Theonomy Part 2

This is Part 2 of my discussion with Dr. Charles Lee Irons on the issue of Theonomy.

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You can find more of Dr. Irons’ work on his blog:
http://www.upper-register.com/
In this episode he will specifically mention these two papers:
http://www.upper-register.com/papers/1788_theonomy.pdf
http://www.upper-register.com/papers/1788_revision.pdf
Here is a link to his latest book that I HIGHLY recommend to any student of the Greek NT:
https://www.amazon.com/Syntax-Guide-Readers-Greek-Testament/dp/0825443822/

Theonomy Part 1

This episode is Part 1 of a discussion on Theonomy with scholar Dr. Charles Lee Irons.

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You can find more of Dr. Irons’ work on his blog:

http://www.upper-register.com/

 In Part 2 he will specifically mention these two papers:

http://www.upper-register.com/papers/1788_theonomy.pdf

http://www.upper-register.com/papers/1788_revision.pdf

Here is a link to his latest book that I HIGHLY recommend to any student of the Greek NT:

https://www.amazon.com/Syntax-Guide-Readers-Greek-Testament/dp/0825443822/

Are You Reformed?

The “Young, Restless, and Reformed” movement stormed vigorously onto the scene in the Millennial generation. Over a decade in, there now seems to be a struggle developing over the right to use the label.

Tyler Vela, host of The Freed Thinker, joins us to discuss the defining features of what it means to be “Reformed.”

  • What Makes One Reformed?
  • Calvinism and Labels
  • Covenantal Theology and Dispensationalism
  • Confessions
  • Regulative Principle of Worship
  • Infant or Believer’s Baptism

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Rules of Rhetoric or How to Win an Argument Without Even Trying

Every day we evaluate claims to decide which we believe and which we do not. It’s fundamentally the same process when we are engaged in dialogue online. We Christians, as followers of the truth, should be better at reasoned dialogue than anyone:

In this episode we cover:

  • Affirmative
  • Negative
  • Assessing Arguments
  • Fallacies

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ISN’T THE BIBLE MISOGYNISTIC? – PART 2 (HERMENEUTICAL FOUNDATIONS)

In this episode we continue our discussion of the so called “misogyny” of the Bible by laying a hermeneutical foundation for how we are to read the Bible in a Redemptive Historical and how Jesus is the answer in the back of the book so to speak. We explore Paul’s view that Jesus tore down social dividing lines and what this does to show the ultimate intention of God and his work of subverting Ancient Near Eastern cultural norms throughout the Old Testament.
 
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The Oreo Session – Part 2

In this episode I continue the discussion with atheists Cory Markum and Alex Starr about a wide ranging host of topics from Jesus Mythicism, Leprechaun defecation, to Richard Dawkins. I forgot to give the warning on the last episode so I will here… the really polite southern gentleman lets some expletives slip. And honestly… I’m too lazy to edit it.

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The Oreo Session – Part 1

In this episode there is a discussion between two black sheep and one as white as snow… 😉 And yes that was the title recommended by one of the atheists! Listen in to this wonderful lively discussion between myself and two atheists, Cory Markum and Alex Starr.

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Millennials and The Workplace (Part 2): Education and Expectations

Jeremy Lundmark, host of After the Sermon, and I discuss the generational dynamics of Millennials in the workplace.

In part two of this conversation we cover:

  • Multiple Correct Ways
  • Dissecting the Boomers and Their Legacy
  • Get a Degree, Work Hard and … Prosper?
  • Education, Debt, Ministry
  • What do Millennials Expect From The Workplace?

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Millennials and The Workplace (Part 1): Advancement and Technology

Jeremy Lundmark, host of After the Sermon, and I discuss the generational dynamics of Millennials in the workplace.

In part one of this conversation we cover:

  • Podcasting, Theology Mix, and The Anons
  • Millennial = Hipster?
  • Boomers Blocking Gen X & Millennial Advancement
  • The Role of Technology in the Workforce

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History for Atheists… And the Rest of Us – Part 2

In this episode I pick up with part 2 of my discussion with atheist and historian Tim O’Neill as we discuss why so many atheists passionately believe revisionists myths like the Conflict Thesis, Jesus Mythicism, Flat Earth views of the “Dark Ages” and so forth.

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