The Pilgrim’s Progress: Ignorance, Fear, and Back-sliding

This week’s episode of Theology Simply Profound, Rob and Bob continue to discuss John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress. We discuss Christian and Hopeful’s conversation with Ignorance and Temporary. The pilgrim’s attempt to engage them on important spiritual matters like the nature of backsliding.

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Norman Rosenberg

4 days ago

Rob, I have been listening for some time now, and frankly, I enjoy all the programs, CTC, TSP, and I have really enjoyed the Pilgrims process series. I have a question regarding covenant theology vs. Dispensationalism. I would first say that I attend a non denominational church in clearwater Florida. The teaching is from the word, sound and strong, and I am happy to be there. It can be described as a “John MacArthur type church” (I even hate to hear myself say this because it brings to mind verses like “one follows Paul, one follows Apollos”). In any event, as you may gather, the Church is dispensational, but I don’t find it to be adamant about such. I know we have some members who have a background of presbyterian/reformed belief. I hope I am using all these terms correctly. In any event, the question I have is; Does it matter if one is uncertain as to what to believe regarding these two frameworks? Does it affect our growth and sanctification, moreover, our salvation?

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