In this episode Dr Clark answers Heidelcalls, texts, and mails with questions, questions, and more questions from 1) Aaron about “covenant renewal worship” (is this a “federal vision” thing or may orthodox Reformed Christians talk this way?); 2) Ritchie (from Ireland) about admitting those with intellectual disabilities to the Lord’s Table; 3) Sean about the doctrine of the so-called “eternal subordination of the Son” and whether it is neo-Socinianism; 4) Anon about a catechism for toddlers; 5) Victor asks about “vision casting;” 6) L about finding Indy Reformed!; 7) Josiah about The Vindication Against Tyrants and Protestant Resistance Theory; 8) Rob about the regulative principle of worship; 9) Daniel about the illumination of the Scriptures by the Spirit and the diversity of interpretations of Scripture; 10) Anon about how it is that Jesus did not know certain things; 11) Rob about the history of worship; 12) P about whether Pelagius taught the doctrine of justification by faith alone. Be sure to check out the show notes below for more resources in answer to these questions. Stay tuned for episode 223 when we begin the series on the Canons of Dort.
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