THE HISTORY OF SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES
This lecture covers the historical decline of reformed spirituality over the last 400 years. Subjects covered in the class:
- The influence of the Counter-Reformation and Roman Catholic Theology
- The influence of pietism in the 17th and 18th century
- Modern revivalism in the 19th century
- Examining the writings of Foster, Willard, and Whitney
This class is part two of a four-part series on “Reformed Spirituality” taught by Jon Moffitt. This is the only video lecture. The other three lectures are audio-only.
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This course will seek to orient the Christian life within a reformed perspective by rethinking the evangelical construct of spiritual disciplines and learning to live within the freedom of faith in Christ. Over the four sessions of this course, we hope to reshape our approach to the Christian life by replacing the dread of our typical experience with the delight of the Gospel. Instructor: Jon Moffitt
What is Included?
Each session lasts a minimum of one hour and thirty-minutes and includes a 6-8 page hand.
Session One (audio only) Time – 1hr 30min. What is Reformed Spirituality Defining terms, form, and function
Session Two (audio/video) Time – 1hr 30min. The Historic Decline of Reformed Spirituality The influence of the Counter-Reformation and Roman Catholic Theology
Session Three (audio only) Time – 1hr 30min. Reformed Spirituality and Sanctification Our works or God’s?
Session Four (audio only) Time – 1hr 30min. Means of Grace Transitioning from an inward to an outward perspective