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How should we understand the callings of Christ? "Come follow me, take up your cross, forsake all, and hate yourself?" Are these law passages or gospel? Should these callings be a burden on the Christian or comfort? How does the theology of glory vs the theology of the cross help our interpretation of these passages?
Special Update: Jon, Jimmy, and Justin give a special update in the intro!
One more from the old crew! We will be launching our new podcast with our new hosts at the end of August. You can learn more by visiting theocast.org.
Today the Boys discuss the believer's assurance. This is a constant question we receive from our listeners. One of the great truths of the covenant of grace is God's faithfulness to His promises. It is there we find our rest and not in our own faithfulness. What about our obedience? Does this factor into our assurance? We hope you enjoy!
UPDATE: We are excited to be launching our new podcast with TWO new hosts joining Jon Moffitt in August. More information will be coming soon!
Episode: How should we understand and apply the book of Judges from a Christ-centered perspective? What about the heroes such as Gideon and Samson?
UNFILTERED: We answer some great questions. Where do babies go when they die? Can you preach grace so much that it leads to sin?
Jon interviews David Zahl on his new book, "Seculosity: How Career, Parenting, Technology, Food, Politics, and Romance Became Our New Religion and What to Do about It. Helpful conversation on self-justification in our culture and how it contrasts the reality of the gospel.
UNFILTERED: Jon asks some fun and interesting questions about David you will not want to miss.
Today the Boys wrestle with the topic of divine providence! If God is in complete control of all that happens in the universe, how is there sin? Is God the primary cause of everything that happens in the world? What are secondary causes? If God is in control, how can we be held accountable for sin? How does God use divine providence to bring about redemption?
UNFILTERED: How does God use our own sinful failures to cause us to have a greater dependence upon him?
Today the Boys explain how to read Old Testament books like Joshua from a redemptive-historical perspective. How do you distinguish between Law and Gospel in the narrative of the book? How should we understand the faithfulness of characters like Joshua and Rahab? UNFILTERED: We discuss the foreshadowing of Christ in the Book of Joshua, and we add some quick thoughts on the Lordship Salvation debate.
1) What is the Lordship Salvation debate and how do we view it? 2) What are the evidences of Salvation? Should we be looking for these? 3) How should we handle theological differences when dating? UNFILTERED: What is the biblical view of dating?
The Boys answer another great question concerning the form and function of the Lord's Table. How often should a church partake? Should we pass the elements or be served? Can women serve communion?
UNFILTERED: What does Paul mean by “partake unworthily” in 1 Corinthians?