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      RIGHTLY DIVIDED | Episode 1: Does Reformed Theology Matter? with guest Dr. James White

      Sunday, August 23, 2009

      Does Reformed Theology matter? Some say that it's irrelevant, and all that we should care about is getting people to make decisions for Jesus. Others say that if being careful and exact with your theology is important to you, you're worshiping an idol and need to repent of your idolatry. So do these people have real claims or does the theology that you hold to really matter (in particular whether you hold to Reformed Theology)? Dr. James White gives some insight on how Reformed Theology affects one's apologetic, worship of God, and everyday life as a believer and why Reformed Theology is the most consistent and effective way to defend Biblical Christianity here on the first edition of Rightly Divided.



      Further episodes of Rightly Divided will be able to be found here in the future.



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      1 comment:

      Fusion! said...

      Great Job sir. I will definitely be coming on here more often. I have one tiny criticism. You obviously seemed comfortable with Dr. White, but it wouldn't hurt to dress 10% better than the person you are interviewing.

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