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Theology In Particular is a podcast about theology and the church from a confessional reformed baptist perspective. We will discuss a variety of theological topics, biblical texts and even do a few books reviews along the way. A podcast by IRBS.
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In Episode 140 of Theology In Particular I’m joined by Dr. Ryan Davidson to discuss Dr. Michael Emlet’s book, Descriptions And Prescriptions. In this short book, Dr. Emlet presents a balanced and Biblical perspective on psychiatric diagnoses and medications. It is required reading in Dr. Davidson's Pastoral Counseling class, and we are pleased to recommend it to you today.    Contact:For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to irbsseminary.org. For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at tip@irbsseminary.org.  Links: Book: Descriptions And Prescriptions, Michael R. Emlet Announcements:Confessing The Faith ConferenceDates: April 26 - 27, 2024 Location: Free Reformed Church, Chilliwack, British Columbia Topic: Chapter 1 of the Second London Confession, Of The Holy Scriptures Speakers: Drs. James Renihan and Richard Barcellos Information And Registration: confessingthefaith.ca/ IRBS 25-Year Anniversary Celebration Dates: May 16 - 18, 2024 Location: Mansfield, Texas Schedule: Banquet - Thursday, May 16, 7PM; Faculty Conference - Friday, May 17, 10AM-2PM; Class Of 2024 Commencement Ceremony - Saturday, May 18, 10AM. Conference Speakers: James Renihan, Richard Barcellos, Ryan Davidson, Charles Rennie Topic: The Five Solas Of The Reformation Register for the banquet at Eventbrite.com. For more information, go to irbsseminary.org. Building Tomorrow's Church Conference What: The 16th Building Tomorrow’s Church conference is a 3-day conference of teaching and preaching on the theme “The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit” with speakers Jason Montgomery, Steve Meister, and J.V. Fesko. Also included with registration are lunches and dinners, a conference t-shirt from Righteous Wretch apparel, access to vendors, book deals, and all-day coffee from family-owned Coronado Coffee. Who: BTC is a conference for Christians of all ages. It’s especially aimed at encouraging those in reformed, confessional churches to grow and continue in their love for Christ by loving his bride, the church. BTC is sponsored in part by International Reformed Baptist Seminary. When: June 6, 7, & 8 (Thursday afternoon - Saturday mid-day) Were: At the host church, Grace Covenant Church, in Gilbert, Arizona (about 30 min drive from downtown Phoenix) How: Register online at buildingtomorrowschurch.com. General registration is $130/person and is open through the end of March. BTC still has room for a few additional sponsors. To find out more about sponsoring, email buildingtomorrowschurch@gmail.com. Speakers: Dr. Jason Montgomery, Pastor at Christ Covenant Reformed Baptist Church & Adjunct Professor of Church History at IRBS; Dr. JV Fesko, Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson; Pastor Steve Meister, Pastor at Immanuel Baptist Church in Sacramento, CA  
In Episode 139 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. James Renihan to respond to two questions put forward by listeners. One has to do with baptism and the language we use to talk about it, and the other has to do with a difficult-to-understand phrase found in Second London Confession 22.4. We hope you enjoy and are edified! Contact: For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to irbsseminary.org. For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at tip@irbsseminary.org.  Announcements:Confessing The Faith Conference Dates: April 26 - 27, 2024 Location: Free Reformed Church, Chilliwack, British Columbia Topic: Chapter 1 of the Second London Confession, Of The Holy Scriptures Speakers: Drs. James Renihan and Richard Barcellos Information And Registration: confessingthefaith.ca/ IRBS 25-Year Anniversary Celebration Dates: May 16 - 18, 2024 Location: Mansfield, Texas Schedule: Banquet - Thursday, May 16, 7PM; Faculty Conference - Friday, May 17, 10AM-2PM; Class Of 2024 Commencement Ceremony - Saturday, May 18, 10AM. Conference Speakers: James Renihan, Richard Barcellos, Ryan Davidson, Charles Rennie Topic: The Five Solas Of The Reformation Register for the banquet at Eventbrite.com. For more information, go to irbsseminary.org. Building Tomorrow's Church Conference What: The 16th Building Tomorrow’s Church conference is a 3-day conference of teaching and preaching on the theme “The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit” with speakers Jason Montgomery, Steve Meister, and J.V. Fesko. Also included with registration are lunches and dinners, a conference t-shirt from Righteous Wretch apparel, access to vendors, book deals, and all-day coffee from family-owned Coronado Coffee. Who: BTC is a conference for Christians of all ages. It’s especially aimed at encouraging those in reformed, confessional churches to grow and continue in their love for Christ by loving his bride, the church. BTC is sponsored in part by International Reformed Baptist Seminary. When: June 6, 7, & 8 (Thursday afternoon - Saturday mid-day) Were: At the host church, Grace Covenant Church, in Gilbert, Arizona (about 30 min drive from downtown Phoenix) How: Register online at buildingtomorrowschurch.com. General registration is $130/person and is open through the end of March. BTC still has room for a few additional sponsors. To find out more about sponsoring, email buildingtomorrowschurch@gmail.com. Speakers: Dr. Jason Montgomery, Pastor at Christ Covenant Reformed Baptist Church & Adjunct Professor of Church History at IRBS; Dr. JV Fesko, Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson; Pastor Steve Meister, Pastor at Immanuel Baptist Church in Sacramento, CA
In Episode 138 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. James Renihan to read and discuss excerpts from a few lesser-known Particular Baptist authors. Not only is the content of these excerpts interesting, but it is also helpful to be exposed to these relatively obscure writers and their work.  Links: Article: Abraham Cheare: The Bunyan Of Plymouth, Jeff Robinson Website: Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership  Contact: For information about International Reformed Baptist Seminary, go to irbsseminary.org. For feedback, questions, or suggestions, email Joe Anady at tip@irbsseminary.org.
In Episode 137 of Theology In Particular I’m joined by Dr. Richard Barcellos to discuss his upcoming class on Biblical Theology. I always enjoy chatting with Rich. I hope you enjoy listening in on our conversation.  Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org
In Episode 136 of Theology In Particular, Pastor Michael Prodigalidad joins me to discuss pastoral administration. I trust that pastors will benefit from this conversation. I also believe that this topic should be of interest to all Christians. One, it is good for Christians to be mindful and prayerful concerning the demands faced by their pastors. Two, all Christians face administrative challenges of their own and should strive to be faithful. We hope this conversation will be encouraging to you in some way. Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org
In Episode 135 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Professor Charles Rennie to discuss the spiritual theology of Augustine. We focus especially on Augustine’s work, The Confessions.   
In Episode 134 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined once again by Dr. Kenneth Puls to discuss music. In episode 133 we focused on music in general. In this episode, we turn our attention to music in the church. We hope you enjoy and are encouraged!
In Episode 133 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. Kenneth Puls to discuss music. This will be the first in a series of episodes on the subject of music. First, we discuss music in creation. In future episodes, we will discuss music in the church.  Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org  
In Episode 132 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. Timothy Decker to discuss his recently published book, A Revolutionary Reading Of Romans 13. In this conversation, Dr. Decker provides us with a sweeping overview of his book. We address some particulars near the end. I suspect we will be returning to this topic in the future to address certain topics in a more focused way.  Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org
In Episode 131 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. James Renihan to talk about preaching the Psalms. This is part 2 of a 2 part series.   Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org
In Episode 130 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. James Renihan to talk about preaching the Psalms. This is part 1 of a 2 part series.   Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org
In Episode 129 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Drs. Samuel and James Renihan to talk about An Orthodox Catechism, edited by Hercules Collins.     Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org
In Episode 128 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined again by Dr. James Renihan to continue our discussion about different approaches to Bible reading. In the previous episodes, we talked about reading the Scriptures redemptive-historically and ethically. In this episode, we discuss the theological reading of Scripture. Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org Recommended Resources: Bible Reading Plans For 2024 from Ligonier Ministries  
In Episode 127 of Theology In Particular, I’m joined by Dr. James Renihan to continue our discussion about different approaches to Bible reading. In the previous episode, we talked about the chronological, or redemptive-historical reading of Scripture. In this episode, we discuss the ethical reading of Scripture.   Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org   Recommended Resources: Bible Reading Plans For 2024 from Ligonier Ministries  
In Episode 126 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Renihan joins me to discuss different approaches to Bible reading. This is the first of three episodes on this subject. In this first episode we talk about the importance of reading the Bible chronologically, or redemptive historically.    Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org   Recommended Resources: Bible Reading Plans For 2024 from Ligonier Ministries  
In Episode 125 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Dolezal joins me to talk about the incarnation, especially the manner of the Word’s assumption of a human nature. Two episodes will be devoted to this subject. In the first, Dr. Dolezal warns against two flawed ways of speaking about the Son’s assumption of a human nature (nothing was subtracted from or added to the person of the Son). The second is a positive proposal of how to think and speak more accurately concerning the mystery of the incarnation.   Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org   Recommended Resources: Journal Article: Neither Subtraction, Nor Addition: The Word’s Terminative Assumption of a Human Nature, by James E. Dolezal
In Episode 124 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Dolezal joins me to talk about the incarnation, especially the manner of the Word’s assumption of a human nature. Two episodes will be devoted to this subject. In the first, Dr. Dolezal warns against two flawed ways of speaking about the Son’s assumption of a human nature (nothing was subtracted from or added to the person of the Son). The second is a positive proposal of how to think and speak more accurately concerning the mystery of the incarnation. Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org Recommended Resources: Journal Article: Neither Subtraction, Nor Addition: The Word’s Terminative Assumption of a Human Nature, by James E. Dolezal
In Episode 123 of Theology In Particular, Dr. Jason Montgomery returns to talk about the Patristic Era. Here we focus on the persecution of the church leading up to the time of Constantine and the privileged position that was given to the church in Roman society under his rule.   Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org   Recommended Resources: Primary Readings: Eusebius, Ecclesiastical History (Books 6-7 will address the persecution under Decius and Valerian. Books 8-10 will address the Great Persecution under Diocletian and company.) Eusebius, The Life of Constantine (Hagiography in the Early Church; Both of these by Eusebius are in the NPNF, Vol 1) Lactantius, Of The Manner In Which The Persecutors Died (In the ANF, Vol 7, 301) David Gwynn, Christianity In The Later Roman Empire: A Sourcebook Secondary Sources: W. H. C. Frend, The Rise of Christianity (Chapter 9: Struggle and Advance; Chapter 13: The Age of Diocletian; Chapter 14: The Constantinian Revolution) Bruce Shelley, Church History In Plain Language (Chapters 4 and 9 are helpful) Philip Jenkins, The Lost History
In Episode 122 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Renihan joins me to encourage Christlike, peaceable behavior towards others - an exhortation sorely needed in our day.  Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org
In Episode 121 of Theology In Particular, Dr. James Renihan joins me to talk about the importance of gratitude in the Christian life and to give thanks to God for the mercy he has shown to us in Christ Jesus.  Recommended Resources: The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment, by Jeremiah Burroughs (you can find digital versions of this book for free online) Links: International Reformed Baptist Seminary: irbsseminary.org If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, please email Joe at: tip@irbsseminary.org
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Jake Veliz

Great episode! I’m looking to learn and study the Pslams more and this was a huge help.

Jul 21st
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