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3GT Episode 30: Keep the Sabbath Day Holy. But How?

Is the Sabbath now the first day of the week? Do you call it the Sabbath or the Lord’s Day? Can you have a “to-do” and “to-don’t” list without becoming legalistic about it? How do you rest on the Sabbath? How do you keep it like Jesus did? What do you do when you are asked to work on it? What if you are traveling and there’s no good church around? Are we more worried about legalism than obedience? And should you have a Sabbath bucket of toys like Kyle does? So many questions! Are there answers? Listen to 3GT and find out!

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https://threeguystheologizing.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/3gt-episode-30.mp3

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Introducing “Theology in View.” A New Video Blog By Yours Truly

So here we go.

I’m beginning a new project, one that involves much scribbling and theology.  Yes.  That’s right.  A video blog designed to communicate theology in a short, fresh, generally tasty, and slightly humorous fashion.

I have many topics I would like to cover, but as you can imagine, the process of coordinating voice to drawings is, well, not terribly easy.  So I hope to kick these out a couple times a month.  But no promises.  Some will be more theologically advanced (like the one here).  And some will be more elementary.  I will probably call them “Theology for Noobs.”

Naturally, I would covet any help you might toss my way, such as sharing the video on Facebook (or subscribing on YouTube).  To the degree that people find these enjoyable and helpful, to that same degree I will feel compelled to draw little Reformed stick men!

 

 

3GT Episode 27: A Strong Dose of Vitamin R

Kyle talks about his passion for church revitalization. Barry reminds him that church planters are the modern rock stars in the kingdom. But the Borgmeister trumps this suggestion by pulling out the apostolic card of revitalization, and then just has to mention the rural church. The guys tighten down on the Biblical call to being revived and keeping core things central. The connection between reviving pastors and reviving churches is explored. Pragmatism is warned against, while the place of pastor-coaches and prayer are discussed. Open wide and take your Vitamin R!

https://threeguystheologizing.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/3gt-episode27-12817-3-06-pm.mp3

3GT Episode 26: Technolatry

Barry the old guy is still uncomfortable with technology, especially when it looks like a pretty woman. Aaron and Kyle dodge the ball a bit at first, waxing philosophical about technology and warning about being  too Amish. But then Aaron starts tackling AI humanoids and the Turing Test. Kyle warns against the danger of the Tower of Babel mentality. Creators as well as consumers are warned. Movies like Ex Machina and Her get referenced. Can the Larger Catechism and the Ten Commandments save the day?

https://threeguystheologizing.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/3gt-episode26-12817-2-18-pm.mp3

Article: Chinese humanoid robot turns on the charm in Shanghai

3GT Episode 25: I Was Born a Ramblin’ Man

No, this episode is not about Kyle’s preaching. Rather, the guys have been on the road and explain their travels. Their wanderings take them to a discussion about the doctor of ministry degree and the importance of continuing education for pastors. And we rejoice that far from rambling, Kyle just celebrated a decade of settled marital bliss!

https://threeguystheologizing.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/3gt-episode25-12817-1-30-pm.mp3

An Assortment of Audio!

It’s been a good week in the world of podcasting.  Lots of juicy episodes and discussions.

Here are a few that just might interest you:

Policing is Racially Biased – Intelligence Squared Debates.  Listen in as four qualified people debate the question of discrimination in police activity.
Should Christians Embrace or Reject Theistic Evolution? – Unbelievable.  This is a very instructive debate.  Listen carefully to Mr. Alexander’s (the theistic evolutionist) theological rationale for suffering and evil.  It is truly incredible- which is to say incredibly weak.
An Evening with Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris (part one and two).  I believe that it is vitally important to hear and understand what the New Atheists are saying.  They continue to shape the minds of many Americans, especially the younger generation.  If we are not familiar with their way of thinking, we will not be prepared to intelligently engage it.

Some Recent Resources on Roman Catholicism

A few things that have recently come across my radar:

John 6 For Roman Catholics, James White.  Dr. White walks through John 6 slowly, demonstrating Rome’s over reading of the text.
Why I’m not Catholic, Steve Hays: A concise summation of some of the problems one ought to have with Roman Catholicism.
Debates with Roman Catholics, James White: Speaking of James White, he has spent a great deal of time debating and interacting with Roman Catholic apologists.  For a taste, check out his debate page.  Keep your eye out for White’s next debate on “Can Christians Lose Their Salvation?” with RC apologist Trent Horn.  That is scheduled for tomorrow.