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Episode 125: Today we answer a listener question: How can I continue to develop in my ability to preach and teach the Old Testament? Scott and Gray give their takes from their respective biblical-theological and systematic perspectives. Thanks for the question, Trevor!Episode with Chris Watkin: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/christianity-amo…
 
122: We had the privilege of hosting Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III for a conversation and Q&A on covenant theology. Check it out! And thanks to Mike Kreider, Austin Kettle, and Daniel Kunkel for asking questions. Resources:Poythress, Vern. Understanding Dispensationalists. https://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Dispensationalists-Vern-S-Poythress/dp/087552…
 
Episode 121: Scott and Peter talk about their favorite topic: the Abrahamic Covenant (Genesis 12-22). What is it and what is its role in the history of redemption? Enjoy!Resources:Waters, Reid, Muether, eds. Covenant Theology. https://www.amazon.com/Covenant-Theology-Theological-Historical-Perspectives/dp/1433560038/Ask a question: rts.edu/washingt…
 
Episode 120: Scott, Peter, and Gray talk about crafting, telling, and interpreting stories. Topics include hermeneutics, simulacrum, narratology, dischronologization, inspiration, authorial intent, Obi-Wan Kenobi, MindHunter, the counsel of God as the precondition for the meaningfulness of every fact, epistemological humility, subjectivity, objecti…
 
Episode 118: Scott and Gray talk about Neo-Calvinism—what it is, what it isn’t, and why it’s relevant. Brock, Cory; Sutanto, Gray. Neo-Calvinism: A Theological Introduction. https://www.amazon.com/Neo-Calvinism-Theological-Introduction-Cory-Brock/dp/1683596463/Ask a question: rts.edu/washington/podcast About RTS Washington: rts.edu/washington Upcom…
 
Episode 114: Today the faculty discuss Romans—its occasion, purpose, main themes, and theological-pastoral character. They also talk about the Gentile-Jew controversy and the New Perspective on Paul. Enjoy! Ask a question: rts.edu/washington/podcast About RTS Washington: rts.edu/washington Upcoming classes: https://rts.edu/campuses/washington-dc/st…
 
Episode 113: Today the profs continue their readers’ guide to Psalms by taking about the book’s subject, shape, five-fold division, teleology, and voice. Check it out! Futato, Mark. Interpreting the Psalms. https://www.amazon.com/Interpreting-Psalms-Exegetical-Handbooks-Testament/dp/0825427657/ Anderson, Bernhard W. Out of the Depths. https://www.a…
 
Episode 111: Today the profs talk about the image of God in humanity as created and as redeemed in Christ, and share some thoughts on its implications for corporate responsibility and racial diversity. Enjoy!Ask a question: rts.edu/washington/podcast About RTS Washington: rts.edu/washingtonBy Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.
 
Episode 108: Today’s episode is a conversation with Henk van den Belt. Dr. van den Belt is professor of Systematic Theology at the Faculty of Religion and Theology and Director of the Herman Bavinck Center for Reformed and Evangelical Theology at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. Enjoy!Ask a question: rts.edu/washington/podcastAbout RTS Washington…
 
Episode 107: In today’s episode, the profs sit down with Dr. Scott Swain to talk about his ecclesiological journey from Baptist to Presbyterian. Please note no infants were sprinkled during this recording. Enjoy! Ask a question: rts.edu/washington/podcastAbout RTS Washington: rts.edu/washingtonBy Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.
 
Episode 106: With Paul, Tommy, and Gray out, Scott and Peter give us a readers’ guide to arguably the important book of the Old Testament. They talk about Deuteronomy’s place in the canon, audience, historical setting, main message, literary structure, and more. Ask a question: rts.edu/washington/podcastAbout RTS Washington: rts.edu/washington…
 
Episode 104: Today the profs welcome Alicia Akins as a guest to the podcast. Alicia is one of our students, a member at Grace DC Downtown, and a writer. They talk about Alicia’s story and her recently-published book, Invitations to Abundance: How The Feasts of The Bible Nourish Us Today. Enjoy!Alicia Akins’ blog: https://feetcrymercy.comInvitations…
 
Episode 103: Today the profs begin a new series. In this first episode, they discuss the importance of understanding genre, literary structure, and themes as we read the books of the Bible. Enjoy!Ask a question: https://rts.edu/washington/podcastAbout RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washingtonBy Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.
 
Episode 102: Today the profs talk with Aaron White. Dr. White is senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church (EPC) in Charleston, Ohio, and a Luke-Acts and Septuagint scholar. Topics include the Septuagint, the pastor-scholar life, fluency in biblical languages, thorny exegetical issues, and more. Dr. White will be teaching the Introduction to the S…
 
Episode 101: Today the profs interview Nana Dolce. Nana serves as Associate Director of Women’s Workshops for the Charles Simeon Trust and as an instructor of our Women’s Teaching labs. Nana talks about her experience as a Bible teacher and her forthcoming book The Seed of the Woman: 30 Narratives that Point Us to Jesus (10ofThose). Learn more abou…
 
Episode 100: The profs answer three questions they often get: Does God change? Why should we study the Old Testament? Is studying biblical backgrounds necessary to understand the Bible?Ask a question: https://rts.edu/washington/podcast/Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washingtonBy Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.
 
Episode 99: The faculty welcomes back Dr. Peter Lee to the podcast after a seven-month sabbatical. They talk about the benefits of sabbath-ing, and the projects he worked on. Enjoy! Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington Ask a question: https://rts.edu/washington/podcast/By Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.
 
Episode 98: Today the profs wrap up the Ten Commandment series. They talk about the uses of the Law in the Old Testament, Paul, and the Reformed tradition, how to preach obedience without being legalistic, regeneration, the imitation of Christ, and more. Enjoy! Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington Ask a question: https://rts.…
 
Episode 96: Today the faculty interviews John Bolt. Dr. Bolt is Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary, and editor of the English translation of Herman Bavinck’s Reformed Dogmatics and Reformed Ethics. The conversation focuses on the latter, especially the second volume—its distinctive approach, contribution, and u…
 
Episode 95: Today the faculty discusses the ninth commandment. What does it teach us positively and negatively? How does it promote life and flourishing? How might it be misused? Can we really speak truthfully as finite creatures? Also, is fiction okay? Disclaimer: Santa Claus is discussed and it is acknowledged that he is not real. Learn more abou…
 
Episode 93: The profs talk about their Christmas traditions. Topics include chilling with the fam, Harry Potter Lego Advent calendars, Elf On The Shelf, stockings, fake Christmas trees, Santa Claus, and more. Merry Christmas! Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington Ask a question: https://rts.edu/washington/podcast/…
 
Episode 94: Today the profs discuss the eighth commandment and its breath of application. What does this commandment imply for our public ethic? Topics include disadvantaging ourselves for our neighbors’ advantage, money as seed, rights and duties, stewardship, frugality, and more. Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washingtonAsk a qu…
 
Episode 92: Today the profs discuss the seventh commandment. Topics include the scope of this commandment, the effects of sexual sin, helpful and unhelpful approaches to dealing with sexual immorality, questions of identity, and more. Resources:Keller, Tim & Kathy. The Meaning of Marriage. https://www.amazon.com/Meaning-Marriage-Facing-Complexities…
 
Episode 91: Today the profs interview Michael Allen. Dr. Allen is the John Dyer Trimble Professor of Systematic Theology and Academic Dean at RTS Orlando. They talk about the Paideia Center, theological discipleship, and the book groups are currently working through, Augustine’s City of God. They also discuss Dr. Allen’s forthcoming books. Enjoy!Le…
 
Episode 90: The profs talk with Greg Lanier and Will Ross about the Septuagint—what it is and why it matters. Dr. Lanier is associate professor of New Testament at RTS Orlando. Dr. Ross is assistant professor of Old Testament at RTS Charlotte. Enjoy! The Septuagint: What It Is and Why It Matters, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08T6FJHRV/Septuag…
 
Episode 89: The profs discuss the sixth commandment. What’s forbidden in it, what’s required in it, and how do we get there hermeneutically? What are some of its practical applications in situations of abuse and bullying, the academy, pastoral ministry, social justice, and social media? Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington As…
 
Episode 88: Today the profs discuss the fifth commandment. What does this commandment teach us about God’s design for human relationships? What might obeying it look like in various cultural contexts? What should human authority look like in light of divine authority? Enjoy! Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington Ask a question…
 
Episode 87: In this shoRTS episode, Scott and Tommy ask Gray about affect theory—what it is, and what some of its insights and implications are for theological and religious studies. Enjoy!Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington Ask a question: https://rts.edu/washington/podcast/By Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.
 
Episode 86: Today the profs sit down with Dave Silvernail to talk about church polity. Dr. Silvernail serves as senior pastor at Potomac Hills Presbyterian in Leesburg, VA, and as visiting lecturer in practical and pastoral theology at our campus. Topics include models of polity, church membership and discipline, Reformed ecclesiology, Robert’s rul…
 
Episode 85: Continuing our series on the Ten Commandments, today’s discussion is on the fourth: the Sabbath day. What are the biblical, theological, and pastoral reasons for this commandment? What does it look like to keep the Sabbath holy? Enjoy the conversation! Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington Ask a question: https://r…
 
Episode 84: Today the profs welcome Oliver Crisp as a guest to the podcast. Dr. Crisp is the Professor of Analytic Theology and Director of the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology at the University of St. Andrews. Topics: Are analytic theology and Reformed theology incompatible? Is analytic theology a top-down, deductive method? Ho…
 
Episode 83: What does it mean to take name of the Lord in vain? Is this commandment kept by simply avoiding using God’s name as an expletive? In sum, no. Enjoy!Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington Ask a question: https://rts.edu/washington/podcast/By Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.
 
Episode 82: Today the profs talk about evangelism with Randy Newman. Dr. Newman is the Senior Teaching Fellow for Apologetics and Evangelism at The C. S. Lewis Institute in the Washington, DC area, and a guest lecturer at RTS Washington. Enjoy! Books by Randy Newman: https://www.amazon.com/Randy-Newman/e/B001KI1W0S Learn more about RTS Washington: …
 
Episode 81: In this installment, profs talk about the second commandment. Does the Lord care about how we worship him? What does it mean that God is jealous? Are representations of Christ okay? Do images enhance or diminish our worship? Why is the regulative principle so freeing? And don’t miss the excursus on demons. Learn more about RTS Washingto…
 
Episode 79: Today we begin a series on the Ten Commandments. Why are they important? What role ought they play in the Christian life? Topics include Law & Gospel, the three uses of the Law, the law of Christ v. legalism, delighting in the law of the Lord, and more. Enjoy! Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington Ask a question: h…
 
Episode 78: Yet another bonus Summer ShoRTS! Our executive producer asks Tommy about corporate prayer—how we can do it better. Also, next week we’re getting the whole Washington faculty back together to start a new episode series on the Ten Commandments. Learn more about RTS Washington: https://rts.edu/washington Ask a question: https://rts.edu/was…
 
Episode 77: A bonus ShoRTS episode! Did Jesus and Paul preach the same message? How did we get from Jesus’s teaching to Paul’s preaching? Is it legitimate to read Paul’s theology and terminology into the Gospel accounts? Listen as Tommy Keene answers these questions.Ask a question: https://rts.edu/washington/podcast/ Learn more about our campus: ht…
 
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