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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kim Riddlebarger. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kim Riddlebarger, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kim Riddlebarger. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kim Riddlebarger, often where they are interviewed.

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Interview with Kim Riddlebarger

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Interview with Kim Riddlebarger on Eschatology
May 16 2020 · 1hr 11mins
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3 | Job 3:1-11 Line by Line Bible study with Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

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66 of the Worlds best Expository Preachers teaching through every verse of the Bible line by line - YouTube - http://bit.ly/2PxVWrJ

Job Overview

As with other books of the Bible, Job bears the name of the narrative’s primary character. This name might have been derived from the Hebrew word for “persecution,” thus meaning “persecuted one,” or from an Arabic word meaning “repent,” thus bearing the name “repentant one.” The author recounts an era in the life of Job, in which he was tested and the character of God was revealed. New Testament writers directly quote Job two times (Rom. 11:35; 1 Cor. 3:19), plus Ezekiel 14:14, 20 and James 5:11 show Job was a real person.

This book begins with a scene in heaven that explains everything to the reader (1:6–2:10). Job was suffering because God was contesting with Satan. Job never knew that, nor did any of his friends, so they all struggled to explain suffering from the perspective of their ignorance, until finally Job rested in nothing but faith in God’s goodness and the hope of His redemption. That God vindicated his trust is the culminating message of the book. When there are no rational, or even theological, explanations for disaster and pain, trust God.

“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” 2 Timothy 3:16

About your teacher - Dr. Kim Riddlebarger is senior pastor of Christ Reformed Church, and was a co-host of the White Horse Inn radio program for more than twenty-five years.

1000s more resources available at https://exposittheword.com/

Audio used with permission from Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

Jan 25 2020 · 40mins
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2 | Job 1:6-12 Line by Line Bible study with Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

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66 of the Worlds best Expository Preachers teaching through every verse of the Bible line by line - YouTube - http://bit.ly/2PxVWrJ

Job Overview

As with other books of the Bible, Job bears the name of the narrative’s primary character. This name might have been derived from the Hebrew word for “persecution,” thus meaning “persecuted one,” or from an Arabic word meaning “repent,” thus bearing the name “repentant one.” The author recounts an era in the life of Job, in which he was tested and the character of God was revealed. New Testament writers directly quote Job two times (Rom. 11:35; 1 Cor. 3:19), plus Ezekiel 14:14, 20 and James 5:11 show Job was a real person.

This book begins with a scene in heaven that explains everything to the reader (1:6–2:10). Job was suffering because God was contesting with Satan. Job never knew that, nor did any of his friends, so they all struggled to explain suffering from the perspective of their ignorance, until finally Job rested in nothing but faith in God’s goodness and the hope of His redemption. That God vindicated his trust is the culminating message of the book. When there are no rational, or even theological, explanations for disaster and pain, trust God.

“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” 2 Timothy 3:16

About your teacher - Dr. Kim Riddlebarger is senior pastor of Christ Reformed Church, and was a co-host of the White Horse Inn radio program for more than twenty-five years.

1000s more resources available at https://exposittheword.com/

Audio used with permission from Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

Jan 25 2020 · 41mins
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1 | Job 1:1-5 Line by Line Bible study with Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

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66 of the Worlds best Expository Preachers teaching through every verse of the Bible line by line - YouTube - http://bit.ly/2PxVWrJ

Job Overview

As with other books of the Bible, Job bears the name of the narrative’s primary character. This name might have been derived from the Hebrew word for “persecution,” thus meaning “persecuted one,” or from an Arabic word meaning “repent,” thus bearing the name “repentant one.” The author recounts an era in the life of Job, in which he was tested and the character of God was revealed. New Testament writers directly quote Job two times (Rom. 11:35; 1 Cor. 3:19), plus Ezekiel 14:14, 20 and James 5:11 show Job was a real person.

This book begins with a scene in heaven that explains everything to the reader (1:6–2:10). Job was suffering because God was contesting with Satan. Job never knew that, nor did any of his friends, so they all struggled to explain suffering from the perspective of their ignorance, until finally Job rested in nothing but faith in God’s goodness and the hope of His redemption. That God vindicated his trust is the culminating message of the book. When there are no rational, or even theological, explanations for disaster and pain, trust God.

“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” 2 Timothy 3:16

About your teacher - Dr. Kim Riddlebarger is senior pastor of Christ Reformed Church, and was a co-host of the White Horse Inn radio program for more than twenty-five years.

1000s more resources available at https://exposittheword.com/

Audio used with permission from Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

Jan 25 2020 · 39mins
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Kim Riddlebarger– The Lion of Princeton: B.B. Warfield as Apologist and Theologian

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On today’s Equipping You in Grace Episode, Dave Jenkins and Kim Riddlebarger talk about the life, ministry, and influence of B.B. Warfield on Reformed theology in his day and today, along with his book The Lion of Princeton: B.B. Warfield as Apologist and Theologian (Lexham Press, 2016).
What you’ll hear in this episode

A brief sketch of B.B. Warfield’s life and importance to American evangelicalism and the greater Body of Christ.
What we can learn from how B.B. Warfield’s approach to dealing with and responding to criticism.
How Warfield’s work on the doctrine of Scripture helps Christians respond to attacks on the doctrine of Scripture today.
What Christians today can learn from B.B. Warfield’s response to attacks on the person and work of Christ along with his approach to engaging these and other issues.
What B.B. Warfield can teach those deeply committed to the task and work of theology in the local church about loving and caring for our wives and families.
What contributions the Old Princeton theologians like Warfield made to the Church of his time and continued to make on the Church today.
The legacy B.B. Warfield has left for theologians today.
Why we need men again like B.B. Warfield and what these men look like in their approach to the Christian life and ministry.
Learning to understand and engage the thought of others for the purpose of contending for the faith.
About the Guest
Kim Riddlebarger (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is senior pastor of Christ Reformed Church in Anaheim, CA, and has been a visiting professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary California. He is author of A Case for Amillennialism and The Man of Sin.
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Oct 11 2018 · 35mins
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Kim Riddlebarger, White Horse Inn, Pt 1

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Aug 22 2018 · 26mins
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Kim Riddlebarger on Eschatology, Pt 2

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Jun 06 2018 · 28mins
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Kim Riddlebarger on Eschatology

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May 30 2018 · 26mins
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JFK Assassination Plus 50: An Interview with Dr. Kim Riddlebarger, part 2

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Straight Thinking #250: JFK Assassination Plus 50: An Interview with Dr. Kim Riddlebarger, part 2
Nov 20 2013 · 43mins
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JFK Assassination Plus 50: An Interview with Dr. Kim Riddlebarger, part 1

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Straight Thinking #249: JFK Assassination Plus 50: An Interview with Dr. Kim Riddlebarger, part 1
Nov 13 2013 · 44mins