Restless: A Postmortem on the Young, Restless and Reformed
Today on the show we talk to Tony Arsenal of The Reformed Brotherhood, hear his testimony and learn about whats going on at the Society of Reformed Podcasts. Find them here: https://reformedpodcasts.com/ or on whatever Podcast catcher you use. Remember to like our facebook page because once we get 100 likes we will do a reaction to Matt Chandler's infamous "Jesus wants the Rose" clip. Contact us anytime at email@example.com Find More of Tony's stuff too: https://reformedbrotherhood.com/ https://www.placefortruth.org/
Episode 58: The Church + Covid-19 with Tony Arsenal // Tasting Glenfiddich Fire & Cane
Taking a break from the ongoing series exploring Systematic Theology, Justin and Blake are joined by Tony Arsenal of the Reformed Brotherhood podcast. The trio sit down, sip Glenfiddich Fire & Cane, and discuss the Church and Covid-19 in 2021. Next week, the guys are going to discuss Angelology, the study of angels, and sip Aviation Gin.Check out our new "Covenant Theology is Distilled Theology" apparel over at https://shopdistillingtheology.com/Enjoy extended episodes, watch us live stream our episodes before they are released, and get access to exclusive bonus content on Patreon, starting at just $4.99 per month: https://patreon.com/distillingtheologyWe've introduced a new $14.99 per month level with some extra perks, including a Patreon-exclusive coffee mug after your first 3 months as a thank you for your support.Distilling Theology is a proud member of the Society of Reformed Podcasts - a network of doctrinally sound podcasts from a Reformed perspective. You can get all the shows in the network by subscribing to the megafeed at https://reformedpodcasts.com/Thanks for listening and as always, whatever you do, whether you eat or drink, do all to the glory of God.Soli deo Gloria!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/DistillingTheology)
#5 Tony Arsenal | Wayne Grudem, theology, and Trinitarian controversies, Part 1
Today's Faith Matters
Eternal functional subordination, also known as Eternal Submission of the Son, also known as Eternal Relationships of Authority and Submission is a subject which has seen increasing debate over the last several years within Evangelical circles. The Doctrine of the Trinity has sparked debates throughout the history of the church. Multiple councils met in the early centuries of the church to weigh in on these significant doctrinal issues. A recent debate has raged pertaining to the eternal relationship of the Father and the Son. In this episode, I talk to Tony Arsenal, who has followed this issue and written about it over the last few years. Tony also co-hosts the Reformed Brotherhood podcast, which is a part of the Society for Reformed Podcasts.
SAP 71. Luke concludes his discussion on Creedal Christology with Tony Arsenal on some listener questions relating to impeccability, Eastern Orthodoxy, Van Til, and others. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @SteadyAnchorPod; listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, SoundCloud, and YouTube. Follow the other members of the Society of Reformed Podcasters (reformedpodcasts.com), and find our Doctrinal Discipleship website (doctrinaldiscipleship.com)!If you have a minute to help us out, leave a rate and review on Facebook or Apple Podcasts, or support us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/steadyanchorpodcast). It helps a lot; God bless!
SAP 70. This is part one of the discussion with special guest Tony Arsenal from the Reformed Brotherhood podcast on the questions: what is Creedal Christology and why does it matter? We cover the basics of orthodox Christology, the particulars of the Reformed Protestant tradition, and why it matters today.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @SteadyAnchorPod; listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, SoundCloud, and YouTube. Follow the other members of the Society of Reformed Podcasters (reformedpodcasts.com), and find our Doctrinal Discipleship website (doctrinaldiscipleship.com)!If you have a minute to help us out, leave a rate and review on Facebook or Apple Podcasts, or support us on Patreon. It helps a lot; God bless!
Tony re-joins the pilgrims to talk about the Trinity. We tackle topics and questions like: How is God three and how is God one?Should we even use the word “Trinity” when it doesn’t appear in the bible?The EFS/ESS/ERAS (“Eternal Functional Subordination/Eternal Submission of the Son/Eternal … Continue readingGod Is: Triune (ft. Tony Arsenal) The post God Is: Triune (ft. Tony Arsenal) appeared first on Society of Reformed Podcasters.
Tony re-joins the pilgrims to talk about the Trinity. We tackle topics and questions like: How is God three and how is God one?Should we even use the word “Trinity” when it doesn’t appear in the bible?The EFS/ESS/ERAS (“Eternal Functional Subordination/Eternal Submission of the Son/Eternal Relations of Authority and Submission”) controversyCalvin’s doctrine of “autotheos”The Trinitarian love of God for his peopleand more! NOTE: We ran into a technical issue so this podcast contains mostly just the conversation with Tony on the topic of the Trinity. No Scott-Talk or Tillett-talk this time.Check out Tony’s podcasts atreformedbrotherhood.com
The Pilgrims have a very anticipated guest on to talk about the fifth commandment and its broadness of scope. Check out Tony’s podcasts:Reformed BrotherhoodReformed StandardPublick Domain The post The Fifth Commandment (ft. Tony Arsenal) appeared first on Society of Reformed Podcasters.
Episode 49: To The Other Side (Or: 1646 Finally Explained-with Tony Arsenal)
Regular Reformed Podcast
Agent Arsenal, podcast pranks, Republicationism, and the 1646…what more could you want? Tony Arsenal from the Reformed Brotherhood joins us to give the 1646 Presbyterian understanding Covenant Theology, as well as touching on Republicationsim. For more from Tony (and his cohost Jesse @JesseSchwamb) @ReformedBroHood @reformedarsenal