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A once weekly five minute podcast about the gospel, culture and the Christian life from a reformed perspective. Five For Fruit seeks to encourage fellow believers to grow in the grace and knowledge of their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ by creating biblical, challenging, convicting and encouraging media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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UPDATED: We were recently contacted by Dr. Steve Lawson's ministry with an update after this episode went live (onepassion.org/statement-on-justification). We are thankful for the update. We were unaware of this update when we recorded this episode. We normally record 4-6 weeks in advance. Justin and Jon's concerns are not fully addressed in this u…
 
Jon and Justin continue the conversation around Steve Lawson's comments about justification, the new birth, and the change of life. The guys also talk about reasons for recording an episode like this. Resources: Steve Lawson's video "What doctrine is most missing in churches today?" Our episode on “The Resting Heart Rate of the Christian Life” Just…
 
Many Christians in our day are convinced that they can grow in understanding and reach a better knowledge of the truth on their own. The perspective is, "I have the Bible. I have the Holy Spirit. I'm good to go." After all Jesus says the Holy Spirit will lead the disciples into all truth when he comes. That's true. But how does he do this? Jon and …
 
Jon answers questions submitted by members in today's S|R episode. Resources: Our episode on "I Just Believe the Bible" Our episode on "Authority Gone Wrong" Our episode on "Is Your Theological System Any Good?" Our episodes on Law/Gospel Distinction Our episodes on Covenant Theology https://youtu.be/P-dJe7t7PVE…
 
Jon and Justin talk more about the inherent inconsistency of biblicism, as well as the significance of theological debate through the history of the church. Resources: Our episode: “Is Your Theological System Any Good?” Our Introduction to Covenant Theology Series Justin’s sermon: “The Promised Gospel of God’s Son” ”Reexamining the Eternal Sonship …
 
"I'm just saying what the Bible says." "I just believe the Bible." "That's what the verse says." Have you ever heard people say these things while contending for a theological position that sounds off to you? This practice has a name. It's called biblicism. As Christians, we all want to be people of the Word. The question is whether we are handling…
 
Jon and Justin discuss the vitriol that often meets the clear proclamation of the gospel. The guys talk quite a bit about holiness and how many people's definitions of holiness are off-centered. Resources: Our episodes on 1 John Our episodes on Lordship Salvation Our episode on Easy-Listening Legalism https://youtu.be/XzQz-H2QetM…
 
It is Reformation Week. And here at Theocast, in the tradition of the Reformation, we always seek to clarify the gospel. When we do, people respond in somewhat predictable ways. "Well, you do believe that Christians are required to obey, right?" "Obedience is required for salvation." Are these questions indicative of misunderstanding? How should we…
 
In today's episode, the second of two episodes on 1 John, the guys consider some specific passages from the letter that are often used to unsettle Christians and cause them to question their standing in Christ. 1 John 2:3 and surrounding, as well as 1 John 3:4-10, are discussed. How should we understand John's words on keeping the commandments and …
 
Jon and Justin talk about how far removed we are from the historical context of 1 John--and why that matters. The guys also reflect further upon the apostle's gentle, pastoral, and reassuring tone in the letter. Resources: Justin's sermon series on 1 John https://youtu.be/BzN11ejhk1Uעל ידי Theocast - Reformed Theology
 
At Theocast, we get as many questions about 1 John as we do any book in the Bible. It is often a book that has been used to cause Christians to question whether they are really legitimate. But is that the reason John wrote the letter? In today's episode, the first of two episodes on 1 John, Jon and Justin give an overview of the letter and discuss …
 
Fallen human beings have always had issues with authority. And, in a fallen world, authority is often abused. All of this is true in our day--even in the church. In today's episode, Jon and Justin have a conversation about authority, how it can be used well, and how it can be abused. The guys give some particular time to discussing how not to abuse…
 
On today's podcast, Jon and Justin have Chad Bird on to discuss the ideology of having a personal relationship with Jesus. Where does this ideology and language come from? Is it helpful? Is it biblical? The guys consider these things and then move on to discuss the fact that the Christian life is inherently corporate and our Christian devotion is c…
 
Jon and Justin talk in more depth with Chad Bird about a theology of the cross versus a theology of glory--and how these two ways of doing theology manifest themselves in our perspective on church. Resources: Our episode: "Your Sanctification is Not For You" Our episode: "Have We Missed the Point of Church?" 40 Minutes In The Old Testament from 151…
 
Jon and Justin follow up on the conversation last week about smuggling works into faith. Today's episode is a little different than the norm. The guys critique teaching from John Piper, John MacArthur, and Doug Wilson on the relationship between faith and works. Multiple excerpts and quotes are cited, all of which are available in the show notes. T…
 
Jon and Justin talk about the legitimacy of critiquing doctrine that has been publicly taught and distributed. And then, the guys make a number of observations about the ways social and political concerns seem to be the tie that binds in many conservative Christian streams. Resources:Our episodes on the Law/Gospel DistinctionOur episode on "Smuggli…
 
Jon, Justin, and Mike talk more pointedly about Federal Vision, Lordship Salvation, final justification, and biblicism. What do all of these have in common? They all, in various ways, smuggle works into faith. Resources: No Compromise Radio Hosts What is the Law? Our episode: “Intro to Law and Gospel Distinction” Our episode: “Why I Left Lordship S…
 
Jon and Justin are joined by Mike Abendroth, pastor of Bethlehem Bible Church and host of No Compromise Radio. The guys have a conversation about faith--and, in particular, how works are often smuggled into faith in the evangelical church. How do we appropriately define saving faith? How do we understand the relationship between faith and works? Wh…
 
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