Justin Buzzard talks about six principles from Scripture related to living out the Christian faith day by day in a place of work.
About three years ago, the Reformed quarters of the Internet were consumed with a fiery debate over the doctrine of the Trinity. Fast forward, and we find the Spin revisiting the topic today with Glenn Butner. He’s assistant professor of theology and Christian ministry at Sterling College, and author of The Son Who Learned Obedience: A Theological Case Against the Eternal Submission of the Son.
In his book, Glenn deals with the main question: Is Jesus in eternal submission to the Father, as the second divine Person of the Trinity? Or, was His submission only in His human life on earth, as a result of the incarnation? The topic is a critical one, for its implications can have a domino effect, knocking over a number of essential Christian doctrines.
Is there a problem in appealing to the doctrine of the Trinity to answer questions about the roles of husbands and wives? What roles do confessionalism and tradition play in this matter? You’re about to find out!
Council of Constantinople of 381 AD
Biblicism vs. Confessionalism
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In this episode, Tom and Jared discuss the perversion of human sexuality, review A Quest for Godliness by J.I. Packer and continue their study of God’s commandments. A Quest … More
On this episode, Daniel, Mo, Jesse, and Ben discuss impostor syndrome – the fear of not knowing enough and being discovered as a fraud in the field. We hope this episode will be an encouragement to technical folks everywhere who may have dealt with this at one time or another.
Don’t call them resolutions, lets just call them reasonable goals. Mike and Chris share their plans for 2019’s ground work, and why everything single thing is fair game.
Chapters: 00:01:28 Napper Radio 00:05:50 Some GREAT Feedback 00:44:40 The SWIFT White Flag 00:49:48 The Year of Structure 01:06:17 Bad Sleep = Bad Code 01:07:37 Mike’s 2019 Rust Plans 01:08:15 The Year of TDD 01:09:43 Final Thoughts
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Pastor John MacArthur joins Ben to discuss the intersection of the Bible and politics, the proper role of government, and the similarities and differences between Judaism and Christianity.
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Procrastination. We’ve all done it and we tell ourselves we’ll never do it again. Why do we procrastinate despite our best intentions not to?
It’s not just the implementation of Twitter and Facebook that are problematic — the mere concept of Social Media is fundamentally broken and flawed. And there’s no way to fix it.
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