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US manufacturing activity grows in November

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00:40 sec | 16 hrs ago

US manufacturing activity grows in November

"A a fresh fresh report report on on the the economy economy contains contains some some better better than than expected expected data data the the institute institute for for supply supply management's management's latest latest gauge gauge shows shows manufacturing manufacturing activity activity grew grew at at an an even even faster faster pace pace in in November November as as companies companies try try to to keep keep up up with with demand demand amid amid ongoing ongoing supply supply shortages shortages and and delays delays the the I. I. S. S. M. M. index index rose rose to to sixty sixty one one point point one one any any reading reading above above fifty fifty indicates indicates growth growth new new orders orders production production and and employment employment all all picked picked up up the the many many respondents respondents noted noted they're they're still still struggling struggling to to higher higher elevated elevated demand demand also also has has companies companies struggling struggling to to keep keep their their inventory inventory stocked stocked that that reading reading was was at at twenty twenty five five point point one one the the manufacturing manufacturing sector sector has has recorded recorded eighteen eighteen straight straight months months of of growth growth I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Grizzlies win 2nd straight without Morant, top Raptors 98-91

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00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Grizzlies win 2nd straight without Morant, top Raptors 98-91

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Allen and Markkanen lead Cavaliers past Mavericks 114-96

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00:40 sec | 2 d ago

Allen and Markkanen lead Cavaliers past Mavericks 114-96

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Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

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00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Oakland mayor seeks to reverse police cuts amid crime spike

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting open open California's California's mayor mayor seeks seeks to to reverse reverse police police cuts cuts amid amid a a crime crime spike spike Oakland Oakland California California mayor mayor Libby Libby Schaaf Schaaf said said Monday Monday she'll she'll push push to to reverse reverse planned planned cuts cuts to to the the city's city's police police department department as as homicides homicides and and other other violent violent spike spike in in the the city city shops shops announcement announcement came came after after a a weekend weekend that that saw saw three three people people killed killed raising raising to to one one hundred hundred twenty twenty seven seven the the number number of of homicides homicides in in Oakland Oakland so so far far this this year year in in the the wake wake of of the the police police killing killing of of George George Floyd Floyd in in Minneapolis Minneapolis the the progress progress of of Oakland Oakland city city council council voted voted in in June June to to cut cut eighteen eighteen million million dollars dollars from from the the police police department department and and shift shift money money to to programs programs designed designed to to prevent prevent street street crime crime and and address address homelessness homelessness other other liberal liberal cities cities that that joined joined to to the the dhi dhi fond fond of of the the police police movement movement are are also also having having second second thoughts thoughts earlier earlier this this month month the the city city council council in in Portland Portland Oregon Oregon unanimously unanimously passed passed a a fall fall budget budget that that included included increasing increasing the the police police budget budget by by five five point point two two million million dollars dollars hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Stocks sink on new COVID variant; Dow loses 905 points

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

Stocks sink on new COVID variant; Dow loses 905 points

"The new coronavirus variant first detected in South Africa has sent financial markets tumbling I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the numbers New York Stock Exchange closed early on the Friday after thanksgiving just as word was coming from the World Health Organization the new variant of covert nineteen Omicron is a highly transmissible virus of concern with cases being discovered in Hong Kong Belgium in Tel Aviv as well as major south African cities like Johannesburg worry spread that it could reverse progress toward getting the pandemic under control travel and energy stocks were among the biggest losers as the S. and P. five hundred fell two point three percent its worst day since February the Dow lost nine hundred and five points to two point five percent and the nasdaq composite had its worst drop in two months meanwhile the price of oil saw its biggest decline since early in the pandemic falling about thirteen percent I'm Ben Thomas

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Stephen Curry's Warriors get past Seth Curry's 76ers, 116-96

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00:44 sec | Last week

Stephen Curry's Warriors get past Seth Curry's 76ers, 116-96

"The warriors had a thirty nine point swing as they trailed the seventy Sixers by nineteen points in the first half but got it going after halftime and go on to win by twenty points one sixteen ninety six Stephan curry had game highs with twenty five points and ten assists with the switching got stops made in take tough shots especially second half internet in offense and unlock the game for so you know pretty impressive just energy known let that happen now after the first quarter curry made six of eleven three pointers Andrew Wiggins had nineteen for Golden State which has won five in a row Steph's younger brother Seth curry led Philly with twenty four points rhyming on San Francisco

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Booker scores 35, Suns win 14th straight, beat Cavs 120-115

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00:42 sec | Last week

Booker scores 35, Suns win 14th straight, beat Cavs 120-115

"The sons of stretch their winning streak to fourteen games is Devin Booker and Chris Paul carried them to a one twenty one fifteen victory at Cleveland Booker finished with thirty five points and Paul hit four free throws over the final eight point eight seconds to help Phoenix keep the winning streak alive Paul finished with seventeen points and twelve assists we try not to get too high try not to get too low and we control we control and we we talk about everything you know what I like no I no guessing you know how this guy feels and it's it's nice to be with a group like you they'll McGee added thirteen points and twelve rebounds in twenty minutes off the bench the Cavaliers dropped their fifth in a row despite Jared Allen's twenty five points and eleven rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports

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Knicks recover to beat Lakers team missing suspended James

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Knicks recover to beat Lakers team missing suspended James

"The next wasted a twenty five point lead before Immanuel Quickley nailed four three pointers in the final period bailing out New York in a victory over the Lakers one oh six one hundred we came out ready to play and then they made some adjustments so we need it you know we know that we're gonna be ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand that and you know we need to get away so credits Argos Julius Randle added twenty points sixteen rebounds and five assists for the next despite foul trouble Evan Fournier scored twenty six to lead the Knicks Russell Westbrook had thirty one points thirteen rebounds and ten assists for LA which played while lebron James served a one game suspension for his altercation in Sunday's win over the pistons I'm Dave Ferrie

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Jackson's big finish helps Grizzlies edge Jazz, 119-118

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00:39 sec | Last week

Jackson's big finish helps Grizzlies edge Jazz, 119-118

"The Grizzlies scored the game's final seven points to stun the jazz one nineteen one eighteen Memphis was down by two when jaren Jackson junior won a jump ball from Rudy go bear then drained a game winning three ball with five point seven seconds left which made coach Taylor Jenkins a happy man our guys competed you know unbelievable game full forty eight minutes we just kept fighting our guys your state boys executed what we need to do captrust in a game plan trust our teammates recorded big wins and Joe Moran was game high with thirty two points for the Grizzlies who have won three of four as for the jazz the defeat snaps a three game win streak I'm Bruce Morton

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Deere workers approve 3rd contract offer, will end strike

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00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Deere workers approve 3rd contract offer, will end strike

"Striking workers approve a new contract with John Deere some ten thousand John Deere workers members of the United auto workers union approved a new six year contract that includes a ten percent raise and eighty five hundred dollar ratification bonuses the deal also calls for five percent raises in years three and five and three percent bonuses in years to four and six and preserves a pension option for new employees makes workers eligible for health insurance sooner and no premium health insurance coverage the vote ends a strike to begin October fourteenth dear has predicted it could see record annual profits as high as five point nine billion dollars when it releases its earnings report later this month unions in general are more inclined at this time to ask for more because of the ongoing worker shortages and long hours workers have been putting in during the pandemic I'm timid wire

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Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105

"The heater and a one eleven one oh five win over the jazz behind Tyler heroes twenty seven points and eight rebounds Duncan Robinson nailed six three pointers and added twenty two points Kyle Lowry had twenty one is Miami swept the season series and snaps a three game skid you taught me to close by scoring eighteen straight in the fourth quarter boy am Bogdanovich delivered nineteen of his twenty six points in the final period and Jordan Clarkson finished with twenty five points the jazz have dropped four of five since opening the season seven and one I'm Dave Ferrie

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Lakers rally late in regulation, hold off Heat 120-117 in OT

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Lakers rally late in regulation, hold off Heat 120-117 in OT

"Playing without injured star lebron James the Lakers were still able to beat the heat in overtime one twenty to one seventeen coach Frank Vogel love the effort has agree firemen were on a man's you know we're learning each other I get a really good team some some would say the best in the illegal Bethany's and your guys competed Malik monk scored a Laker high twenty seven points Russell Westbrook had a twenty five point triple double and Anthony Davis netted twenty four band at a bio led Miami with twenty eight points Tyler hero came off the bench to score twenty seven mark Myers Los Angeles

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Coach K wins Garden finale as Duke tops Kentucky 79-71

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00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Coach K wins Garden finale as Duke tops Kentucky 79-71

"Duke ranked ninth in the AP's preseason college basketball poll tipped off the new season with a seventy nine seventy one victory over temporary Kentucky in the second game of champions classic at Madison Square Garden number three Kansas won the opener eighty seven seventy four of a Michigan state the blue devils were led by two freshman guard Trevor kills topped all scorers with twenty five points well forward Paulo bunker and a twenty two to begin March the subsidies final season as dukes head coach in the earlier game Kansas road senior ocio barges twenty nine points to a win over the Spartans Tom Mariam New York

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Antetokounmpo, Allen lead Bucks past short-handed 76ers

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00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Antetokounmpo, Allen lead Bucks past short-handed 76ers

"Yes intent to Cooper provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box in a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia Grayson Allen scored twenty five points and hit a key three pointer late in the fourth quarter Bobby Portis added nineteen points for the NBA champions or back at five hundred after winning for just the second time in seven games Tyrese Maxey scored thirty one points for the seventy Sixers who played without four time all star Joe well indeed for the second straight game Philly has dropped two straight since a six game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 17 Buckeyes need late layup to beat Akron 67-66

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00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

No. 17 Buckeyes need late layup to beat Akron 67-66

"Akron was poised to knock off an Ohio rival before said key drained a layup in the final seconds giving seventeenth ranked Ohio state a sixty seven sixty six triumph over the zips E. jail Adele carried the Buckeyes with twenty five points and eleven rebounds he was the only other Buckeye to score in double figures finishing with fourteen Akron got back in the game after trailing by eight at halftime Ali Ali converted a four point play to put the zips up sixty six sixty five with six seconds left Ali had a team high seventeen points one more than K. J. Walton I'm Dave Ferrie

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Nuggets' Jokic ejected for shoving Heat's Morris

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00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Nuggets' Jokic ejected for shoving Heat's Morris

"Necro yoke which registered a triple double leading the nuggets past the heat one thirteen to ninety six in addition to his twenty five points fifteen rebounds and ten assists your coach's resume included an objection for a retaliatory shove of Miami's Markieff Morris street in about a month me and are like noses Lucas making I think it's eight was a dirty play and then I just need to to protect myself both players were given a flagrant foul two before being tossed from the game Denver led by fifteen at the break before going up by as much as twenty three Jimmy Butler's thirty one points for game high for Miami which lost for only the second time in eight games Bruce

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Knicks erase 21-point deficit, beat Bucks 113-98

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00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Knicks erase 21-point deficit, beat Bucks 113-98

"The next trail thirty eight seventeen in the first quarter before rallying for a one thirteen ninety eight victory at Milwaukee New York took control by outscoring the box sixty nine forty five over the second and third quarters sending Milwaukee to its fourth loss in five games Julius Randle had thirty two points and twelve rebounds to pace the Knicks Derrick rose had twenty three points off the bench and R. J. Barrett added twenty Jennison tend to Kubo had twenty five points to lead Milwaukee while Grayson Allen had a season high twenty two the box again were without center brook Lopez and forward Khris Middleton I'm the ferry

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"five point" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"five point" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You need to get up into into the front of the pack, and the problem for most employees is they treat their careers just like jellyfish. Floating in the currents of their current company, and whatever happens, happens, and usually what ends up happening at some point is they get laid off so employees? 5.0 is a person who takes charge of their career. They're not floating there out there. What's the next step I need to do? Well, I need to be doing to be successful here. And how do I get to the next step? And so that said, using your metaphor of the jellyfish. I'm curious about the impetus of the book where you just surrounded and you know, drowning at all these jellyfish and he said, I gotta help these guys and gals. You know, it's funny charity. What I have found over the years is these people are just they're floating. And so they don't have direction And when they come to see me to find a job, what I'm able to do is to help them determine their direction and then takes the solid steps forward. I guess from your perspective, he said yourself, all right. I want to help him and I know you wrote you have another book prior to this. So talk a little bit of bacon. Are they continue waiting books or we're kind of you know, what was the genesis of this specifically is the compares to your first boat. So my first book was written. It actually started as a number of blog's in 2009. So during that big recession, and I knew that people just just because I've worked with him so long, I knew that they didn't know how to go about finding a job. So I wrote Recruiter Guy's guide to finding a job which was a lot smaller, but I just want to get it out and get people. Engaged in finding a job. Employees. Five point of secrets of the successful job search and New World order. I wrote and put a lot more detail into it and then wrote it from the perspective. Hey, stop being a jellyfish Take charge of your career. All right. And tell us a little bit more about this new world order before I I read it. I thought I had an inkling into what you meant. But in your own words, how would you describe it? Well, it is a new world order, you know. Human resource is Employees, artificial intelligence or you see, it is a I everywhere nowadays. To screen candidates out. And the problem is, there are top talent in their applicant tracking system. But since that top talent in the resumes, they're not using the exact same words. As a poorly written job description used, they never get chosen. Right, right? Yeah. And you talk about you said that talent attraction mirrors What you call the sales process perfectly. So talk about sort of that overlap. Well, it zapresic matches. You go down through it, So the first step is to identify on the sales process identifying need on the recruiting or Job search process. It's This is our need, You know, either the job or a new person. And you go down through it Step by step. And you'll find that every step mirrors the sales process and sourcing for sales. Lots of times. That's networking. You sell a product to a company and then you say, Who else do you think needs our product and then you network as resolved. The best way to find a job is through networking, and you're doing the same thing You're talking to people and saying, Who do you feel? I should speak with next. So the process mirrors perfectly. When did you have that? Ah ha moment. I mean, is this something that developed over the course of your 39 years. Come on now. You're really Lindsay Bitcoin Boomer. Hello. Welcome to the Bitcoin for boomers show. I'm your host, Gary Leland. Yes, I have a boomer. And yes, I like Bitcoin. Yes, I have a big claim Mover. So hopefully your boomer and hopefully you like Bitcoin, or hopefully you just like Bitcoin. I don't care if your boomer or not,.

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"five point" Discussed on Newscast - Africa

Newscast - Africa

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on Newscast - Africa

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"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

Theocast - Reformed Theology

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

"That's not the point. The point is you can't do this the young man thought he'd kept the law. Jesus was like you haven't and I'm going to show you haven't in the fact that you need what standing in front of you need me, right? That's the point of that passage. And so that's a great maybe illustration sort of those of the law gospel distinction that we're pointing to yeah. Yep. I would say this happens a lot in scripture where you see commands and you see instructions and I would even say there are many times when Jesus is asked what must I do to be saved or Sinners come to him certainly and he doesn't give them gospel gospel is the good news that Jesus Christ saves Sinners by his work alone. When Jesus says You must do this work, that's not good. That's bad news right to to leave father and mother and force a call and follow me is not good news. That's bad news because no one can do that not on their own not fully not completely it always requires God's power to accomplish it. So we would say we have to be we have to be careful. I would say also where you see a collapsing of the law. The gospel is when we see obedience passages when we see when we are called to obey which were at this is going to lead into our next section of the third uses three uses of the law when we are called to a pig Do these things as church or even we would say the moral law that's brought over. If you don't if you understand to do those unto salvation, you are now collapsing the law of requirement and the gospel wage. So those who have been saved Paul tells us there's no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus by faith. We have all the benefits of Christ Our Union with Christ being adopted as children. We are safe there is there's nothing that can separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus. Now being a part of family of God, there are ways in which we are to conduct ourselves and we are told that these things are important and if we don't conduct ourselves in these ways that the church has a structure called church discipline we were to go in and lovingly care for each other bring each other back under this loving kindness that God has but you can never wage or look at obedience being either the result of or the requirement of your salvation. You have just collapsed good news and law the law and the good news of the gospel song. Always have to be separate. Otherwise salvation is by works in some form whether it's keeping salvation or earning salvation. Yeah, John, I want to use a term really quickly that I hope will wage will be clarifying four people. There are there are people who mean well their intentions are good. We would never impugn their motivations who we would call biblicist. So who wants to take the Bible seriously on its own terms, but often what they end up doing is introducing a mystery and attention into scripture where it does not exist. So a biblicist would take things that are clearly taught in the Bible somewhat picked up against each other for example on the one hand. We are saved by grace through faith in Christ alone, but on the other hand, we will go to hell if we do these certain things. So for the biblicist, it's like well the mystery is how both of these things could be true and we would say, well actually there's not a mystery there what has happened is you have collapsed categories and you have confused categories of Law and gospel. And so that that law gospel distinction that we've been talking about can help us understand that very thing how we're saved by grace through faith in Christ alone and yet the writers in New Testament wage like the sexually immoral not inherit the kingdom of God this has everything to do with that distinction between the law and gospel but also with respect to the three uses of the law and how they have been historical defined all of that can bring a lot of clarity and a lot of relief for people in a greater understanding of what what's being talked about in scripture. So we plan over in the members podcast to define the three choices of the law as they have been historically understood and we plan to talk about our fifth point of reformed theology, which is an ordinary means of Grace understanding of the Christian Life and even of the month growth and sanctification in.

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"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

Theocast - Reformed Theology

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

"Any command that has given in particular when we are told to do something wrong or a reward do this and you will live that's law. So in a simple way do is law but then when we are told in scripture to make the distinction of things that have been done for us by Jesus that's gospel. So when it comes to law we do things for reward when it comes to gospel we received what has been done for us by faith. So that distinction is critical as you've already alluded to for a number of reasons. And so yeah, the the law says do this and live the gospel song. Jesus has done it now live in him. And so that's a I would add to that. Yeah, right and I would add to that when it's law it's not best effort. It's not Above the Rest. It's not it's perfect. Right more often more good it right the law demands absolute perfection from the beginning to the end without failure ever. So it's not eventually you get there. It has to be from day one right off. We see this in a couple of ways pointedly in the Bible. I mean, first of all that Covenant of works that God made with Adam we saw that one transgression wrecked it it was over trying but they think about Jesus in The Sermon on the Mount when he says that to his audience that their righteousness needs to exceed that of the Pharisees and the scribes who were phenomenal at keeping the law least outwardly. He applies the law to the hearts of people right by especially illustrating that with adultery and murder and what the command says, but I tell you that in your heart if you're not keeping the boss. Then you've broken the law and then he says toward the end of Matthew Chapter 5 that you must be perfect as your heavenly father is perfect. And so you're exactly right. The law does not get on a curve. It is all or nothing. You will keep it perfectly or you will face judgment. And yeah, I mean that's critical for for our understanding of of what the law requires and what the law is in scripture over and against what the gospel provides right? I would say to the gospel. We have to clarify the gospel gospel is good news. And the good news is that this goes back to our understanding of how God Saves The Gospel is the good news that God Saves Sinners by his Sovereign will and decree buried his power that he comes in and he changes their heart. He brings them from Death to life which the promise of the New Covenant the promise of the New Covenant is that God will come in and rip out there hotter Stone. Todd will put in a heart of Flesh and then God will put the law on their hearts and he will cause them to walk in it. The good news is that God Saves Sinners and then he calls them to come him. The good news is that you can be saved by God and the good the only requirement that is put upon the sinner. There's one requirement and that requirement is to believe right word and some would even say well no John repentance is a requirement. Go ahead Justin. No, I was just going to say that you hear the language these days of the demands of the gospel and what the gospel requires us. And we do we want to scream from the rooftops. Like there's one believe trust that's right to receive. Yeah. So when we were going to say gospel repentance, yeah, right. So we hear gospel we need to hear God is saving Sinners. There's there's you can't save yourself cuz what that's Paul says is that the law becomes a mirror for us. It's for us to look into and see our sin and see where we have failed God and see where we need a savior. So the law can never save long has never saved anyone nor was it ever designed to save anyone because you're born in Adam a sinner the law cannot redeem you the law was designed to show you how much you need Jesus. So the gospel then Proclaim to you when you hear the gospel Bible says the spirit does his work he transforms your heart you then believed you then repent then you then become the follower of Jesus Christ where he now is your slave. I'm sorry. You're a his slave and he is your master, which is a great news, which means since June Onew no more. Nothing can own, you know more because you are owned by the gracious kind loving savior who is now your Master's so that's the good news of the Gospel. Now when we stock a law gospel distinction Justin, maybe we need to give an illustration of where those get mixed and how we have to keep them apart. Sure. Maybe a brief thought on repentance really quickly John. I mean the vehicle word for that cuz would you you mentioned it earlier. I just want to clarify the Biblical word. Metanoia is it literally means a change of mind and to be very clear repentance is something that God does for us he does to us. He repents us. We don't repent ourselves but the change of mind well, what's it about it's about God and about ourselves and what God requires and where we stand before him what we need and the law is a big piece of how God repents us because we're going to try a minute God crushes us with the law and what it requires we are ruined by wage. And then we are driven to Christ in Repentance and faith. I would contend that biblically speaking repentance and Faith are they go together? You can't separate the two because it is off a piece of what God is doing in us. He repents us and grants us Faith. So our law gospel distinction, you said, you know, maybe give an example of how these things are collapsed or confused. There are many things that we could get. I'm happy to give a scriptural example. Like that's what I mean. That is often abused great. Yeah. So the best one that I can think of John and we've mentioned this before but many people may not have heard us talk about it before is the Rich Young Ruler the Rich Young Man where this this man comes to Jesus. He's a Jew and he asks Jesus, you know in Matthews account. He literally says off work must I do to inherit eternal life in Luke's account. He just says what must I do to inherit eternal life in Jesus looks at him and he says, well you keep the Commandments and then he lists wage. Several of them and the young man says, well, I've done that. done that since I was a youth and then Jesus responds by saying well one thing I you still lack sell everything you have give it to the poor come and follow me and the young man goes away dejected sorrowful. Well what's going on there? What is going on is that this man thinks he has kept the law and what Jesus does in saying to him sell everything. You don't give it to the poor come follow me. He is asking this map to prove his love for God and his love for neighbor cuz the law of God is summed up in what love the Lord your God with all heart soul mind and strength love your neighbor as yourself when Jesus asks this young man. Tuja Groove that he can't it crushes him. Jesus has turned up the temperature. He has dumped the full weight of the law on this young man's conscience. And this young man is undone. Now, the disciples hear this and and see what's going on. And remember in their minds think Covenant with Israel, right? God bless his own people with riches and possessions and the like for their obedience to the law. Because that's what God had done in his National Covenant with Israel. And so they're thinking my goodness. This man has wealth. This means he's obedient. This means that he's lived a good life Jesus if he can't be saved who can be saved in Christ says well with man, it's impossible. But with God, it's possible. Well, the way that this text is often preached on I've heard this a bunch of times. I'm sure you have to write is unique to surrender all you need to be willing to surrender everything and then follow Christ. If you're going to be saved there's this qualifier put on saving Faith like you've got to be willing to do what that young man was not.

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"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

Theocast - Reformed Theology

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

"Primarily with your life your disciplines your performance and Christ, of course is there and he's assumed wage but he is not often times the foreground emphasis focus and that's something that confessionalism does as well. When a Christian first comes to life and Thursday didn't grow up in the church. They don't have any biblical knowledge that the Bible is is full of wonder and it's full of glory and it's full of confusion to those who have no idea how to fix it and you can start reading it and before you know, they're going to Siri say Hey Siri, why does God hate everybody in the Old Testament and what's with shaving the corner of their beards and long? What's with all of the dead animals just this book. That's what ends up happening within the second chapter II book They're Deuteronomy is what happened here and our sorry third bucks. So what month? Questions do for the new believer is that it has them in a historic document that has been verified. Yeah from scripture you these aren't documents that are above scripture. They are the explanation of scripture and they have been I would say clarified in affirmed for hundreds of years. Now that this is what we collectively say and agree that the word of God teaches and the way I use it. It has been in my own church as I tell people take this home because if you have questions about who is God, how does he save? What is sanctification? What is the church? What is baptism took the Lord's table? What is church discipline? How do we understand church membership? All of these are going to be given in a simple paragraph explanations with versus underneath them to help you understand collectively how it is that we should know who God is and then how we should live with one another and how we should govern our lives in that way. Otherwise you're dead. Up to all kinds of interpretation of gods of God's word. So the confessions of what I would say help give us bumpers to keep us moving in the right direction through God's word that we don't end up being, you know home Heretics and that's another word right? We're trapped out in yeah confessional theology in that sense. John is just Jude three, you know, it's a passing down of the faith once for all delivered to the Saints and it's right and you're exactly right the confessions provide for us. They took to talk the field theologically their guard rails, like you said to keep us from heading into the ditches and I think they are also a great lesson for us in understanding that the ology is best done corporately not individually and this is something that is prevalent in our day where people are not as confessional but then what they end up doing is they end up following the doctrine or Theology of one man or the doctrine of Theology one Church. You know, I'm a I'm a I'm a follower of this person or I like this guy's theology or this guy wrote that book and it you know, it is basically the framework through which I understand things now, that's that's a lot more precarious in dangerous. Than it is to look back to like you said documents that were produced by oftentimes large groups of people that have stood the test of time, you know, and just maybe last, before we transition to to our next piece when we say confessional underneath that that maybe is even more foundational historically would be you know, creedal we are creedal Christiansburg. Well and meaning that we adhere to the ancient Creeds of the church, which the three ancient Creed's that we would adhere to most notably are the Apostles Creed the Nicene Creed in the athanasian Creed black and that's where we have overlapped with any, you know, Orthodox Christian throughout history would have a throws Creeds and then we have specific confessions that might distinguish us from you know, our Presbyterian brothers or our Lutheran brothers are Anglican brothers and sisters et cetera. But yeah, it's it's useful stuff that keeps us safe and you know guards us off. From error brother. So we've gone through the first three three C's have been covered calvinistic theology covenant. Theology confessional. Theology are all a piece of what it means to be reformed. What would we say next month if we were trying to explain to somebody who's new to this? Yeah, and I would say since we've hit this point on confessionalism. All four other points are seen in our confession so much of what pulled out. Yeah, so I would say the confession really does help provide for us to calvinistic coven dental and now I'm going to say the next to which our law gospel distinction an ordinary means so all of these you will see throughout scripture the confession points these out for you that God is Sovereign in Salvation that he had complices through governmental ISM and or through college students and there is a distinct understanding between the law and the gospel and then the way in which the church interacts with that is what we call through ordinary means so we we get this from our confessions home. Specifically the reform Confections which you know belgic Westminster 1689 would be the ones that we would would see those in Savoy declaration would fit there too. But yeah Savoy exactly Savoy declaration as well. So long gospel distinction is I think one of the most important parts of understanding the Bible because there is more confusion that happens when it comes down to the law and the gospel and a lot of pietism in a lot of people who are in bondage to legalism happens when we don't fully understand how the Bible has been structured home as a message of Law and a message of gospel. So just to give us us a quick definition of both those so then we can explain where possibly those are mixed in scripture and then we'll talk about the three uses of the law after that. Sounds good, man. When we say law we are talking about anything in Scripture that we are told to.

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"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

Theocast - Reformed Theology

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

"That's our monthly membership that gives you access to all of our material that we've produced over the last four years or simply by donating to our ministry and you can do that by going to our website via cast. Org. We hope that you enjoy the rest of conversation. Yeah, we would say here at Theo cast and and according to the 1689 that the promises of the Covenant of Grace are given to us. In fact if in Abraham and then and you see it in most in Moses and David then the profits but the actual establishment of it is in the New Covenant and this is where you hear Paul referencing that we are part of, Georgia. New Covenant where we are regenerate the spirit lives within us we now have Union with Christ now, there's just to throw a hat out there. There are a slight differences between covenant theology. But I would say everything up to this point are paid. All Baptists Presbyterian brothers would agree with us. There's a coming of redemption theirs by Covenant because of work coming Grace when it comes down to the final application. Some of those there is historically been some differences will leave that for another time another podcast, but I would say that structure of understanding the Bible which is the most important thing to understand. I understand the Bible from a covenant or perspective the unfolding story of God saving Sinners through the story of redemption. That is what defines it as something that's very different than what's out there historically speaking in in the world. There's a lot of other systems out there some of them more popular than others, but we would say when say reformed we believe when you approach scriptures. Her leads you to this it's just pulled straight out of the text. We believe in a historic understanding of scripture you look at the grammar. And from that we see that there is this flow of Covenant. So I'm not putting upon the text. We are arguing it's coming from the text it flows out of it. That's right. Absolutely. So if number one was calvinistic theology in terms of wage our five points of reformed theology one is Calvinism. The second is covenant theology. The third we would contend is is a confessional perspective confessional theology. So John, why don't you kick us off with some thoughts on what it means to be confessional. Well, sometimes when people hear this they think well the you have the there's an authority that's greater than the bike. So we you aren't a solar you're not Sola scriptura you're you aren't believing in the Bible of loan that you have to have another document that governs you and we want to clarify that job. All I held that position when I was very young and Bible College, you know, it was no Creed. But Christ, I think even used that phrase. You know, all confessions are are just smaller smaller Catholic documents that just, you know, there are not needed anymore. And and so we tossed them all aside and what we did when you toss all of the historic faith that has gone before aside you don't realize the pool that you're swimming in and often people step off into the deep end and up drowning in heresy. So confessions are all come out of heresy. Actually that they're de fighting back against wage the wrong on biblical doctrines that have have come up throughout the ages and the confessions are designed to help give what we would say Unified answer to this historic understanding of Christian doctrine. Now there I would say is primary most important. You cannot deny. If you do deny, you're not a Christian you're not Evangelical and then there are secondary home. Enter we would say third level or tertiary is a word that's used there where you're going to have the different confessions disagree a little bit here. But this is where I would pull in our Lutheran brothers that they are confessional if they fit into this a very historically they they also fought a lot of the battles that we as the reformed had fought defining the nature of the Gospel defining the nature of justification and sanctification, man, we stand arm-in-arm with them. So that would be the quick definition as far as historically And Then There are a different would say prominent confession suggest and let you let you jump in there and kind of talk about what those are and how they apply to our context today. Yeah, man, you made some good points there, even the fact that heresy is what usually gives rise to confessions because Theology and Doctrine need to be clarified in terms of what is orthodox versus what is heterodox. What's false Doctrine? So a lot of times I think a misconception about confessional theology people assume that all we mean by that is that wage, Adhering to a historic and historic confession of faith and certainly it does mean that but it is more than just simply using a confession, you know in our churches is a perspective in a posture where we understand that at the heart of the Christian Life is is truth in a set of doctrines and Truth claims that are to be trusted and rest faith in and all of those doctrines and Truth claims that need to be trusted and rested in Center on Jesus Christ. They Center on his person and his work what he has accomplished in our place the name of redemption the nature of Salvation And it is it's a very objective perspective where we are objective meaning it stands unaffected outside of us. We are looking always outside of ourselves to say what's wrong in US versus looking Inward and hoping to find our you know, the ground of our Assurance in our peace there. We are looking outside dog. Ourselves, we're not looking inward to transformation and things like that primarily and it is also a perspective that is grounded in something that is finished. So in that sense, we'll use the word declarative a lot of times. It's something to be declared. It's it's over like salvation is done. It's so done that Jesus is sitting down in heaven and he's going to come back for us. And so we are not concerned primarily with what we need to be doing in order to be retained. We are concerned with what do we need to be trusting in and receiving that Christ has done that has accomplished our Redemption and so it's a fundamentally different orientation and it's a different focus in a different posture that would describe confessional theology versus what is more the norm. I think we should say the norm in right in the evangelicalism certainly in the church in the west is is a more pietistic perspective at pietism is something we talked about a lot here where the focus off..

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"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

Theocast - Reformed Theology

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

"See where there's this, you know, quick introduction before the movie begins and ends of injured stores. Yeah. It's the Montage and so before you read Genesis chapter 1 you need to know that there's a conversation that happened between the Father Son and spirit where there was a promise made and these promises were made between the father and the son that the father would deem he would respect for himself a chosen people that he would save them from their sins and the sun would come and the son committed to the father to obey the will which is to be the replacement to sacrifice and righteousness needed in, New Jersey. Dorothy speaking we have been this is what the reformers would say is what we call the Covenant of redemption. It's a promise that was made to redeem Sinners, right? So from that you've asked well, how is it going to happen? How is he going to redeem Sinners? Well, now you can go to Genesis chapter 3 and begin to read and what you learn is they call what's called by capitalism or two covenants. You learn about cognitive works and the Covenant of Grace and the whole structure of the Bible is the flow the outflow of this one Covenant, you have the governor Redemption. It's now going to be accomplished right through the Covenant of works and the Covenant of Grace So Justin that's kind of the overarching once you give us a more Fuller explanation of bike of animalism. Yes, so I agree with you and just want to restate something that you just said it's important for understanding that the Covenant of redemption that was made amongst the godhead before the world began wage is what is accomplished in time and space via the Covenant of works in the Covenant of Grace. And so all of history is an unfolding of the Covenant of redemption in that respect. So the Covenant of works is the Covenant that God makes with Adam in the Garden of Eden we would read about that and Genesis chapter 1 Genesis chapter two where there are positive things commands that God gives to Adam as to what he has to do with his life and there is a Prohibition made I mean and so that is he not to eat the fruit of a particular tree and there are sanctions placed upon him if he violates that Covenant off the tree of life is there in the garden and the Tree of Life shows up again at the end of story in the Book of Revelation. And so that we understand is representative of the eternal life that Adam would have achieved and wage. Would have accomplished for his posterity and along with himself had he kept the Covenant but to use the language of Prophet Hosea. He transgressed the Covenant to use the language of Paul Adam fell off, right? He did not accomplish what God laid out for him. He violated this the prohibition and so the sanctions were rolling forth upon him, you know from that point forward death came in sin entered the world and corruption in the like so then the question is okay this Covenant of works this conditional Covenant that God made with Adam has been broken and things don't look so good at this point how then will the Covenant of redemption be accomplished and that is through as you we've already said the Covenant of Grace that God promises initially in Genesis 3:15, when he spoke to Adam and Eve from the the woman a seed will come who crush the head of serpent who is the devil right? And then what happens from that point forward we see dead. The promise of the Covenant Grace revealed further and and further through Abraham and Moses and David and then we see the Covenant of Grace itself established through Jesus in the new car accident. And in the Covenant of Grace unlike the Covenant of works. The Covenant of Grace is an unconditional Covenant where we do nothing we receive what Christ has done and counted righteous in him. Our sin is atone for him removed from us and we are reconciled to God and we are Redeemed by grace through faith in Christ alone. And so that's that off that bike of a mental framework of work and Grace and this is introduced here absolutely essential to reformed theology younger brother, right and let me interject here. The word grace is important understand because Grace means to receive unmerited favor, that means you are receiving gifts that you do not deserve or earn. So when we say Covenant of Grace God made wage Promise to give to his chosen people salvation and righteousness so he would cleanse them and then he would make them holy and through glorification through this resurrected body. So when we say God he promised that he promised it to Eve clarified it to Abraham. It's further seen through types and shadows. Meaning that I type is something that is pointing you to something that is farther. Of course, we know what a shadow is, right the shadow is not the actual substance but it is a reflection of the substance. So the Mosaic law becomes this constant Shadow, we use this illustration in the covenant theology series when you are brought a menu, this happened to me last night and on there are pictures of burritos and taquitos and enchiladas. Those are owned not the actual substance. Those are a type of the substance and then they take that menu away cuz I don't need it anymore. Why cuz they're bringing out the actual at a type the bringing out actual substance. So the dog That estimate is this unfolding story of God giving us more and more and more types. So we can anticipate and with great confidence and Clarity when I shut up when Messiah shows up we can point to him and say yes, that is the type we have been looking for that's the anti that's the actual substance that was promised to Eve and Abraham and Moses and David and the prophets. They all pointed us to the show when we read scripture. We read it with that lens of the unfolding promise of the Covenant Grace that's coming to us. And how did we get the club of Grace? We got it to the Covenant of works or we would say as the Old Testament as a New Testament says the old Covenant. Yeah and a couple of things maybe one. I wanted maybe give one song stration of what you're pointing to, you know, the types and shadows and stuff because this is I think helpful for people to understand what we're saying. So a lot of times people read the Mosaic law and they'll read about the sacrificial system and the name A series of these things and clean and unclean and all this stuff. And what does this does this mean? Ultimately what's this about? So if we think about the sacrificial system it was given initially so that people when they became unclean could be made ceremonially clean again, but and in that sense it purified their flesh to use the language of the writer to Hebrews, but right the of law says the blood of bulls and goats that were sacrificed could never take away sins. That's Hebrews Ten-Four. So then what was the sacrificial system ultimately about it was about the one who would come to be the perfect sacrifice in the place of his people who actually would take away their sins. And this is the language not just the New Testament but the Old Testament, you know, when God will say in Isaiah 43 that I will I I am he who will blot out your transgressions for my own sake and I remember your sins no more or Psalm 103 than our sins are removed from us as far the East is from the West Palm. And God will no longer deal with us on the basis of our iniquity. That's what would happen through Christ. And that's what all of scripture is pointing us to and so we understand everything in the Bible light of its main point, which is God's Plan of Redemption accomplished through Jesus and then applied to us certainly by the work of Holy Spirit and right last comment on covenant theology wage. I think it is say that I might not be saying that I have some great so but but the Covenant works and government of Grace. Peace. This statement is true. We are saved by works. Just not our own and what we mean by that is that Jesus accomplish has a covenant of.

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"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

Theocast - Reformed Theology

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

"Yeah, so I'm not going to give the Five Points of Calvinism just as a brief a brief plug here. We did five episodes one on each of the Five Points a while back John. I think she may even make those available to anybody for a donation of any amount. So we would refer you to those if you want more detailed unpacking of each of the five points and even what those are the most simple to Define calvinistic theology. I think even historically and from our perspective here at c o cast is that God is is Sovereign and purposeful in all things and he certainly is in Redemption. And so when it comes to the Salvation of Sinners, there is one worker there is one person one being who does that who accomplishes salvation and that is God himself off in other words salvation Belongs to the Lord God Saves Sinners is what calvinistic theology would teach to use a a word that is maybe slightly more technical theological, but it's good for us to know wage. We believe as Calvinists that salvation is monergistic mono meaning one and in the word Ergo meaning work. So there is one worker. So God does this it is we contribute nothing to our Salvation. All we bring is our sin and God does everything necessary to save Sinners. He he actually grabs us and pulls us from the birth of death into life. Right? He gives us his Spirit he counts us with the righteousness of Christ. He provides us with everything that we need and we are redeemed through his work not our work off right that I mean John, please feel free to rip on ya know I would I would say I would say because of that over we have that perspective of scripture that we believe that the Bible clearly teaches that man is dead in their sin that there is nothing they can do to bring themselves to life. This is why the spirit must come through the preaching of gospel and bring them to life that it will affect the way and it took As throughout all of history those who would understand a reform perspective. It affects the way that we preach that we teach and that we do church because we don't believe we can we can change the minds of men that salvation is not a will issue that all I need to do is convince somebody of the Gospel then I'm sorry convince someone to to believe Jesus and follow him. Then I would say this changes the way in which when we preach we trust in the power of Gospel not convincing them to change their minds. We believe that God has to do that through this. So reformed theology when it comes to Calvinism, it's not just what we just think that there's there's these Five Points it actually shapes and molds the way we preach and the way we teach and the way that we administer the gospel and evangelism right and last thing I'll say on this perhaps is we believed as I said earlier that God save Sinners if we do not believe that we save ourselves with God's help you. And that has a lot of implications that you already mentioned some of them part of this too for me over. The last number of years John is that you know, even the Five Points of Calvinism and some of the things that entails I don't feel like I need to get up and defend that I am just when I preach the gospel Calvinism as it is so-called. It's really just part and parcel of the good news that we were, you know, a basically of what Christ has accomplished and that he has done it and that there is nothing left for Sinners to do and frankly. There's nothing that we ever could do. And so with that that's what we're talking about here when we refer to calvinistic theology. Yes. There's a famous quote by Spurgeon and I think what he was trying to do was pull pull the title out of Calvinism and he lived says Calvinism is the gospel. He says, yeah, go ahead. Yeah. No, I was just going to say cuz what do you what his point was often? We went, you know often people say well, I don't believe in a man I should I believe in the Bible and all were saying is that historically speaking. This is what the Bible says and if you understand the context of where it comes from. It's just the explanation or the we were arguing over it man, or is it God and childhood? I got in the middle of that argument, right? It's it's pure unadjusted gospel, you know is what we've it's right in spurgeon's quote is yeah. I don't believe that we are preaching the gospel unless we are preaching what is nowadays called Calvinism Calvinism. Yeah. So yeah. So there's the first piece of how we understand reformed theology. It is calvinistic theology. But let's move on to a second major tenets or a second major piece of reformed theology and that is coming into theology. So we recently did a series of five part series that you alluded to an international covenant theology in which I think I made the statement and I stand by this that reformed theology is covenant theology. So these two things are are inextricably linked and even before birth. Recorded this session you and I were debating whether we would do covenant theology or Calvinism first because that's how primary we understand this Covenant respective to be and so just a brief word on the history of this month or maybe consider the theology itself as the Reformation happened in the 16th century in the aftermath of that the people who came out of the Reformation in the reformed tradition them all understood themselves to be governmental and that was true whether you were a presbyterian in terms of your polity and and the like and how you administered baptism and it also is true of Independence and true of particular Baptists and so broadly speaking in the 17th century, all of those groups of people understood themselves to be governmental. And so that is our heritage as Protestants here in America and certainly for us John as we adhere to the 1689 London Baptist confession that is true for us when we say covenant theology. I'll just kick us off your brother Kang. Lee speaking, we don't just mean that there are covenants in the Bible. We don't just mean that God works through covenants because I think Christians everywhere agree with that statement. We are talking about a framework through which we understand and interpret scripture and why don't you give us a maybe an overview high level and then maybe we'll unpack some of the pieces underneath that wage historically speaking. There have been developed systems is another way of saying this or I would say lenses or structures that we read the Bible from some of you may have heard of what's called a dispensational understanding of scripture and then counteracted that what we would say is covenantal. So to to Justin's point, we believe that the all of scripture is the unfolding Revelation. It's that the story that's getting progressively more revealed as each page goes through and what is it revealing? It's revealing the Redemption. And of Sinners, it's it is fixing what Adam and Eve destroyed and so we would say that Covenant ilysm is a Redemptive historic understanding of scripture where all scripture is the unfolding story of redemption a good example of this is if you were to go Ephesians chapter one, there is given to us from Paul as I love how Jimmy used the illustration in our covenant theology..

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"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

Theocast - Reformed Theology

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on Theocast - Reformed Theology

"So I'm gonna throw it over to my brother Joseph offit. He's going to give us a brief observation on food and Cuisine cuz that matters to us too and then we're going to get the real stuff of the conversation for today. Yep, I like dried fruit. I like fruit. That's kind of packaged a way that you can grab some real quick. Throw it in last night. I was a little hungry after I went to bed. I didn't want to eat anything, you know heavy home. So I watched in the closet and there was a bag of pitted prunes, right and no dates pitted not presented dates completes traffic because you said day before I know and I pulled one out and I'm looking at it and I like this is the same size and color as a cockroach. Let's just be real and I put it into my mouth and after I thought I couldn't ate one. I was like, that's it. I can't eat anymore. Cuz now I feel like I'm eating a cockroach. There you go. For those of you like dates that may have just ruined it for you. Hopefully, hopefully everybody is edified and built up by what God has shared with us. We're grateful brother. Yeah. Yeah. Let's well on another note a couple in a slightly better note. Here we go. Just some updates from Theo cast be looking for a new series on covenant theology and introduction to covenant theology my from my understanding. It should be out by now. So you can go off and and download down and listen to it. We we tried our best to get that in his small content as possible. We really would we really did want it to be an induction. I think it's three hours total wage is five sessions. There's including notes and all of that. So go to the website and look for that a big deal in my life lately. We started our church about 3 and 1/2. I guess three years ago and Thursday, we we are we help Plant Jimmy Bueller that's in Minnesota last November and this last weekend two weekends ago. We had another young man who is graduate from Westminster Theological Seminary in San Diego who's been associate pastor there. He just moved out here to help work with me for the next year. And then next year December twenty Twenty-One. He's dead. You planning to church with us? Yeah, just south of us. So we make this morning right after this I get to go and meet with him about starting to create that schedule and plan so it's a big deal. We're excited to see another Reformed Church be planted where the gospel will be proclaimed. So it's encouraging to see what God's doing there. So just you know, I'll tell you this right now. I met Patrick through Theo cast. So those of you who support them spread this ministry, we are planning another church because of the your ministry. So there you go. Yeah, absolutely. So you said just now Did another Reformed Church will be planted Lord willing in the years, That's right. So right I know you and I are unashamed about this and I know Jimmy agrees with us. We we do Theo castbox think it is valuable and good and needed and at the same time we are Unapologetic about the fact that we are pastors of our own local church first. And so as you and I were talking before we recorded this morning the content that we're about to record today. We hope and trust will be helpful to a lot of people and we absolutely think that it will be helpful to people who attend our churches and two people who try to show up especially maybe for the first time and we're having conversations with them about coming to Baptist Church or about Grace Reformed Church, and they'll they'll ask they'll hear the word reformed. It's in the name of your church done. They hear that word potentially, you know in the context of our church here in North Carolina and many people will ask. Yep. What do you mean like what do you mean when you say reform some people? Well, you have common ideas of coming in your name, which is another. Yeah, it's right. That's a point or two to a piece of this conversation that we're going to have some people have a lot of questions. What do you mean when you say that word and so there by we're going to have a conversation today about what we need is right when we say refuse and sewage because we like to be clever and people loved us for our cleverness. We have entitled this do they they really I I'm being completely sarcastic completely sarcastic right now, We have entitled this episode The Five Points of reformed theology and by that we don't mean definitively that Theo cast is now, you know, laying down the gauntlet for what Christmas tested reformed theology. Theo cast is now putting that forward but no, these are just five tenants five major pieces of reformed theology try perspective. Yeah, when I get this question and I we do a lot lot of new people who come to our church or when when our church members are sharing. Hey, I go to Greece or Forum. What's the first question they asked well in our area the reformed theology is is not popular. A lot of people don't know what it is. It's kind of why we decided to put it in the name of church. I give them these these Five Points again to Justin's Point. These could be offered a little bit. You could add some or maybe adjust a little bit but we would say historically speaking if you were to look at the history of the word and the concept of reformed and a Reformed Church These is what these five would be. I think at least what would be in in all context of a Reformed Church. So we'll start with the first one and we'll go through there. So the first one that Justin and I would agree on is that reformed the word reformed or Reformed Church is going to be I know this might be a big word for people's controversial were dead. But calvinistic they would hold to what we would say there five points of Calvinism. So Justin for someone who has no idea if they were just curious about reformed theology. Give us a hopeful definition of.

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02:09 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Five point five W. S. B. depend on it that's been his time ten thirty six the latest now with Steve Wynn slowing the traffic center chill right now the real work in Cobb county continues on I. seventy five in both directions let planes are affected Southtown goes from the south one twenty loop exit two sixty three to I. two eighty five all north on it's just delta to two sixty one with a leveling construction starts also watch for the work continuing on the west side perimeter to eighty five north on and right lanes between Hollowell parkway exit twelve in a letter to south Cobb drive aged fifteen in Cobb county Steve Winslow ninety five point five W. S. B. I'm W. SPT Rochester college with mass most accurate dependable forecast overnight over cast a few scattered light showers lows fifty to fifty three Monday showers eighty percent likely high sixty five Tuesday showers sixty percent likely at times warmer high seventy four Wednesday a mix of sun and clouds high seventy five low fifty two and right now we're looking at cloudy skies outside we're at fifty four degrees on Peachtree street at ten thirty seven I'm Cheryl Castro ninety five point five WSP at lance's news and talk Hey what's going on here we still get you through your corona virus field we our question of the night if your significant other got coronavirus are you staying you said they gotta go you are now tuned into those so we got to hear your comments I want to know what you think please give us a call here in studio one eight hundred nine seven two eight two five five and now let's get back to this great conversation Shelley winters melodica crystal will it Scott A. B. on your radio.

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

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"W. S. B. news ninety five point five W. asks me what is news and talk with him thirty M. Jennifer Griffith live in the WSB twenty four hour news center your voice your vote Joe Biden wins the free Ms tonight Michigan Missouri Mississippi where the former vice president got eighty percent of that state's vote to just sixteen for Sanders it was closer in delegate rich Michigan with Joe Biden twelve points ahead of Sanders ABC political director Rick Klein says that is a problem for senator Sanders I don't think it's fair to say that it's over when we're less than at the halfway point but it's hard to see how the delicate mass starts to break in Bernie Sanders favor from here ABC political analyst Matthew Dowd pointing to why it's been a good night for Joe Biden I think what we saw is that the combination of corona virus with South Carolina and with the melting stock market because voters to say what leader do we want in a crisis and the leader they decided to choose in a crisis with somebody they viewed as calm and steady and experienced all of that benefited as this way was moving all of that moment benefited Joe Biden with continuing coverage of the presidential primaries hi Mandy field ABC news some breaking triple team traffic alerts from ninety five point five W. S. B. or ten or one of the great carrier W. S. B. twenty four hour traffic center we still have a red alert in Clayton county with I. six seventy five south bound all travel lanes remain blocked from this earlier crash and ongoing cleanup and investigation by state route forty two twenty three exit number two were all interest to block you can exit their put forth parkway exit five is another option full traffic update in just a few minutes live in the traffic center Steve Winslow ninety five point five W. S. B. right now it's sixty degrees in Atlanta mostly to partly cloudy tonight with showers possible after one AM Los fifty for mostly to partly cloudy with a chance of a stray shower tomorrow high seventy Atlanta's.

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

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"Ninety five point five W. S. V. W. S. you knew some eleven thirty two we are watching the markets take a nose dive the Dow down more than six hundred points near and down nearly two percent nasdaq and S. and P. down by about one and a half percent right now is this after a surprise move today the fed cutting rates by a half a percentage point to combat the coronavirus slowdown here's CNN's Christine Romans that's a big cut now you have the fed for sounds great as we call it one to one and a quarter percent that's the rate that banks charge for short term loans that's good for if you're getting a market for mortgage you refinancing that's good if you're a saver that's not good and the experts on this in the financial field say that they don't think that these cuts might be the answer now that George is among the states with the confirmed cases of corona virus how concerned are you I'll be using a lot of hand sanitizer and a lot of hand washing so far I'm washing my hands much more frequently and making sure we've got plenty of soap in the house everyone for the love of god please stop freaking out about the coronavirus let us know what you think by open it by using the open Mike feature of the WSP radio after we've heard of people stockpiling supplies over the virus but is it a good idea to stockpile things like hand sanitizers food water and other essentials I think that getting the things on that list are a good idea and by the way it's not just medical things it's things that if you needed or wanted to stay in your home environment for two week period that you would need and that's A. B. C. chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton she says you don't need to worry and go overboard but you just wanna be prepared WSB news time is eleven thirty three US we guarantee news when it happens twenty four hours a day at W. F. B. breaking news the S. and the southeast's largest news team ninety five point depend on it I don't know if you've noticed but it sure has been raining.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

"five point" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Ninety five point five W. S. but president trump has picked representative John Ratcliffe again to be the nation's top intelligence official his Friday announcement comes just months after trump abandoned them earlier attempt to Ford Radcliffe in the posted drew bipartisan criticism that the Texas Republican isn't qualified for the job former vice president Joe Biden the favorite as voters go to the polls today in a key presidential primary election in South Carolina I'm Jeannie do pre in Columbia South Carolina he stands fall right if Joe Biden wins today the difference may be African American voters make sure all your family members vote state senator Karl Anderson is doing his best to turn out the vote for bodies I actually ran right four years ago the African American votes one heavily to Hillary Clinton as she defeated Bernie Sanders here by over forty seven percent president trump held a campaign rally Friday night in South Carolina partly to steal some of the spotlight from his democratic rivals before today's presidential primary Ameren era para professional faces a simple battery charge after allegedly slapping a six year old who ran from her classroom police accuse arm your Wilson of hitting him February eleventh at Burris elementary she caught up to the child he slapped her and allegedly she slapped him back Wilson no longer works for the district WFSB news time two oh three.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"Five point five W. as being this portion of the land is wanting to sponsor by dynamic money at seven thirty two here's Marcy Williams Jake about that has a cold moves then we're seeing some flurries double the espys Michelle right continues our live team coverage of the storm center with flooding and I will continue to be an issue that will judge the flood waters remain high around metro Atlanta police parking Cobb county Jones park and rock marble their clothes because of flooding several roads in Cobb Cherokee in the cab impossible because they're submerged this lady tells channel two action news she's just trying to get to work so I'm sure that it'll receipt and then I can can get out little little river and what stock is at flood stage now and neighbors are saying the same thing about the test the river and a lot of got talk to some amazing neighbors I met them and they said that they've lived here for twenty years and they've never seen it this high and despite the rain tapering off the rivers will continue to rise throughout the weekend reporting live in the storm center Michelle right ninety five point five W. SB two deaths are reported from the severe storms across the southeast a teacher in Tennessee was killed when a tree fell on the van she was in four others including the woman's husband are injured in west central Alabama one person was killed another injured as tornadoes and severe storms moved through the area W. SPD's time seven thirty three in depth coverage of campaign twenty twenty on ninety five point five W. S. still no clarity in Iowa days after the democratic caucuses Jimmy do pre in Manchester New Hampshire Bernie Sanders yesterday join people the judge in declaring victory in the Iowa caucuses we won and eight person election this Sanders denounced the vote counting fiasco maybe we might want the decisions of the Iowa caucus before the November election others ignored I was not focused on Iowa now senator Elizabeth Warren.

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"S. B.'s whether the five point five W. asked me what is news and talk the driver seven thirty I'm Scott Slade W. S. B.'s top local story this half hour of land is warning do shaking up the Georgia Senate race in depth coverage of twenty twenty on ninety five point five W. S. W. S. B.'s bill chi at your reporting live Republican congressman Doug Collins is expected to announce soon he's challenging Georgia's newly appointed you etcetera Kelly Leffler yes got it would force Republican voters to make a difficult choice they believe are today support of the president or the governor WSP political analyst bill Crain says Collins is one of president trump's biggest offenders while Leffler was appointed to the seat by governor camp will provide the Georgia Republican Party vote based in a difficult election cycle for the president however W. S. these Eric Erickson says the president's inner circle is taking notice of Leffler who's been blasting the impeachment effort she's got a lot of the president's allies with her it's been widely rumored Collins would run but the Atlanta journal constitution reports will be at the state capitol today to make his intentions known crates as any divide in the Republican Party could help Democrats in November special election we're candidates from all parties are on the same ballot together there is a move however the state capitol to change that and create a partisan primary reporting live bill chi energy ninety five point five WSP temperature at seven thirty one thirty five degrees I'll tell you when we get the next chance of rain at seven thirty six I'm meteorologist Kerr college ninety five point five WSP all the way I found that five three.

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"A five point oh earthquake the island has been hit by quakes almost every day for nearly a month the latest quake happened a day after hundreds of people were evacuated from earthquake shelters because of flooding from recent heavy rains the stars of the music world are gearing up for the sixty so sixty second Grammy awards tomorrow night at staples center singer and rapper Liz out has a pack leading eight nominations I Lucien rapper little not sex each have six nominations Alicia keys is hosting we'll take a look at some trouble on the ten next you know one of the parts of my job that I love is a mask all the time about great places to eat and drink especially where you least expect them right I got a place for you urban press winery in Burbank award winning craft winery and they're bringing in the art of California one making right there to their gorgeous tasting room in downtown Burbank you gotta check them out quality wines they're made in so no my wonderful atmosphere they've gotten live music nights magic shows intimate wine pairing dinners even one classes as a matter of fact you can join a wine blending class on Saturdays or Sundays from two to five PM right what it shows on the regular price is seventy five dollars but if you sign up online you save twenty five dollars will give you that that address in a moment you get to take home a bottle of the one that you made yourself that's cool if you're looking to try something new or can't decide between us of annual blanc or Chardonnay urban press wineries Fiori twenty seventeen Grenache blanc is a great wine I had some this week perfect for hot hot or cold weather a light refreshing it's fragrant with laurel you can pick some up and pavilions on Alameda in Burbank or urban press winery located at three one six north San Fernando Boulevard in Burbank for more info and tickets visit urban press winery dot com but he has are back at ruby Tuesday.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

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"Ninety five point five W. S. B. weather and traffic ninety five point five W. asked me what is news hands on as of late is morning news continues at seven thirty I'm Scott flavor WSP stop story a deeply divided house impeaches president front on this vote the yeas are two hundred and twenty nine the nays are one ninety eight WS bi's bill kayaks your supporting live with in depth coverage of the history making vote yes got president trump finds out he's impeach while at a rally in Michigan and bashes Democrats radical left in Congress is consumed with hatred and envy and rage you see what's going on these people are crazy majority Democrat John Lewis tells lawmakers their votes will be judged by future generations we have a mission NMN date to be on the right side of history president trump is impeached on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress members of the Georgia delegation vote straight down party lines as expected George's five Democrats went yes nine Republicans know Lucy make bath the Democrat now on record in the district one by Mr trump in twenty sixteen says W. S. B. political analyst bill crane there is a surge that's coming across the country it's not favorable to the impeachment process and the way it was handled we don't know if a year from now that'll be sticking her like glue Edgar Drake it's ninety five point five W. SB president trump becomes just the third president in history to be impeached by the house up next to trial in the U. S. Senate reporting live with Edgar tragus bill chi actually ninety five point five W. SPCA whether still coming to land is when the news came to preach report a why there could be a delay in that Senate trial temperature at seven thirty one twenty nine degrees also if the weekend will start dry at seven thirty six I'm meteorologist for college ninety five point five WSP the back of belong to the northwest now seventy five south he opened a jab state exhibit seventy one your start up almost a highway ninety two five seventy five south of Iraq to one of Lee's all the all right let open your Sixers road exit eleven that's exactly the club as well use highway by the alternate board old ninety five with five W. three this portion of the land is when the news sponsored by dynamic money at seven thirty two here's Marcy what is just think about some house Democrats say they may not send appeasement papers to the Senate right away which would delay the trial of president trump and Jeannie do pre in Washington holding off on naming her team of managers for Senate trial speaker Nancy Pelosi would not rule out the possibility of.

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