Current Social Conversation with James White

James White’s podcast, The Dividing Line, from March 28, 2013 deals with a wide range of cultural and theological issues.

Audio timeline:

00:56-20:52 Comments on Michael Gerson’s Washing Post article “An America that is losing faith with religion” and a Christians response

20:53-43:15 Comments on Jon Ward’s Huffington Post article “Evangelicals Face Growing Tension Between Political And Personal Views Of Gay Marriage” which talks about Tim Keller

43:20-52:30 A call regarding the balance between the gospel and politics

Listen (right-click to download).

[source: Alpha & Omega Ministries]

Jason Stellman, Supreme Court + More From James White

James White’s podcast, The Dividing Line, from March 26, 2013 deals with a wide range of cultural and theological issues.

Audio timeline:

02:05-14:50 Supreme Court decisions on gay-marriage

15:33-29:00 30 years of Alpha and Omega Ministries

29:05-45:55 Jason Stellman’s recent “conversion” testimony to Roman Catholocism

46:00-54:55  A call from 17 year old Austin on the challenges young believers have in this secular world

54:56-60:30 A call asking about someone who believes same-sex marriage is wrong but shouldn’t be opposed by the government

Listen (right-click to download).

[source: Alpha & Omega Ministries]

Feed My Sheep Conference Audio (feat: Michael Haykin)

feed my sheep conference

March 18, 2012 was the Feed My Sheep Conference. It is a one-day conference organized for pastors and church leaders in the greater, metro-Atlanta area, hosted at Mount Vernon Baptist Church.

Conference audio (mp3):

Conference co-sponsered with the Atlanta Association of Southern Baptist Churches and The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies.

Gay Christianity, The Pope, Candida Moss Issues Discussed By James White

On James White’s podcast, The Dividing Line, from March 21, 2013 he deals with a wide range of cultural and theological issues.


Audio timeline:

01:15-09:45 Matthew Vines Launches ‘Reformation Project’ to Make Churches  LGBT-friendly/affirming (listen to James White’s five hour response to Matthew Vines’ YouTube video, with over half-a-million views, “The Gay Debate: The Bible & Homosexuality”)

15:45-21:00 Joe Biden meeting the new Pope &  Candida Moss’ new book “The Myth of Persecution: How Early Christians Invented a Story of Martyrdom”

21:35-26:45 Textual Criticism

27:30-47:50 Response to Michael Patton’s secondary issues post

47:50-60:00 Severel calls on textual criticism and regeneration

[source: Alpha & Omega Ministries]

Sam Waldron on Family-Integrated Churches – Reformed Forum Audio & Blogs

The March 8, 2013 episode of Christ the Center features an interview with Sam Waldron regarding Family-Integrated Churches

On this episode, we welcome  to speak about the family-integrated church movement, which seeks to recover a biblical understanding of the family, especially in its relationship to the local church. You can read more about the movement from The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches. Dr. Waldron explains several features of the movement, critically examining several strengths and shortcomings in light of Scripture. He has written on the subject before.

Here is a collection of all his post on the same subject:

  1. Sam WaldronFamily-Integrated Church 1: The “Family-Integrated Church Movement” Is Publishing!
  2. Family-Integrated Church 2: Appreciation for Scott Brown, Voddie Baucham, and the National Center for Family-Integrated Churches
  3. Family-Integrated Church 3: My Bona Fides
  4. Family-Integrated Church 4: The Family-Integrated Critique of the Modern Family and Church
  5. Family-Integrated Church 5: Is the church family-based?
  6. Family-Integrated Church 6: What does saying the church is a “Family of Families” mean?
  7. Family-Integrated Church 7: Are We Guilty of a Messianic View of the Christian Family?
  8. Family-Integrated Church 8: Are We Guilty of a Messianic View of the Christian Family? (Continued)
  9. Family-Integrated Church 9: Is the Old Testament Adequate to Provide the Church’s Philosophy of Ministry? (Part 1)
  10. Family-Integrated Church 10: Is the Old Testament Adequate to Provide the Church’s Philosophy of Ministry? (Part 2)
  11. Family-Integrated Church 11: Commendation for “A Weed in the Church” (Part 1)
  12. Family-Integrated Church 12: Commendation for “A Weed in the Church” (Part 2)
  13. Family-Integrated Church 13: Why the family-integrated view dies the death of a 1000 (or at least a few) qualifications!
  14. Family-Integrated Church 14: Why the family-integrated church is not demanded by the regulative principle! (Part 1)
  15. Family-Integrated Church 15: Why the family-integrated church is not demanded by the regulative principle! (Part 2)
  16. Family-Integrated Church 16: Of Nurseries
  17. Family-Integrated Church 17: Samuel, Jesus, and Paul (Part 1)
  18. Family-Integrated Church 18: Samuel, Jesus, and Paul (Part 2)
  19. Family-Integrated Church 19: A Plea for Principled Unity
  20. MCTS Podcast 22: Dr. Waldron on the Family-Integrated Church

2013 Deep South Founders Conference: God’s Covenant [Audio]

Sam Waldron

The sixth annual Deep South Founders Conference gathered under the banner of “God’s Covenant,” January 17-19, 2013 on the Reformed Theological Seminary Jackson, Mississippi campus. Our special guest, Dr. Sam Waldron brought three messages regarding covenant theology. Three other speakers, Dale Crawford, Chas Rowland, and Dewey Wise, filled the pulpit as we explored the biblical truth expressed in chapter seven of the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith…

Conference Audio:

  • Whatever happened to the Covenant of Works? [mp3] – Dr. Sam Waldron
  • Should you believe in the Covenant of Grace? [mp3] – Dr. Sam Waldron
  • Are the Old and New Covenants really one and the same? [mp3] – Dr. Sam Waldron
  • The Requirement of Faith [mp3] – Dr. Chas Rowland
  • The Eternal Covenant Transaction Between The Father and The Son [mp3] – Pastor Dale Crawford
  • The Holy Spirit’s Influence On The Creature’s Will [mp3] – Dewey Wise

Pre-Conference Debate

On Thursday evening, January 17, 2013 (6:30 pm) Dr. Samuel E. Waldron and Dr. Elliott E. Johnson debated the topic of Covenant Theology vs Dispensationalism in the chapel of the Reformed Theological seminary, Jackson MS. Dr. Johnson serves as Senior Professor of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary.

  • Covenant Theology vs Dispensationalism [mp3]

Andrew Fuller & His Friends Conference


The audio is now available from the 6th Andrew Fuller Conference, “Andrew Fuller & His Friends.” Here is what the conference was all about:

It is not every Baptist theologian who has a movement named after him, but Andrew Fuller was so important a theologian that historians of the church actually talk about a perspective called “Fullerism.” Fuller’s views, though, were not the product of simply his own theological reflection, but were formulated by him in dialogue with a close circle of friends and subsequent joint action with these friends, especially in missionary endeavors. This year The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies is thrilled to devote its annual conference to thinking about Fuller’s friends: their lives and ministries and how they shaped and were shaped by Fuller, whom later generations called “the elephant of Kettering”-a reference to his weighty theological influence. Come and join us this September as we spend time and energy in thinking about a past Christian thinker and his circle of friends whose influence for good and for the Kingdom of the Lord Jesus has been enormous.

And here are the audios:

New Calvinism Considered by Jeremy Walker [Audio + PDF]

New Old Calvinism

“I was invited to address the topic at a sister church in the US, which I sought to do. Following on from that, I was asked to put that material in print, to which I replied, ‘Tricky, as it’s only a series of headers with a few notes on a sheet of paper.’ The upshot was that the original address got transcribed, and I got round – eventually – to editing it. I used the substance of that address recently for a series of adult Bible classes in the church which I serve, and it provoked a lot of profitable engagement. And, now, finally, I am posting it here in its slightly more polished, slightly less personable form.”

– Pastor Jeremy Walker

Here is the four part blog series:

  1. Caveats and characteristics
  2. Commendations
  3. Cautions and concerns
  4. Conclusions and counsels

And said teaching:

  1. The New Calvinism Considered (67 min.)
    (Transcript: View or Download PDF)