But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

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Friday, 19 May 2017 05:20

God Is a Spirit

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What do we mean when we confess that God is a Spirit? Watch Dr. Trueman answer in this interview with Third Millennium Ministries.

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In an interview with Nancy Guthrie, Dr. Lane Tipton elucidates central themes throughout Scripture that converge in the person and work of Christ. “In the Garden of Eden, God was looking to advance Adam and Eve beyond probation, beyond the threat of death, beyond the conflict with the...

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Friday, 19 May 2017 05:18

An Evolving Foundation

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In the modern period, there has been a concerted and, to some extent, successful effort to divorce science from religion, especially from Christianity. As we noted, that effort moved with lightning speed after the introduction of the theory of evolution.

The subject of evolution could occupy...

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Friday, 19 May 2017 01:47

The Divine Design of Salvation

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Once we acknowledge that sin is universal, that it continues in every person from the point of conception on (Ps. 51:5)­—and that it is individual, that it plagues and enslaves me—we begin to see what Christians mean by “salvation.”

Since sin is rebellion against a holy...

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Sunday, 30 April 2017 22:52

An Introduction to the Thought of Alvin Plantinga

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Alvin Plantinga was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Raised in the Christian Reformed Church, he has theological roots in the Dutch Reformed tradition. As the son of a philosophy and psychology professor, Plantinga evidenced a knack for and interest in philosophy early on.

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In this episode of Vos GroupDr. Lane Tipton considers how Christ fulfills the realities associated with the tabernacle (pg. 154–155 in Vos’s Biblical Theology: Old and New Testaments).

 

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Sunday, 30 April 2017 22:48

Implications of Definitive Atonement

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The doctrine of definite atonement states that in the death of Jesus Christ, the triune God intended to achieve the redemption of every person given to the Son by the Father in eternity past, and to apply the accomplishments of His sacrifice to each of them by the Spirit. In a nutshell: the death...

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Thursday, 20 April 2017 22:57

The Gospel in Asia

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The advance of the gospel in Asia over the last century has been extraordinary. Christian churches are growing and thriving in countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, and of course South Korea, which boasts some of the largest churches in the entire world. Yet the gospel is also taking root...

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Thursday, 20 April 2017 22:57

The Presence of God (Vos Group #34)

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In this episode of Vos GroupDr. Lane Tipton continues to discuss the nature of the tabernacle (pg. 150–154 in Vos’s Biblical Theology: Old and New Testaments). “God brings his people into deeper covenant fellowship as he conforms them to the image of his resurrected...

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In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible, Nancy Gutherie sat down with our own Dr. Vern Poythress to talk through his book, Reading the Word of God in the Presence of God: A Handbook for Biblical Interpretation. Over the course of the conversation, Dr. Poythress explains steps...

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Enjoy audio from the Spring 2017 Amarillo Reformed Fellowship Teaching Conference, featuring Dr. David B. Garner. Dr. Garner spoke on the topic of adoption, walking through foundational issues in considering the biblical notion of this neglected benefit, and exploring how our adoption relates...

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Dr. K. Scott Oliphint was recently asked to lecture on the Theological Method of Thomas Aquinas for Reformed Baptist Seminary for their Medieval Church class. Enjoy watching all six hours of this lecture series (graciously recorded and provided by Reformed Baptist Seminary).

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Thursday, 20 April 2017 03:20

The Reformation with Dr. Carl Trueman

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Please enjoy “The Reformation” with Dr. Carl Trueman, a 19-lecture class recorded and provided by The Master’s Seminary.

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Enjoy listening to three sessions* from our Spring 2017 Seminary on Saturday, with Dr. K. Scott Oliphint speaking on issues surrounding apologetics.

*Lecture 1 is unavailable at this time.

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Thursday, 20 April 2017 03:11

5 Questions on the Pastor’s Piety

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Watch Dr. David B. Garner speak with the Gospel Reformation Network (GRN) regarding the importance of a pastor’s cultivation of holiness and growth in grace. Dr. Garner is a GRN council member.

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This workshop with professors from Westminster Theological Seminary will help you build confidence in listening to Scripture tell its own redemptive story. Find out what God has to say about how to interpret and apply his Word consistently.

Originally posted to The Gospel Coalition.

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In this episode of “Help Me Teach the Bible,” Nancy Guthrie talked with Dr. Carlton Wynne about what it means to teach the Bible apologetically. Dr. Wynne challenges the notion of apologetics as a debate between two PhDs. He suggests we are always doing apologetics whenever we...

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Sunday, 02 April 2017 22:44

Are We There Yet?

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Nearly every summer, my parents loaded my siblings and me into the family car and embarked on that common vacation ritual known as “the road trip.” Years later, as the father to my own young children, I have a sense of what my parents experienced on those trips. I now often hear the...

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Wednesday, 22 March 2017 04:35

The Sweetness of Biblical Authority

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The first Psalm sets the stage for the entire Psalter. Its attention on the covenant God and covenant blessing and cursing, as well as its preoccupation with God’s Word as the source for our understanding, focus the entire Psalter. In fact, as scholars like O. Palmer Robertson have contended,...

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Tuesday, 21 March 2017 05:09

Who is God the Father?

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When we read of God as Father in Matthew, we are not encountering a new or previously unknown deity, but are reading about the same God of the Old Testament, the covenantal God of Israel. Therefore, we must understand the foundational self-revelation of God in the Old Testament to understand the...

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Wednesday, 01 March 2017 05:06

A Biblical Theology of Culture

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Dr. William Edgar joins the Reformed Forum crew to discuss his new book, Created & Creating: A Biblical Theology of Culture.

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Tuesday, 28 February 2017 02:47

Up From the Grave He Arose

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The truth is that the origin of the church in Jerusalem is explicable if Jesus really rose from the dead, and it is not explicable if he did not so rise. The very existence of the Christian church is a mighty testimony to the resurrection of our Lord. But, it will be objected, that...

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Tuesday, 28 February 2017 02:46

The Divinity of the Messiah

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We are going to try to begin to set forth in positive fashion a little bit at least of what the Bible says about the deity of Christ. If we are going to do so with any completeness we should have to begin with the Old Testament. It is true, the Old Testament does not set forth...

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Monday, 27 February 2017 22:37

The Body of Evidence

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Attending a lecture last week on the politics of gender, I turned to a friend and said, “You and I were pessimists before we heard that. How are you feeling now?” To which he replied, “It’s enough to make me take up drinking again.” Some of us, I returned, had never...

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Friday, 24 February 2017 03:15

The Tabernacle (Vos Group #33)

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In this episode of Vos GroupDr. Lane Tipton discusses the nature of the tabernacle (pg. 148–150 in Vos’s Biblical Theology: Old and New Testaments).

Produced by Reformed Forum.

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