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Episode 34: What Is A Reformed Baptist?

Theology in Particular

Release Date: 03/28/2022

Episode 68: The Impact Of The 1830’s Upon Theology In The USA with James Renihan show art Episode 68: The Impact Of The 1830’s Upon Theology In The USA with James Renihan

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In episode 68 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Renihan talks about the impact of the 1830’s on the religious landscape of the United States.    Links International Reformed Baptist Seminary:

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Episode 67: New England Puritanism with James Renihan show art Episode 67: New England Puritanism with James Renihan

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In episode 67 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Renihan talks about Puritanism in the New England context. In a way, this interview was inspired by the Puritanism 101 video series put out by IRBS. In that series, Dr. Renihan describes the development of English Puritanism. Some who have listened to that series expressed a desire to know more about New English Puritanism, and so here we are. We hope you enjoy and are edified.  Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: Puritanism 101 Video Lectures:

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Episode 66: Remedies Against The Error Of Biblicism with James Renihan show art Episode 66: Remedies Against The Error Of Biblicism with James Renihan

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In episode 66 of Theology In Particular, I discuss the error of biblicism with Dr. James Renihan. To be biblical is good. Biblicism, on the other hand, is a flawed method of biblical interpretation which results in many theological errors.

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Episode 65: The Influence Of John Calvin On Other Reformers And The Puritans with James Renihan show art Episode 65: The Influence Of John Calvin On Other Reformers And The Puritans with James Renihan

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In episode 65 of Theology In Particular, I interview Dr. James Renihan about the influence that John Calvin had on other reformers on the continent, and puritans in England.   Links International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org Reformation Heritage Books, Christian Biographies For Young Readers https://www.heritagebooks.org/christian-biographies-for-young-readers/

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Episode 64: Baptist Symbolics, Volume II with James Renihan show art Episode 64: Baptist Symbolics, Volume II with James Renihan

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In episode 64 of Theology In Particular, I interview Dr. James Renihan about his forthcoming book, Baptist Symbolics, Volume II. Volume I is a commentary on the First London Confession. It has been out for some time now. Volume II is a commentary on the Second London Confession. It is scheduled to be released in the next few months. Both will be available through the publisher, Founders Press. LinksInternational Reformed Baptist Seminary: Founders Press:

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Episode 63: The Calling & Accountability Of Civil Government with Oliver Allmand-Smith show art Episode 63: The Calling & Accountability Of Civil Government with Oliver Allmand-Smith

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In episode 63 of Theology In Particular, I was pleased to interview Pastor Oliver Allmand-Smith about his new book, “Under God, Over The People  – The Calling & Accountability Of Civil Government”. I trust that this book, and this interview, will be helpful to pastors and church members alike as we seek to understand and obey the scriptures as it pertains to our relationship to civil authorities.

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Episode 62: Reflections On Ligonier Ministries' 2022 State Of Theology Survey  with James Renihan show art Episode 62: Reflections On Ligonier Ministries' 2022 State Of Theology Survey with James Renihan

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In episode 62 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Renihan and I spend some time discussing the results of a recent survey conducted by Ligonier Ministries in partnership with Life Way Research on the state of theology in the USA.  

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Episode 61: Evangelism And Missions with Chad Vegas show art Episode 61: Evangelism And Missions with Chad Vegas

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In episode 61 of Theology In Particular, Pastor Chad Vegas joins us to discuss evangelism, missions, and why it is good for ministers to receive training in these areas.

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Episode 60: Preaching And Preachers with Fred Malone show art Episode 60: Preaching And Preachers with Fred Malone

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In episode 60 of Theology In Particular,  Dr. Fred Malone joins us to talk about preaching and the courses he teaches to IRBS to help with the development of preachers. We hope that pastors, future pastors, and congregants alike are encouraged to highly value preaching as one of the ordinary means of grace that God has given to his church.

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Episode 59: Philosophical Theology Applied: Act and Potency, Existence and Essence with James Dolezal show art Episode 59: Philosophical Theology Applied: Act and Potency, Existence and Essence with James Dolezal

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In Episode 59 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Dolezal demonstrates the usefulness of philosophical theology by wrestling with the metaphysical problem of the one and the many. I would encourage the listener to persevere through this rather long and unusually technical interview. I do believe that the importance and usefulness of this philosophical conversation will become apparent by the end.

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In this episode, Dr. James Renihan answers the question, what is a Reformed Baptist? from a historical, theological, and practical viewpoint. I have found that church members sometimes have a difficult time answering this question, not because they are ignorant of who we are, but because it is hard to know where to start or what to emphasize. We hope this helps!