Heidelcast For January 22, 2023: Q&A

In this episode, Dr. Clark opens the phones for a Q&A session! He also calls and texts from Ernestine, Danett, David, Brennan, and Jackson on issues like controversial figures in the broader Christian community, the Ten Commandments, and which theological books are worth pursuing. He also answers questions from Van about why we should not say God is the author of sin, from Valt about the role of laity in evangelism and theology, and from Grey about whether Reformed ministers should cooperate with Roman priests during weddings. Thanks to Tiffany for the word of encouragement! The opening audio clip is from Michael Horton and Tim Keller on the White Horse Inn.

This episode of the Heidelcast is sponsored by Westminster Seminary California. The need for well-trained ministers and laity is greater now than at any time since the Reformation. Doctrinal confusion abounds. Educational standards are slipping. So the work of Westminster Seminary California has never been more important. We need pastors and leaders in the church who really know the Word, who can really read the original languages competently, who can preach the law and the gospel faithfully, who can shepherd the flock graciously, and who can reach the lost boldly.

Does this sound like something to which you feel called? There’s no better way to find out than to visit WSC in person! Come to Seminary For A Day, March 10, 2023. You will be able to sit in on classes, meet students and professors, see the campus and student housing, and have all your questions answered in-person by those best equipped to help you on your seminary journey! Westminster Seminary California offers masters degrees in biblical studies, systematics (theology), and historical theology, as well as the Master of Divinity. If God is calling you to seminary, schedule your visit today at wscal.edu/visit or call (888) 480-8474.

Call the Heidelphone anytime at (760) 618–1563. Leave a message or email us us a voice memo from your phone and we may use it in a future podcast. Record it and email it to Heidelcast at heidelcast dot net.

If you benefit from the Heidelcast please leave a five-star review on Apple Podcasts so that others can find it.

Please do not forget to make the coffer clink (see the donate button below).

© R. Scott Clark. All Rights Reserved.

Show Notes

Subscribe to the Heidelblog today!