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The Trinitarian Piety of John Owen

The Trinitarian Piety of John Owen

Dr. Ryan McGraw was our guest as we discussed a book he edited, The Foundation of Communion with God: The Trinitarian Piety of John Owen.   From the publisher: “The Foundation of Communion with God” introduces readers to the Trinitarian piety of John Owen (1616–1683). Ryan McGraw’s introduction to Owen sketches the major events of this important theologian’s life and shows how his circumstances shaped his thought on the themes...

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An Evening of Confessional Concern and Prayer 2015

An Evening of Confessional Concern and Prayer 2015

Pastor Geoff Gleason (Cliffwood Presbyterian Church, Augusta GA) and Pastor Ken Pierce (Trinity Presbyterian Church, Jackson MS) joined us for a candid discussion about an event that is scheduled to be held prior to this year’s 43rd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America. The topics and speakers for the Evening of Confessional Concern and Prayer have been finalized. Admittedly, there are few overtures being brought...

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Faith and Practice 13

Faith and Practice 13

In this thirteenth edition of the “Faith and Practice” segment Dr. Joseph Pipa sits down and interacts with questions from our listeners.  This is a new monthly feature of the podcast and you can get more information about this feature here. In this edition we dealt with the following topics: The law of God; children and birth control; The Westminster Standards and the Three Forms of Unity; Head Coverings; Spousal Abuse and many...

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The New Testament Use of the Old Testament

The New Testament Use of the Old Testament

Dr. Ben Shaw was out guest as we discussed the “New Testament Use of the Old Testament”.  This discussion is based on the Advanced Exegesis class that Dr. Shaw teaches at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Dr. Shaw is the associate professor of Old Testament at Greenville Seminary. He also actively blogs at http://gptsrabbi.blogspot.com/ Listen...

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Faith and Practice #12

Faith and Practice #12

In this twelfth edition of the “Faith and Practice” segment Dr. Joseph Pipa sits down and interacts with questions from our listeners.  This is a new monthly feature of the podcast and you can get more information about this feature here. In this edition we dealt with the following topics: Double imputation of Christ, intimacy in marriage and the Lord’s Day, theonomy, sexual abuse in the church, sin in the church and church...

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Asking Questions for Faith and Practice

Asking Questions for Faith and Practice

There are now TWO ways in which you can ask questions for the faith and practice segment of the Confessing Our Hope podcast.  You can do it the conventional way, by filling out this form and submitting it to the podcast.  You can also use Twitter and use hashtag #gptsfp when you submit your question. Twitter information: Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary: @GPTSeminary Confessing Our Hope podcast: @GPTSPodcast Dr. Joseph Pipa:...

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Faith and Practice #11

Faith and Practice #11

In this eleventh edition of the “Faith and Practice” segment Dr. Joseph Pipa sits down and interacts with questions from our listeners.  This is a new monthly feature of the podcast and you can get more information about this feature here. In this edition we dealt with the following topics: Covenant of works, the Lord’s Day, Presuppositional vs. Classical Apologetics, Christmas, The Lutheran vs. Reformed views of the...

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