Interview #76 – Joseph Pipa Jr. – Getting to know him & GPTS with Pascal Denault (1 of 2) [Audio Podcast]

On episode 76 of our interview podcast, alongside Pascal Denault, we interview Joseph A. Pipa Jr., president and professor of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (GPTS), on a wide range of topics. TOPICS: Getting to know Dr. Pipa Learning more about GPTS The Spring Theology Conference on the Law of God and the speakers (including Richard Barcellos) Why does Junior gets all, “giddy and …

Interview #75 – Richard Barcellos – Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology [Audio Podcast]

On episode 75 of our interview podcast, we interview Richard Barcellos of Reformed Baptist Academic Press about their newest release Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology. We get into questions such as: What is the book all about? Is it just “1689 Federalism”? Do the 17th century baptism arguments hold water? :P What is a paedobaptist …

Dunker Bunker “with Grumpy Regulative Principle’r Javy” [Weekly Audio Headlines]

Listen: Subscribe to the podcast in a RSS reader, iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn or by Email. Headlines: NEWS: 2015 Spring Registration for the Founders Study Center is now open + current classes – Watch the new ‘Through the Eyes of Spurgeon’ documentary free [2 Hour Video] + Enter to win a Spurgeon Manuscript & and iPad Air 2 EVENTS: Upcoming events! Check them …

The Covenant Theology of the 1689 Baptist Confession [5-Part AUDIO | VIDEO] by Pascal Denault + Q&A

Pascal Denault, in a post entitled “1689 Federalism”, writes: 1689 Federalism is the Particular Baptist understanding of the Covenant of Grace as stated in the Second London Confession of Faith of 1689. This particular view is distinct from the Westminster view that holds to the concept of one Covenant of Grace under two distinct administrations …

Interview #67 – Fred Malone & Sam Waldron – Covenant Theology [Podcast]

How you define a covenant and how you determine the structure of a covenant has all to do… with your view of Justification. On episode 67 of our interview podcast, we hand over the mic to Sam Waldron [who we first got to know on episode 14] to interview Fred Malone about an upcoming Covenant Baptist …

Interview #59 – Robert Truelove – Taking a Church from Paedobaptism to Credobaptism [Audio Podcast]

 “Let me give you the best argument for all [paedobaptist arguments]… When you put presbyterians together, between themselves they nullify all of the verses!” On episode 59 of our interview podcast we have Pastor Robert Truelove on to tell us how his church went from a Presbyterian church to a confessional Reformed Baptist church. This led us into a …

The Reformed Pubcast & links to what we talked about on their podcast

The Reformed Pubcast, who we mentioned last week, had Javier and I (Jason) on their latest podcast (a great step down from James White who was on last week). Audio [mp3]: http://ia802508.us.archive.org/8/items/ITP01/ITP01.mp3 – Linkage to what we discussed: When I said mug on the show I meant pint, my bad :)   But here are the excellent …

Redeemer Radio: “God’s Covenant” with Pastor Sam Renihan (Part 2) [Audio]

Last week we shared, Part 1 of Redeemer Radio’s interview with Pastor Sam Renihan on the Covenant of Grace. Part 2 is now up and available at SermonAudio.com [mp3] http://mp3.sa-media.com/filearea/52414813164/52414813164.mp3 – In this episode they discuss how the Covenant of Grace was administered in the Old Testament (God taught His people to believe the gospel of …

Interview #52 – Mike Gaydosh – Solid Ground Christian Books [Audio Podcast]

  “These are the best books in the world…” – Earl Blackburn On episode 52 of our interview podcast we interview Mike Gaydosh who is the founder and owner of Solid Ground Christian Books. We learn more about him, Solid Ground, plus we get into some of the gems that he has reprinted (this takes us into many …

Interview #46 – Jeff Johnson – The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Covenant & Biblical Theology

On episode 46 of our interview podcast, we interview Jeff Johnson on his newest book “The Kingdom of God: A Baptist Expression of Covenant & Biblical Theology”. We ask questions such as: How do Covenant and Biblical Theology relate? Should we read this or The Fatal Flaw first? Why is Abraham so important in this discussion? Is …

Help Make this Baptist Covenant Theology Collection (17 vols.) a Reality!

[Yes, I realize the following post is long, but please don’t ignore it because of that. Here, I even made a way for you to listen to the post.] :) Fellow 1689’rs and other interested parties, We help point to and put out a lot of resources dealing with the 2nd London Baptist Confession of …

Interview #42 – Larry Vincent – 2K & IPAs: Baptists & Two Kingdom Theology [1 of 2]

On episode 42 of our podcast, we interview Pastor Larry Vincent on Two Kingdoms Theology [2KT]. In part one of this two part interview we get into theological questions such as: What is 2KT and what is the Biblical basis for it? How does this relate to the Old Covenant and the New Covenant? Ecclesiology, Soteriology, Eschatology? This …

Available Mar. 3, 2014: Jeff Johnson’s The Kingdom of God – A Baptist Expression of Covenant & Biblical Theology [Book]

By Jeffrey D. Johnson – 268 Pages [Available March 3rd, 2014] Is there a central plot to the Bible? And if so, why is the Bible divided into two different testaments? Moreover, how do these two testaments relate to each other? No doubt, it can be overwhelming to traverse the various covenants of the Bible. And it …

Dunker Bunker Year In Review Edition [Podcast] | Best of 2013 | Stat + more

Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, iTunes or by Email We record our podcast via Google+ Hangout which creates a video. To save us time we aren’t going to do any editing on our future Dunker Bunker Podcast… so here it is: We don’t have anything to compare these stats with, since our site …

Reformed Baptists, Reformed Paedobaptists, & The Mosaic Covenant [Pascal Denault]

Some pages of Pascal Denault’s The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology highlighted at Reformed for His Glory: Why, then, was the law given at all? It was added because of transgressions until the Seed to whom the promise referred had come. The law was given through angels and entrusted to a mediator. A mediator, however, implies …