In this episode, Rafael Bello and I talk about the incarnation of Jesus Christ and related matters. We centre on the question of the non Assumptus, which in modern times refers to Christ assuming a fallen nature. Did he assume a fallen nature? We discuss that question in today's episode.
Who are the Puritans? We talk about them all the time, but who are they really? Professor Michael Haykin speaks about the origin of the Puritans, their historical setting, and their influence in North America.
Born in England of Irish and Kurdish parents, Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin is Professor of Church History at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, and the Director of The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies, which is based on the Southern campus but which also has an office in Ontario. Dr. Haykin is the author of a number of books dealing with Patristic and Baptist studies and is also the general editor of a forthcoming 16-volume edition of the works of Andrew Fuller (Walter de Gruyter). He and his wife Alison have their home in Dundas, Ontario, and are members at West Highland Baptist Church, Hamilton, Ontario. They have two grown children, Victoria and Nigel. (Taken from the Gospel Coalition Canada website).
Why should you know about Thomas Aquinas? Because he provides us with precise and true language to worship the triune God.
In this episode, Ryan Hurd and I talk through some of the stickiest problems in trinitarian thinking. While the thought of Thomas is as vast as the ocean, I hope that you will get a sense for how Thomas spoke of God.
How does a former evangelical free church pastor become a lay Anglican curate? And just what is Anglicanism anyway? Chad Graham, a lawyer and a lay Anglican curate, tells us all about Anglicanism and why he appreciates this reformed expression of faith.
In this episode, Craig Carter and I talk about Christianity and Classical Theism. I also ask him why he likes the phrase "Christian Platonism." If you have read his work, you won't want to miss his remarks here.