Archbishop of Sydney, Peter Jensen, addresses the controversial issue of the role of the Old Testament Law in the life of a Christian believer. Four talks in mp3 format.
Carl Trueman on the response of Reformed theologian Gresham Machen to liberal theology - with some penetrating applications for evangelicals today.
D. B. Knox
The former Principal of Moore College scrutinises an Arminian attempt to pit the New Testament warning passages against a biblical doctrine of the preservation of the saints.
Mike Ovey defends the cause of systematic theology from the charge that it is merely imposing a framework on God's word.
God in the driving seat (mp3)
An in-depth discussion of God's sovereignty, our freedom and responsibility, and the practical pastoral impact of the Bible's teaching. Plus, why God must punish sin and other interesting morsels in this interview.
Limited Atonement is just one of the doctrinal implications of considering the related subjects of union with Christ and justification.
Down the Pub (mp3)
Dr. Lane Tipton
A chat about the relationship between the Bible and systematics , union with Christ, justification, the New Perspective, and engaging in theological disputes with godliness.
Lee Gatiss examines the role of biblical authority in Stott, Packer, and McGrath.
A look at Calvin's doctrine of union with Christ and a warning against misrepresentating it in polemical "blog theology."
Dr. Ben Cooper
Economist and theologian Ben Cooper relieves the tension between God's sovereignty and human will with "choice theory"
Did Jesus bear the punishment for our sin on the cross, or not? Garry Williams replies to Steve Chalke's denial of the doctrine of Penal Substitutionary Atonement.
Should the New Perspective on Paul make us hesitant about preaching justification by faith?
Mike Ovey on the inseparable operations of the Trinity, with reference to Augustine, Rahner, and John's Gospel.
Lee Gatiss asks a simple question about the foundations of our faith.
What does the Reformed tradition teach about justification by faith?
Gerald Bray attempts an answer to the difficult question of God’s impassibility.
Carl Chambers asks a doctrinal and pastoral question of great importance.