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It’s the Reformed Breakfastcast. Nick, Jim, and Scott settle the debate: When does winter start? Which is the superior breakfast meat: bacon, or sausage? And exactly how long does a while last? But then we dig in to the fifth petition of the Lord’s Prayer: “Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors”. What does it mean to forgive others? Are ju…
 
Jim, Scott, and Nick discuss the second petition of the Lord’s prayer: “Thy kingdom come”. On the block: Do we think all Jews will be converted to Christ near the end of the current age? What are the errors of theonomy, and Christian reconstructionism in particular? How does the state and church relate to one another in light of this question? How …
 
Nick and Scott talk about God the Father and the 26th QA of the Heidelberg Catechism: Q 26: What believest thou when thou sayest, “I believe in God the Father, Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth”? Answer: That the eternal Father of our Lord Jesus Christ (who of nothing made heaven and earth, with all that is in them; who likewise upholds and gover…
 
Jim and Nick talk about COVID-19 shutdowns of churches. Can the government actually tell us whether or not we are allowed to sing indoors? Can the government tell us whether or not to meet? The guys talk about their own churches’ response to the various shutdowns that have occurred. And also talk about wearing masks. Resources: https://www.monergis…
 
New Series! We’re taking the next few weeks to discuss the Lord’s Prayer, and how God’s Word instructs us to pray! Timestamps: 00:32 Scott Talk 03:36 Consider This! 06:48 Introduction to the Lord’s Prayer; Preface. Links/Resources: Subscribe to the Society of Reformed Podcasters Master Feed https://reformedpodcasts.com/ Check out our merch! https:/…
 
On the chopping block: Some of our favorite lesser-known books. Obscure confessions of faith we admire. Theological positions we changed. The origin of the soul (creationism vs traducianism), and what our positions are. What we miss about pre-COVID-19 world. Popeyes Chicken Sandwich is just so much better than Chick-Fil-A’s. Eschatology (premil, am…
 
Lots of Scott Talk in this one, folks! Jordan reads an angry rant directed to co-host Nick about an extremely important subject. Jim reviews the first fifteen minutes of Tiger King. The Pilgrims are back on track to discuss God’s attributes. On the block for today is “Anthropomorphic”. What do we mean when we say that God is anthropomorphic? Does G…
 
The Pilgrims continue to discuss the impact of Coronavirus on church-life, this time with special visitor Erik Meyers, Nick’s elder and pastor of Veritas Church in Roseville, CA. We tackle some pastoral questions, and get things from a pastor’s perspective this time around. Timeline: 00:36 Introduction 01:12 Introducing Pastor Erik Meyers 04:20 Con…
 
REPOSTED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC The Pilgrims get together to talk about a much-needed and oft-neglected practice: Family worship. We talk about distinctions between family, individual, and corporate worship, as well as give some examples and resources on how to better commit to praising the Lord deliberately in the house daily — and last but n…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! The Pilgrims are back after a short break, and back on to talk about “God is love”. What does it mean that God is love? Scripturally what does scripture tell us about God’s love? How should we respond as believers? Do the reformed confessions have anything to say about God’s love? Questions like these and more discussed in this …
 
Nick hangs out with Blake and Justin, co-hosts of new podcast Distilling Theology. They talk about personal developments in theology, podcasting, the Reformed Pub, dad jokes, and whiskey. It’s a bit of an informal hangout, and shenanigans definitely ensue. Check out Distilling Theology at http://distillingtheology.com/ ! Reformed Pilgrims has merch…
 
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