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  • 01:59

    The Magnum Opus of the Reformation: Luther’s Heidelberg Disputation; Part 1

    in Christianity

    About six months after Luther posted his 95 Theses on the front doors of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, he presented his doctrinal disputation to the Augustinian Order in Heidelberg, Germany. This is a timeless document that laid the foundation for Protestant doctrine and its primary principles have never been altered. This document is the very roots of the Protestant tree. The Reformed tradition has never strayed from its major tenets. To understand the Heidelberg Disputation is to understand all of the Reformed tradition.

  • 01:00

    Next-Wave Reformation Theology and History

    in Education

    On this weeks show, we will be talking about what makes Next-Wave Reformation Theology distinct from more traditional braches of other Churches. We will be talking about the gifts and the relationship with the Covenants. Your host is Dr. Ean Theron and we will be taking calls.  
    The book Next-Wave Reformation Manifesto is now available in paperback
    http://scholarsheartpress.wordpress.com/2012/07/15/next-wave-reformation-manifesto/
    Kindle version also available
    http://www.amazon.com/Next-Wave-Reformation-Manifesto-ebook/dp/B00872V6NS/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1342388751&sr=8-4&keywords=Ean+Theron

  • 01:31

    Reformation Wednesday: The L in T.U.L.I.P. PartII

    in Christianity

    Today on the EBC†RADIO show it's Reformation Wednesday, with Charlie Brennan. That means we will be doing a mega edition of the show. Today we will be continuing the discussion on Limited Atonement.  Charlie will have a special guest on with him, Stephanie Beleskey.


    The caller lines will be open. So if you have questions or comments about today's topic or any other topic give us a call. Remember for those listening to the show via podcast, the PODCAST HOTLINE is open 24/7 at 1-414-369-2242.

  • 01:59

    Reformation Wednesday: The L in T.U.L.I.P. Part~4

    in Christianity

    Today on the EBC†RADIO show it's Reformation Wednesday, with Charlie Brennan. That means we will be doing a mega edition of the show. Today we will be continuing the discussion on Limited Atonement. If you have questions about Reformed theology give us a call at 1-646-564-9793.


    The caller lines will be open. So if you have questions or comments about today's topic or any other topic give us a call. Remember for those listening to the show via podcast, the PODCAST HOTLINE is open 24/7 at 1-414-369-2242.

  • 02:00

    Understanding The Reformation

    in Religion

    This Saturday, I will be talking with Robert Kolb about the Reformation. In his own words


     


    "Robert Kolb, Missions professor of systematic theology emeritus at Concordia Seminary, Saint Louis, came to the seminary faculty after service as executive director of the Center for Reformation Research in Saint Louis (1972-1977) and as professor of religion and history at Concordia College, Saint Paul (1977-1993).  From 1993 to 2009 he served as director of the Seminary’s Institute for Mission Studies and spent extensive periods of time teaching in post-Soviet Europe and East and South Asia.  A member of the LCMS Commission for Theology and Church Relations from 1984 to 1992, he was its chair from 1989 to 1992.  He was associate editor and then co-editor of The Sixteenth Century Journal (1973-1997) and since 1993 has been a member of the continuation committee of the International Congress for Luther Research. He helped edit the new English translation of The Book of Concord (2000) and has published some twenty books on the Lutheran Reformation and on evangelism and Christian doctrine."

    What relevance does the Reformation have to Christianity and apologetics today? You'll find out on this episode of the Deeper Waters Podcast.


     


     

  • 01:17

    The Theology and Worldview of Paul David Tripp Conclusion

    in Christianity

    Next Week: 


    About six months after Luther posted his 95 Theses on the front doors of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, he presented his doctrinal disputation to the Augustinian Order in Heidelberg, Germany. This is a timeless document that laid the foundation for Protestant doctrine and its primary principles have never been altered. This document is the very roots of the Protestant tree. The Reformed tradition has never strayed from its major tenets. To understand the Heidelberg Disputation is to understand all of the Reformed tradition.

  • 01:20

    The Theology and Worldview of Paul David Tripp

    in Christianity

    Here is what makes Paul David Tripp and his book, How People Change relevant: it is a treatise on how this ideology is supposedly applied with intentionality to real life. In fact, this philosophical construct has never been articulated to the degree that Tripp does so in this book. This is what makes How People Change one of the more relevant books written in all of Reformed history. Few works put feet on the Heidelberg Disputation to the extent of How People Change.  

  • 01:43

    Paul David Tripp’s “How People Change” An Overview and Evaluation: Part 2

    in Christianity

    In 2003, The Christian Counseling & Education Foundation (CCEF) elicited cooperation with a number of churches to test a counseling curriculum that would change the identity of the biblical counseling movement which was 30 years old at that time. A book written by New Calvinist Paul David Tripp titled "How People Change" emerged from that pilot program. The book is a definitive statement on how authentic Calvinism is applied to formal church counseling. The host will begin with a  history in part one, and then in part two will explain the primary themes of each chapter, and then will conclude with explaining the sources of those themes and how they are applied to biblical counseling. 

  • 01:00

    Next-Wave Reformation Theology and History

    in Education

    Are John Piper, Robert Morey, and C. J. Mahaney Reformed? They share essential beliefs that tie them together under the umbrella of Reformed Theology. But they also have certain beliefs in common that distinguish them from most branches of Reformed Denominations. Does this mean that there is a new branch of the Reformation forming? Some think it does. What is the history of this new Reformation? What are its distinguishing beliefs? And what are its challenges for the future? Next-Wave Reformation Manifesto, by Dr. Ean Theron, answers these questions.

  • 01:55

    Is America ready for a reformation or will it be brought to a Revolution?

    in Radio

    Tonight Pastor Vince shares the microphone with Pastor Don Huddle from Indiana. The conversation, as always, will include prophetic maneuverings along with end time situatiions that are and are developing. Also the Tedrad of Blood Red Moons is being stirred up due to the nearness of the event. On April 3rd 2015 a third blood red moon will be seen in the skies overhead and many are expecting major events to occur within this context. Also, we are hearing from almost everyone we are talking to about end time events that the church at large is just not willing to listen, so what will it take to open the ears and eyes of those who have been lulled to sleep by a false gospel in these last moments of time? 

  • 00:46

    The Jesuits and the Counter Reformation Part Two

    in History

    Walter Veith will be a Virtual Guest on Mystery Babylon News Radio


    What did the Reformers teach?
    1. The Bible not tradition is supreme.
    2. The pope and his kingdom constitutes the anti-Christ.


    The Reformation was A RETURN TO PRIMITIVE OR NON-APOSTATE CHRISTIANITY accomplished between three and four centuries ago in this country, in Germany, and some other countries of Europe.  One feature of this great movement was the abandonment of the use of Latin in public worship, and the translation of the Scriptures into living language, so that all nations might read the word of God in their own tongue, and
    understand for themselves its sacred messages. The names of Luther, Zwingle, Erasmus, Tyndale, Knox, Calvin, Latimer, Ridley, Cranmer,
    Hooper, and others, are associated with this “


    Sola Scriptura (“Scripture alone”)


    Sola Fide (“faith alone”)



    Sola Gratia (“grace alone”)


    Solus Christus (“Christ alone”)


    Soli Deo Gloria (“to the glory of God alone”)