Theology Gals Rewind – Federal Vision: A Gospel Issue Part 2

Theology Gals Rewind – Federal Vision: A Gospel Issue Part 2

 

 

This week we revisit part 2 of our series on Federal Vision 

Episode Resources:

Resources On The Federal Vision Theology – Heidelblog 

For Those Just Tuning In: What Is The Federal Vision? R. Scott Clark 

Resources on Norman Shepherd – Heidelblog 

Background on the Curr Salvation Controversy by R. Scott Clark 

Salvation by Grace Alone Through Faith Alone in Christ Alone by Rachel Miller 

Back to the Reformed Confessions and Catechisms by Rachel Miller 

TRB 062 The Federal Vision Reformed Brotherhood Podcast 

“Reformed” is Definitely Enough:

A critique of Douglas Wilson’s book, “Reformed” is not Enough”

By Dr. C. Matthew McMahon

URCNA Report on the Federal Vision and Justification

OPC Report on Justification 

RCUS Study Committee on the Federal Vision’s Doctrine of Justification

Just In Time For Reformation Day: The Return Of The Federal Visionists (And Their Allies) by R. Scott Clark 

Heidelcast 131: The Heidelcast Is Back And So Is The Federal Vision

Timeline Snapshot of Justification Debate Brandon Adams 

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Theology Gals Rewind – Federal Vision: A Gospel Issue

Theology Gals Rewind – Federal Vision: A Gospel Issue

This week we revisit episode 1 of our two part series on Federal Vision. This episode addresses the history and doctrines of Federal Vision and how Federal Vision is a threat to the gospel.

Episode Resources:

Resources On The Federal Vision Theology – Heidelblog 

For Those Just Tuning In: What Is The Federal Vision? R. Scott Clark 

Resources on Norman Shepherd – Heidelblog 

Background on the Curr Salvation Controversy by R. Scott Clark 

Salvation by Grace Alone Through Faith Alone in Christ Alone by Rachel Miller 

Back to the Reformed Confessions and Catechisms by Rachel Miller 

TRB 062 The Federal Vision Reformed Brotherhood Podcast 

“Reformed” is Definitely Enough:

A critique of Douglas Wilson’s book, “Reformed” is not Enough”

By Dr. C. Matthew McMahon

URCNA Report on the Federal Vision and Justification

OPC Report on Justification 

RCUS Study Committee on the Federal Vision’s Doctrine of Justification

Just In Time For Reformation Day: The Return Of The Federal Visionists (And Their Allies) by R. Scott Clark 

Heidelcast 131: The Heidelcast Is Back And So Is The Federal Vision

Timeline Snapshot of Justification Debate Brandon Adams 

Women can join Theology Gals Facebook Group Theology Gals-Ladies Theology Discussion and Encouragement
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Part 2 Federal Vision: A Gospel Issue

Part 2 Federal Vision: A Gospel Issue

 

This is part 2 of our series on Federal Vision. In this episode we continue our discussion Federal Vision and respond to typical statements about the topic. 

Episode Resources:

Resources On The Federal Vision Theology – Heidelblog 

For Those Just Tuning In: What Is The Federal Vision? R. Scott Clark 

Resources on Norman Shepherd – Heidelblog 

Background on the Curr Salvation Controversy by R. Scott Clark 

Salvation by Grace Alone Through Faith Alone in Christ Alone by Rachel Miller 

Back to the Reformed Confessions and Catechisms by Rachel Miller 

TRB 062 The Federal Vision Reformed Brotherhood Podcast 

“Reformed” is Definitely Enough:

A critique of Douglas Wilson’s book, “Reformed” is not Enough”

By Dr. C. Matthew McMahon

URCNA Report on the Federal Vision and Justification

OPC Report on Justification 

RCUS Study Committee on the Federal Vision’s Doctrine of Justification

Just In Time For Reformation Day: The Return Of The Federal Visionists (And Their Allies) by R. Scott Clark 

Heidelcast 131: The Heidelcast Is Back And So Is The Federal Vision

Timeline Snapshot of Justification Debate Brandon Adams 

Women can join Theology Gals Facebook Group Theology Gals-Ladies Theology Discussion and Encouragement
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Federal Vision: A Gospel Issue

Federal Vision: A Gospel Issue


This week Coleen and Rachel discuss Federal Vision. In this part one episode, the ladies focus on the history and doctrines of Federal Vision and explain how Federal Vision is a threat to the gospel. 

Episode Resources:

Resources On The Federal Vision Theology – Heidelblog 

For Those Just Tuning In: What Is The Federal Vision? R. Scott Clark 

Resources on Norman Shepherd – Heidelblog 

Background on the Curr Salvation Controversy by R. Scott Clark 

Salvation by Grace Alone Through Faith Alone in Christ Alone by Rachel Miller 

Back to the Reformed Confessions and Catechisms by Rachel Miller 

“Reformed” is Definitely Enough:

A critique of Douglas Wilson’s book, “Reformed” is not Enough”

By Dr. C. Matthew McMahon

URCNA Report on the Federal Vision and Justification

OPC Report on Justification 

RCUS Study Committee on the Federal Vision’s Doctrine of Justification

Just In Time For Reformation Day: The Return Of The Federal Visionists (And Their Allies) by R. Scott Clark 

Heidelcast 131: The Heidelcast Is Back And So Is The Federal Vision

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You Who? Why Rachel Jankovic is Wrong on Identity with Kerry Baldwin


Theology Gals | Episode 113

On this episode Kerry Baldwin joins the gals to discuss Rachel Jankovic’s new book, You Who? They discuss themes from the book regarding philosophy, identity, theology, and the implications.

Episode Resources:

You Who? Why Rachel Jankovic is Wrong on Identity by Kerry Baldwin

Resources from Theology Gals episode on Rachel Jankovic’s errors concerning identity and obedience

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