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Ep# 299 Canons of Dordt: General Characteristics and The Issue of TULIP

Ep# 299 Canons of Dordt: General Characteristics and The Issue of TULIP

May 31, 2018

Continuing with our series on the Synod of Dordt,* Dr. Don Sinnema will take us through part 2 by describing some general characteristics of the Canons, as well as discussing the TULIP acronym. We will explore the overarching theological theme of the Canons. Its style, structure, and pastoral character. We will ask questions concerning whether it is a moderate or extreme form of Reformed Theology? Whether the TULIP is an accurate summary of the Canons? And why are the Canons significant to Reformed churches? We'll see if we can do this in a half hour. Don't miss this episode! 

*Check out Part 1 - Ep# 296 The Synod of Dordt, God's Sovereignty, & Man's Responsibility for a general overview of the Canons. Part 2 - Ep# 299 Canons of Dordt: General Characteristics and The Issue of TULIP where we discuss the style, structure, and pastoral nature of the canons and the TULIP. Part 3 - Ep# 305 Predestination in the Canons of Dordt: Reformed/Arminian Perspectives. Part 4 Ep# 316 Canons of Dordt and the Nature of Conversion where we discuss the nature of conversion in view of the canons. And finally, Part 5, Ep #326: The Synod of Dordt Project: Publishing the Documents of Dordt where we explore the historical documents, their much needed publishing, and their relevance.

 
Dr. Don Sinnema was born and raised in southern Alberta, Canada. He holds a Masters in Philosophy from the Institute for Christian Studies and a Ph.D. from St. Michael's College, University of Toronto where he completed his dissertation on the Synod of Dordt. He spent most of his career teaching at Trinity Christian College in the Southwest side of Chicago and is now retired, living in Holland, Michigan. He is one of three general editors, with a team of 45 contributing editors, to publish 10 volumes of all the documents of the Synod of Dordt (1618-19) in their original languages.

Ep# 298 The Road To Abolishing Abortion

Ep# 298 The Road To Abolishing Abortion

May 30, 2018

On this episode we talk to Tony Dipane about abortion and the road to abolishing abortion. Discussing the potential pitfalls of abortion ministry as well the importance of being a voice to voiceless in a culture death. What does the Bible say about abortion? Is it unloving to stand outside an abortion center and plead with the women going in? Some view that as unloving and harassment of women, claiming its their body and their choice. What about in the cases of rape, incest and health of the mother? Tony will share with us his story of how he became involved in ministering against abortion.

Ep #297 1689-Chapter 5: Of Divine Providence

Ep #297 1689-Chapter 5: Of Divine Providence

May 25, 2018

Hosted by:Ricky Gantz On this episode of G220 Radio we continue our series on the 1689 Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. We begin with Chapter 5: Of Divine Providence with PastorJosh Tinkham of Covenant Community Church-http://www.covenantcommunitychurchofnewark.com/-in the Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America- http://www.arbca.com/ Our goal with this series is to help you become more familiar with the 1689 Confession of Faith as we go through this series we will have a group Reformed Baptist Pastors who will take us through each chapter of the confession. Check out Chapter 5- http://www.arbca.com/1689-chapter5 If you have any questions  please email us at g220radio@gmail.com and we will do our best to make sure we ask your questions on the show in accordance with the chapter. 

Ep# 296 The Synod of Dordt, God’s Sovereignty, & Man’s Responsibility

Ep# 296 The Synod of Dordt, God’s Sovereignty, & Man’s Responsibility

May 23, 2018

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You've probably heard about the Westminster Confession written by the Westminster Assembly, the 1689 London Baptist Confession penned by Particular Baptists, and maybe, the Savoy Declaration that John Owen contributed to. But how much do you know about The Synod of Dordt? This gathering gets a bad reputation because of the many who use this time period with an ax to grind, not understanding the historical nuances. But this event was extremely important in Christian history. Join us as Dr. Don Sinnema takes us through a historical tour of The Synod of Dordt and shows us how central it is to understanding the discussion of God's sovereignty and man's responsibility, even between Calvinists. You don't want to miss this episode! 

*Check out Part 1 - Ep# 296 The Synod of Dordt, God's Sovereignty, & Man's Responsibility for a general overview of the Canons. Part 2 - Ep# 299 Canons of Dordt: General Characteristics and The Issue of TULIP where we discuss the style, structure, and pastoral nature of the canons and the TULIP. Part 3 - Ep# 305 Predestination in the Canons of Dordt: Reformed/Arminian Perspectives. Part 4 Ep# 316 Canons of Dordt and the Nature of Conversion where we discuss the nature of conversion in view of the canons. And finally, Part 5, Ep #326: The Synod of Dordt Project: Publishing the Documents of Dordt where we explore the historical documents, their much needed publishing, and their relevance.

Dr. Don Sinnema was born and raised in southern Alberta, Canada. He holds a Masters in Philosophy from the Institute for Christian Studies and a Ph.D. from St. Michael's College, University of Toronto where he completed his dissertation on the Synod of Dordt. He spent most of his career teaching at Trinity Christian College in the Southwest side of Chicago and is now retired, living in Holland, Michigan. He is one of three general editors, with a team of 45 contributing editors, to publish 10 volumes of all the documents of the Synod of Dordt (1618-19) in their original languages.

Ep# 295 Hermeneutics

Ep# 295 Hermeneutics

May 16, 2018

On this episode of G220 Radio, we will be discussing Hermeneutics....Hermen Who??? Yes Hermeneutics, which is such an important topic to discuss because many professing Christians today have never heard the term, let alone know what the principles of interpreting scriptures are.  One of the main reasons why so many today that call themselves Christians struggle and are lead into so many false teachings and misinterpretations of the Word of God is because they don't apply proper hermeneutics when study the scriptures. So be sure to tune in as Ricky Gantz, Mike Miller, & George Alvarado as we discuss Hermeneutics with our guest Christopher Williams

Ep# 294 Honoring Widows: An Interview w/ Susan Pollock

Ep# 294 Honoring Widows: An Interview w/ Susan Pollock

May 9, 2018

Susan Pollock is a saint in the Lord who has survived her husband, Bryan Pollock*, who planted Pilgrim Bible Church in Washington in 1999 (http://www.pilgrimbible.org/sof.shtml). She homeschools 9 beautiful children, and she ministers to other widows in the local church as well facilitates bible studies for young, married women. One interesting fact about Susan is that she is a natural descendant of the Pilgrims, John Alden & Priscilla Mullins. Yes, the ones that travelled to Plymouth, Massachusetts. Susan enjoys traveling, fellowshipping with Christians, and spending time with her children. But she also has a desire for serving the local church and ministering to widows. This is truly one of many unpopular ministries within the western church, and some within the body may not be aware of the need. Thankfully, Susan has had the blessing to be supported and taken care by her local church, but we seek to interview her in the hopes of learning from her about how to biblically approach the subject of widows You don’t want to miss this episode! *For more on Bryan Pollock, you can listen to his sermons here: https://bit.ly/2H3hXMo, or link to the blog Susan was writing when her husband was ill https://bryanpollock.blogspot.com. Bryan Pollock was a graduate of Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, Oregon where earned a Master of Divinity in 1987. After a year-long internship in Canada, he began his first pastorate at Bethesda Baptist Church in Tacoma, Washington. After a more than ten-year-long ministry, during which time the Holy Spirit began stirring Bryan in Reformed directions, he was called away from Bethesda to begin a new work, Pilgrim Bible Church, in 1999. In November of 2009, after a battle with colon cancer, the Lord took Bryan home to be with Him.

Ep# 293 Basil, Calvin and The Holy Spirit

Ep# 293 Basil, Calvin and The Holy Spirit

May 2, 2018

Ep# 293 Basil, Calvin and The Holy Spirit On this episode of G220 Radio we will be looking at the Holy Spirit through the eyes of Basil the Great and John Calvin. Mike has been studying this out and has written a paper on this topic for one of his seminary classes and will be sharing with us what he has learned of their views on The Holy Spirit. Getting an unerstanding of the views held by these two men are important and can be helpful for us, even today, as we deal with Jehovah Witnesses and Oneness Pentecostals, who have a wrong view of God. Be sure to tune in at 9 pm EST  Find out more about G220 Radio on our website at: http://www.g220ministries.com Help us out by sharing this link with others on your social media sites, and also be sure to go and rate and review us on our Facebook page and on iTunes and follow us on Twitter. Send us your feedback at g220radio@gmail.com

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