The Presbycast (Brad “Chortles Weakly” Isbell and Wresbyterian) put up the bat signal yesterday so I filled in for the redoutable Chris Drew. There was some confusion over the number of episodes in which I have appeared. The correct number is 25. You can find all of them on the Heidelmedia page. In the latest episode there was bad bumper music (a Presbycast staple) and Machen horns and cowbells abounded. Along the way we also discussed the history of the word evangelical, the evangelical movement, the relation of the evangelical movement to revival and revivalism, and how these movements continue to influence Reformed theology, piety, and practice today. Don’t forget to check out the HB resources below for more on these topics.
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- The Ecumenical Creeds
- The Reformed Confessions
- The Heidelberg Catechism
- Recovering the Reformed Confession (Phillipsburg: P&R Publishing, 2008)
- Why I Am A Christian
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- “‘Magic and Noise:’ Reformed Christianity in Sister’s America,” in eds. R. Scott Clark and Joel E. Kim Always Reformed: Essays in Honor of W. Robert Godfrey (Escondido: Westminster Seminary California, 2010), 74–91. (Apple Books version)
- Anti-Scholasticism, Revival(ism), Pietism, Or The Reformed Theology, Piety, And Practice?
- The Fluid Line Between Revivalism And The Cults In Nineteenth-Century American Religion
- Machen On Revival And Controversy
- Ergun Caner, the Legacy of Revivalism, and Show Biz
- Defining “Evangelical” Is Already Difficult But This Makes It Impossible
- Trueman On The Failure Of The Evangelical Elite To Understand The Cultured Despisers Of Religion Are Despisers Of Religion
- Is The Neo-Evangelical Coalition Worth Saving?
- H. Richard Niebuhr On Evangelical Theology In the 21st Century?
- The State Of Evangelical Theology 2020: The Crisis Deepens
- Hart On The Intractable Problem Of Defining Evangelical