In this episode Drew flies solo as he records a response to Leighton Flowers’ resent sermon at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, titled “The Purpose and Power of the Gospel in Enabling the Lost”. Flowers accuses the Reformed perspective of soteriology as bringing into question the sufficiency of the gospel. Find out why he makes such an accusation and why he’s simply wrong. In short, this episode focuses on the biblical concept of redemption accomplished and applied.Read more "Redemption Accomplished & Applied: A Response to Leighton Flowers"
We’re baaaaaack! After some time away from recording, due to Drew having to deal with matters pertaining to his career, Dale and Drew are back to discuss biblical matters. In this episode they start a series on a discussion of the letter to the Colossians, discussing its themes, doctrinal content and importance, as well as it’s practical applications. Colossians is such an important book in the corpus of Scripture that all Christians should be thoroughly familiar with. This discussion begins to explain the thematic and doctrinal significance of Colossians and how it parallels certain OT themes. Note, a portion of the recording was accidentally skipped or lost. It’s the part where Drew mentions the main theme of Colossians. For that reason, we’ll just write it here. The main theme of Colossians is the supremacy of Christ over all of creation and the sufficiency of Christ in redemption.Read more "The Crux of Christianity in the Epistle to the Colossians"
In this second episode of Reformasium, the hosts discuss three areas of biblical evangelism: modes, method, and messenger. They look at key biblical texts, demonstrating the holistic or multi-faceted and well-rounded nature of biblical evangelism.Read more "Hark the Heralds: Holistic Evangelism Holding to Holy Writ"