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Ever wondered how Christian should approach politics? Or if they should at all? Then you are in the right place. We will weekly look into Biblical views of politics and issues. Some weeks we may talk all Jesus and some weeks all politics. Let's bring Christian values back to our country.
Bringing you regular discussion on the subject of training, dieting, bodybuilding and all that's new in the world of fitness. These guys don't take themselves too seriously so expect humour mixed in with serious knowledge and science to keep you motivated in and out of the gym.
Join Dr. John Green IV, Lead Pastor at Wallace Memorial Baptist Church, as he teaches a Catalyst Class about the vision and mission of Wallace. Knowing is half the battle!
Jean-Baptiste-Marie Vianney, T.O.S.F., (8 May 1786 – 4 August 1859), commonly known in English as St John Vianney, was a French parish priest who is venerated in the Catholic Church as a saint and as the patron saint of all priests. He is often referred to as the "Curé d'Ars". He became internationally notable for his priestly and pastoral work in his parish because of the radical spiritual transformation of the community and its surroundings. Catholics attribute this to his saintly life, mo ...
I was a protestant minister and was ordained as a Baptist and a Lutheran. I am a convert to the Catholic faith, and strive to spread the truth about what the church really teaches. I have a master of divinity from Liberty University and am studying for a Master of Sacred Theology from Saint Joseph's College of Maine.
In this episode we discuss ministry work and other items with pastor John-William Noble of Grace Baptist Church Aberdeen.
Co-host Sean brings a lesson from Covenant Reformed Baptist Church in Warrenton, VA.
We enjoyed our discussion in response to Dr. Jordan Cooper. Note: To clarify, we may have said that Lutherans are unique in their view of baptismal regeneration. If we did, that is not correct as Roman Catholics in response to the Augsburg affirmed it.
In this episode, Sean gives a Gospel presentation in Dan's absence.
It's a big catchup episode with these friends reunited again. Up for discussion today - should you move more or eat less to get the best results on your diet? Can you bulk dirty and gain serious muscle? We have the answers. What's really in your bowl of cereal, is it the next level refeed meal? Plus LIVE COOKING as we show you the ultimate ice crea…
In this episode, Brandon Adams joins us to respond to Reformed Forum's episode on Christ the Center titled, "Typology and Covenant Membership in Hebrews".
We have thrown around terms like Marxism, Communism or Socialism but do we know what that is or how to define it. Most importantly, does it matter to me as a citizen and a voter? We are going to dive in and follow the history of Marxism: what is was, what it is and how it effects us in the United States. I will also touch on what the Bible has to s…
In this episode we discuss qualifications of a good Bible translation and look at different translations.
In this episode, Sean finishes out chapter 22 of the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith at Covenant Reformed Baptist Church in Warrenton, VA.
Brother Sean brings us a message from Covenant Reformed Baptist Church in Warrenton, VA on chapter 22 of the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith.
This week a short episode with some history on Memorial Day, what it is and why it matters. Take a second to educate yourself on what this holiday is and why it matters so we can honor those who have fallen. For feedback and episode/content requests email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgJohn Sullivan による
In this episode, we discuss differences between the two confessions and whether they are fundamentally different from one another.
What exactly is the 2nd Amendment? In a time where gun culture and gun control is debated often and the 2nd Amendment is brought up with frequency wouldn't it be helpful to know exactly what it is? Good news! We are going to dive into that. The history, when it came into being and the legal parameters of the 2nd Amendment. This episode is about inf…
In this episode, we primarily discuss Dr. James White and theonomy.
Sean brings us a message from Covenant Reformed Baptist Church in Warrenton, VA from a chapter in the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith.
Where is the hope in our country? Why are social issues ripping at the fabric of our society? We are going to jump into this and the role the mission of the church plays in this. Hope still exists and it comes from Jesus and His bride the church. We can change the world! So come along with me on this wild ride. Below are links to some of the data p…
Why are politics so divisive? Why can't we seem to have a productive conversation with others on politics? We are going to discuss this and what God's heart is around division and unification? As a Christian how can I approach a political conversation with someone I disagree with? We are going to dive into all this and more in today's episode. All …
In today's episode, we discuss the book of Jude.
As a Christian how do I choose a candidate and who to vote for? We are going to dive into what the Bible says and what is fluff. Voting is a privilege and responsibility and we can double down on that as Christians so we are going to take some time on how to properly vet a candidate and the 4 issue that really matter. We touch on part platform a li…
In this episode, we go through chapter 3 of Hercules Collin's catechism and discuss and video from the Pope.
In this episode, we have a discussion on orthodox Christian theism with Dr. James Dolezal of Cairn University.
In this episode, we discuss with Dr. Richard Barcellos his new book and his work on publishing Particular Baptist literature.
I am going to introduce myself to you and give you some history. I am going to discuss with you my passion for God and this country as well as how that plays into me wanting to get vocal about politics. It's time to engage I culture, government and politics again and be a light in this world. Feel free to check all of my quoted pieces and call me o…
In this episode we refute certain sections of Idol Killer's doctrinal statement found at idolkiller.com. Here is the link to his doctrinal statement: Doctrine | Idol Killer
In this episode, we refute Idol Killer on Ephesians 2 and the Incarnation of Christ.
In this episode, Pastor Samuel Renihan joined us to discuss early Particular Baptist history.
In this episode, Sean brings us a message from Covenant Reformed Baptist Church in Warrenton, VA on the doctrine of sanctification.
In today's episode, we discuss chapter 2 of An Orthodox Catechism by Hercules Collins.
In today’s episode, I present Part 2 of my Sunday school series on the doctrine of Justification. This was recorded and streamed live at Covenant Reformed Baptist Church in Warrenton, VA.
In today’s episode, I present to our church, Covenant Reformed Baptist Church in Warrenton VA, on the doctrine of Justification by Faith Alone. Since we were not able to meet in person, this presentation is done over Zoom. Enjoy!
In this episode we discuss whether Reformed Baptists are really part of the Reformed tradition with our special guest Pastor Jeff Riddle from Christ Reformed Baptist Church in Louisa, VA.
Sean and I were guests on Irresistible Truth hosted by Derek Murrell where we discussed tough verses in Scripture that could be potential problems for Calvinism. Enjoy!
In today's episode, we go through chapter 1 of Collin's Catechism.
In this podcast episode, we interview Daniel Funke and John-William Noble to discuss Reformed Baptist life in the UK and their new ministry, PARRĒSIA.
In this broadcast, we began our series on An Orthodox Catechism by Particular Baptist Hercules Collins.
In the second and final part of our series, we continue our discussion on Reformed Baptist life with Pastor Steve Clevenger.
In this episode, we discussed God as the mover of everything we do and all that comes to pass as the basis for our dependence upon Him as well as the promise of salvation that would come through the birth of His Son.
In this first of a two part series with our pastor, Steve Clevenger, we discuss Reformed Baptist life in the past as well as the present. The next part in the series will be about what he believes to be the future of the Reformed Baptist movement.
In today's episode, we discuss chapter 6 of of the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith.
In our special episode today we discussed difficult topics such as God's decree, sin's authorship, and free will with Dr. Leighton Flowers and Eric Hernandez.
In this off-the-cuff episode, we discuss our vision for The Particular Baptist as a ministry.
In this episode, we discuss theonomy with Pastor Tom Hicks.
In this episode we discuss the Doctrine of Creation as found in the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith.
In today's episode, we discussed 1689 Federalism in light of the recent controversy with James White.
In today's episode, we discuss infant baptism and the early church. Was the practice of infant baptism universally practiced in the early church?
It's been a bad year, but no one saw this coming! Injury has struck the big man down, and this is serious. This show covers injuries, recovering in particular! The boys discuss collagen and the benefits. Should you be pointing your toes in all directions when training legs? It's up for discussion with all new Tekkers Talk! All of the above with a b…
In this episode, Travis Rogers and Derek Murrell join the show as special guests in a discussion on Libertarian Free Will and Compatibilism.
Today Sean and I had a friendly debate on the TR vs. the "critical text".
Today we recorded at Christ Reformed Baptist Church in Louisa, Virginia. The topic of the conference was chapter 13 of the 2nd London Baptist Confession of Faith. We discussed the conference and topics therein.
In this episode we discuss the five "Solas" of the Reformation.