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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kevin DeYoung. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kevin DeYoung, often where they are interviewed.

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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kevin DeYoung. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kevin DeYoung, often where they are interviewed.

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Good Pastors Know When to Pick a Fight But Prefer to Avoid Them (with Kevin DeYoung)

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Pastors shouldn’t be quarrelsome. That’s what Kevin DeYoung told us in his recent article for the 9Marks Journal. But pastors must also contend for the truth. They must gently correct opponents. They must be immovable, steadfast.

How do we manage all this?

Jonathan Leeman chatted with Kevin DeYoung about the diverse callings pastors must pursue.
Aug 20 2020 · 11mins
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AD – Kevin DeYoung Reveals #ThePlan – Culture War!

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Credit where it’s due. This Gospel Coalition article is excellent.

Jun 18 2020 · 23mins
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AD – Kevin DeYoung Reveals #ThePlan – Culture War!

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Credit where it’s due. This Gospel Coalition article is excellent.

Jun 18 2020 · 23mins
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Kevin DeYoung – The Never-Failing, Never-Changing, All-Surpassing Goodness of God

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May 14 2020 · 53mins
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Kevin DeYoung on Why Grace Is Worth Defining and Defending

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As part of The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, Kevin DeYoung led a breakout session entitled Grace Defined and Defended: The Continuing Relevance of the Canons of Dort 400 Years Later. In this session, DeYoung argued for theological precision—the wise measurement of the words used to describe God’s interaction with his people—via a close look at why and how the Canons of Dort came to be. When it comes to the doctrines of our faith, we ought to hunger for the specifics because they matter deeply.

May 01 2020 · 50mins
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T4G 2020 - Day 2, Session 2 and Day 3, Session 1 - Ligon Duncan, HB Charles, and Kevin DeYoung

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In this episode of People in Exile, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers discuss the messages presented by Ligon Duncan, HB Charles, and Kevin DeYoung on Days two and three of T4G 2020.  Ligon Duncan preached from Ephesians 4:11-13.  HB Chalres preached from 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 about running to win the prize.  Finally, Kevin DeYoung brought a message about the Goodness of God, and all that entails.  Please remember that all of these messages brought at T4G 2020 are expected to be available at T4G.org on May 14, 2020.   pie_-_ligon_and_hb_and_deyoung_-_04162020.mp3File Size: 65811 kbFile Type: mp3Download File
Apr 16 2020 ·
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8 | 2 Peter 2:1-3 Line by Line Bible study with Kevin Deyoung

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About your Teacher - Kevin Deyoung

A native of Jenison, Michigan, Kevin graduated from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, with a B.A. in religion. He earned his Master of Divinity degree at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. He received his doctorate in Early Modern History at the University of Leicester in the UK. His research has focused on the theology of John Witherspoon, a Scottish-American Presbyterian theologian who was a founding father of the United States. Before accepting the call to lead Christ Covenant, Kevin served as pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan, Kevin is a member of the Council and blogs for The Gospel Coalition. He regularly speaks at churches, conferences, colleges, and seminaries in North America and overseas. He has published more than a dozen books for adults and children, including Just Do Something and The Biggest Story. His book, Crazy Busy: A Mercifully Short Book About a Big Problem, was named the 2014 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Book of the Year. In addition, Christianity Today has awarded Book of the Year honors to three of his books in 2009, 2010, and 2013. World Magazine named What Does the Bible Really Teach About Homosexuality? one of its 2015 Books of the Year. In addition to his primary responsibility as senior pastor at Christ Covenant Church, Kevin is an Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He was formerly a Chancellor’s Professor for the Seminary. Kevin and his wife Trisha are the parents of eight children.

About 2 Peter

Since the time of the writing and sending his first letter, Peter had become increasingly concerned about false teachers who were infiltrating the churches in Asia Minor. Though these false teachers had already caused trouble, Peter expected that their heretical doctrines and immoral life-styles would result in more damage in the future. Thus Peter, in an almost last will and testament (1:13–15), wrote to warn the beloved believers in Christ about the doctrinal dangers they were facing. Peter does not explicitly say where he was when he wrote this letter, as he does in 1 Peter (1 Pet. 5:13). But the consensus seems to be that Peter wrote this letter from prison in Rome, where he was facing imminent death. Shortly after this letter was written, Peter was martyred, according to reliable tradition, by being crucified upside down (see note on John 21:18). Peter says nothing in the salutation about the recipients of this letter. But according to 3:2, Peter was writing another epistle to the same people to whom he wrote 1 Peter. In his first letter, he spelled out that he was writing “to the pilgrims of the Dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia” (1 Pet. 1:1). These provinces were located in an area of Asia Minor, which is modern Turkey. The Christians to whom Peter wrote were mostly Gentiles

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Dec 01 2019 · 49mins
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3 | 2 Peter 1:5-7 Line by Line Bible study with Kevin Deyoung

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About your Teacher - Kevin Deyoung

A native of Jenison, Michigan, Kevin graduated from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, with a B.A. in religion. He earned his Master of Divinity degree at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. He received his doctorate in Early Modern History at the University of Leicester in the UK. His research has focused on the theology of John Witherspoon, a Scottish-American Presbyterian theologian who was a founding father of the United States. Before accepting the call to lead Christ Covenant, Kevin served as pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan, Kevin is a member of the Council and blogs for The Gospel Coalition. He regularly speaks at churches, conferences, colleges, and seminaries in North America and overseas. He has published more than a dozen books for adults and children, including Just Do Something and The Biggest Story. His book, Crazy Busy: A Mercifully Short Book About a Big Problem, was named the 2014 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Book of the Year. In addition, Christianity Today has awarded Book of the Year honors to three of his books in 2009, 2010, and 2013. World Magazine named What Does the Bible Really Teach About Homosexuality? one of its 2015 Books of the Year. In addition to his primary responsibility as senior pastor at Christ Covenant Church, Kevin is an Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He was formerly a Chancellor’s Professor for the Seminary. Kevin and his wife Trisha are the parents of eight children.

About 2 Peter

Since the time of the writing and sending his first letter, Peter had become increasingly concerned about false teachers who were infiltrating the churches in Asia Minor. Though these false teachers had already caused trouble, Peter expected that their heretical doctrines and immoral life-styles would result in more damage in the future. Thus Peter, in an almost last will and testament (1:13–15), wrote to warn the beloved believers in Christ about the doctrinal dangers they were facing. Peter does not explicitly say where he was when he wrote this letter, as he does in 1 Peter (1 Pet. 5:13). But the consensus seems to be that Peter wrote this letter from prison in Rome, where he was facing imminent death. Shortly after this letter was written, Peter was martyred, according to reliable tradition, by being crucified upside down (see note on John 21:18). Peter says nothing in the salutation about the recipients of this letter. But according to 3:2, Peter was writing another epistle to the same people to whom he wrote 1 Peter. In his first letter, he spelled out that he was writing “to the pilgrims of the Dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia” (1 Pet. 1:1). These provinces were located in an area of Asia Minor, which is modern Turkey. The Christians to whom Peter wrote were mostly Gentiles

100s more resources available at https://exposittheword.com/

Audio used with permission from Kevin Deyoung

Dec 01 2019 · 51mins
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2 | 2 Peter 1:3-4 Line by Line Bible study with Kevin Deyoung

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#BibleStudy #ExpositoryPreaching #KevinDeyoung

About your Teacher - Kevin Deyoung

A native of Jenison, Michigan, Kevin graduated from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, with a B.A. in religion. He earned his Master of Divinity degree at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts. He received his doctorate in Early Modern History at the University of Leicester in the UK. His research has focused on the theology of John Witherspoon, a Scottish-American Presbyterian theologian who was a founding father of the United States. Before accepting the call to lead Christ Covenant, Kevin served as pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan, Kevin is a member of the Council and blogs for The Gospel Coalition. He regularly speaks at churches, conferences, colleges, and seminaries in North America and overseas. He has published more than a dozen books for adults and children, including Just Do Something and The Biggest Story. His book, Crazy Busy: A Mercifully Short Book About a Big Problem, was named the 2014 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Book of the Year. In addition, Christianity Today has awarded Book of the Year honors to three of his books in 2009, 2010, and 2013. World Magazine named What Does the Bible Really Teach About Homosexuality? one of its 2015 Books of the Year. In addition to his primary responsibility as senior pastor at Christ Covenant Church, Kevin is an Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. He was formerly a Chancellor’s Professor for the Seminary. Kevin and his wife Trisha are the parents of eight children.

About 2 Peter

Since the time of the writing and sending his first letter, Peter had become increasingly concerned about false teachers who were infiltrating the churches in Asia Minor. Though these false teachers had already caused trouble, Peter expected that their heretical doctrines and immoral life-styles would result in more damage in the future. Thus Peter, in an almost last will and testament (1:13–15), wrote to warn the beloved believers in Christ about the doctrinal dangers they were facing. Peter does not explicitly say where he was when he wrote this letter, as he does in 1 Peter (1 Pet. 5:13). But the consensus seems to be that Peter wrote this letter from prison in Rome, where he was facing imminent death. Shortly after this letter was written, Peter was martyred, according to reliable tradition, by being crucified upside down (see note on John 21:18). Peter says nothing in the salutation about the recipients of this letter. But according to 3:2, Peter was writing another epistle to the same people to whom he wrote 1 Peter. In his first letter, he spelled out that he was writing “to the pilgrims of the Dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia” (1 Pet. 1:1). These provinces were located in an area of Asia Minor, which is modern Turkey. The Christians to whom Peter wrote were mostly Gentiles

100s more resources available at https://exposittheword.com/

Audio used with permission from Kevin Deyoung

Dec 01 2019 · 47mins
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The Power of the Cross: Justification | Kevin DeYoung at REVIVE 2019

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Today we're hearing again from one of our big top speakers from REVIVE 2019- Kevin DeYoung. Kevin was speaking on Justification as he preached from Isaiah 53:406, 10-12, & Romans 4:23-25

We'll have more from REVIVE 2019 in our next episode but why not check out the archive of talks from previous Co-Mission events. They're over at co-mission.org/podcast. 

Jul 23 2019 · 34mins
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