I’m launching the All Truth is God’s Truth Podcast. In God’s creation, all truth belongs to Him. All truth is from the Father, through the Son, and by the Holy Spirit. Therefore, as Christians, we must connect all truth back to our Triune God in light of His inerrant word, and His creating, sustaining, and redeeming work.
I plan to post 2-4 shows per week depending on my schedule. Most shows will be around 30 minutes. You can subscribe to my podcast feed here: All Truth is God’s Truth
I’ve included a two shows below:
1) The first show is five minutes long. Do you think you’re called to ministry? Here are “10 Reasons Why Ministry is Not for the Faint of Heart.”
You can download this episode by right-clicking here “10 Reasons Why Ministry is Not for the Faint of Heart” and saving the file to your hard drive.
2) The second show is 1 hour, 10 minutes, and 33 seconds long.
Within eight years of the founding of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC), two friends who would prove to be the most important orthodox Reformed apologists of the 20th Century—Cornelius Van Til and Gordon Clark—became embroiled in a controversy. The debate centered on the doctrine of the incomprehensibility of God—specifically, the relationship between God’s knowledge and man’s knowledge. In this show, I argue that the Gordon Clark and Cornelius Van Til controversy was necessary because Clark’s doctrine of the incomprehensibility of God—when taken to its consistent end—led him to deny the Christology of the Reformed Faith.
I hope you enjoy and benefit greatly from this podcast! Remember to subscribe to my podcast feed here: All Truth is God’s Truth.
You can download this podcast by right-clicking here: “The Gordon Clark and Cornelius Van Til Controversy” and saving the file to your hard drive.
The research paper that this podcast is based on is available here in .pdf form: The Gordon Clark and Cornelius Van Til Controversy. You can click it to open it in your browser, or you can right-click it and save it to your hard drive. Download it while you can. When I submit this paper to academic journals, it will no longer be available for download.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask.