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Theology in Particular

Release Date: 01/20/2020

Episode 153: A Remedy For Wandering Thoughts In The Worship Of God (Part 2) With James Renihan show art Episode 153: A Remedy For Wandering Thoughts In The Worship Of God (Part 2) With James Renihan

Theology in Particular

In Episode 153 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined again by Dr. James Renihan to continue our discussion through Richard Steele’s book, A Remedy For Wandering Thoughts In The Worship Of God. May the Lord help us to give him our very best in corporate worship.  Contact:For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to . For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at .  Announcements:From August 13th to August 15th, 2024, the 3535 Foundation will host a conference that specifically focuses on the rise and development of Congregationalism,...

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Episode 152: A Remedy For Wandering Thoughts In The Worship Of God (Part 1) With James Renihan show art Episode 152: A Remedy For Wandering Thoughts In The Worship Of God (Part 1) With James Renihan

Theology in Particular

In Episode 152 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. James Renihan to discuss a little book written by the 17th-century Puritan Minister, Richard Steele, entitled A Remedy For Wandering Thoughts In The Worship Of God. This little book encourages God’s people to focus on the Lord in worship. We hope these conversations about Steele’s book are an encouragement to you. Contact:For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to . For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at .  Announcements:From August 13th to August 15th, 2024, the 3535...

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Episode 151: Concerning Demons With James Dolezal show art Episode 151: Concerning Demons With James Dolezal

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In Episode 151 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Dolezal joins me to follow up on a conversation we had about a year ago. It was in episode 89 that we discussed angels. Here in this episode, we talk about demons. We hope this conversation will be used to heighten your appreciation for the great act of redemption that God has worked for his people. Thanks be to God, “He has delivered us from the domain of darkness and transferred us to the kingdom of his beloved Son, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.” (Colossians 1:13–14, ESV) Contact:For information about...

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Episode 150: Hermeneutics: The Scope Of Scripture (Part 4),  In Colossians 1:12-14 With Richard Barcellos show art Episode 150: Hermeneutics: The Scope Of Scripture (Part 4), In Colossians 1:12-14 With Richard Barcellos

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In Episode 150 of Theology In Particular  Dr. Richard Barcellos joins me one more time to talk about the scope of Scripture. This is now the fourth conversation we have devoted to this topic. In the first, Dr. Barcellos introduced the principle that Scripture has a scope, focus, or bullseye. In the second, Dr. Barcellos walked us through some passages in the New Testament to demonstrate that Christ and his Apostles interpreted the Old Testament Scriptures – the law, prophets, and Psalms – as having ultimate reference to Christ. In the third conversation, we look at 1 Peter 1:10-12 to...

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Episode 149: Hermeneutics: The Scope Of Scripture (Part 3), In 1 Peter 1:10-12 With Richard Barcellos show art Episode 149: Hermeneutics: The Scope Of Scripture (Part 3), In 1 Peter 1:10-12 With Richard Barcellos

Theology in Particular

In Episode 149 of Theology In Particular  Dr. Richard Barcellos returns to talk about the scope of Scripture. This is now the third conversation we have devoted to this topic. In the first, Dr. Barcellos introduced the principle that Scripture has a scope, focus, or bullseye. In the second, Dr. Barcellos walked us through some passages in the New Testament to demonstrate that Christ and his Apostles interpreted the Old Testament Scriptures – the law, prophets, and Psalms – as having ultimate reference to Christ. Here in this third conversation, we look at 1 Peter 1:10-12 to further...

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Episode 148: Hermeneutics: The Scope Of Scripture (Part 2), In Christ And The Apostles With Richard Barcellos show art Episode 148: Hermeneutics: The Scope Of Scripture (Part 2), In Christ And The Apostles With Richard Barcellos

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In Episode 148 of Theology In Particular, Dr. Richard Barcellos returns to talk again about the scope of Scripture. In episode 147, Dr. Barcellos introduced this hermeneutical principle. In this conversation, he walks us through a few New Testament passages to demonstrate that Jesus and his Apostles interpreted the Old Testament as having Christ as its scope. Contact:For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to . For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at . 

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Episode 147: Hermeneutics: The Scope Of Scripture (Part 1 of 3), An Introduction With Richard Barcellos show art Episode 147: Hermeneutics: The Scope Of Scripture (Part 1 of 3), An Introduction With Richard Barcellos

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In Episode 147 of Theology In Particular I’m joined by Dr. Richard Barcellos to discuss hermeneutics, especially the idea that the whole of Scripture has a scope or focus, and that the individual portions of Scripture need to be interpreted in light of the scope of the whole. We hope you enjoy this conversation and are helped by it.  Contact:For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to . For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at .  Announcements:Building Tomorrow's Church Conference What: The 16th Building Tomorrow’s Church...

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Episode 146: Hercules Collins', The Temple Repaired With James Renihan show art Episode 146: Hercules Collins', The Temple Repaired With James Renihan

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In Episode 146 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. James Renihan to discuss a little book written the 17th century Particular Baptist Minister, Hercules Collins, entitled The Temple Repaired. This is primarily a book about preaching. I trust that those who preach and those who listen to preaching will be encouraged by this conversation.  Contact:For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to . For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at .  Announcements:Building Tomorrow's Church Conference What: The 16th Building...

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In Episode 145 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by the President of International Reformed Baptist Seminary (IRBS), Dr. James Renihan, to give thanks to God for 25 years of IRBS. Dr. Renihan also shares some thoughts about the past and the future. I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation. I trust you will be encouraged by it too. Contact:For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to . For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at .  Announcements:IRBS 25-Year Anniversary Celebration Dates: May 16 - 18, 2024 Location: Mansfield, Texas...

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Episode 144: Nehemiah Coxe and John Owen, Covenant Theology From Adam To Christ With James Renihan show art Episode 144: Nehemiah Coxe and John Owen, Covenant Theology From Adam To Christ With James Renihan

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In Episode 144 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. James Renihan to discuss a book he co-edited and published back in the year 2005 entitled, Nehemiah Coxe and John Owen, Covenant Theology From Adam To Christ. This book has helped many Reformed Baptists to rediscover and understand the Covenant Theology expressed in the Second London Confession of Faith.   Contact:For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to . For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at .  Announcements:IRBS 25-Year Anniversary Celebration Dates: May 16 -...

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