Tag Archives: theology

Molinism Redux

In this episode I’m back in discussion with Eric Hernandez on the issues surrounding Molinism. He brought backup this time with Johnny Sakr and I’m joined by Christus Victor’s own Owen Paun.

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For the slides that I used during the discussion, see here: Molinism slides

Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

Discussion with Eric Hernandez on Molinism

In this episode I discuss the issue of Molinism with Eric Hernandez and Andrew Rappaport on Andrew’s show, Striving for Eternity.

 

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Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

Molinism Discussion Part 2

In this episode I am joined by Owen Paun to discussion Molinism and what exactly we find so problematic with it.
 
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http://freedthinkerpodcast.blogspot.com/2016/09/molinism-discussion-part-2.html
Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

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/
Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

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.

You can stream it here, listen on iTunes or find us on Stitcher!

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Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

“I Will Cite My Sources When You Agree With Me” – A Foray Into the Mind of a Mythicist

In this somewhat impromptu episode, I reflect on a bizarre conversation I had with a Jesus Mythicist. It was just delightful.

You’ll see.

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The thread is here:

 https://www.facebook.com/groups/unbelievablejb/permalink/862034720563712/?comment_id=862457950521389&notif_t=group_comment_follow&notif_id=1462116244926186

Sources:

http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Plutarch/Lives/Romulus*.html

http://www.ancient.eu/Romulus_and_Remus/

Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

Discussion with Cory Markum on Moral Philosophy – Part 2

In this episode I continue my discussion with my friend and atheist Cory Markum on what he thinks a possible foundation for morality might be from within a non-theistic worldview. At the end of this I ask the audience to weigh in if Cory has met his burden of proof to demonstrate that such a thesis has been demonstrated. Feel free to comment with your thoughts!

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Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

The Doctrines of Grace – Is Grace Resistible?

In this episode we continue out look at the Reformed Doctrines of Grace, also known as Calvinism. We have been working our way through the Russian Nesting Dolls and have now gotten to the question of how God applies the atonement of Christ to his elect people. Can people by the working of their own free will reject the gospel call of God when he has elected and atoned for them? Of does the work of the Spirit happen in a way that cannot be repelled?

That is the question for this episode of The Freed Thinker Podcast!

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Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

The Doctrines of Grace – Limited Atonement

Did Jesus die to atone for all the sins of all people? All the sins of some people? Some of the sins of some people?

What was the extent of the atonement of Christ? Should we be universalists? These are some of the questions that lead to many of our most heated discussions as Christians with Arminians calling Calvinists evil and cruel and demonic and Calvinists calling Arminians/Molinists heretics and Pelagians.

This is the topic of this episode of the Freed Thinker Podcast as we continue our series on the Reformed Doctrines of Grace, better known as Calvinism.

You can download the show in iTunes or Stitcher or stream it from the blog.

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http://freedthinkerpodcast.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-doctrines-of-grace-limited-atonement.html

Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

Doctrines of Grace – The Atonement

http://freedthinkerpodcast.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-doctrines-of-grace-atonment.html

In this episode we continue our series looking at the Reformed Doctrines of Grace otherwise known as the doctrines of Calvinism. Next time we will be looking at the doctrine known as Limited Atonement so for this episode we are looking at the intent of the atonement. I argue that we cannot understand the EXTENT of the atonement unless we understand the INTENT of the atonement.

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For more resources I recommend:

Redemption Accomplished and Applied by John Murray

The Atonement by Leon Morris

From Heaven He Came and Sought Her ed. by Jonathan Gibson and J.I. Packer

https://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/introduction-to-pastoral-theological/id378878956?mt=10

https://itunes.apple.com/us/course/introduction-to-pastoral-theological/id534630011

Tyler studied Philosophy and English at Sonoma State University, graduated Preseminary (Biblical and Theological Studies) from Moody Bible Institute, and is currently working on my Masters of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.