Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
12/06/2019
Church Discipline Podcast
Our dynamic duo brings up a topic that is usually difficult, and—many times—hard to swallow in the local church. Church leaders and congregants alike can also often misunderstand its procedure and purposes.  What is church discipline, and what does Scripture teach about it? What’s the purpose of chu
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11/18/2019
God Without Passions Podcast
God Without PassionsWhat do we mean when we say that God is without passion…that He’s indifferent to His creation? Is God moved by anyone or anything? How should we handle the difficult Bible passages that seem to contradict the doctrine of impassibility?  Sam Renihan is a pastor at Trinity Reformed
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11/04/2019
Divine Knowledge Podcast
Divine KnowledgeJonathan and James share an informal conversation about the knowledge of God. What are we really saying when we claim that God knows all things? What’s the scope of God’s knowledge? Is God continuously learning everything at the moment it happens? James affirms that God is “uneducate
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10/22/2019
Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord? Podcast
Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?Michael Morales, professor of Biblical Studies at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, joins us on the podcast to discuss his latest work, Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?Who is able to approach God’s presence? This investigative study exa
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10/07/2019
Theoretical-Practical Theology Vol. II
Theoretical-Practical Theology Vol. II17th-century Reformed theologian Petrus Van Mastricht wrote a comprehensive treatment of theoretical-practical theology. This extensive collection is gradually being made available in English by Todd Rester, lead translator of this massive work. The second volum
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09/23/2019
All Things for Good Podcast
All Things for Good James and Jonathan remove the dust from the cover of a classic book that’s played a big role in their lives. All Things for Good, formerly known as A Divine Cordial by Thomas Watson was originally published in 1663, and it reads as a series of sermons or expositions of Romans 8:2
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09/10/2019
Banner of Truth: A Conversation with Mark Johnston Podcast
Banner of Truth: A Conversation with Mark JohnstonMark Johnston is the pastor of Bethel Presbyterian Church in Cardiff, Wales. Mark also writes for the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals on the Place for Truth website, has authored several books, and serves on the board of Banner of Truth Trust. Jo
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08/26/2019
From Shadow To Substance Podcast
From Shadow to SubstanceWhat is Federal Theology? Sam Renihan joins our hosts to address this very question. Sam is a pastor at Trinity Reformed Baptist Church in La Mirada, CA and author of From Shadow to Substance: the Federal Theology of the English Particular Baptists.  Is it fair to say that
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08/12/2019
No Place for Truth Podcast
No Place for TruthJonathan and James are discussing a book that influenced both of them decades ago. Why would they be talking about it now, and what is the book’s relevance for today? 25 years ago, David Wells wrote No Place for Truth, a microscopic analysis of how the purpose of the church and of
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07/29/2019
Pastoral Visitation Podcast
Pastoral VisitationChad Vegas, founding pastor of Sovereign Grace Church in Bakersfield, CA, visits with Jonathan and James to talk about his journey from pragmatism to conviction. Chad gives us his background, and tells us who the Lord has used to change his ministry, and how God did so! Chad dis
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07/18/2019
Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends Them Podcast
Simonetta Carr joins Jonathan and James today. She opens up about very difficult times in her life, during which she dealt with schizophrenia in her family, which would ultimately claim her son. In Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends Them, Simonetta recounts her experience as she learned much about
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07/01/2019
Aquinas Among the Protestants Podcast
Aquinas Among the ProtestantsShould Protestants read and engage with anything written by Thomas Aquinas? David VanDrunen sits in with Jonathan and James to talk about a book he co-edited with Manfred Svensson, titled Aquinas Among the Protestants. David is the Robert B. Strimple Professor of Systema
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06/17/2019
How Then Shall We Feel? Podcast
How Then Shall We Feel?In the house today is Dr. Keith Plummer. He’s a professor of a variety of topics related to pastoral ministry, apologetics, and spiritual formation at Cairn University. The topic of our conversation is the place that feelings or emotions have in the life of a Christian. How ar
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06/03/2019
Grace Worth Fighting For Podcast
Grace Worth Fighting ForTo celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Canons of Dort, Daniel Hyde has written Grace Worth Fighting For: Recapturing the Vision of God’s Grace in the Canons of Dort. Hyde’s work is a reminder for us to protect and proclaim the Gospel of grace.Danny is the pastor of Oceansi
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05/20/2019
The Identity and Attributes of God Podcast
The Identity and Attributes of GodToday, Jonathan and James have the pleasure of speaking with Terry Johnson. Terry is the senior pastor of Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah, GA, and the author of several books including his latest, The Identity and Attributes of God by Banner of Truth.W
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