Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 77 in total
A conversation with Dr. Joseph Pipa about the holiness of God.
A short update on season two and all the happenings around here.
A short interview on the Trinity
A conversation with Dr. Cornelis Venema of Mid-America Reformed Seminary.
A conversation with Dr. Guy Richard (of RTS-Atlanta) about God's spirituality.
A short solo episode with Hutch (your host) about what happens next.
In today's interview we talk to Dr. Ligon Duncan of RTS-Jackson about what it means that God has revealed himself to his people as Yahweh.
Can Dispensationalism stand up to scrutiny?
A solo episode in our new miniseries for season two examining general eschatology
A short clip of my interview with Zecharias Abraham Weldeyesus of Redeemer OPC in Atlanta, Ga.
Does Ephesians 5:21 negate what follows? What about mutual submission? Let's talk.
Tonight, we think out loud about the shape of the world around us.
A conversation with Brandi Fleck about her journey back to the church.
A sermon preached at Wayside PCA in Signal Mountain, Tennessee.
Looking back at season one and looking forward towards season two
A conversation with Dr. Joseph A. Pipa, Jr. about the place of the Lord's Day within Reformed piety and practice.
Another midnight ramble, this time about infertility and rural church planting.
A conversation about baptism with Dr. John V. Fesko of Reformed Theological Seminary
A conversation with Dr. Maarten Kuivenhoven of HRC Grand Rapids.
This is just me thinking out loud and trying to clarify some things that are rolling around my head.
An interview with Rev. Derrick Brite about the perseverance of the saints.
Talking about irresistible grace with Pastor Bill Hill.
A conversation with Dr. Anthony Bradley about misandry
The final episode of our miniseries on family worship
Talking God's Providence in the midst of panic.
An interview with Dr. Brian Cosby about the T in TULIP
A look at Mark 1:28–34 and some thoughts on singing in family worship.
Interviewing Chuck Barrett about limited atonement.
A conversation with Rev. Craig Scott about the biblical, confessional, and historic case for exclusive psalmody