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The Boys answer a number of your questions this week. How do we deal with sin in our lives and not beat ourselves up over it? How can the believer find assurance if we are not sure whom God has elected? What do the Boys think about the sanctification debate with Tullian? In the UNFILTERED, are we required to put in personal effort toward our sanctification?
The Boys walk through the book of Hebrews demonstrating how the entire Bible is pointing us to Jesus Christ and his redemption of sinners. They also dive into several of the "problem" passages and provide simple yet helpful answers. Their greatest goal in this episode is to lead you to trust in Christ.
The Boys take a real practical approach in answering some common questions about what it looks like to rest in Christ daily as a parent, pastor, and sinner. In the UNFILTERED we respond to one of our listener's questions, "Is Lordship another Gospel?"
Jon and Ryan answer the question: How does the move from pietism to confessionalism impact your parenting? In the UNFILTERED, they talk about the historic teaching called Preporationism.
Is the doctrine of the Trinity really that important? The Boys discuss how your view of the Triune God impacts your ability to rest in Christ. This discussion is taken from chapter two of the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith.v
The Boys do a 30,000-foot view of one of the most controversial books in the Bible, the book of James. The Boys spend most of the time answering some common questions: Was Abraham justified by works? How do we reconcile James and Paul? Can we even find the gospel in the book of James? In the UNFILTERED they cover the famous passage on healing with oil.
Today on the podcast the Boys are answering your questions! You asked us to comment on Paul Washer, Reformed Theology, Calvinism, and whether ties are an important aspect of worship. We hope you enjoy the discussion.
Today on the podcast The Boys are talking about the Bible. Particularly, what the 1689 LBC has to say about it. After briefly discussing how we should approach the confessions we turn our discussion towards the relationship a believer should have with the Bible.