In this episode we have Dr. Braxton Hunter on to discuss "sacred cows". Positions and beliefs that we have that we don't question for a variety of reasons, when they could very well be wrong.
We take a clip from the debate in 2016 on Unconditional Election with Sean Cole, Tyler Vela, Leighton Flowers, and Braxton Hunter, and discuss the Calvinist view of Regeneration, pre and post pentecost.
Is Rom.1:18 - Rom:3-20 talking about everyone? Are all suppressing the truth?
In this episode, we discuss a question in regards to specificity of Jesus, or the Messiah in the OT, and whether they had to know of and believe in the promise of future Jesus, or a future Messiah.
How to approach people with the UW.
In this episode we play a short clip from Pastor Jack Hibbs of Calvary Chapter, and Real Life ministries. We discuss Inclusivism and the Unpardonable Sin.
Discussing how we came through Romans 9, Part 2, and the problems we had in the past, and some of the spiritual shadows in verse 7 - 13.
In this episode we continue our exegesis of Romans 9, moving through verse 6 - 13. This is one of thee most critical sections in understanding the entire chapter!
In this mini, we go into detail on the previous promises made to "Israel" that Paul will go on to talk about in Romans 9:6. Were these promises unconditional and to a specific physical people?
In this episode, we provide a summary of Chapters 1 - 8, in order to show the context of Paul's letter up to this point. We then discuss the opening of Romans 9, verses 1 - 5, and also listen to three Calvinist perspectives on the opening and meaning of Romans 9.
This is a portion of Google Hangout that Leighton Flowers hosted from Soteriology 101 on 2/22/2018 in response to an article written in regards to Billy Graham and some of his doctrine or beliefs that some deemed as heresy. We discuss salvation, and those who never hear about Christ, and whether or not God's revelation, in any and all its forms is sufficient for a person to respond to Him in faith.
In this mini, we discuss how the parent/child relationship, and how we discern and care and protect our children is very the same analogy that we see in scripture about caring for the infants in Christ. We talk about what that means.
In this episode, we spend about 30 minutes on establishing God's immutabiltiy, and what that means, and how that relates to doctrine.
We spend the last 40 minutes focusing directly on the relational status of infants and children with the Lord. Are they born cut off? Are they sinners? Are they enemies of God from birth? What principles apply to infants and children and how does it relate to Christ's atonement and guilt?
Is is always better to be hyper literal with scripture? How do we interpret scripture? Which approach is best? We sit down and have a short conversation with Dr. Pritchett on this topic.
In this episode we have special guest Dr. Johnathan Pritchett on to discuss the Flat Earth theory, and how interpretative methods bring people to various theories.
In this minicast, we provide our understanding of what it means to be born again from John 3.
Continuing on with the last half of Romans 8, beginning with verse 18.
In this short mini, we discus how we had our first Brodown, and continue to Brodown with studying the scripture.
We discuss the first half of Romans 8, up to verse 17.
In this episode, we talk a little bit about the The Euthyphro dilemma, and then discuss what are we to do when we "hear" of something explaining God that goes against our God-given conscience?
In this episode we have our dear brother and friend, Dr. Leighton Flowers, on the show to discuss the Universal Witness of God. Leighton is part of the Trinity Commission, a consortium of podcasts associated with Trinity Seminary.
We focus specifically on Romans 7:9-12, and what it means by being alive apart from the Law, and when "the commandment" came Paul died. What is this Law? What is "the commandment"? Why is the Law holy, and the commandment holy, righteous, and good? What commandment is meant to produce life?