sponsors: Logos Bible Software MyPillow or call (800) 873-0176 and use promo SFE

5 Solas
What is Regeneration, Part 2, What We Believe, Part 28

5 Solas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 54:34


Rapp Report episode 251 The topic of regeneration is the cause of great debate. Are we saved by works or not? Does saying a prayer save us? How about deciding to follow Jesus? This is answered, and the confusion over this issue is explained. The issues of regeneration and sanctification are explained in detail. Andrew details the doctrine of super-intending, which solves the problem many see with arguments of who chooses a person's salvation, God or man? Regeneration is clarified in this episode. This is the section of the Striving for Eternity doctrinal statement that is addressed: Genuine regeneration is manifested by fruits worthy of repentance as demonstrated in righteous attitudes and conduct. Good works will be its proper evidence and fruit (1 Corinthians 6:19-20; Ephesians 2:10) and will be experienced to the extent that the believer submits to the control of the Holy Spirit in his life through faithful obedience to the Word of God (Ephesians 5:17-21; Philippians 2:12b; Colossians 3:16; 2 Peter 1:4-10). This obedience causes the believer to be increasingly conformed to the image of our Lord Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 3:18). Such a conformity is climaxed in the believer's glorification at Christ's coming (Romans 8:17; 2 Peter 1:4; 1 John 3:2 3).   Listen to the last episode in the series: Bonus: Superintending the Solution to Calvinism vs. Arminianism, What We Believe, Part 27 This podcast is a ministry of Striving for Eternity and all our resources Listen to other podcasts on the Christian Podcast Community Support Striving for Eternity Leave us a review Fill out our survey about this show Give us your feedback, email us info@StrivingForEternity.org Get the book What Do They Believe Get the book What Do We Believe Sponsors: Logos Bible Software MyPillow or call (800) 873-0176 and use promo SFE

HPUMC - Kerygma Sermons (A Teaching Service)
Arminianism Part 2: Beliefs and Legacy

HPUMC - Kerygma Sermons (A Teaching Service)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 31:10


Kerygma Video Podcast
Arminianism Part 2: Beliefs and Legacy

Kerygma Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 31:10


Kerygma Video Podcast
Arminianism Part 1: Origins and Foundations

Kerygma Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 31:42


Good Doctrine
Ep. 123 | NO ONE ASKED FOR THIS!

Good Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 77:16


Well, here it is. Our promised Q&A episode... but with a spicy twist! Josh's new books:- The Exorcism of Satan- The King's CommandOur sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.comEmail us at: gooddoctrinepodcast@gmail.com

Better Together
40 Questions About Arminianism – Dr. J. Matthew Pinson

Better Together

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 38:11


“There's too much infighting and too much negativity from a lot of people that really kind of misunderstand each other. I think Reformed Arminianism has the opportunity to bring some people together around the table and discuss this.” Dr. J. Matthew Pinson, president of Welch College, discusses his book, “40 Questions About Arminianism,” which addresses much of the unknown and misunderstood teachings of Jacobus Arminius and encourages a broad understanding of historic and contemporary Arminianism. “40 Questions About Arminianism” is available from Christianbook and Amazon. #NAFWB #BetterTogether #Arminianism

BibleProject
Can Anyone Live a Blessed Life? – Deuteronomy E8

BibleProject

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 86:01


Moses gives the least motivating pep talk ever in the third movement of Deuteronomy. He outlines God's covenant and the various blessings and curses associated with it, and then he tells Israel, “You're going to fail.” Talk about demoralizing! In this episode, join Tim and Jon as they explore the paradox of righteousness accomplished by divine sovereignty and human freedom through the lens of Deuteronomy and the New Testament writers.View full show notes from this episode →Timestamps Part one (00:00-11:45)Part two (11:45-35:15)Part three (35:15-47:30)Part four (47:30-58:00)Part five (58:00-1:18:50)Part six (01:18:50-1:25:58)Referenced ResourcesInterested in more? Check out Tim's library here.You can experience the literary themes and movements we're tracing on the podcast in the BibleProject app, available for Android and iOS.Show Music “Defender (Instrumental)” by TENTS“Bird in Hand” by Beautiful Eulogy“Toonorth” AmbedoShow produced by Cooper Peltz with Associate Producer Lindsey Ponder. Edited by Dan Gummel, Tyler Bailey, and Frank Garza. Podcast annotations for the BibleProject app by Hannah Woo.Powered and distributed by Simplecast.

Good Doctrine
Ep. 122 | Professional Christianity

Good Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 67:17


Why is "professionalism" frowned upon in most Christian circles, and how could being more "professional" improve your Christian life? Josh's new books:- The Exorcism of Satan- The King's CommandOur sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.comEmail us at: gooddoctrinepodcast@gmail.com

Christian Apologetics Research Ministry
Matt Slick Live 10-27-2022

Christian Apologetics Research Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 47:00


Open calls, questions, and discussion with Matt Slick LIVE in the studio. Topics include---1- Matt discusses UFOs and spiritual deception often associated with so-called -alien encounters---2- Could Ezekiel's visions point to a UFO---3- What issues do you have with Arnold Murray and the Shepherd's chapel---4- What is your primary issue with Arminianism-

Peninsula Baptist Church
Podcast #18 | Election | Peninsula Pastors

Peninsula Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 55:11


Calvinism or Arminianism? Predestination or Free Will? What does all of this mean and why does it matter? Listen in on this week's podcast from the Peninsula Pastors to understand what Biblical election is!

The Bible Study with Steven Lawson
William Tyndale and the English Reformation, Part II

The Bible Study with Steven Lawson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 59:32


William Tyndaleand the English Reformation • Philip Schaff called the Reformation of the sixteenth century “the turning point of modern history.”• He added the Reformation was, “next to the introduction of Christianity, the greatest event in history...thechief propelling force in the history of modern civilization.” PRE-REFORMERS INITIATE1330—John Wycliffe born in England• Oxford professor• Became leading intect in England, Europe1382—Wycliffe Bible translated into English• from Latin into Middle English,• Stiff, wooden translation, handcopied1384—Wycliffe dies, Lutterworth, England1401—"On the Burning of Heretics”• legislation passes by Parliament• Translating, owning English Bible, death• Attempts to suppress the influence of Wycliffe1408—"Constitutions of Oxford”• It's a “dangerous thing” to translate Scripture in English1415—Council of Constance• John Hus burned as martyr• Leader of Bohemian church• Pastored Bethlehem Chapel, Prague Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 2 • Wycliffe condemned, body exhumed• Wycliffe removed from sacred ground in church yard1428—Wycliffe's body dug up, burned• Ashes scattered into Swift River1450—Johannes Gutenberg perfects printing press1455—Gutenberg Bible printedREFORMERS BORN1483—Martin Luther born, Eisleben, Germany1483—Ulrich Zwingli born, Switzerland1494—William Tyndale born, near Gloustershire, England1506—Tyndale enters Magdalen Hall, Oxford• Age 12, normal for that time• Studies here for next ten years1509—John Calvin born, Navon, France• His father, lawyer in the Catholic Church• Raised in Catholic church, to be priest1512—Tyndale earns Bachelor of Arts, Oxford1514—John Knox born, Scotland1515—Tyndale earns Master of Arts, Oxford• Stunningly brilliant, linguistic genius• Would become proficient in eight languagesREFORMATION BEGINS1516—Erasmus compiles Greek New Testament• Leading humanist of his day Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 3 • Cambridge professor• Travels Europe, collects Greek manuscripts1516—Tyndale studies at Cambridge• Continues intellectual pursuit1517—Pope Leo X authorizes indulgences1517—Luther posts 95 Theses• In response to sale of indulgences by Rome1519—Luther converted reading Greek New Testament1520—Tyndale joins White Horse Inn• Small group Bible study• Studying Luther's writings• Called “Little Germany”• Produced leaders of English Reformation• 8 martyrs from this group• Tyndale converted, becomes Reformed1521—Luther, Diet of Worms• Stands heresy trial before authorities• Condemned as heretic, death sentence1521—Tyndale becomes private tutor• Leaves Cambridge to study the Scripture more carefully• Realizes all England is lost• Must translate Bible into English• “plough boy in field know more than pope” Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 4 1522—Luther translates New Testament into German• Produced while he was kidnapped in Wartburg Castle1523—Tyndale denied translation into English• Travels to London to receive permission• Refused, must leave England• Businessman agrees to support himTYNDALE DEPARTS1524—Tyndale leaves England for Europe• Nowhere in England to do the work• Never to return, never to marry1524—Tyndale arrives in Hamburg, Germany1524—Tyndale travels to Wittenberg1525—Tyndale translates English New Testament, Cologne, Germany• Largest city in Germany, easiest to hide• Finished New Testament• Raid on print shop at Matthew 22:131526—Tyndale publishes English New Testament, Worms, Germany• Travels to Worms, Germany on Rhine River into North Sea• Smuggles Bibles into England, Scotland1528—Tyndale writes The Parable of the Wicked Mammon• Teaches justification by faith1528—Tyndale writes The Obedience of a Christian Man• Teaches obedience to the king Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 5 1528—Three agents dispatched, find Tyndale• Returns empty handed without Tyndale1528—John West dispatched, find Tyndale• Returns without Tyndale1529—Tyndale translates Pentateuch into English, Antwerp• Monumental effort1529—Tyndale sails for Elbe River, shipwrecked, translation lost1529—Tyndale retranslates the Pentateuch, Hamburg, Germany• Reunited with Miles Coverdale, Cambridge classmate• Requires ten months to complete the project1529—Tyndale moves to Antwerp, Belgium• Remains elusive, anonymous1529—More, A Dialogue Concerning Heresies• Sir Thomas More unleashed brutal public attack• Called Tyndale captain of English heretics, hell-bound in devil's kennel, new Judas, worse thanSodom and Gomorrah, idolater, devil-worshipper, beast out of whose brutish, beastly mouthcomes filthy foam1530—Tyndale publishes Pentateuch in English, Antwerp• Uses pseudonym Hans Luft, Marburg• Includes glossaries, introductions• Smuggled into England, distributed1530—Tyndale, The Practice of Prelates• Attacks rites, doctrines, corruptions of Rome1530—Stephen Vaughan dispatched, find Tyndale• English merchants, sympathetic to Reformed cause Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 6 • Offered Tyndale safe passage back to England, salary• Tyndale agreed on one condition• If Henry VIII choose another translator1531—Vaughan returns empty handed• “I always find him always singing one note”1531—Sir Thomas Elyot dispatched to Europe• Apprehend Tyndale, return him to the king• Tyndale not to be found1531—Tyndale translates Jonah into English• Desires it be preached to England• “Forty day, London destroyed”1531—Tyndale writes Answer, defends translation1532—More, Confutation of Tyndale's Answer• Massive writing, half million words• Calls Tyndale traitor to England, heretic1534—Henry VIII named Head of Church of England• Denied annulment of his marriage• Pulls England out of Catholic Church• Parliament passes Act of Supremacy, monarch head of church1534—Tyndale moves into house of English merchants, Antwerp• John Rogers joins Tyndale, Coverdale• Rogers converted under Tyndale's witness• Rogers will complete Tyndale's translation Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 7 1534—Tyndale revises Pentateuch, Antwerp1534—Tyndale revises New Testament, Antwerp• 4000 edits to his 1526 printing• Called “the glory of his life's work”1535—Tyndale re-edits New Testament, Antwerp• Makes yet more edits, though fewer1535—Tyndale translates Joshua-2 Chronicles• Completes historical section of Old TestamentTYNDALE MARTYRED1535—Henry Phillips dispatched, find Tyndale• Had gambled away father's estate• Church of England promises to repay1535—Tyndale arrested, Antwerp1535—Tyndale imprisoned, Vilvoorde Castle, Belgium• Held 500 days, 18 months in castle• Miserable conditions1535—Coverdale Bible published• Unknown to Tyndale, Coverdale completes Old Testament• But not from Hebrew1536—Tyndale tried, charged, martyred• Mock trial, charged with heresy• God, open the eyes of the king• Tyndale hung, burned, blown up Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 8 REFORMATION SPREADS1536—Calvin writes Institute of the Christian Religion• Greatest work of Reformation• Explains true Christianity to French King1536—Calvin enters Geneva• Road detour, unintentional destination• Recognized as author, Institutes• Charged to stay or be cursed1537—Rogers publishes Matthew Bible• Edits Old Testament portions translated by Coverdale• Publishes entire Bible, Tyndale's work, his edits1538—Calvin expelled from Geneva• For fencing Lord's Table• Departs for Geneva1541—Calvin returns to Geneva• Geneva begs Calvin to return• Begins with next verse of last exposition• Preaches there for next 23 years 1545—Council of Trent meets• Meeting of Roman Catholic leaders• Launches Counter Reformation• Produces first Catholic doctrinal statement• Declares anathema on Reformers, believers of gospels of grace Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 9 1546—Luther dies in Germany• “I want to be as well known in hell as in heaven”• Preaches last sermon in Eisleben• “God put the power in the Word.”1547—King Henry VIII dies1547—Edward VI, King of England• Boy king, age 9• Protestant king, makes Reformed policies1549—Book of Common Prayer published1549—Act of Uniformity passed1553—Edward VI dies• Dies at age 15• Reformed cause halted1553—Mary I, Queen of England• Bloody Mary assumes throne• Staunch Catholic• Begins martyrdom of Protestants1553—John Knox leaves England for Europe1555—Rogers martyred, Smithfield, London• Charged with heresy• Fist Marian martyr1555—Latimer, Ridley martyred, Oxford• Burned to death at same stake Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 10 • Latimer, “Play the man Master Ridley”1558—Mary I dies, age 42• A mercy of relief to Reformed believers1558—Elizabeth I, Queen of England• Half-sister assumes throne• Chooses halfway house, compromise• Combines Reformed truth, Catholic worship1559—John Knox returns to Scotland• Launches Scottish Reformation1560—Geneva Bible published• Translated into English• First English Bible with chapter divisions• Included study notes1560s—Puritan Age begins• Attempt to purify worship within Church of England1564—Calvin dies in Geneva• Concludes 25 years pastorate1572—St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre1603—Elizabeth I, dies, age 691603—James I becomes King of England1611—King James Version• 90% of New Testament was Tyndale's work1618—Synod of Dort, refutes Arminianism

Good Theological Thursday
How do we reconcile God's sovereignty with human will?

Good Theological Thursday

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 58:07


Weekly Wisdom and Wonderings: As part of an ongoing series of leadership thoughts, Drey talks about “the last 10%” principle in handling conflict.Main Topic: How can we hold that God is both sovereign, and humanity has a “free will”? In this episode, Drey and James discuss problems and solutions related to this much debated question.

Shadow Mountain Church
Calvinism Versus Arminianism Made Simple (sorta)

Shadow Mountain Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 57:00


Uncommon Preaching
Calvinism Versus Arminianism Made Simple (sorta)

Uncommon Preaching

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 57:15


Matt Slick LIVE
MSL: October, 27 2022

Matt Slick LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 47:58


The daily radio broadcast of CARM.org. Open calls, questions, and discussion with host Matt Slick LIVE in the studio. Topics include: Matt discusses UFOs and spiritual deception often associated with so-called "alien encounters" Could Ezekiel's visions point to a UFO? What issues do you have with Arnold Murray and the Shepherd's chapel? What is your primary issue with Arminianism?   ==> Subscribe to the CARM Odysee Channel: https://odysee.com/@CARM:8 ==> Watch Matt Slick LIVE on Odysee: https://odysee.com/@CARM:8/MattSlickLive:b ==> Subscribe to the CARM YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/carmvideos ==> Subscribe to the Matt Slick YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/mattslick ==> Like CARM on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Carm.org ==> Visit the CARM Website: https://carm.org ==> Donate to CARM: https://carm.org/about/partner-with-carm/

Christian Podcast Community
MSL: October, 27 2022

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 47:58


The daily radio broadcast of CARM.org. Open calls, questions, and discussion with Guest host Matt Slick LIVE in the studio. Topics include: Matt discusses UFOs and spiritual deception often associated with so-called "alien encounters" Could Ezekiel's visions point to a UFO? What issues do you have with Arnold Murray and the Shepherd's chapel? What is your primary issue with Arminianism?   ==> Subscribe to the CARM Odysee Channel: https://odysee.com/@CARM:8 ==> Watch Matt Slick LIVE on Odysee: https://odysee.com/@CARM:8/MattSlickLive:b ==> Subscribe to the CARM YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/carmvideos ==> Subscribe to the Matt Slick YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/mattslick ==> Like CARM on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Carm.org ==> Visit the CARM Website: https://carm.org ==> Donate to CARM: https://carm.org/about/partner-with-carm/

The Bible Study with Steven Lawson
William Tyndale and the English Reformation

The Bible Study with Steven Lawson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 62:13


William Tyndaleand the English Reformation • Philip Schaff called the Reformation of the sixteenth century “the turning point of modern history.”• He added the Reformation was, “next to the introduction of Christianity, the greatest event in history...thechief propelling force in the history of modern civilization.” PRE-REFORMERS INITIATE1330—John Wycliffe born in England• Oxford professor• Became leading intect in England, Europe1382—Wycliffe Bible translated into English• from Latin into Middle English,• Stiff, wooden translation, handcopied1384—Wycliffe dies, Lutterworth, England1401—"On the Burning of Heretics”• legislation passes by Parliament• Translating, owning English Bible, death• Attempts to suppress the influence of Wycliffe1408—"Constitutions of Oxford”• It's a “dangerous thing” to translate Scripture in English1415—Council of Constance• John Hus burned as martyr• Leader of Bohemian church• Pastored Bethlehem Chapel, Prague Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 2 • Wycliffe condemned, body exhumed• Wycliffe removed from sacred ground in church yard1428—Wycliffe's body dug up, burned• Ashes scattered into Swift River1450—Johannes Gutenberg perfects printing press1455—Gutenberg Bible printedREFORMERS BORN1483—Martin Luther born, Eisleben, Germany1483—Ulrich Zwingli born, Switzerland1494—William Tyndale born, near Gloustershire, England1506—Tyndale enters Magdalen Hall, Oxford• Age 12, normal for that time• Studies here for next ten years1509—John Calvin born, Navon, France• His father, lawyer in the Catholic Church• Raised in Catholic church, to be priest1512—Tyndale earns Bachelor of Arts, Oxford1514—John Knox born, Scotland1515—Tyndale earns Master of Arts, Oxford• Stunningly brilliant, linguistic genius• Would become proficient in eight languagesREFORMATION BEGINS1516—Erasmus compiles Greek New Testament• Leading humanist of his day Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 3 • Cambridge professor• Travels Europe, collects Greek manuscripts1516—Tyndale studies at Cambridge• Continues intellectual pursuit1517—Pope Leo X authorizes indulgences1517—Luther posts 95 Theses• In response to sale of indulgences by Rome1519—Luther converted reading Greek New Testament1520—Tyndale joins White Horse Inn• Small group Bible study• Studying Luther's writings• Called “Little Germany”• Produced leaders of English Reformation• 8 martyrs from this group• Tyndale converted, becomes Reformed1521—Luther, Diet of Worms• Stands heresy trial before authorities• Condemned as heretic, death sentence1521—Tyndale becomes private tutor• Leaves Cambridge to study the Scripture more carefully• Realizes all England is lost• Must translate Bible into English• “plough boy in field know more than pope” Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 4 1522—Luther translates New Testament into German• Produced while he was kidnapped in Wartburg Castle1523—Tyndale denied translation into English• Travels to London to receive permission• Refused, must leave England• Businessman agrees to support himTYNDALE DEPARTS1524—Tyndale leaves England for Europe• Nowhere in England to do the work• Never to return, never to marry1524—Tyndale arrives in Hamburg, Germany1524—Tyndale travels to Wittenberg1525—Tyndale translates English New Testament, Cologne, Germany• Largest city in Germany, easiest to hide• Finished New Testament• Raid on print shop at Matthew 22:131526—Tyndale publishes English New Testament, Worms, Germany• Travels to Worms, Germany on Rhine River into North Sea• Smuggles Bibles into England, Scotland1528—Tyndale writes The Parable of the Wicked Mammon• Teaches justification by faith1528—Tyndale writes The Obedience of a Christian Man• Teaches obedience to the king Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 5 1528—Three agents dispatched, find Tyndale• Returns empty handed without Tyndale1528—John West dispatched, find Tyndale• Returns without Tyndale1529—Tyndale translates Pentateuch into English, Antwerp• Monumental effort1529—Tyndale sails for Elbe River, shipwrecked, translation lost1529—Tyndale retranslates the Pentateuch, Hamburg, Germany• Reunited with Miles Coverdale, Cambridge classmate• Requires ten months to complete the project1529—Tyndale moves to Antwerp, Belgium• Remains elusive, anonymous1529—More, A Dialogue Concerning Heresies• Sir Thomas More unleashed brutal public attack• Called Tyndale captain of English heretics, hell-bound in devil's kennel, new Judas, worse thanSodom and Gomorrah, idolater, devil-worshipper, beast out of whose brutish, beastly mouthcomes filthy foam1530—Tyndale publishes Pentateuch in English, Antwerp• Uses pseudonym Hans Luft, Marburg• Includes glossaries, introductions• Smuggled into England, distributed1530—Tyndale, The Practice of Prelates• Attacks rites, doctrines, corruptions of Rome1530—Stephen Vaughan dispatched, find Tyndale• English merchants, sympathetic to Reformed cause Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 6 • Offered Tyndale safe passage back to England, salary• Tyndale agreed on one condition• If Henry VIII choose another translator1531—Vaughan returns empty handed• “I always find him always singing one note”1531—Sir Thomas Elyot dispatched to Europe• Apprehend Tyndale, return him to the king• Tyndale not to be found1531—Tyndale translates Jonah into English• Desires it be preached to England• “Forty day, London destroyed”1531—Tyndale writes Answer, defends translation1532—More, Confutation of Tyndale's Answer• Massive writing, half million words• Calls Tyndale traitor to England, heretic1534—Henry VIII named Head of Church of England• Denied annulment of his marriage• Pulls England out of Catholic Church• Parliament passes Act of Supremacy, monarch head of church1534—Tyndale moves into house of English merchants, Antwerp• John Rogers joins Tyndale, Coverdale• Rogers converted under Tyndale's witness• Rogers will complete Tyndale's translation Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 7 1534—Tyndale revises Pentateuch, Antwerp1534—Tyndale revises New Testament, Antwerp• 4000 edits to his 1526 printing• Called “the glory of his life's work”1535—Tyndale re-edits New Testament, Antwerp• Makes yet more edits, though fewer1535—Tyndale translates Joshua-2 Chronicles• Completes historical section of Old TestamentTYNDALE MARTYRED1535—Henry Phillips dispatched, find Tyndale• Had gambled away father's estate• Church of England promises to repay1535—Tyndale arrested, Antwerp1535—Tyndale imprisoned, Vilvoorde Castle, Belgium• Held 500 days, 18 months in castle• Miserable conditions1535—Coverdale Bible published• Unknown to Tyndale, Coverdale completes Old Testament• But not from Hebrew1536—Tyndale tried, charged, martyred• Mock trial, charged with heresy• God, open the eyes of the king• Tyndale hung, burned, blown up Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 8 REFORMATION SPREADS1536—Calvin writes Institute of the Christian Religion• Greatest work of Reformation• Explains true Christianity to French King1536—Calvin enters Geneva• Road detour, unintentional destination• Recognized as author, Institutes• Charged to stay or be cursed1537—Rogers publishes Matthew Bible• Edits Old Testament portions translated by Coverdale• Publishes entire Bible, Tyndale's work, his edits1538—Calvin expelled from Geneva• For fencing Lord's Table• Departs for Geneva1541—Calvin returns to Geneva• Geneva begs Calvin to return• Begins with next verse of last exposition• Preaches there for next 23 years 1545—Council of Trent meets• Meeting of Roman Catholic leaders• Launches Counter Reformation• Produces first Catholic doctrinal statement• Declares anathema on Reformers, believers of gospels of grace Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 9 1546—Luther dies in Germany• “I want to be as well known in hell as in heaven”• Preaches last sermon in Eisleben• “God put the power in the Word.”1547—King Henry VIII dies1547—Edward VI, King of England• Boy king, age 9• Protestant king, makes Reformed policies1549—Book of Common Prayer published1549—Act of Uniformity passed1553—Edward VI dies• Dies at age 15• Reformed cause halted1553—Mary I, Queen of England• Bloody Mary assumes throne• Staunch Catholic• Begins martyrdom of Protestants1553—John Knox leaves England for Europe1555—Rogers martyred, Smithfield, London• Charged with heresy• Fist Marian martyr1555—Latimer, Ridley martyred, Oxford• Burned to death at same stake Steven J. LawsonMen's Bible StudyEnglish Reformation 10 • Latimer, “Play the man Master Ridley”1558—Mary I dies, age 42• A mercy of relief to Reformed believers1558—Elizabeth I, Queen of England• Half-sister assumes throne• Chooses halfway house, compromise• Combines Reformed truth, Catholic worship1559—John Knox returns to Scotland• Launches Scottish Reformation1560—Geneva Bible published• Translated into English• First English Bible with chapter divisions• Included study notes1560s—Puritan Age begins• Attempt to purify worship within Church of England1564—Calvin dies in Geneva• Concludes 25 years pastorate1572—St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre1603—Elizabeth I, dies, age 691603—James I becomes King of England1611—King James Version• 90% of New Testament was Tyndale's work1618—Synod of Dort, refutes Arminianism

Good Doctrine
Ep. 121 | Demons and the Demonic, Satan and the Satanic

Good Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 70:17


It's that time of year again, but fortunately we're not going to subject you to a conversation about whether or not your children should go trick-or-treating for razor blades in their Mars bars. Demons and unclean spirits are real, so what does the Bible say about them and what's the real threat?Josh's new books:- The Exorcism of Satan- The King's CommandOur sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.comEmail us at: gooddoctrinepodcast@gmail.com

Theology Applied
QUESTIONS - Do Elders In A Local Church Need To Be United On Calvinism Or Arminianism?

Theology Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 4:41


Question from Bruce Thomas Wayne: Do you think a local church can be fruitful if there is no clear soteriological view? For example, my church is Arminian and Calvinistic. There is a clear divide in our church, and we have had 3 pastors in the last 4 years.

Come Let Us Reason Podcast
God's Sovereignty and Man's Freedom (Part 2)

Come Let Us Reason Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022


God's Sovereignty and Man's Freedom (Part 2) The Bible holds that God predestines certain people to be saved, but we're also told that we must choose to follow Jesus. Is this a contradiction? Are our choices real? In this video, Lenny explores the apparent tensions between our free will and God's foreordination and looks at possible solutions offered in theological systems like Calvinism, Arminianism and Molinism. (Part 2 of 2)

5 Solas
Bonus: Superintending the Solution to Calvinism vs. Arminianism, What We Believe, Part 27

5 Solas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 58:53


Rapp Report episode 246 Many people fight over Calvinism and Arminianism. Who is right and who is wrong? the answer may surprise you. Andrew provides answers from Scripture to resolve this debate. Most of the focus of debate focuses on did God choose us or did we choose God. Also, the other question answered is who did Christ die for on the cross. This is a bonus episode. Listen to the last episode in the series: What is Regeneration, What We Believe, Part 26 This podcast is a ministry of Striving for Eternity and all our resources Listen to other podcasts on the Christian Podcast Community Support Striving for Eternity Leave us a review Fill out our survey about this show Give us your feedback, email us info@StrivingForEternity.org Get the book What Do They Believe Get the book What Do We Believe Sponsors: Logos Bible Software MyPillow or call (800) 873-0176 and use promo SFE

Everyday Ministry Podcast
Bonus: Superintending the Solution to Calvinism vs. Arminianism, What We Believe, Part 27

Everyday Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 58:53


Rapp Report episode 246 Many people fight over Calvinism and Arminianism. Who is right and who is wrong? the answer may surprise you. Andrew provides answers from Scripture to resolve this debate. Most of the focus of debate focuses on did God choose us or did we choose God. Also, the other question answered is who did Christ die for on the cross. This is a bonus episode. Listen to the last episode in the series: What is Regeneration, What We Believe, Part 26 This podcast is a ministry of Striving for Eternity and all our resources Listen to other podcasts on the Christian Podcast Community Support Striving for Eternity Leave us a review Fill out our survey about this show Give us your feedback, email us info@StrivingForEternity.org Get the book What Do They Believe Get the book What Do We Believe Sponsors: Logos Bible Software MyPillow or call (800) 873-0176 and use promo SFE

Christian Podcast Community
Bonus: Superintending the Solution to Calvinism vs. Arminianism, What We Believe, Part 27

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 58:53


Rapp Report episode 246 Many people fight over Calvinism and Arminianism. Who is right and who is wrong? the answer may surprise you. Andrew provides answers from Scripture to resolve this debate. Most of the focus of debate focuses on did God choose us or did we choose God. Also, the other question answered is who did Christ die for on the cross. This is a bonus episode. Listen to the last episode in the series: What is Regeneration, What We Believe, Part 26 This podcast is a ministry of Striving for Eternity and all our resources Listen to other podcasts on the Christian Podcast Community Support Striving for Eternity Leave us a review Fill out our survey about this show Give us your feedback, email us info@StrivingForEternity.org Get the book What Do They Believe Get the book What Do We Believe Sponsors: Logos Bible Software MyPillow or call (800) 873-0176 and use promo SFE

Good Doctrine
Ep. 120 | Christian Parents Should Expect Christian Children

Good Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 49:35


Not only is it your responsibility to raise your children in the fear and admonition of the Lord, but it should be your expectation that they stay fearful and admonished in the Lord. Email us at: gooddoctrinepodcast@gmail.comJosh's new books:- The Exorcism of Satan- The King's CommandOur sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.comEmail us at: gooddoctrinepodcast@gmail.com

Rethinking Rest
56. Acts 13-14 - Who Were Those "Appointed to Eternal Life?"

Rethinking Rest

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 34:08


Rethinking Scripture PodcastEpisode 56: Acts 13-14 - Who Were Those "Appointed to Eternal Life?"September 28, 2022 - Host: Dr. Gregory HallThere are many ideas about how people get "saved." Is God in control of the whole process, or do people have some say in what they believe. There's a story in Acts 13-14 that some think speaks to the topic. But we may not be understanding the passages ancient context? If that's the case, we may have some rethinking to do!Resources Referenced and/or Read:Toussaint, S. D. (1985). Acts. In J. F. Walvoord & R. B. Zuck (Eds.), The Bible Knowledge Commentary: An Exposition of the Scriptures (Vol. 2, pp. 390–391). Victor Books.Newman, B. M., & Nida, E. A. (1972). A handbook on the Acts of the Apostles (pp. 269–270). United Bible Societies.Gangel, K. O. (1998). Acts (Vol. 5, p. 219). Broadman & Holman Publishers.Polhill, J. B. (1992). Acts (Vol. 26, p. 308). Broadman & Holman Publishers.Martin, R. P. (2005). The Result of Paul's Preaching in Antioch: “As many as were ordained to eternal life believed” Acts 13:48. The Reformed Baptist Theological Review, 2(2), 29–30.Bence, P. A. (1998). Acts: a Bible commentary in the Wesleyan tradition (p. 62). Wesleyan Publishing House.Show Music:Intro/Outro - "Growth" by Armani Delos SantosTransition Music - produced by Jacob A. HallPodcast Website:The All-America Listener Challenge Updates: https://rethinkingscripture.comMy New Podcast Studio... The Upper Room: https://rethinkingscripture.com/podcast-episodes/More information about The Homes and Help Initiative: https://rethinkingscripture.com/homes-help-initiative/Sister site: RethinkingRest.comRethinking Rest... the Book: Coming January 19, 2023!More information about the book: https://rethinkingrest.com/the-book/Social Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RethinkingScripture Twitter: @RethinkingStuffInstagram: Rethinking_ScriptureYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6YCLg2UldJiA0dsg0KkvLAPowered and distributed by Simplecast.

Good Doctrine
Ep. 119 | You Were Born Wicked

Good Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 54:02


It's true.Josh's new books:- The Exorcism of Satan- The King's CommandOur sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.com

Come Let Us Reason Podcast
God's Sovereignty and Man's Freedom (Part 1)

Come Let Us Reason Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022


God's Sovereignty and Man's Freedom (Part 1) The Bible holds that God predestines certain people to be saved, but we're also told that we must choose to follow Jesus. Is this a contradiction? Are our choices real? In this video, Lenny explores the apparent tensions between our free will and God's foreordination and looks at possible solutions offered in theological systems like Calvinism, Arminianism and Molinism. (Part 1 of 2)

The Dance Of Life Podcast with Tudor Alexander
287: Once Saved Always Saved, Part 1 - Intro & Total Depravity

The Dance Of Life Podcast with Tudor Alexander

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 78:30


Part 1 of my "OSAS" (Once Saved Always Saved) series. The goal of this series is to provide exhaustive biblical support for the doctrine of eternal security and show why anything else just simply isn't possible. In this episode I discuss what "OSAS" really means, where people get hung up and what the implications of Arminianism really imply (the idea you can lose your salvation, among other things).

Real Talk Christian Podcast
163:Eternal Security: Can I lose my salvation? Part 1

Real Talk Christian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 56:34


Eternal security vs. Loss of Salvation. This has been a focal point of the christian faith for many years. Whether you aBelieve in Arminianism, Calvinism, a bit of both, or neither, more than likely you have been asked the question or ask the question yourself of " Can I lose my salvation?" In this week's first of a two episode series on Real Talk Christian Podcast, Marc Hyde and Chris Fuller sit down to start laying the foundation for the this discussion that has been going on for centuries. They dive into what has been said about this matter in their own lives and what does it actually mean to have salvation. So grab your Bible and your favorite hot beverage and let's dive in.   /Resources Used In This Episode// https://www.gotquestions.org/unconditional-election.html https://www.gotquestions.org/conditional-election.html https://phyliciamasonheimer.com/five-reasons-to-believe-you-are-eternally-secure/   //Other Episode You Might Enjoy// https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/147-what-do-i-do-if-i-dont-feel-like-a-christian/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/136-growing-up-christian-misconceptions-of-a-perfect-upbringing/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/131-what-happens-to-those-who-dont-hear-the-gospel/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/134-spiritual-growth-how-to-grow-closer-to-god/ https://realtalkchristianpodcast.com/episodes/114-the-sabbath-day-saturday-or-sunday/   // Helpful Links // The Christian Standard Bible: https://bit.ly/3rulKqi Lifeway Christian Resources: https://bit.ly/3qka4Wv Got Questions?: https://bit.ly/3vSMJfq Dwell Bible App: https://bit.ly/3zUYq8E Cross Formed Kids from Ryan Coatney: https://bit.ly/3h19isZ RTC Quick Links: https://linktr.ee/realtalkchristianpodcast RTC Merch Store: https://real-talk-christian-podcast.creator-spring.com/ RTC Online: www.realtalkchristianpodcast.com Twin Valley Coffee:  https://www.coffeehelpingmissions.com En Ged Music Festival:https://www.engedimusicfest.com

Good Doctrine
Ep. 118 | Owning the Libs is not a Christian Virtue

Good Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 78:42


Caught you looking! Now that the clickbait has worked, why don't you give us a listen and hear what kind of things we want you to be thinking about. Josh's new books:- The Exorcism of Satan- The King's CommandOur sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.com

DyerConversations
New Testament Theology | Episode #50 with Dr. Kurt Jaros

DyerConversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 73:00


There is a lot of discussions that can happen revolving around New Testament Theology, but one of the best is in regards to Calvinism versus Arminianism. Is it an either-or choice or is there a third option? Also, have Christians been guilty of unjustifiably attacking the skeptic Bart Ehrman? Check out this conversation I had with Dr. Kurt Jaros as we discuss New Testament theology and a whole lot more.   Check out my website for more content I create: https://www.dyerconversations.com Connect with me on social media: https://www.instagram.com/dyerconversations/ https://twitter.com/williammdyer   Connect with Dr. Kurt Jaros: https://veracityhill.com/ https://www.facebook.com/veracityhill https://twitter.com/VeracityHill    

Good Doctrine
Ep. 117 | Bookish People

Good Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 74:22


It's no secret that we've tried to encourage everyone to be better readers, but why is it important? Our sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.com

Salem Bible Church Podcast
Acts part 77 - Calvinism vs Arminianism

Salem Bible Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 48:11


Pastor Lance Rubringer September 4, 2022 AM

Andrew Farley
08.21.2022 - The Grace Message with Dr. Andrew Farley

Andrew Farley

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 55:01


What is Arminianism? What does it look like to submit to God's will? I feel like I have lost my testimony because of my past. Do you have any thoughts? What are the two greatest commands in the Law? What are the commands on our new hearts? How do I fight against the fiery darts of the enemy's accusation? How should we look at growing and learning in light of God's grace?

Theology Applied
QUESTIONS - What Are Some Views Of Salvation Besides Calvinism and Arminianism?

Theology Applied

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 16:03


Is Calvinism and Arminianism the only two views of salvation? Assuming there are others, could you explain the differences?

Theocast - Reformed Theology
What Happened to Baptism?

Theocast - Reformed Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 38:37


The sacrament of baptism was given to us by God as a means of His grace. Baptism is about our union with Christ. It is a sign of being grafted into him in his life, death, and resurrection. It is a sign of the remission of our sins. It is a sign of God's promise to keep us unto salvation. Sadly, this is not how baptism is typically talked about in the church. What happened? Why is it not talked about this way? In today's episode Jon and Justin have a theological, historical, and biblical conversation about baptism as a means of grace. Semper Reformanda: Jon and Justin continue to discuss baptism as a sign of our union with Christ. In particular, the guys consider how pietism, revivalism, and Arminianism have affected how many have understood union with Christ--and thereby, baptism. Resources:Our episodes on Lordship SalvationOur episode "The Resting Heart Rate of the Christian Life"Our episode on "Leaving Pietism"

Signposts with Russell Moore
Listener Questions on Abortion, Salvation, and Virtual Church

Signposts with Russell Moore

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 65:12


How can pro-life Christians engage in meaningful conversations about abortion with their pro-choice friends? Is attending church online equivalent to sitting in the sanctuary on a Sunday morning? And what is Russell Moore's new book about? Russell Moore responds to all of these questions and more on this episode of The Russell Moore Show. Listen in for nuanced answers to listener inquiries such as: How should pro-life Christians respond when pro-choice friends say the pro-life position is only religious and therefore shouldn't be imposed on anyone else? What can women who have had abortions, or men who have empowered them, do if they are struggling with an ongoing sense of guilt? How should Christians act when a coworker exhibits narcissistic behaviors? What are the differences between Calvinism and Arminianism, and how important are they? Is it okay for introverts who are drained by the work week to watch church online instead of attending in person? Future listener question episodes will include topics like grandparenting, retirement, and heaven. Do you have a question for Russell Moore? Send it to questions@russellmoore.com.“The Russell Moore Show” is a production of Christianity Today Chief Creative Officer: Erik Petrik Executive Producer and Host: Russell Moore Director of Podcasts: Mike Cosper Production Assistance: CoreMedia Coordinator: Beth Grabenkort Producer and Audio Mixing: Kevin Duthu Associate Producer: Abby Perry Theme Song: “Dusty Delta Day” by Lennon Hutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices