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Members Podcast: Jon and Justin talk pastorally and personally about the fallout of evangelical confusion over justification and sanctification.
In this episode, the guys talk about evangelicalism. Where did it come from? What produced it? What kind of effect has evangelical culture had on Christians? If you feel as though you’re drowning–if you are struggling and disenchanted–you are not crazy. And you are not alone.
In this episode, we answer the question, "Can we disappoint God in our disobedience?" We also have a spirited discussion about quiet times and the necessity of the church.
Jon and Justin continue the discussion around Mark Jones' article. We also take listener questions about the Marrow Controversy, Roman Catholicism, and when/how you would know someone is a false convert.
In our second ever live event, Jon and Justin talk primarily about sola fide--some of the old and new confusion around it. How do good works factor into our final salvation? We begin to discuss an article written recently by Mark Jones in which he argues that we have the right to eternal life by faith alone but we will finally possess eternal life through good works.
In our first-ever live Theocast event, we answer listener questions as well as those submitted by the audience. Topics include assurance of salvation, motivations for obedience, our need for the church, and more.
On today’s podcast, The Boys want to do something a little different. Our goal is to get you, the listener, involved in our discussion. We pulled one of our favorite podcasts from last year on the subject of Discipleship. Does the modern perspective align with discipleship historically? How has pietism changed the way discipleship is done within the church? What is the historic reformed perspective of discipleship? After you listen to the episode, please head over to the Facebook group and post your questions. We will answer them in a future podcast this fall.
How acceptable are our good works? We all have bad days, but on our best days what does the Father think of our obedience? Is He only concerned with sincerity of heart? Does He approve of those who give their best effort? The answer: Scripture tells us that our best attempts at holiness are so…
Let’s take a quick simple survey:
Can you name five spiritual disciplines? What do you believe is the most important discipline? What do you believe is the purpose of the disciplines?