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Presbycast is the podcast of Chortles Weakly and Wresbyterian. We're Presbyterian, and we take lots of umbrage. Decently and in order, of course.
 
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We talk social justice in the church with political writer Forfare Davis (@pseudoplotinus) using clips from a talk at Reformed seminary by Dr. Mika Edmondson, an OPC minister, as discussion starters.
 
CW joins Josh and Andy of Theology Doesn't Suck to talk comparative polity with (surprise) a presbyterian emphasis. Give their podcasts a listen. Thanks to Josh and Andy for allowing us to repost this conversation.
 
Charlie Nave of MORE in the PCA joins us to talk about a just-released overture to the 2019 PCA General Assembly which would allow ordained female deacons. Helpful links: The overture The running list of overtures for 2019 The study committee report
 
We are joined by Miles Smith IV, a professor of history at Regent University, to discuss his affinity for "high church presbyterianism". We also discuss religion in the South, worship and sacraments, as well as racial issues in the church.
 
Our friend Ken Shepherd joins us to talk about his work as a DC journalist, the 2019 US political climate, and its implications (or lack thereof) for the church.
 
Dan Borvan, an OPC minister who was once a member of James MacDonald's Harvest Bible Chapel, joins us to talk about the MacDonald's fall and the problems inherent to multi-site and megachurchs. Here is the video which we played in a series of clips.
 
PCA pastor Dr. Dewey Roberts, the convener of a recent meeting concerned with reform and renewal in the PCA, joins us to talk about the past, present, and future of the USA's largest conservative Reformed denomination and about the new informal group Grassroots Presbyterians group that has sprung from the meeting in late January of 2019. Show l ...…
 
Our friend Sean, a former Roman Catholic, joins us to talk about the encroachment of Lenten observance in the Reformed world. Then we venture to discuss the propriety of women who are associated with conservative Reformed churches "preaching". You may hear the entire sermon (or talk) that we excerpted and talked about here. Finally, we briefly ...…
 
OPC minichurch pastor Chris Drew joins us to talk about a megatrend these days -- Conference Culture. We trace the development from medieval pilgrimage to Scottish communion season to the Pretty Good Awakenings to 21st century traveling dude bros. Here's the tweet that launched the show: One of the tenets of CONFERENCE CULTURE is that every spe ...…
 
This special episode features Dr. C.N. Willborn of Covenant Presbyterian (PCA) in Oak Ridge, TN delivering a powerful and direct exhortation from Psalm 42 on the importance of public worship in the life of the Christian and the church. The reading was the entire text of Psalm 42. The accompanying NT reading was John 4:7-26. The Confession of Fa ...…
 
Seminarian Ben Woodring joins us to talk about Chortles' 8-point manifesto (of sorts) to culture-proof the church simply and authentically. It was a long talk, be warned. Here's the manifesto: There is evidence that younger people are not buying what the megachurches are selling. Most people know of young people that have fled their "home" trad ...…
 
We are joined by several friends to talk about what happened in 2018, what might happen in 2019, what did happen when megachurches took a day off, worship, the means of grace, weaponized winsomeness, the state of the PCA...and more.
 
Noted Festivus authority Dan Borvan joins us for grievances and feats of strengths as the Presbyverse looks forward to the great day. With thanks to must-follow Twitter accounts The Loving Pastor and Dr Tony Hutson for providing IFB grievance audio.
 
Show ombudsman Amish Ambush joins for the show that nearly didn't happen thanks to our producer Silent Topher's dodgy 1984 Dodge Omni. We talk about a few current issues and ideas for future episodes and permutations of the Presbycast franchise. The Dude, Donnie, and Walter have nothing on this trio.…
 
This is the famous lost recording -- a failed session for Mortification of Spin with Todd Pruitt, deep-sixed not because of its content but because of audio equipment failure. Not good enough for MoS, but TOTALLY GOOD ENOUGH FOR PRESBYCAST. The good news is you can hear Todd well and he's really good on the subject of worship.…
 
Dr. D.G. Hart of Hillsdale College joins us to talk about social justice in the church and his recent piece on his side blog Putting the Protest Back in Protestant -- plus Weird Reformed Twitter edgelords @seansgame and @pseudoABoethius join the panel to question Dr. Hart and to discuss the 45th anniversary of the Presbyterian Church in America ...…
 
CW discusses what we ought to call those who preach, speak, and exhort in various contexts (and how we ought to view both the "preacher" and the "preaching") from a confessional presbyterian perspective. https://twitter.com/TruthsTable/status/1062977988579467267
 
For our last interview from the Reformation Worship Conference we talk with filmmaker Les Lanphere (Calvinist) about his new project on Reformed worship. Learn more about and support the project here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/calvinist/spirit-and-truth-a-film-about-worship
 
Ride along as we discuss pop music and its effect on the church -- a sort of followup to our last show about our bumper music.
 
Descend into the dark and confusing world of Presbycast bumper music...
 
Dr. Neil Stewart of Christ Covenant ARP of Greensboro, NC joins us to talk about his transition from medical doctor to presbyterian pastor. Recorded at the Reformation Worship Conference. https://www.christcovenant.church/
 
Zach Groff, Director of Advancement & Admissions at Greenville Theological Seminary, joins us to talk about millenials and the church among other things. This recording session was previously broadcast live on Periscope.
 
About a dozen listeners join us for a live and unscripted discussion of scary church stories, from IFB horror stories to a PCA church that loves it some immersion, to @DBagWorshipGuy stealing the show to a degree previously equaled by only Sean and Pseudo. Guests included @bkben3, @seansgame, @doogilla, @PuritanNerd, @khendarian @acmills237, @s ...…
 
We speak with the Chinese pastor of an unregistered Reformed church about worship, persecution, and the Gospel.
 
Dr. Scott Aniol and his friend (and ours) Chuck Finney join us to talk about worship and music from the Reformation Worship Conference at Midway Presbyterian Church (PCA) near Atlanta, GA. Dr. Aniol teaches at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and has written extensively on worship and music. http://scottaniol.com/ http://religiousaffec ...…
 
In our first show from the 2018 Reformation Worship Conference at Midway Presbyterian Church in Powder Springs, GA we speak to Dr. David Garner of Westminster Theological Seminary about worship and to Rev. Kent Butterfield about gender and sexuality issues in the church.
 
The boys talk long and hard about worship in the aftermath of the Reformation Worship Conference which CW and Chuck attended. Stay tuned for a few more shows which will feature interviews from the conference.
 
A reading of Machen's sermon "The Good Fight of Faith" -- his final sermon as a faculty member of Princeton Theological Seminary as he was embroiled in what become known as the Presbyterian Controversy. Learn more about the sermon here and read a transcript.
 
OPC smart guy Dan Borvan joins us to talk about baptism -- especially the modes of baptism. Wade in with us to the water of truth, order, and the presby way. Here's the excellent article referenced in the show: Is Immersion Necessary for Baptism?
 
We are joined (surprise) by Dr. R. Scott Clark of Westminster Seminary California to discuss theonomy and reconstructionism of yesterday, today, and (shudder) tomorrow. Strange bedfellows, bad jokes, good times. (Episode image is of Dr. Clark when his human hair was much more in flourishing stage) https://heidelblog.net/category/theonomy/…
 
Here's an enhanced version of a recording recently circulated of Tim Keller's comments on "The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel" -- original source here: https://streamable.com/2wgdo "'Don't worry about the poor. Don't care about the injustice, it's not really that important' -- that's what it's saying." (3:30)…
 
Pro wrestling and megachurch fashion pastors -- what could go right? Wresby and @OldSchoolPresby break down two guest appearances of wrestlers on a megachurch stage and discuss the things that make local, connectional churches so special. And more! Get a taste of the abominations that inspired this episode here.…
 
We preview the 2018 Reformation Worship Conference with Dr. David Hall of Midway PCA in Powder Springs, GA (October 18-21). Presbycast will again attend this conference and interview some of the speakers and attendees. Learn more or register at the conference website.
 
CW talks about five "prophecies" he suggested might come true as woke wars rage in Reformandia. Here's the tweet thread that he's working from.
 
Hillsdale college professor Dr. Darryl G. Hart joins us to talk about J. Gresham Machen's views on race, racial issues in the church and society, his new book on the Reformation, and the implications of the Intellectual Dark Web for the world of ideas and social media...and even for the confessional Reformed. Oh, long-time presby social media m ...…
 
Long, ragged, full of inside baseball -- it was the call-in show to end all call-in shows...but the takeaway is that the Reformed world is a small and very weird world. Not for the impatient or faint of heart.
 
We spoke with Joshua Gielow, a Reformed apologist who attended the Revoice conference held recently in St. Louis. He tells us what he saw and heard and why he left the conference concerned for the future of the "gay Christian" movement. Follow Joshua at @JoshuaGielow and be sure to visit Truth Xchange's website. Read Truth Xchange founder Peter ...…
 
YouTuber AD Robles joins us to talk about the intersection of social issues and the church, unity, diversity, and conflict. Follow him on Twitter at @redeemedrutland and watch his videos on his YouTube page.
 
This episode presents the audio from a YouTube video of an address by Dr. Rosaria Butterfield recorded the day before the recent Revoice conference on the subject of celibate gay Christianity. The source of the audio is unclear -- we will gladly remove this content if the speaker or host account ask us to do so. It is unaltered. Original: https ...…
 
We finish our discussion with Dr. C.N. Willborn on the life and work of PCA and Reformed Theological Seminary founding father Dr. Morton H. Smith (1923-2017). Dr. Willborn taught with Dr. Smith at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and shared his interest in Southern Presbyterian history. This discussion centers on the founding of the ...…
 
Here are a few words from CW and and an almost five-minute clip from an address at the Revoice conference (1:05:35-1:10:10 of linked video).
 
Long-time PCA ruling elder Bob Mattes joins us to talk about a terminology he developed to describe the state of the PCA -- tribal congregationalism (as opposed to plain ol' presbyterianism). Here are a couple of his articles on the subject: A Tale of Two Letters Tribal Congregationalism and the Future of the PCA…
 
It's the week of the Revoice conference and CW has some thoughts from the front seat of the Presbaru. The referenced presbytery report: http://mopres.org/safari/article/30.html Pastor's response to criticism and "misrepresentations".
 
Our friend Will (@lawyerbarrett) sits down virtually with Wresby to discuss his foray into the world of evangelical leadership conferences.
 
We are joined by @oldschoolpresby whose Dutch heritage and membership in four NAPARC denominations gives him a unique perspective on the P&R landscape. And we talk about Reformedish Xianese words, terms, and tropes with which we'd gladly dispense.
 
We talk about the ramifications of this year's PCA General Assembly and run through Rick Phillip's post mortem: Is the PCA Becoming More Unified?We also answer a number of great listener questions.
 
Armchair ecclesiologist in Subaru getting coffee...
 
PCAGA fixture Bob Mattes and MORE in the PCA founder Charlie Nave join CW and Wresby on the sixth floor of the GA hotel in Atlanta for a look at the most signifcant developments from the business session of day two of the assembly. Pardon a slight echo towards the end -- we didn't expect to be recording two guests at once. https://www.moreinthe ...…
 
CW & Wresby record live at PCAGA 2018 with a wrap-up of the first day and a preview of the days to come.
 
Ride with Brad as he talks about his visit to the 2018 Associate Reformed Presbyterian General Synod, compares it to the PCA General Assembly, and previews Presbycast's PCAGA plans. More about the ARP: http://arpchurch.org/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Associate_Reformed_Presbyterian_Church Clarifying/corrected info from a Twitter follower: "E ...…
 
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