Bringing Schaeffer and Van Til Together

In an essay celebrating the 100th anniversary of Cornelius Van Til’s birth, William Edgar compared Francis Schaeffer to Cornelius Van Til. Much has been made about their different approaches to apologetics, but Dr. Edgar records an interesting encounter between the…

Union with Christ: Historically Most Basic (Part 3)

In this third post on union with Christ (first post here, second post here), I want to highlight some of the realities that spill out from a full understanding of this crucial doctrine. In my experience of discussions related to…
Schaeffer on the Christian Life

A Review of Schaeffer on the Christian Life by William Edgar

Camden Bucey and Jim Cassidy speak about William Edgar’s book Schaeffer on the Christian Life: Countercultural Spirituality published by Crossway. William Edgar, Professor of Apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary, draws from his extensive personal experience with Francis Schaeffer to offer a portrait of the…

Union with Christ: Historically Most Basic (Part 2)

Many 16th and 17th century theologians understood union with Christ as the context in which the Spirit justifies, adopts, and sanctifies. But what does a list of quotes illustrating the matter accomplish?
A Puritan Theology

Union with Christ: Historically Most Basic (Part 1)

Jared Oliphint provides several quotations of Reformed theologians from the 16th and17th century who understood union with Christ as a foundational soteriological category.
Thomas Cole - Garden of Eden

Introducing Genesis

Proclaiming Christ considers an introduction to the book of Genesis, looking at creation as it points to the eschatological glory of God. Download Participants: Adam York, Chad Bond, Mark A. Winder, Matt Cotta

Regeneration in John 3

On the heels of our previous discussion with Rev. Dr. Scott Wright, the panel discusses the doctrine of regeneration by looking to Jesus’ teaching in John 3. Adam York, Deryck Barson, and Camden Bucey look at features of regeneration pertaining to…
The First Council of Nicea

An Approach to Church History

In the second episode, Jonathan Brack and Charles Williams discuss how to begin studying church history, and provide a bird’s-eye view of the first six centuries of Christianity. Download Participants: Charles Williams, Jonathan Brack
Poythress - Logic

Logic: A God-Centered Approach

Dr. Vern Poythress speaks about his new book, Logic: A God-Centered Approach to the Foundation of Western Thought. Discussion centers around the relationship between God and logic, the relationship between logical form and its content, and a Christian approach to…
The Apostle Paul

The Foundation and Purpose of Christian Suffering

Camden Bucey explores basic features of the apostle Paul’s theology, seeing how Christian suffering must be understood in light of Christ’s own suffering and the believers union with Christ by faith.

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