Preaching the Fullness of Christ

The relationship of justification and sanctification has returned to the forefront of several Twitter and blog circles. William B. Evans rekindled the discussion with a response to Tullian Tchividjian’s formulation of justification, which seems at times to be an aversion to sanctification. Today, Sean Michael Lucas offered a rejoinder. Rick Phillips is the most recent to add to Reformation21’s impromptu series – providing seven assertions about these twin benefits and their relationship. In this episode, Camden Bucey shares a few thoughts related to this discussion.

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I Believe in Monsters: God, Horrendous Evils, and the Christian Faith

God and evil. Christ and horror. The atonement and suffering. Are there more difficult, pressing, agonizing questions than these? What does the Christian say in the face of horrendous evils? Should he say anything at all, or is the skeptic the only one who can speak honestly about the painful dissonances of the world as we know and experience it? In this special lecture delivered in 2011 to an audience at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, Dr. Mark A. Garcia invites us into reflections on the relationship between the Christian faith and the fact of horrendous evils, reflections prompted by Bart Ehrman’s 2008 book, God’s Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer our Most Important Question—Why We Suffer. This lecture is provided free of charge as a service of the partnership of Wince & Sing Media with Reformed Forum.

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The Elite 8

The Christ the Center 2010 Championship Tournament continues and we are down to eight episodes. This latest round did not disappoint. The #61 and #46 overall seeds have survived and will face another round of stiff competition.

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The Sweet 16

2010 Christ the Center Madness continues and we unveil the Sweet 16. Several surprises have made it into the third round and we’re expecting a number of close battles over the next few days. There are two ways to help your favorite episode advance. First, download or listen to the episode. You can even send links to your friends to get them to download and listen to it. The other way to help is to tweet a link to the episode with the corresponding hashtag. For instance, tweet something to the effect of “Listen to Christian Essentialism with Scott Oliphint on @reformedforum http://reformedforum.wpengine.com/ctc97 #ctc97.” Voting for this round ends with 3/31.

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The Doctrine of Simplicity

James Dolezal, Jeff Waddington and Camden Bucey recorded a recent discussion over breakfast on the doctrine of simplicity. The audio quality is not good as it was recorded on a handheld recorder in a noisy diner. Regardless, we hope this proves to be interesting and beneficial for those interested in philosophical studies of the doctrine of God.

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