Tyler and Laramie spend some time recapping their previous discussion on the doctrines of grace and tackle the heavily debated and discussed topic of limited atonement. What is atonement? How is it limited? Why does God “limit” his atonement? This is a very heavy topic and they seek to honor Christ with their discussion on this beautiful doctrine.
Tyler and Laramie begin a little series discussing the doctrines of grace. We try and keep it simple, practical and scriptural. If you’re unfamiliar with the terms, it’s okay. Listen in and search the scriptures for yourself. We pray it’s a blessing for you.
Today Laramie gives us some brief insight into his personal life lately, gives an abortion debate update and then spends the rest of the time speaking on Pro. 18:2 & 13. God has called us to hear and understand before speaking. What does this mean and how has he failed doing this in his own life. Our prayer is that this is beneficial for you.
Tyler is headed to summer camp to be the preacher for the week with a couple hundred kids. Laramie decides to throw on his interviewer hat and attempts to use his radio skills to set the tone for this discussion on non-negotiables when sending our kids to summer camps and what should the parents be doing the week the kids are gone. We pray this is a blessing to you.
Join us this week as we receive Luke Walker’s “He Gave Them Judges: Jesus in the book of Judges”. This was a really insightful book on how we see Christ in the book of Judges. We pray it’s helpful for you as you continue your journey studying God’s word.
I hope you have been enjoying your holiday week. We, here at The Practical Theologian studios, took Monday off as well. That being said, look forward to another podcast episode next Tuesday morning.
After taking some suggestions on commonly misunderstood passages, Laramie and Tyler take on Matthew 18. “Where two or three are gathered together in My name.” What on earth is it talking about? Very quickly we discover that the context is that of Church Discipline, so yes, it is a heavier episode. I hope that we help people think through this passage and give glory to God.
Tyler and Laramie do a read through of Philippians 1, and they discuss what Paul meant when he talked about having joy in the midst of Trials. Paul expresses very clearing what living for Christ looks like, and what it means to walk according to God’s promises. We pray the discussion is edifying.
Tyler and Laramie catch up and discuss some of their upcoming events, trips, and plans for the future. Some news of things in the work, and a brief discussion on Incrementalism.