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Progressive Revelation in Hermeneutics with Dr. Darrell Bock

Jeremy and Kenn talk about issues in hermeneutics with Dr. Darrell Bock, including how we ought to read the text, where we look for the meaning in a text, and whether or not the NT has priority over the OT. Nick Noyola/Bock interview link: Buy Progressive Dispensationalism here: Contact...


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Toward a Healthy Hermeneutic

Bible Interpretation Series | Part 1 What is hermeneutics? Why does it matter? Is choosing a hermeneutic arbitrary? Are there any clues in Scripture to guide us? Join Jeremy and Kenn as they wrestle with these critical issues. Have comments and/or questions? Reach out to us!​​ ​ Subscribe to the podcast:


Inside the Mormon Mind (Interview with Outer Brightness)

Paul Nurnburg and Matthew Eklund of the Outer Brightness Podcast join Jeremy for a deep dive into their former mindset, processed and evaluated now through the lens of biblical Christianity. We hope the conversation helps you think through the ways you can reach your LDS neighbors! Check out their podcast!


What's Coming Up at Do Theology

Jeremy and Kenn announce the future of our podcast at Do Theology as we get things ready for exciting new things! Be sure to subscribe!


Prayer: Key Radio Morning Show with Guest Host Jeremy Howard

Several Weeks back Jeremy Howard guest hosted at the Key Radio station in Provo, Utah. The topic of the day was prayer, and we thought it was a show worth sharing, so we are! Learn more about Key Radio here:


What I've Learned in One Year of Open-Air Preaching

Here are five things Kenn has learned in one year of open-air preaching. This article was originally posted on Kenn's personal website


Hymns Tournament Championship Analysis

These have been a lot of fun. We hope you've enjoyed them. If you're listening to this before midnight EDT on 7/29 there is time to vote at !


Media Offered to Idols: What to Do with the Resources of the Fallen

Jeremy once again reads an article from his website, You can follow along with this article here:


2021 Do Theology Hymns Tournament Elite Eight Analysis

You know the drill. We're ridiculous, but we're okay with that.


2021 Hymns Tournament Round of 32 Analysis

Guest Analysts Stephen Duncan and Dustin Garrett joined us again for some up-to-the-minute analysis on our current standings in the Round of 32 for the 2021 Do Theology Hymns Tournament. Vote at


Expert Analysis: 2021 Do Theology Hymns Tournament

Jeremy and Kenn bring in Stephen Duncan and Dustin Garrett as the experts to talk about the early showings in the 2021 Do Theology Facebook Hymns Tournament. To vote visit


Darrell Harrison & Virgil Walker of Just Thinking on Critical Race Theory

The winners of our March 2021 Do Theology Christian Podcast Tournament joined us for a conversation about their Podcast Just Thinking. Darrell and Virgil shared the importance of reading the primary source material, and discuss whether CRT is primary or secondary in nature. We HIGHLY encourage you to invest your time into listening to Just Thinking Podcast. Learn More about Just Thinking here: Contact...


Dr. Gary Gilley on CRT and the Enneagram

For our final episode recorded live at the 2021 IFCA Convention, we hosted Dr. Gary Gilley, the founder of Think on These Things Ministries and Pastor of Southern View Chapel in Springfield, Illinois. Dr. Gilley hosts theological roundtables every year at the convention, equipping attendees with biblical truth to confront whatever errant theological/practical trend is gaining ground in Christendom or America more broadly. This year he addressed issues of CRT/I and the Enneagram. We talked...


Dr. Lofquist on Seminary and the Local Church

Dr. Les Lofquist is the Pastor of Membership and Assimilation at the Shepherd's Church and Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Shepherds Theological Seminary. Formally he was the Executive Director of the IFCA for 20 years. Lofquist shares some of his background before talking about his passion for both the local church and being engaged in equipping the next generation of church leaders through teaching at STS. Kenn is currently an STS student, pursuing an MDiv in Pastoral...


Dr. Granados of Calvary University on the Future of Higher Education

Dr. Alexander Granados is the President of Calvary University, which is both Jeremy and Kenn's alma mater. Granados shared his background before we talked about the future of higher education in America, how Granados' business background has served him well in ministry, and the importance of biblical balance in the Lordship/Free Grace debate. Learn more about Calvary here: Contact Us:


IFCA PASSED Resolutions on Social Justice and Biblical Eschatology

The IFCA passed two theological resolutions at the 2021 Convention. Kenn and Jeremy read portions of them and discuss the implications. The full text to these resolutions is available here: Contact Us:​​​ Subscribe to the podcast:...


Dr. Richard Bargas on the Importance of Biblical Eschatology

In this conversation with IFCA International Executive Director Dr Richard Bargas, we talk to him about his background and testimony, what the IFCA is, and why it's so important to study and teach biblical eschatology. Dr. Bargas' Blog: IFCA International: Contact Us:​​​ Subscribe to the podcast:...


INFO: What to Expect This Week On Do Theology

This is a short informational bit to give context for what you will hear this week on the Do Theology Podcast


Why I'm Non-Denominational

In this episode, Jeremy reads the most recent article from his website You can read along with the audio here: The five reasons he gives for why he is (happily) non-denominational are: 1. It reflects New Testament instructions and examples. 2. It keeps the focus on the local church. 3. It preserves the conscience in cooperative efforts. 4. It allows for true accountability. 5. It encourages a right...