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Reforming or Conforming?

Gary Johnson joins us to talk about the forthcoming book Reforming or Conforming?: Post-Conservative Evangelicals and the Emerging Church which he co-edited with Ron Gleason.

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The Federal Vision

Lane Keister joins us to discuss the Federal Vision, an expression of theology within Reformed circles offering alternative views of the Bible’s covenantal structure, ecclesiology

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The Atonement as Propitiation

Propitiation means to appease or avert divine wrath. This episode of Christ the Center examines the atonement as propitiation as we discuss the sacrifice of

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The Attributes of God

In this episode, the group builds upon last week’s episode and addresses traditional distinctions in discussing the attributes of God. They then discuss several incommunicable

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Reforming or Conforming?

Gary Johnson joins us to talk about the forthcoming book Reforming or Conforming?: Post-Conservative Evangelicals and the Emerging Church which he co-edited with Ron Gleason.

Read More »

The Federal Vision

Lane Keister joins us to discuss the Federal Vision, an expression of theology within Reformed circles offering alternative views of the Bible’s covenantal structure, ecclesiology

Read More »

The Atonement as Propitiation

Propitiation means to appease or avert divine wrath. This episode of Christ the Center examines the atonement as propitiation as we discuss the sacrifice of

Read More »

The Attributes of God

In this episode, the group builds upon last week’s episode and addresses traditional distinctions in discussing the attributes of God. They then discuss several incommunicable

Read More »

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What Happens When We Worship

Jonathan Landry Cruse speaks about worship. Cruse has written What Happens When We Worship (Reformation Heritage Books). Many churchgoers assume that worship is inherently boring,

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