Episode #6: Reading Assignment, Sabbath,and Creation
Episode #6 discusses the pros and cons of the weekly reading assignment in T. Desmond Alexander’s book From Paradise to the Promised Land. Two issues that surfaced in the assignment were the concept of a corrupted creation through man’s fall and keeping the Sabbath ordinance of the Old Testament. Reading recommendations related to these two issues included:
Episode #5: Author Highlight: O. Palmer Robertson
Today’s episode shines the spotlight on author O. Palmer Robertson. Robertson’s major works are introduced and then a full review is given of his two best books.
- Christ of the Prophets
- The Genesis of Sex
- The Israel of God
- The Christ of Wisdom
- The Christ of the Covenants (not recommended)
- The Current Justification Controversy (not recommended)
- The Final Word
- God’s People in the Wilderness
Episode #4: The Pentateuch, THe Garden, The Kingdom, and More
Episode #4 begins with some helpful reading practices, discusses last week's assigned reading, introduces some books that arrived in the mail, and opens a discussion topic on Calvinism. The largest portion of the episode features a discussion of the high points from chapters 7 & 8 of T. Desmond Alexander's "From Paradise to the Promised Land". Alexander's book is currently featured in the weekly reading assignments. There are also brief reviews and introductions to "Kingdom Come" by Sam Storms, "Paul Through Mediterranean Eyes" by Kenneth E. Bailey, "Drawing Water From The Wells Of Salvation"Doug Edward, "Practicing Proverbs" by Richard Mayhue, "Jesus the Sage" by Ben Witherington, "Seriously Dangerous Religion" by Iain Provan, "Elect in the Son" by Robert Shank, and "The Gospel Plan of Salvation" by T. W. Brents. If you have a favorite book to recommend on the topic of Calvinism, please send us the title and author's name to ChristianResearcher@gmail.com.
Episode #3: Reading GOals and Reviews
Today's episode features a discussion of New Year's resolution reading goals, reading strategies, a few brief reviews of Nathan's current reading material, and an invitation to join in a reading study through the Pentateuch.
Episode #2: Where we are Going
In today's episode we will discuss all of the different types of content you can expect to find in upcoming episodes including reading programs, book reviews, study recommendations, interviews, and much more.
Episode #1: Intro And Goals of the Podcast
Join us for our first episode and get to know us, our website (www.ChristianResearcher.com), and the goals we hope to accomplish through our podcast. Our main goal is to promote Bible knowledge by offering encouragement pointing listeners toward helpful resources and techniques. We're excited about this new endeavor and hope you will join us in our weekly journey.