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Schools of Biblical Criticism

Will Wood discusses various approaches to higher criticism, including source, form, and redaction criticism. This conversation dives into a topic that was covered briefly in an episode on the authorship of Isaiah. Biblical higher criticism demonstrates several presuppositions that are…
TSP Episode 173

Covenant Faithfulness

This week on Theology Simply Profound, Rob and Bob discuss Malachi 2:10–16. In these verses, Malachi addresses the covenant unfaithfulness of his people as the men divorce the wives of their youth for the daughter of foreign gods. Participants: Rob…

The Mountain of the Lord

Mountains appear throughout the Bible as an important symbol of God meeting with man. In this episode, we trace the biblical-theological theme of mountains in an effort to understand more deeply God’s plan and purpose in bringing his covenantal people…
Molnár — Abraham (1850)

Genesis 25:1–21 — Epilogue to Abraham

In Episode 78 the panel discusses how the story of redemption shifts focus from Abraham to his descendants, and particularly to Isaac and Jacob. Employing a covenantal and redemptive-historical hermeneutic becomes important in understanding the significance of this shift and…
TSP Episode 172

Christianity and Liberalism – Chapter 2

This week on Theology Simply Profound, Bob reads from J. Gresham Machen’s 1923 classic work, Christianity and Liberalism, Chapter 2, Doctrine. Participants: Robert Tarullo

Vos Group #58 — Revelation through Speech and Hearing

In this episode, we turn to pages 216–220 of Vos’s book, Biblical Theology, to discuss the reception of divine revelation through speech and hearing. Vos treats this topic because, among other things, it lies at the heart of true religion.…

Covenant Theology and the Nation in Exile

Camden Bucey introduced Lamentations, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah to the women’s bible study at Bethel OPC in Wheaton, Illinois. In that lesson, he detailed the basic covenantal structure of the Bible in order to provide a paradigm and context for understanding…
TSP Episode 171

What the Lord Expects Us to Know

The Book of Malachi speaks to the people of God after their return from exile in Babylon. They and their leaders are being called to account for offering their worst to the Lord. And now, in chapter 2, the priests…

Theology in the Life of the Church

Doctrine is not optional for the body of Christ. Yet, neither is it to be pursued in abstraction. Christians must speak the truth in love, applying that truth in the changing circumstances of daily life. Using the biblical metaphors of…
TSP Episode 170

Offering Our Worst to the Lord

In this episode of Theology Simply Profound, Rob and Bob discuss the first chapter of Malachi and the concern he has for the cold worship offered by his people and those who lead the people in this way. Participants: Rob…
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