Yep, that’s right. In this episode we talk about church discipline. But before that we pontificate at length about movie stars, spikeball, the merit (or not) of modern music, and other ridiculous things.
We talk about This American Life’s 666th episode on Satan, what makes something Christian in the arts, and why we don’t celebrate the Lord’s Supper in the context of a meal (and why we probably should do so).
In this episode we wrestle with the subject of socialism.
In this episode we discuss hell and universalism and Isaiah 58 and immigration.
We talk video games, eating meat, and The Book of Thunks!
In this episode, we delve into the weeds of limited expiation. One of us defends the concept (as a High Calvinist), while the other demurs (as a Moderate Calvinist).
In this episode we discuss the merits and potential failures of the ID movement and then dive headlong into the subject of race, paying particular attention to the writings of Coleman Hughes.
We first name 5 songs that each of us love but think the other hasn’t heard and then dive headlong into Piper’s handling of women teaching at seminary.
In this episode we jump right into the deep end of the pool and tackle the issue of slavery in the NT.
In a rare moment of polarity, the men of Sensus Divinipodcastis disagree about the importance of character, when it comes to weighing and evaluating a presidential candidate. One more highly favors competency. The other says that character and competency are both crucially important. Listen in as we debate and wrestle.
Here are the two articles originally written by Austin challenging Dennis’ view. In the first article, you will find a link to Dennis’ other podcast where he explains why he scarcely values character in potential political figures.
Join us as we delve into the wildly popular and ever confounding topic of divine sovereignty and human responsibility.
Just another day on the set of Sensus Divinipodcastis. We talk meaninglessness, the evolution of literary excellence, and of course how to slay Me Monsters.
Be sure to check out Brian Regan’s hilarious bit on the Me Monster: