Episode 108: Today’s episode is a conversation with Henk van den Belt. Dr. van den Belt is professor of Systematic Theology at the Faculty of Religion and Theology and Director of the Herman Bavinck Center for Reformed and Evangelical Theology at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. Enjoy!Ask a question: rts.edu/washington/podcastAbout RTS Washington: rts.edu/washington
Gregory Parker Jr. & Cameron Clausing | All Things Herman Bavinck
Guilt Grace Gratitude
Looking for a Reformed Church in Orange County? Check out Santa Ana Reformed (a United Reformed Church plant) meeting Sundays at 4:00 PM, with a 5:30 PM fellowship dinner afterwards. Please help support the show on our Patreon Page! WELCOME TO BOOK CLUB! Dr. Gregory Parker Jr. (PhD. Candidate, University of Edinburgh) is Professor Theology at Cairn University in Langhorne Pennsylvania, and Dr. Cameron Clausing (PhD., University of Edinburgh) is Lecturer in Applied Theology and Missional Engagement at Christ College Sydney in NSW, Australia. We want to thank Hendrickson Publisher for help setting up this interview and providing us with the necessary materials to interview Dr. Parker & Dr. Clausing! Purchase the book here: Guidebook for Instruction in the Christian Religion What is Christianity? Have Feedback or Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on Instagram: @guiltgracepod Follow us on Twitter: @guiltgracepod Find us on YouTube: Guilt Grace Gratitude Podcast Please rate and subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you use! Looking for a Reformed Church? North American Presbyterian & Reformed Churches --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gggpodcast/support
Dutch Theologian Herman Bavinck is all the craze these days. Come join us on Restless when we talk to the hosts of the Bavcast about about the 5 thing you should know about him. We determine Bavinck is based.
Restless: A Postmortem on the Young, Restless and Reformed
Dutch Theologian Herman Bavinck is all the craze these days. Come join us on Restless when we talk to the hosts of the Bavcast about about the 5 thing you should know about him. We determine Bavinck is based. Learn more about the Bavcast, exploring reformed theology through the works of Herman Bavinck. Exclusive Patreon episode we discuss even more about Bavinck. Matt asks about a related conspiracy theory and we discuss their public theology at a purely presbyterian level. Find us on: twitter, instagram. or facebook Or email us at email@example.com
101. Dennis Greeson: Herman Bavinck, Theosis & T.F. Torrance
The Laymens Lounge
When Union & Theosis Shake Hands “These themes of perfection, union with Christ, and the necessity of the incarnation point to the fact that Bavinck’s theology is profoundly ripe for the incorporation of the summative theme of theosis. This is the notion that humanity is meant to be united to and participate in the trinitarian life of God… There is a fundamental similarity between this element of Bavinck’s thought and the doctrine of theosis… Thomas F. Torrance’s doctrine of theosis, as a facet of his broader trinitarian theology, to highlight that not only do Bavinck and Torrance bear some surprising similarities, but also Torrance provides language helpful to reexamine Bavinck’s eschatological anthropology in light of the category of theosis” – Dennis Greeson Join us as we sit down with Dennis Greeson, author of “Theosis in the Thought of Herman Bavinck?: Thomas F. Torrance’s Reconstruction of the Doctrine and its Promise for Bavinck’s Theology,” and discuss the big picture of Christianity. Aided by Herman Bavinck, drawing from Thomas F. Torrance, and nuanced by Myk Habets – Greeson does us all a favor here helping us to rebuke the false hierarchy of evangelism, prayer, etc. Grace restores nature. Indeed.
37 - Dr. Brian Mattson on Public Theology, Herman Bavinck, and Being Banned from Twitter
Full Proof Theology
In this episode, Dr. Mattson and I discuss public theology (what it is and what it isn’t) particularly as it relates to Herman Bavinck. We also discuss how Christians can be good public theologians today. Do we need public theology? How do we decide when to risk access to the public square by saying things that could get us banned from the public square? Brian Mattson is a theologian, writer, speaker. He has a B.A. from Montana State University-Billings, an M.A.R. from Westminster Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from the University of Aberdeen (Scotland). He currently serves as Senior Scholar of Public Theology for the Center for Cultural Leadership and Adjunct Professor of Systematic and Public Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia). He lives in Billings, Montana with his wife and daughters, where he goes fly-fishing at every opportunity.http://drbrianmattson.com/The Square Inch - https://brianmattson.substack.com/The Quarter Inch - https://briangmattson.substack.com/Restored to Our Destiny - https://amzn.to/3JcXSiuhttps://christianculture.com/
In this episode, Simon is joined by Dr Bruce Pass to talk about the theology of Herman Bavinck. Bruce is Lecturer in Christian Thought and History at Brisbane School of Theology. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry at the University of Queensland. He is the author of The Heart of Dogmatics: Christology and Christocentricism in Herman Bavinck (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2020), and is the translator and editor of a number of Herman Bavinck's theological orations, entitled On Theology (Brill, 2020). Bruce is also organising a conference on Herman Bavinck, being held in December in Brisbane. More information and registration links can be found here: https://bst.qld.edu.au/bavinck-conference/
78. John Bolt: Herman Bavinck’s Ethics & the Motivation for Good Works
The Laymens Lounge
Fuel for Ethics from WWJD? Fake it ‘til You Make it? “Kingdom”? Gratitude? Imitation? or Creation? “As Bavinck works out the concrete content of his ethics in this volume (Reformed Ethics Volume 2), he joins the long tradition of Reformed ethicists and turns to the Decalogue and the notion of duty. That move could be disconcerting for some who have recently turned to the “kingdom ethics” of union with and imitation of Christ because that emphasis is seen as a counter to the role of law and duty in Christian living.” – John Bolt Listen in as we sit down with Dr. John Bolt (editor of Herman Bavinck’s 4 volume “Reformed Dogmatics” as well as Bavinck’s “Reformed Ethics Volume 1”, and the forthcoming “Reformed Ethics Volume 2: The Duties of the Christian Life”) and have a compelling discussion on WHY we Christians live ethically and what our MOTIVATION for ethical living springs from. BAVINCK “REFORMED ETHICS VOL. 2” BOOK GIVEAWAY: · Thanks to Baker Academic, were giving away a copy of Bavinck’s “Reformed Dogmatics Volume 2” and thanks to us - a Herman Bavinck sticker (as well as an Abraham Kuyper sticker). To enter, join the “Theology Applied” Facebook page (link here), and simply join the conversation (this a place for butchers, bakers and candlestick makers as well as failures, know-it-alls and jerks to discuss Theology as it applies to our lived lives). To pre-order the book please reach out to the pillars of kindness and customer service, the beacons of hope for the brick-and-mortar bookstores, the good people of Hearts & Minds Books. Please reach out to them, they will take care of you.
In this new series on Reformed Podmatics we'll venture through Church history and learn more about the "great cloud of witnesses" that surrounds us today. This episode gives a basic introduction to Herman Bavinck, whose masterful work as a theologian continues to grow in influence throughout the world. Fun Fact: The title of this podcast plays on the title of Bavinck's magnum opus, Reformed Dogmatics. You can purchase his work here. Music Provided With Permission by Jonathan Ogden - https://amzn.to/2DTw5rj
70. Bruce Pass: Herman Bavinck’s Theology as a Living Being
The Laymens Lounge
Listen in as we sit down with Dr. Bruce Pass and discuss his book “The Heart of Dogmatics: Christology and Christocentrism in Herman Bavinck”. Here we are guided by the hand of Bavinck and Dr. Pass into a Theology that is no mere academic hobby but where Theology is a living-being animated by true religion. Like a heart this living-being pumps blood and life to the needed areas in the body. Dr. Pass shows us how Bavinck’s though that, much like the Universe is the center of the solar “system”, Christ is the center of the Christian theological system.