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1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Part 5): Article III—Of God’s Decree

1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Part 5): Article III—Of God’s Decree

July 19, 2022

Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman as they continue their study of the London Baptist Confession (1689) on Article III “Of God’s Decree.” 

1689 London Baptist Confession (Part 4): The Forgotten Trinity

1689 London Baptist Confession (Part 4): The Forgotten Trinity

June 27, 2022

How “practical” is the Trinity? After all, what can people “do” with the Trinity? Why does this doctrine seem to be neglected in our churches? Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman as they continue their exploration of the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith. And be sure to hear Dr. Haykin’s favorite theologians in church history on the Trinity. Some of the names might surprise you! 

1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Part 3): Article 1—On the Holy Scriptures

1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Part 3): Article 1—On the Holy Scriptures

May 16, 2022
In this episode Drs. Haykin and Pohlman continue their exploration of the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith as they take up Article I: On the Holy Scriptures. What makes the BCF unique when compared to Roman Catholicism? And what are some of the important implications of the BCF’s doctrine of Scripture for ministry today? 
 
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Baptist Renewal

Baptist Renewal

April 25, 2022
It is doubtful that anyone would disagree that evangelicalism is in need of renewal. Indeed, one of the banner cries to come out of the Protestant Reformation was “always reforming.” As in every generation ours is no different: the Church is in need of reformation and revival. How will this come about? To help us answer this question we welcome to the podcast one of the founders of The Center for Baptist Renewal, Dr. Lucas Stamps. Tune in as we discuss compelling ideas like “Baptist Catholicity,” “Baptists and the Great Tradition,” and “retrieval for the sake of renewal.” 
 
To learn more about The Center for Baptist Renewal, visit centerforbaptistrenewal.com
Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

April 18, 2022
There’s no shortage of books trying to interpret Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the United States. And, yet, he remains an enigma to many. How, for example, are we to understand Jefferson’s religion? In what sense, if at all, can he be considered Christian? And how do we account for the various contradictions in his beliefs and practice? Join us as we welcome distinguished historian Thomas Kidd to discuss his new biography, Thomas Jefferson: A Biography of Spirit and Flesh
 
To pre-order the book from your favorite bookseller, go here
1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Part 2)

1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Part 2)

April 12, 2022

In the preface to a new publication of the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith written in 1855 by C.H. Spurgeon, he said that the truth requires a “banner.” For Spurgeon, there was no better banner for the truth of the Bible's leading doctrines than the 1689 Baptist Confession.

Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman, in part two, as they take up this banner asking and answering questions like, What is the history of the confession? Is a confession of faith biblical? What purpose does a confession of faith have in our day? 

1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Part 1)

1689 Baptist Confession of Faith (Part 1)

April 1, 2022

In the preface to a new publication of the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith written in 1855 by C.H. Spurgeon, he said that the truth requires a “banner.” For Spurgeon, there was no better banner for the truth of the Bible's leading doctrines than the 1689 Baptist Confession.

Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman as they take up this banner over the next several episodes asking and answering questions like, What is the history of the confession? Is a confession of faith biblical? What purpose does a confession of faith have in our day? 

John Broadus

John Broadus

March 22, 2022

Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman as they discuss John Broadus, “the father of expository preaching,” with Broadus biographer Dr. Eric Smith. 

Christians, the State, and War

Christians, the State, and War

March 15, 2022

Wars and rumors of wars. This is what marks our day. Join Drs. Haykin and Pohlman as they welcome Dr. Gordon Heath to discuss his new book Christians, the State, and War: An Ancient Tradition for the Modern World. What is this ancient tradition and how can its recovery help us in our time? 

Black Fundamentalists

Black Fundamentalists

February 21, 2022
Many African American Protestants in the early decades of the twentieth-century identified as fundamentalists. But until recently, the historiography has not sufficiently included their voices. Daniel Bare, author of Black Fundamentalists: Conservative Christianity and Racial Identity in the Segregation Era, joins the podcast to explain why these important voices have been marginalized and how our understanding of Fundamentalism is enriched by including them. 
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