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Episode 47: Believer’s Baptism (Part 2): Argued From The New Testament

Theology in Particular

Release Date: 06/27/2022

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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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In Episode 58 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Dolezal introduces us to philosophical theology. He makes a case for its usefulness, especially to pastors and theologians. This interview will require you to exert some mental energy. The payoff will be worth it.

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In Episode 57, Pastor Ryan Davidson addressed the question of the usefulness of general revelation in pastoral counseling.

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Episode 55 is an interview with Pastor Ryan Davidson on the topic of pastoral counseling. Should pastors counsel? What warrant do we find for this in the scriptures? What is the relationship between counseling and preaching? In brief, it is argued that pastoral counseling ought to be viewed as a secondary aid to the ordinary means of grace.

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In Episode 54 of Theology In Particular Dr. James Renihan and I return to a subject that we addressed briefly in the previous episode – the permanence of the Sabbath day. Is there a day that is to be kept holy by the New Covenant people of God? We believe the scriptures teach there is. It is the Lord’s Day, also known as the Christian Sabbath.

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Episode 51 of Theology In Particular is the last in a six-part series on the doctrine of baptism. In this episode, we offer a friendly critique of the reformed paedobaptist position.

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Episode 47 is the second in a six-part series on the doctrine of baptism. In this episode, Dr. James Renihan argues from the New Testament scriptures that baptism should be applied only to those who make a credible profession of faith in Jesus Christ.

Note: A mistake! Prof. Renihan meant to speak of Alexander Carson, rather than Abraham Booth! Sorry for the error. Here's a link to Carson's book.