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Best Dale Tuggy podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Dale Tuggy podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Restitutio is a Christian theology podcast designed to get you thinking about biblical theology, church history, and apologetics in an effort to recover the original Christian faith of Jesus and the apostles apart from all of the later traditions that settled on it like so much sediment, obscuring and mutating primitive Christianity into dogma and ritual. Pastor Sean Finnegan, the host of Restitutio, holds to a Berean approach to truth: that everyone should have an open mind, but check every ...
 
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In this episode I interact with a short video by Dr. William Lane Craig, and with a critique of it by Dr. James White. You’ll learn what they have in common as apologists, as well as what separates them. You’ll hear Dr. White distinguish between two things which might be meant by calling the Trinity “essential.” I explain why in my view “the Trinit…
 
Have you ever heard of Bethany Christian Services? They are a large Christian adoption agency in the USA and internationally, working hard to find good homes for babies. In this interview I visit my local branch in Latham, NY and speak with adoption specialist Renee Rogowski about how adoptions work. I’m so impressed by the work she does and how Be…
 
In this final part of his follow-up podcast pastor Sean Cole argues that in the New Testament the Son and the Spirit of God are as divine as is the Father. In his view the New Testament rather obviously implies that the one God is the Trinity. About the Son, he argues that in various passages he is called “God over all,” “our Great God and Savior,”…
 
How much control should Christian groups exercise over their people? Should people be free to research and diverge from past ways of thinking? In this interview, I talk with William Barlow who grew up in the Way International, but ran into problems when he started suggesting changes to the administrators at the Way Corps leadership training program…
 
After our December 2019 dialogue Dr. Cole followed up on his Understanding Christianity podcast, mounting some new arguments that according to the New Testament God is the Trinity. In this episode I start to evaluate these arguments. Pastor Cole particularly focuses on this famous text: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing the…
 
Last week John Truitt began discussing the theological framework of dispensationalism, especially the “mid-Acts dispensationalism” taught by the Way International. He pointed out some flaws that got his attention and made him explore the issue more deeply. In the course of his research, Truitt discovered another way of approaching scripture known a…
 
In the second half of our dialogue we start by discussing John 17:1-3. After Jesus had spoken these words, he looked up to heaven and said, “Father, the hour has come; glorify your Son so that the Son may glorify you, since you have given him authority over all people, to give eternal life to all whom you have given him. And this is eternal life, t…
 
Have you ever been on a long drive in the summer when you wore sunglasses for hours and hours? It’s getting dark and then suddenly you realize you’re still wearing sunglasses. You take them off and the whole world brightens and you realize it’s not nearly as dark as you thought? This is the nature of looking through a lens–it colors your perception…
 
In this first part of my dialogue with pastor Sean Cole, we introduce ourselves, offer brief opening statements, and then we discuss which Trinity theory he thinks is taught in scripture, and how we understand the famous first chapter of the gospel according to John. In his opening statement Dr. Cole essentially expresses some core convictions of c…
 
Are spiritual gifts available today or did they cease after the original apostles died? In this interview, I talk to Dr. Sam Storms about his own personal experience with speaking in tongues, his biblical case for why gifts are available today, and how he makes room for them in his church services. Before delving in, I want to just clarify some qui…
 
In this special episode of the trinities podcast current board members of the UCA discuss our vision for this new parachurch organization. Sean Finnegan, Kegan Chandler, Mark Cain and I discuss: our choice of name the UCA Affirmation, and why it’s so short what the UCA is and is not, and why it is not in competition with the various unitarian churc…
 
Today, we are publicly announcing the launch of a new para-church organization called the UCA or the Unitarian Christian Alliance. This is a new ministry that I’ve been working on with Dale Tuggy, Kegan Chandler, and Mark Cain for months and I believe it will help all of us, but especially those who don’t live near a church that allows for biblical…
 
This is part 6 of our Foreknowledge and Free Will series. Last time Dr. Sean Cole introduced the Calvinist understanding of God’s foreknowledge and the limitations on our freedom as a result of our fallen nature. This time I ask Cole about unconditional election and how that compares to a lottery. After all, if God has no conditions by which he dec…
 
This is part 5 of our Foreknowledge and Free Will series. We’ve considered Open Theism and Arminianism and now we are going to begin thinking about Calvinism. This way of conceiving of God’s foreknowledge argues for both exhaustive foreknowledge and meticulous providence. Thus, no one comes to Christ apart from God’s predestination since our nature…
 
This is part 4 of our Foreknowledge and Free Will series. Last time Dr. Leighton Flowers of the Soteriology101 podcast laid out his commitment to both God’s complete knowledge of all future events as well as humanity’s ability to freely choose. Rather than explaining philosophically how that is possible, he suggested that we do not need to know “ho…
 
Two of the four gospels contain accounts of Jesus’s birth. Does either of them portray Jesus as “becoming Incarnate” – in other words, having always been divine, he becomes human when Mary becomes pregnant with him? Do they teach that an eternal divine Person came to earth from heaven? That a divine nature “assumed a complete human nature, body and…
 
We are now in part 3 of our Foreknowledge and Free Will series. We’ve considered Open Theism–the idea that God’s foreknowledge is limited to what he plans to do as well as what he can ascertain from past and present conditions. In a couple of weeks we’ll examine Calvinism, which holds that God not only foreknows but also predestines all who will be…
 
In the middle of his discussion about whether Christians can eat food which has been sacrificed to pagan deities, Paul remarks: …yet for us there is one God, the Father, of whom the all and we for him, and one Lord, Jesus Christ, by whom the all and we through him. 1 Corinthians 8:6 Dr. Burgos argues that in the passage Paul is obviously attributin…
 
Why did Roman rulers and polemicists find early Christianity so alarming, rather than just another religion, like those of Rome’s many conquered peoples? In his new book Destroyer of the gods: Early Christian Distinctiveness in the Roman World (Baylor University Press, 2016), Dr. Larry Hurtado explores several ways in which this new Jesus-movement …
 
Last week we began our Foreknowledge and Freewill series with Dr. Dale Tuggy who gave us an overview of the various positions. He also commended Open Theism as a view that triumphs where others suffer from logical contradictions. Now, today in part two, Tuggy will further explore and defend Open Theism against a number of common critiques including…
 
In this 100th episode of the trinities podcast I talk with Dr. Hurtado about his book God in New Testament Theology. We discuss: the theocentric basis of New Testament christology what the New Testament adds to the theology of the Old Testament God as “Father” the way Christians view God in relation to Jesus whether we need to interact with God thr…
 
Today we are beginning an exciting new series on one of the most interesting ongoing controversies within Christian theology. Does God have exhaustive foreknowledge of the future? Does he know everything that is going to happen before it happens? If so, what does that mean for human free will? What are the various options within Christian theology …
 
Gratitude is a key to spiritually healthy living. We have so many reasons to be thankful, but in this message, I’d like to focus on just five: Thankful because God Commanded It Thankful for the Basics Thankful for the Family of God Thankful for God’s Attention Thankful for the Cross As God’s people, our lives should not look just the same as the wo…
 
We’ve had quite a number of folks commenting in on episode 299, my interview with Dr. Jerry Wierwille, called “Does the Bible Support Abortion“. That episode was very limited to focusing on a couple of texts relevant to building a Christian perspective on abortion. Essentially, we concluded, as on several previous episodes, that abortion-on-demand …
 
Are you sold out for God? Would you move to a foreign land if he called to the mission field? Well, Stan and Pam Chee of Australia have done just that. In this interview, they share about their lives of service to God and Christ. They grew up in Australia but have been serving in Toronto, Canada for the last decade. Of particular note is how they s…
 
Abortion has been and remains a hot-button issue in our culture at large and even within some corners of Christianity. In this episode Jerry Wierwille will explain the issues with the only biblical text that directly addresses this subject (Exodus 21.22-5). In addition to exegeting this confusing passage, Wierwille also draws on evidence from Psalm…
 
Scott Shay is an interesting man. He’s a succesful business man and banker who co-founded a bank in 2001. He even has a TEDx talk where he spoke on Wall Street on the theme, “More Banks, Fewer Problems.” However, he’s also an orthodox Jew who is passionate about his faith. In this interview we talk about his book, In Good Faith, including why he wr…
 
Jesus once said, “The queen of the South will rise up at the judgment with the men of this generation and condemn them, for she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon, and behold, something greater than Solomon is here” (Luke 11.31). In our wisdom series so far, we’ve looked at the wisdom of Solomon from Proverbs and Ecclesia…
 
Like Job, the book of Ecclesiastes wrestles with anomalies to the general principles of wisdom contained in much of the bible. Sometimes our world functions in chaotic and unpredictable ways. Sometimes the race is not won by the swift, nor the battle by the strong, nor bread harvested by the wise, nor riches acquired by the intelligent, nor favor g…
 
The Hebrew Bible contains different kinds of wisdom literature. For example, wise sayings in Proverbs typically express general principles, providing guidance for what to do when the world is working the way it’s supposed to. However, Job deals with just the opposite issue. What happens when you do everything right and still face extraordinary loss…
 
What is the book of Proverbs all about and what can this book teach you about wisdom? Join Jerry Wierwille as he leads you through Proverbs to gain key insights to be able to read it and benefit from it on your own. Proverbs are not merely cutesy clever sayings, but helpful insights into how to act in a given situation. Although you may think of th…
 
I’ve got a fascinating interview for you with Becket Cook. Now some of you may recognize his name from the interview I did with him two years ago (Interview 18). In that episode Cook shared his amazing testimony of how he went from a committed gay production set designer in Hollywood to experiencing God in a church service so deeply that it complet…
 
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