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Here's an excellent sermon from Luke 19:45-48 by John Blevins III, associate pastor of Covenant Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Oak Ridge, TN. This passage, which includes the cleansing of the temple, has much to say about the worship of the church. Pastor Blevins is leading a church plant in the Knoxville, TN area which will emphasize the ordinary me…
 
Matt and Michael of the Restless Podcast join us to talk about the long, strange trip that was the Young, Restless, and Reformed movement. Be sure to subscribe to their podcast at https://restlesspodcast.podbean.com/ Here's the prescient Carl Trueman article from 2013 we mentioned: What if Life Was Complex? - Reformation 21…
 
Historian and Hillsdale College visiting professor Miles Smith IV joins us to talk about his recent piece (linked below) on so-called Christian Nationalism. We also talk a bit about his new communion, the Anglican Church in North America. Read the article cited here: https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/would-it-really-were-christian-na…
 
We are pleased to have Harrison Perkins who ministers at the Free Church of Scotland congregation in London, UK though his credentials are those of a PCA minister. We talk lots about the situation on the ground in that global city in the year of COVID and we talk much about worship and the 2nd commandment in the last half of the show. Here's the li…
 
With permission from the PCA Historical Center we provide this recording of the first hour and a half of the first PCA General Assembly in 1973. The greater portion is an address by convener/moderator Jack Williamson (a ruling elder and attorney), the text of which can be found here with other addresses from this historic assembly.…
 
A talk by the late Dr. Morton H. Smith on the history of presbyterian worship (with an emphasis on worship developments in the PCA) from the 2003 Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary theology conference. Dr. Smith taught at GPTS until his death in 2017. He was the founding professor of Reformed Theological Seminary and was the first stated …
 
We ring out the year that has wrung many of us out with a selection of Presbycasty tunes and a long talk about 2020 with our friend Dr. R. Scott Clark of Westminster Seminary California and the Heidelblog media empire. We talk COVID, church, radio, and dogs. The interview portion runs from about 19:00 to 1:23:00 for those who hate good music.…
 
For the benefit of newer listeners or those with short memories, this is another "Best of" encore presentation from 2017, when Chris Drew, pastor of a small church, joined us talk about the small church experience. Chris has joined us many times since, but this show got lots of positive reaction three and a half years ago.…
 
For the benefit of newer listeners or those with short memories, this is our first "Best of" encore presentation. Originally posted 2/1/2017, Dr. R. Scott Clark of Westminster Seminary California joins us to talk about his article "When Confessional P & R Congregations Do Not Exist Or Disappoint" about the lost sheep who struggle to find a confessi…
 
Dr. Dominic Aquila -- pioneering internet journalist, pastor and church planter, seminary professor and president, church historian, and former moderator of the PCA General Assembly -- joins us to discuss the past, present, and future of the Presbyterian Church in America. And in so doing we touched on the history of most of presbyterianism in Nort…
 
Twitter's own Odd Deacon, a real-life architect, joins us for the first Church Architecture Show. We talk about basic, big picture concepts concerning church design and worship spaces. Ranger the Presby Dog also made an unscheduled appearance. You may also view the show on YouTube which gives you the benefit of a few visuals, but we did not integra…
 
Presbyterian church planter Albert "Berti" Kona of Durres, Albania joins us to tell his amazing story and manages to inspire, warn, and amuse us along the way. This type of show is why Presbycast exists -- don't miss a minute of it. Support for the church in Albania can be sent to Woodruff Road Presbyterian (PCA) in Greenville, SC.…
 
Our friend Andy Webb of Fayetteville, NC gives his solo report of the proceedings of the 2020 Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church general synod which met for two days this week in Columbia, SC. This was his first synod as an ARP minister, his church having moved from the PCA to the ARP in the last year. This report was originally broadcast on Fa…
 
Are cities the best place to plant churches and "do evangelism"? Does the city breed spiritual seekers? A series of Tim Keller tweets prompted this morning commute monologue. Some links: https://twitter.com/timkellernyc/status/1317865570373685250?s=20 https://twitter.com/timkellernyc/status/1318213202862288896?s=20 Presbycast on cities: https://pre…
 
Dr. D.G. Hart of Hillsdale College joins us to talk about liberalism -- theological, political...and incipient. We talk about the relationship between secular and religious progressivism and ask "Can you be politically liberal but not theologically liberal?" This article formed much of the basis of our conversation: https://www.firstthings.com/arti…
 
CW monologues about the conflict between LA County authorities and John MacArthur's Grace Community Church...and what it might mean for all of us. Audio tweets: https://twitter.com/presbycast/status/1305203213067522049?s=20 LA County worship "protocol": http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/docs/protocols/Reopening_PlacesofWorship.pdf…
 
Two pastors (Dan Borvan and Chris Drew) join us to talk about those who would defer to the magistrate on 'Rona restrictions and those who would defy said restrictions and assemble normally to worship, and we talk about the advisability of taking federal assistance funds as churches and religious organizations. And of course, fun with baptists. Rele…
 
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