We are thrilled to finally have Dr. Joel R. Beeke (Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary) on the Roundtable! Chuck Ivey talks with Dr. Beeke about his new book, Puritan Reformed Theology, and many other great titles from Reformation Heritage Books! Puritan Reformed Theology https://www.heritagebooks.org/products/puritan-reformed-theology-historical-experiential-and-practical-studies-for-the-whole-of-life-beeke.html Reformed Systematic Theology – Vols 1&2 https://www.heritagebooks.org/products/reformed-systematic-theology-volume-1-volume-2-beeke.html Ore From […]
Listen to Allen, Tim, and Michael make their Championship Round predictions and evaluate the divisional round. We also discuss how the COVID situation and sports were related. Here’s Michael’s post about gambling if you are interested.
Last week we made several bold predictions, but were we right? Will we be right again this week? Will Nick say the weirdest things or is he just misunderstood? Tune in to hear your favorite theologians discuss the NFL playoffs! Note: We use betting language to discuss which team will win games, but we in […]
This is our NFL Playoffs preview episode! Last year we got more feedback on our playoffs predictions than any other episodes. Michael, Tim, Allen, and Nicholas get together to preview the new and expanded 2021 NFL Playoffs. There are hot-takes, Cowboy’s jokes, men’s movie recommendations and picks for all the games this weekend including the […]
Chuck Ivey and Michael Coughlin are joined by Fred Butler to talk about Fred’s important new book on the dangers of King James Onlyism.
Chuck Ivey is joined by Daniel Funke and John-William Noble from Parresia Books. Daniel and John-William have started a successful Kickstarter campaign to fund a new reprint of the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689. You can learn more about this exciting project at Parresia Books
Chuck Ivey is joined by James Eglinton, Senior Lecturer in Reformed Theology at The University of Edinburgh. Dr. Eglinton has written a fantastic new biography of Herman Bavinck, published by Baker Academic.
Chuck Ivey is joined by Benjamin Gladd, associate professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary. Dr. Gladd has coauthored a unique New Testament introduction called The Story Retold: A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament, published by IVP Academic. You can read our review here.
Chuck Ivey is joined by Brian G. Hedges, pastor of Redeemer Church in Niles, Michigan. Brian has written several helpful books on the Christian life and his latest is Thriving in Grace: Twelve Ways the Puritans Fuel Spiritual Growth, co-written with Joel R. Beeke. Links to the book and other resources talked about on the […]
George Alvarado, Chuck Ivey, and Michael Coughlin are joined by Virgil Walker from the Just Thinking podcast to discuss Black Liberation Theology and its connection to the Black Lives Matter organization. Many are not aware that Black Lives Matter has some of its roots in Black Liberation theology, making it a theological issue, not just […]
George Alvarado and Michael Coughlin are joined by Robert Reece from Red Grace Media to talk about the more recent controversial issue of whether social media and YouTube are censoring Christians. Who is the most lenient between Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube when it comes to censorship? What is “shadow banning” and how does it affect […]
George Alvarado is joined by guest, Andrew Rappaport from Striving from Eternity, to discuss misunderstandings between Covenantalists and Dispensationalists. Andrew Recently recorded a short series on his podcast, The Rapp Report, that addresses some of his perspectives, as well as recent statements made by John MacArthur from the Shepherd’s conference about the Christocentric hermeneutic. He […]
George Alvarado, Michael Coughlin, and Chuck Ivey discuss what it means to submit to the government or practice civil disobedience. Is there a balance? Does submission to the government mean you’re a statist? If you call out the injustices and practice civil disobedience, does that mean you are not practicing Romans 13? How do we […]
On this episode of Things Above us Round Table, George Alvarado and Chuck Ivey continue with Getting the New Covenant Right in Part 2 of their discussion on the New Perspectives on Paul (NPP). They help us identify how to understand the language of NPP teachers, and finish up with its implications on assurance, soteriology, […]
Michael interviews Dr. Dustin Benge of Southern Seminary about the two sermons he gave at the 2019 Cruciform Conference concerning the cruciform gospel. Dustin preached from Titus 3 and posed 4 questions to consider: Where does a cruciform gospel start? What does a cruciform gospel exalt? What is the message of a cruciform gospel? And […]
Michael interviews Michelle Lesley of michellelesley.com and A Word Fitly Spoken podcast about Feminism, femininity, biblical womanhood, and Moore. Michelle is a wife, mother, and blogger. You won’t want to miss this hard-hitting interview! 🙂
Michael interviews a few more interesting people from the Cruciform Conference. Micah Hasty of Micah Hasty Music https://twitter.com/themicahandrew Josh Hamon of https://theministryofwar.com/ Bryan Lamb of https://www.garageministries.com/
On this episode of Things Above us Round Table, George Alvarado and Chuck Ivey continue our series on Getting the New Covenant Right by diving into the New Perspectives on Paul and the damage it does to the doctrine justification by faith. Scriptures: Genesis 15; Romans 3-5; Galatians 3; Ephesians 2. Resources: 1. The Whole […]
I’ve shared this on other blogs before, but given the recent apostasy of Joshua Harris and Marty Sampson, it is always good, by way of reflection and introspection, to be reminded of your own spiritual condition before God. I’ve counseled countless believers and unbelievers about the fruit of salvation, and the doctrine of assurance. And […]