Highlights from 2011

We celebrate another year of Christ the Center by bringing to you a number of highlights from 2011.

  • Episode 156 – Darryl Hart on Machen, Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, and the OPC
  • Episode 160 – Carl Trueman on historiography
  • Episode 161 – Winston Smith on marriage as a picture of Christ’s relation to the Church
  • Episode 162 – Mark A. Garcia on the justification landscape
  • Episode 163 – K. Scott Oliphint on Gordon Clark, Cornelius Van Til, the Trinity, and logic
  • Episode 185 – James Dolezal on the doctrine of divine simplicity
  • Episode 192 – Sandy Finlayson on the founding of the Free Church of Scotland
  • Episode 200 – Lane Tipton on various Lutheran theologies of justification
  • Episode 203 – Jim Cassidy on Van Til’s criticism of Barth
  • Episode 206 – Kevin DeYoung on holiness, antinomianism, and neo-nomianism

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