Best Johnwesley podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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Remonstrance
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Remonstrance is a podcast dedicated to Wesleyan-Arminian Reformation. On the show we will talk about theology from a Wesleyan-Arminian perspective. We will discuss theological topics such as soteriology, sovereignty, providence, theodicy, foreknowledge, pneumatology, eschatology, and church history. Interested in finding out about what Wesleyan-Arminian Theology actually is? Then grab a cup of coffee, download, subscribe, and join #Remonstrance.
 
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FWS Podcast
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A podcast dedicated to the spread of Biblical Wesleyan theology. FWS Podcast is a ministry of the Fundamental Wesleyan Society, a society that publishes an assortment of books, audio resources, and conducts seminars on Wesleyan theology and history. For more information on the FWS please visit www.fwponline.cc
 
This is a nerdy, funny, informative show featuring Maggie Ulmer, Scott Kisker, and David F. Watson. We love to talk about all things Christian, and especially Methodist and Wesleyan. We're particularly interested in the work of God today through the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and the ways in which God is renewing the church all over the world. If you're into theology, Bible, evangelism, or Christian ministry, or you just want to know more about the way Jesus is changing lives through power an ...
 
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In this episode we will continue discussing the very important (and controversial) topic of falling away or Christian apostasy. This time we will briefly discuss the views of John Wesley primarily using Thomas C. Oden's book "John Wesley's Teaching Volume 2: Christ and Salvation." We then talk about the similarities between the views of Wesley ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Vic Reasoner presents the first part of his teaching on ten principles of biblical interpretations.
 
In this episode we will begin discussing the very important (and controversial) topic of falling away or Christian apostasy. We will begin by discussing the recent public denial of the faith by the popular author Joshua Harris. We will then discuss how a Christian should respond to another believer falling away from the faith. What is a helpful ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Vic Reasoner continues to discuss Biblical Criticism.
 
In this episode we will continue to discuss the very important doctrine of Prevenient Grace. We will begin by sharing and discussing biblical support for the doctrine. There is actually a lot throughout the whole Bible. We will then talk about the subtle but very important differences between Semi-Augustinianism and Soft Semi-Augustinianism. We ...…
 
In this episode we will begin to discuss the very important doctrine of Prevenient Grace. This doctrine separates Wesleyan-Arminian theology from all forms of Pelagianism and Reformed theology. We will begin by defining Prevenient Grace with help from Thomas Oden. Then we will discuss an article by Andrew Dragos from Seedbed. We will talk about ...…
 
Dr. Rosario Picardo joins us to talk about his new book, Don't Look Down: Answering Jesus' Call to Walk on Water. We also talk about successful church planting and life at United Theological Seminary.By David F. Watson.
 
In this episode Dr. Vic Reasoner begins to discuss Biblical Criticism.
 
In this episode Dr. Vic Reasoner concludes his discussion of the Historical-Critical Method of biblical interpretation.
 
In this episode Dr. Vic Reasoner will begin to discuss the Historical-Critical Method of biblical interpretation.
 
In this series of episodes we will be discussing the Synod of Dort again along with the events that followed it. To do this we will continue reading through portions of an article by Kevin D. Young titled, "The Four Hundred Year Flower: Arminius, Dort, and the Battle for Grace" published on Desiring God. In this episode we will be discussing ho ...…
 
The PT crew talks with Adria Nuñez, who, along with her husband, Rev. Guillermo Leon Mighthy, pastors Central Havana Methodist Church in Cuba. The Cuban Methodist Church is in the midst of a Spirit-filled revival, and Adria talks to us about some of the great things they've experienced there, including the growth of their own congregation from ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Vic Reasoner will conclude his review of the four methods of biblical interpretation.
 
In this series of episodes we will be discussing the Synod of Dort again along with the events that led up to it. To do this we will be reading through portions of an article by Kevin D. Young titled, "The Four Hundred Year Flower: Arminius, Dort, and the Battle for Grace" published on Desiring God. We will be discussing what DeYoung got right ...…
 
In this episode Dr. Vic Reasoner will begin to review the four methods of biblical interpretation.
 
Dr. Jerry Kulah is Dean of the Graduate Program at the United Methodist University in Liberia. He is also the head of the UMC Africa Initiative, and one of United Methodism's most influential leaders. In this interview we talk with him about his life story, the church in Africa, and the power of God to change lives.…
 
In this episode Dr. Vic Reasoner will continue a series of lectures on the Principles of Biblical Interpretation (Hermeneutics). This lecture is the second of two that focus on the nature of the Bible.
 
In this episode we will continue to discuss the theme of "Optimism of Grace" in the theology of John Wesley. Our specific focus is how having an optimism of grace has a significant impact on many areas of the Christian life. This is true of evangelism, social justice, and sanctification. In this episode we receive help from Fred Sanders and an ...…
 
You guessed it: we're talking about Pentecost. (Shocking, yes.) We're dropping this episode a little early in case any preachers preparing sermons might find it helpful.By David F. Watson.
 
In this episode Dr. Vic Reasoner will begin a series of lectures on the Principles of Biblical Interpretation (Hermeneutics). This lecture is the first of two that focus on the nature of the Bible.
 
In this episode we will begin to discuss the theme of "Optimism of Grace" in the theology of John Wesley. It is clear that this theme runs through all aspects of the theology of Wesley. This goes for Atonement, Soteriology, and Eschatology. We will receive help from Henry H. Knight III and his books "Anticipating Heaven Below." We also discuss ...…
 
John Wesley preached a balanced mix of God's judgment and love. In this episode, David looks at how Wesley talked about the return of Christ, the final judgment, and the new creation.By David F. Watson.
 
This is an interview with Dr. Vic Reasoner about his forthcoming commentary on the Book of Ephesians. The commentary will be published by Fundamental Wesleyan Publishers. If you are interested in the commentary please visit the FWS website at http://www.fwponline.cc or contact Dr. Reasoner directly victorpau@aol.com…
 
This is an interview with author Joseph D. McPherson from the Fundamental Wesleyan Society. Joseph has written numerous books that have been published by the FWS including "Just as New as Christianity: An Early Methodist Critique of Modern Holiness Teaching," and "Exploring Early Methodism: Discoveries of Historical and Spiritual Value." Don't ...…
 
How do the laws of the Old Testament apply to Christians today? In this episode Scott takes us on a ten-minute tour of the Wesleyan understanding of the relationship between law and grace.By David F. Watson.
 
In this episode the PT crew takes a critical look at a New York Times article by philosopher Peter Atterton called "A God Problem." https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/25/opinion/-philosophy-god-omniscience.htmlBy David F. Watson.
 
This is a lecture by Pastor Mark Horton on the topic of Class Meetings and Wesleyan Discipleship. The lecture was presented at the 2018 FWS Conference.
 
In this installment of PT shorts, David discusses John Wesley's cautions about money and instructions on its proper use, especially in his eighth discourse on the Sermon on the Mount.By David F. Watson.
 
Early Methodist worship was soaked in Scripture, in keeping with the Wesleys' intention. In this episode, David talks briefly about early Methodist practices of reading Scripture and the goal of facilitating personal and social holiness.By David F. Watson.
 
Christ is risen! The gang's all here to talk about Christ's ultimate triumph over sin and death and what the resurrection means for the Christian life.By David F. Watson.
 
In this episode, we talk about the theological significance of Good Friday and get into some incredibly clear an not-at-all-confusing conversation about atonement.By David F. Watson.
 
This is the second part of a lecture by Dr. Chris Bounds on the theology of revival. This lecture was presented at the 2018 FWS Conference.
 
In this episode we have the opportunity to sit down with Dr. William Sillings who is the General Superintendent of the International Fellowship of Bible Churches (IFBC). Both Vin and Ben are ordained Elders (pastors) in the IFBC and the church plant they serve is an IFBC church. In this interview Dr. Sillings shares briefly about the history of ...…
 
This is the first part of a lecture by Dr. Chris Bounds on the theology of revival. This lecture was presented at the 2018 FWS Conference.
 
John Wesley believed that the gifts of the Spirit described in 1 Corinthians 12 and Romans 12 were available to believers of all ages. Occasionally he preached or wrote on this topic. Nevertheless, he held, the gifts became far less common after the third century. Find out why in this episode.By David F. Watson.
 
This lecture by Dr. Vic Reasoner is titled, "What Is a Wesleyan?" It was presented at the 2018 FWS Conference.
 
John Wesley was deeply opposed to slavery, as his "Thoughts Upon Slavery" makes abundantly clear. Nevertheless, he doesn't always deal directly with passages of Scripture that were often used in support of slavery. He most likely read these passages in light of the "general tenor" of Scripture, which allowed him to express staunch opposition to ...…
 
We recorded our first podcast in front of a live audience at the 2019 Spirit and Truth Conference at Stillwater UMC in Dayton, Ohio. At this event, we talked about the future of the global Methodist movement, and how we got where we are today in The United Methodist Church.By David F. Watson.
 
This is the final part of a roundtable discussion held with members of the Fundamental Wesleyans Society at the 2018 Conference.
 
In this episode we will continue to discuss the crisis of biblical authority in the broader methodist movement. This time we will actually talk about the Wesleyan Quadrilateral. We will begin by defining the Quadrilateral and then discuss what is good about it and what is dangerous about it. One very interesting thing to note is how Albert Outl ...…
 
John Wesley agreed with his friend George Whitefield on many things, but one topic on which they sharply disagreed was individual predestination. Wesley was an Arminian. Whitefield was a Calvinist. Wesley's sermon "Free Grace" shows how strong were his feelings about the matter. This rejection of individual predestination and the affirmation of ...…
 
This is the first part of a roundtable discussion held with members of the Fundamental Wesleyans Society at the 2018 FWS Conference.
 
In this episode we will begin to discuss the crisis of biblical authority in the broader methodist movement. We will begin by talking about the United Methodist Church Special Session of the General Conference 2019 and the decision regarding LGBT marriage and ordination. We will then move on to discuss what led to all of this. We would suggest ...…
 
Frank and Peggi Billman share a story of heartache and redemption as they relate their son's struggle with drug addiction and the overcoming of addiction with God's help. Today, their son Luke is about to become a United Methodist local pastor, but it's been a long road getting there.
 
This is a lecture presented by Dr. Russell Frazier at the 2012 FWS Conference. Dr. Frazier is the author of the book "True Christianity: The Doctrine of Dispensations in the Thought of John William Fletcher." The paper he presented at the conference is titled, "The Doctrine of Accommodation in the Theology of John William Fletcher."…
 
John Wesley understood Scripture as an indispensable resource for Christian formation. In the preface to his Explanatory Notes Upon the Old Testament, he offered several practical suggestions on how to read Scripture so as to grow in faith. David looks at Wesley's instructions for reading Scripture in another episode of PT Shorts.…
 
This is the second part of a lecture by Dr. Kenneth J. Collins on the systematic nature of John Wesley's theology.
 
For John Wesley, Scripture was a means by which we could receive the preventing, justifying, and sanctifying grace of God. David explores this idea in another edition of PT Shorts.By David F. Watson.
 
The fourth of our brief recaps of the 2019 General Conference of The United Methodist Church.By David F. Watson.
 
The third of our brief recaps of the 2019 General Conference of The United Methodist Church.By David F. Watson.
 
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