The people of God presently live in between grace and glory. We look back upon the finished work of Jesus Christ while also looking forward to his return, our resurrection, and the consummation of the New Heavens and New Earth. Speaking of the faithful, the author of the epistle to the Hebrews writes, “These all died in faith, not having received the things promised, but having seen them and greeted them from afar, and having acknowledged that they were strangers and exiles on the earth” (Heb 11:13). While we live in the world, we do not ultimately belong in this world. We are citizens of heaven striving to enter our final rest. In this episode, we explore the biblical pilgrim motif and its application for the Christian life.
- Darryl G. Hart and John R. Muether, Seeking a Better Country: 300 Years of American Presbyterianism
- Danny E. Olinger and David K. Thompson, editors, History for a Pilgrim People: The Historical Writings of Charles G. Dennison
- Geerhardus Vos, The Pauline Eschatology
- _____, Grace and Glory: Sermons Preached in the Chapel of Princeton Theological Seminary
- _____, The Teaching of the Epistle to the Hebrews
- _____, Reformed Dogmatics, Volume 5
- Franciscus Junius, The Mosaic Polity
- _____, A Treatise on True Theology
Christ the Center focuses on Reformed Christian theology. In each episode a group of informed panelists discusses important issues in order to encourage critical thinking and a better understanding of Reformed doctrine with a view toward godly living. Browse more episodes from this program or subscribe to the podcast feed.