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Heidelcast 129: I Am That I Am (7)—The Trinity In The New Testament

12/10/2017
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Augustine of Hippo used to say that what was concealed in the Old Testament is revealed in the New Testament and that is certainly true in case of the biblical doctrine of the Trinity. As we have discussed so far in the . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:37:59


Heidelcast 128: I Am That I Am (6)—The Trinity And The Covenant Of Redemption

12/4/2017
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I am excited to back behind the Heidelmic again and judging from the discussions I am seeing in print and online it looks like it is none too soon. James Dolezal has published an important new book, All That Is In God: . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:46:35


Heidelcast 127: I Am That I Am (5)—The Trinity

5/8/2017
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There strong indications in the Hebrew Scriptures that the God of the Bible is not only personal, but that he is multi-personal. In Genesis 1:1, Scripture says that Elohim (God) created the heavens and the earth. In the very next verse, however, . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:37:55


Heidelcast 127: I Am That I Am (5)—The Trinity

5/8/2017
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There strong indications in the Hebrew Scriptures that the God of the Bible is not only personal, but that he is multi-personal. In Genesis 1:1, Scripture says that Elohim (God) created the heavens and the earth. In the very next verse, however, . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:37:55


Heidelcast 126: I Am That I Am (4)—The Trinity

4/12/2017
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Traditionally, at this place in theology, we should address the divine attributes in relation to the divine being/essence. Otto Weber (1902–66) challenged this approach by arguing that because Scripture reveals God first of all as Triune and his attributes in the light . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:32:26


Heidelcast 126: I Am That I Am (4)—The Trinity

4/12/2017
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Traditionally, at this place in theology, we should address the divine attributes in relation to the divine being/essence. Otto Weber (1902–66) challenged this approach by arguing that because Scripture reveals God first of all as Triune and his attributes in the light . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:32:26


Heidelcast 125: I Am That I Am (3)—More On The Categorical Distinction

3/28/2017
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So far in this series we have been talking about what I call the categorical distinction, i.e., the Creator/creature distinction. At the 1518 Heidelberg Disputation Martin Luther unveiled what he called his theology of the cross, (theologia crucis) against what he described . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:39:31


Heidelcast 125: I Am That I Am (3)—More On The Categorical Distinction

3/28/2017
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So far in this series we have been talking about what I call the categorical distinction, i.e., the Creator/creature distinction. At the 1518 Heidelberg Disputation Martin Luther unveiled what he called his theology of the cross, (theologia crucis) against what he described . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:39:31


Heidelcast 124: I Am That I Am (2)—The Categorical Distinction

2/27/2017
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The Creator/creature distinction is fundamental to Christian theology. The Ancient Christian church defended it against the pagan doctrine of the eternality of matter. Scripture is very clear: “In the beginning God…”. On this point, the classical, confessional Reformed theologians built their distinction . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:39:58


Heidelcast 124: I Am That I Am (2)—The Categorical Distinction

2/27/2017
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The Creator/creature distinction is fundamental to Christian theology. The Ancient Christian church defended it against the pagan doctrine of the eternality of matter. Scripture is very clear: “In the beginning God…”. On this point, the classical, confessional Reformed theologians built their distinction . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:39:58


Heidelcast 123: I Am That I Am (1)—The Categorical Distinction

2/13/2017
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This is the 1st episode of our series on the doctrine of God, ““I AM That I AM.” In older histories of theology it used to be said of the Reformed that they started with the divine decree and deduced (i.e., drew . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:47:56


Heidelcast 123: I Am That I Am (1)—The Categorical Distinction

2/13/2017
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This is the 1st episode of our series on the doctrine of God, ““I AM That I AM.” In older histories of theology it used to be said of the Reformed that they started with the divine decree and deduced (i.e., drew . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:47:56


Heidelcast 122: Rise, Make For Us Gods (With Chris Gordon)

12/13/2016
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This past Lord’s Day morning we began the new week by hearing a sermon, an exposition of God’s Word and a proclamation of the law and the gospel. In our congregation we heard a sermon from the first part of Exodus 32. . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 01:11:03


Heidelcast 122: Rise, Make For Us Gods (With Chris Gordon)

12/13/2016
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This past Lord’s Day morning we began the new week by hearing a sermon, an exposition of God’s Word and a proclamation of the law and the gospel. In our congregation we heard a sermon from the first part of Exodus 32. . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 01:11:03


Heidelcast 121: I Will Be A God To You And To Your Children (15)

12/5/2016
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This is the 15th and final episode of our series, “I Will Be A God to You And to Your Children.” If you are just finding us, the series starts at episode 105. As we wrap up the series it seemed to . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 01:41:34


Heidelcast 121: I Will Be A God To You And To Your Children (15)

12/5/2016
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This is the 15th and final episode of our series, “I Will Be A God to You And to Your Children.” If you are just finding us, the series starts at episode 105. As we wrap up the series it seemed to . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 01:41:34


Heidelcast 120: D. G. Hart On H. L. Mencken

11/25/2016
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Henry Louis Mencken (1880-1956) was one of the most influential writers of the 1st half of the 20th century. He was a skeptic about religion but had a keen eye and a sharp tongue. It was he who described Sister Aimee’s religion . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:47:55


Heidelcast 120: D. G. Hart On H. L. Mencken

11/25/2016
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Henry Louis Mencken (1880-1956) was one of the most influential writers of the 1st half of the 20th century. He was a skeptic about religion but had a keen eye and a sharp tongue. It was he who described Sister Aimee’s religion . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:47:55


Heidelcast 119: I Will Be A God To You And To Your Children (14)

11/21/2016
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This series has really been about how to interpret Scripture. Christians study the same Bible, but we often read it differently. Sometimes we begin with different assumptions about the nature of things and authority. These different methods and starting points lead to . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:56:22


Heidelcast 119: I Will Be A God To You And To Your Children (14)

11/21/2016
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This series has really been about how to interpret Scripture. Christians study the same Bible, but we often read it differently. Sometimes we begin with different assumptions about the nature of things and authority. These different methods and starting points lead to . . . Continue reading →

Duration: 00:56:22

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