Monthly Archives: July 2009

Sermons on Ephesians

Download Ephesians: The Prosperity Gospel, Part I – from service on 07.12.2009 Sermon, Uri Brito, “Ephesians: The Prosperity Gospel, Part I”, Ephesians 1:3-14 Download Ephesians: A United Humanity in Christ, Part II – from service on 07.19.2009 Sermon, Uri Brito, … Continue reading

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Obama’s Practical Atheism w/ Rev. Paul Michael Raymond

Pastor Paul Michael Raymond joined us at Trinity Talk for a special episode. We discussed the atheistic presuppositions of Barack Obama and other important questions related to politics. Rev. Paul Michael Raymond Article: Revolution, Change and the Presuppositionalism of Barack … Continue reading

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Rushdoony, Quote

The necessity of our day is not political action but a return to a Biblical faith.–R.J. Rushdoony

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New Sermons and Lectures at

There are several new sermons and lectures from Providence Church at My first three sermons on Ephesians are available as well as James Jordan’s first nine lectures on Biblical Exodus themes are available.

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Interview with Michael Owens on Psalm Singing

This Monday we had Mr. Michael Owens join us at Trinity Talk. Michael did a splendid job in giving us a thorough overview of the Genevan Psalter and Psalm singing in the church. Here are some of the links mentioned … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter

Psalm 98

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Postmillennialism: A Victorious Eschatology, Terminus

Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V Part VI Part VII In this final article, I would like to list some (not exhaustive) characteristics of postmillennial thinkers. Certainly all eschatological positions may share these characteristics, but my … Continue reading

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Summary of Ephesians

My study through Ephesians leads me one simple conclusion. This is a conclusion reached by James Jordan long before N.T. Wright ever came into the scene. Ephesians teaches that the gospel is much greater than individual salvation or forgiveness (though … Continue reading

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Back Home…

I was not able to stay for the last two days of the BH Conference. Nevertheless, it was joy to get to know some of the speakers. I wish critics had a chance to spend a day with Peter Leithart. … Continue reading

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Biblical Horizons’ Conference 2009, Day 3

I came in during Leithart’s excellent talk on Leviticus 18, which served as another demonstration of my lack of knowledge on Leviticus. Peter focused primarily on the sexual prohibitions. Jeff Meyers followed on Luke explaining–among other things–that Reformed people need … Continue reading

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Biblical Horizons’ Conference 2009, Day 2

It has been a great joy thus far to be here at the BH Conference in Valparaiso. I’ve had a chance to see some old friends and meet some new friends as well. One of my greatest delights has been … Continue reading

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Biblical Horizons’ Conference 2009, Day 1

We had a wonderful Vesper’s Service in Valparaiso. It is the official start to the BH Conference 2009. Jim Jordan led us through through a litany of prayers and chants of the Beatitudes and the Psalter. This was followed by … Continue reading

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Randy Booth on the Life and Legacy of Greg Bahnsen

On this program, we interviewed Rev. Randy Booth. We discussed the legacy of the late Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen. Pastor Randy Booth has been an ordained minister for 25 years. He is the director of Covenant Media Foundation, and is … Continue reading

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Pastoral Thoughts on Worship

Psalm 23 is the fearful picture of the Shepherd Warrior/King. It is fearful only for those outside covenant with God, but it is pure comfort for those in covenant with Yahweh. For some of us who have never been in … Continue reading

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Postmillennialism: A Victorious Eschatology, Part VII

Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V Part VI In our first study we argued that church history provides no definitive position on eschatology. Even to this day, though Dispensational Premillennialism is the predominant position, the evangelical … Continue reading

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General Thoughts on Eschatology

At Trinity Talk, we have had a few guests discuss eschatology with us. Yesterday we had Gary Demar discussing his book Last Days Madness. The book was a paradigm shifter for me some years ago. It was a sort of … Continue reading

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Star War Fans…

{HT: Brian Nolder}

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Dr. Gary Demar on “Last Days Madness”

Who is Gary DeMar? Gary is a graduate of Western Michigan University (1973) and earned his M.Div. at Reformed Theological Seminary in 1979. In 2007, he earned his Ph.D. in Christian Intellectual History from Whitefield Theological Seminary. Author of countless … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter

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Postmillennialism: A Victorious Eschatology, Part VI

Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V Daniel 2 & 7 Daniel 2 & 7 are very important chapters in the eschatology debate. They are picked up by our Lord in his kingdom parables in Matthew 13. … Continue reading

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Pentecost Season: Shepherding the Wind; Ecclesiastes 1:12-18

SERMON AUDIO Prayer: Our Lord Christ, in You are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. We pray that the word of Christ would dwell in us richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and … Continue reading

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What to say to a celebrity?

Gary North has always fascinated me. His writing style has influenced me greatly. Before I read Gary, I cared little about footnotes. After I read Gary, a typical 10 page paper will have an average of 3 footnotes per page. … Continue reading

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Presuppositional Apologetics by Greg Bahnsen

Coming soon… Presuppositional Apologetics: Stated and Defended, Greg L. Bahnsen Hardback, 289 pages

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World’s Oldest Bible

LONDON – The surviving pages of the world’s oldest Christian Bible have been reunited — digitally. The early work known as the Codex Sinaiticus has been housed in four separate locations across the world for more than 150 years. But … Continue reading

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4th of July Prayer

I waited patiently for the Lord; he inclined to me and heard my cry. Our Gracious, Merciful and Glorious God: Father, Son and Spirit: The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness of it. All Glory belongs to You in … Continue reading

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Links on N.T. Wright

Surprised by Hope by N.T. Wright N.T. Wright on Nightline discusses Heaven Heaven is Not our Home: An Interview with N.T. Wright Douglas Wilson’s critique of Wright’s Economic Theories

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Trinity Talk Discusses Surprised By Hope by N.T. Wright

45 minutes of discussion of N.T. Wright’s Surprised by Hope.

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Saturday Psalter

Psalm 98, Goudimel homophony, Book of Praise 1984 Psalm 98 Audio by Michael Owens

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Dawkins and Education

Note: This is part of a weekly note sent to members of Providence Church. Richard Dawkins–the militant anti-christian atheist–declared that he is starting a summer retreat. What will they learn at this retreat? They will mix tug of war with … Continue reading

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The Apologus Show: Palin’s Resignation

On today’s show, I focused mostly on Sarah Palin’s resignation and the influence of neo-conservatism in destroying the Republican Party. SHOW AUDIO. Leave a comment.

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