In this episode of Credo Podcast, hosts Dominic Legge and Matthew Barrett discuss the importance of approaching Christology through a Trinitarian lens. They argue that isolating the doctrine of Christology from the Trinity can lead to heresies and misunderstandings about the nature of God. Specifically, they address the issue of Kenotic Christology, which suggests that […]

Did you know that out of the 150 Psalms in the Bible, the majority of them are psalms of lament? The worshiper is saying things like, “God, why am I suffering? Why have you abandoned me? Why do I feel empty?” That’s our song sometimes.

Adriel Sanchez, pastor of North Park Presbyterian Church, discusses Biblical views of sexuality. Are they outdated? Or can we trust Scripture as a timeless guide?

Rachel and Coleen discuss kinism and similar views. 

It sounds a little crazy to say that the gospel terrifies Christians. But it clearly does. Christians are prone to qualify the grace of God in Christ. Christians are prone to hedge on justification by faith alone. At times, Christians can even be unsettled by the preaching of Christ from all of Scripture. Why are […]

Today’s reminder is from Justin Perdue, Pastor of Covenant Baptist Church in Asheville, NC. Listen to the full sermon entitled, God is Greater Than Our Hearts on Covenant Baptist Church’s website.

Shane Rosenthal was raised in a Jewish home but became an atheist at a very early age. Some years later, however, he ended up losing faith in atheism and converted to Christianity. On this podcast he talks with people from a wide variety of worldviews and perspectives in order explore the beliefs and ideas that […]

The host of Back to the Reformation examines the Federal Vision and one of its authors, Doug Wilson.

In this episode, Tim Keller explores questions around identity: How do we form our sense of self and our sense of worth? Am I only as good as my latest achievement?

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