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The Antithesis exists to clarify the difference Christianity and every system, worldview, and religion. Armed with a big vision of God and a passion for divine grace, we help listeners to understand sound biblical doctrine and to distinguish it from ideologies that seek to take us captive (Colossians 2:8). Our burden is defensive but also offensive: we seek the destruction of intellectual and behavioral strongholds in order that we would taste the joy of a mind set free by Christ (2 Corinthi ...
 
Dr. Jason DeRouchie (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is a churchman and Research Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is a passionate teacher driven to exalt Jesus from the Old Testament and to help Christians better grasp why the initial three-fourths of the Bible matters for Christians.
 
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I originally gave this presentation to college students. In it, I overview the concepts and literature pertinent to wisdom in the OT. To this end, I consider wisdom's foundational principles, definition, and types and formats. I then provide different examples of interpreting wisdom literature by considering a dialogue (Job 1-2), a couple of monolo…
 
This is the second of a two-part lecture series on Zephaniah's message and lasting significance. My goal in this lecture is twofold: (1) Overview the charge to wait for the Lord (3:8–10) and the promises Zephaniah uses to motivate waiting (3:11–20b). (2) Consider how Christ fulfills Zephaniah’s vision of the Lord’s day and what that means regarding…
 
This is the first of two lectures in which I overview Zephaniah's message and lasting relevance. In this first lecture I overview the setting for the Savior’s invitation (Zeph 1:1-18) and then consider stage 1 of this invitation (2:1-3:7). My hope is that by the time you finish listening to these two lectures you will know that Zephaniah communicat…
 
In this address I gave at the Evangelical Theological Society of 2021, I consider how the Bible’s storyline progresses through the historical covenants between God and his people. I argue that Jesus fulfills each covenant in different ways. The Adamic-Noahic covenant with creation establishes the crisis and context of global curse and common grace …
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. In this episode, Dr. Strachan gives some encouragement and analysis for men to be men, especially in a cultural climate like ours today. God created men to be manly and women to be womanly, and this is good. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If yo…
 
This episode of the FTC Podcast is the latest installment in the FTC Mailbag feature. Jared Wilson and Nathan Rose answer listener-submitted questions on pastoring congregants who want to leave, what to do when your pastor is preaching self-help sermons, solid student ministry, pastors pursuing PhD’s, sustaining long-distance ministry friendships, …
 
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Gregg Allison to the podcast. Dr. Allison serves as Professor of Christian Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also an accomplished author having written many books including his most recent work, 40 Questions About Roman Catholicism.By Jason K. Allen
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. In this episode, Dr. Strachan gives a multi-point response to a lecture on “a biblical critical theory” which was tweeted by Tim Keller. Is it possible to have a critical theory from a Christian perspective without bowing the knee to cultural ideas which are opposed to the Gospel? Order “Christianity an…
 
*This episode was originally published on March 22, 2021 This week I want to welcome Jared Wilson to the podcast. Jared serves as Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry, Author in Residence, and General Editor of For the Church. He is an accomplished author publishing many books including Echo Island, The Gospel According to Satan, and others. Ja…
 
*This episode was originally published on September 13, 2021 This week, I am dighted to welcome Dr. Stephen J. Nichols to the podcast. Dr. Nichols serves as President of Reformation Bible College and Chief Academic Officer for Ligonier Ministries. Recently, Dr. Nichols released his new book R.C. Sproul: A Life visiting the life and ministry of the …
 
This week I'm delighted to welcome Dr. Patrick Schreiner. Dr. Schreiner is an Associate Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology here at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He previously taught at Western Seminary in Portland Oregon and received his Ph.D. from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of numerous books in…
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. As Christians celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Dr. Srachan examines the issue of fear within the Christmas story, as well as in the life of the believer today. We have many reasons to be merry and to not fear...we have hope in Christ. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follo…
 
*This episode was originally published on August 30, 2021. This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Michael J. Kruger to the podcast. Dr. Kruger serves as the President and Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina. Recently, Dr. Kruger published his new book S…
 
*This episode was originally published on September 20th, 2021 This week I'm delighted to welcome Dr. K. Lawson Younger to the podcast. Dr. Younger serves as Professor of Old Testament, Semitic Languages, and Ancient Near Eastern History at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. Recently, Dr. Younger published his revised comme…
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. In this episode, Dr. Strachan considers the common grace heroism of Tate Myre, who took on the assailant in the recent Michigan school shooting and lost his life in the struggle. As always, he looks at this young man's story through the lens of the Christian worldview and the calling and challenge of me…
 
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Gregg Allison to the podcast. Dr. Allison serves as Professor of Christian Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also an accomplished author having written many books including his most recent work, 40 Questions About Roman Catholicism.By Jason K. Allen
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. In this episode, Dr. Strachan In this episode, Dr. Strachan revisits the subject of wokeism by discussing the recent and unfortunate developments within the Salvation Army. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithe…
 
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Todd Chipman to the podcast. Dr. Chipman serves as the Dean of Graduate Studies and Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He also serves as the teaching pastor at The Master’s Community Church in Kansas City, Missouri. He is an accomplished scholar and author havi…
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Dr. Owen Strachan. Social Justice is one of the major topics of our times. With the recent verdict in the Rittenhouse case, Dr. Strachan revisits the topic of Biblical Justice over and against Social Justice, calling on Christians to seek the things that are above. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. St…
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. In this episode, Dr. Strachan discusses the biblical view of womanhood...a subject that is much-discussed and often misunderstood in out current social climate. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be sure…
 
This week’s episode features an interview with my good friend, Dr. Steven Lawson from his recent visit here at Midwestern Seminary. Dr. Lawson is the President and Founder of OnePassion Ministries, a Teaching Fellow of Ligonier Ministries, an accomplished author, and serves as Professor of Preaching and oversees the Doctor of Ministry program at Th…
 
Welcome to the Antithesis. On this episode, Dr. Strachan discusses the crucial topic of the Trinity. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform! Check out the B.A.R. Network for more amazing, theolog…
 
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. John Hammett to the podcast. Dr. Hammett serves as John Leadley Dagg Senior Professor of Systematic Theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Hammett is an accomplished scholar and author, and today we are going to discuss an aspect of his most recent book 40 Questions About Baptism and the L…
 
This is another installment of the Mailbag feature of the FTC Podcast, where Jared and Ronni answer listener-submitted questions. On this episode, they cover how to speak the truth in love, how to respond when leadership overlooks a pastor’s moral failure, the best mistakes they ever made in ministry, short term mission trips, latest fiction reads,…
 
Welcome to the Antithesis. On this episode, Dr. Strachan talks about God's love and care for His people. Christians are always held tightly in God's sovereign hands. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting…
 
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Timothy K. Beougher to the podcast. Dr. Beougher serves as Associate Dean of the Billy Graham School of Missions, Evangelism and Missions, and as the Billy Graham Professor of Evangelism and Church Growth at Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Dr. Beougher is also an author who recently released his ne…
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. In this episode, Dr. Strachan discusses a recent dangerous online post by Steven Furtick that reveals an unorthodox view of the transformative power of the Gospel. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be s…
 
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. John V. Fesko to the podcast. Dr. Fesko serves as the Harriet Barbour Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Atlanta. He is an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church serving as a church planter, pastor, and teacher. Dr. Fesko is also an accomplished …
 
On this episode of The Antithesis, Dr. Strachan considers the price of citizenship with Paul as an example. [22] Up to this word they listened to him. Then they raised their voices and said, “Away with such a fellow from the earth! For he should not be allowed to live.” [23] And as they were shouting and throwing off their cloaks and flinging dust …
 
This week, I am delighted to welcome both, Dr. Tom Schreiner, who serves as the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and his son, Dr. Patrick Schreiner who serves as the Director of the Residency Ph.D. program and Associate Professor of New…
 
On this episode of The Antithesis, Dr. Strachan offers up some more considerations on Christ and Caesar issues. We hope it proves a profitable time of thinking for all listeners. How do we conduct ourselves as citizens of earthly countries while still being members of the Kingdom? 1. We recall that we are in implacable conflict with the world. 2. W…
 
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson visits with Scott Thomas, Executive Pastor of Immanuel Church in Nashville, Tennessee, about gospel-shaped leadership, the importance of emotional intelligence and self-awareness among ministers, and Scott’s own time pastoring at Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Washington and what he learned from its im…
 
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Tom Schreiner to the podcast. Dr. Schreiner serves as the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology, as well as the Associate Dean of the School of Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an accomplished scholar and author, having…
 
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Bobby Jamieson to the podcast. Bobby serves as an associate pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington D.C., and previously served as assistant editor for 9Marks. This week, he joins me as we discuss his most recent book, The Path to Being a Pastor: A Guide for the Aspiring.…
 
What did the Reformers mean when they pursued the Glory of God as the end of all things? Dr. Strachan considers this important concept in this episode. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform! Che…
 
This week I want to welcome Dr. Andrew Atherstone s to the podcast. Dr. Atherstone serves as A Tutor in History and Doctrine along with being Latimer Research Fellow at the University of Oxford in England. He is an accomplished author with multiple publications, including his editorial work on the autobiography of J.C. Ryle titled: Bishop J.C. Ryle…
 
William Lane Craig recently wrote a piece at First Things about theories regarding the historicity of Adam and "mytho-history." Dr. Strachan makes a full response to his piece in this episode of The Antithesis. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be …
 
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