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Theocast - Reformed Theology

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Our primary focus at Theocast is to encourage weary pilgrims to rest in Christ. We facilitate simple conversations about the Christian life from a reformed perspective through our weekly podcasts, primers, books, articles, and educational material.
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Five For Fruit | Five Minutes of Reformed Theology | The Christian Podcast For The Busy Believer

Cary Gephart: Bringing a Reformed Pastoral Perspective for the Everyday Christian

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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. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Exhausted? Beat up? Suffering? Where are you, God? Why is this happening? Why can’t I hear you? Why can’t I feel your presence? For those who have these feelings and are exhausted, just needing a glimmer of hope, Justin and Jon have something for you today. We want to point you to Christ and His gospel. Join the Theocast Community! FREE EBOOK PARTN…
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In this thought-provoking episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Tony and Jesse dive deep into the theology of the Scot's Confession. They explore its interpretation of God's promise, its connection to Church identity, and the role of covenant baptism. Along the way, they discuss the simplicity and beauty of primitive theology, the pers…
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Are there other gods? Are the other gods seen in the Bible just idols or are they real entities? We know the one, true God holds sovereignty over all, so how do these other gods operate in the spiritual realm and our reality? Jon and Doug delve into these questions and more. Doug’s Christ in All Scripture series, (ft. John Owen, Peter Allix, and Ge…
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What is antinomianism? Are Jon and Justin, here at Theocast, antinomian? What about the law and the Christian life? Does the law have a place in the life of the believer? What about the difference between lordship salvation and antinomianism? Is it one or the other? Recently, Jon and Justin had an opportunity to discuss these topics—the uses of the…
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In this episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Jesse Schwamb and Tony Arsenal delve into an insightful analysis of chapter 4 of the Scots Confession. They discuss the promises of God, the salvation through Christ, and the role of the Holy Spirit. The conversation covers the cosmic scope of salvation, the destruction of the devil's works…
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Does the Bible give us insight into how the spiritual realms operate? In the second of two episodes on Daniel 10, Jon is joined by Doug Van Dorn to discuss the spiritual realities of “the watchers” and the celestial courtroom in the scriptures. Doug’s Website Join the Theocast Community! FREE EBOOK PARTNER WITH THEOCAST OUR WEBSITE YOUTUBE INSTAGRA…
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For those of us who are feeling anxious, depressed, dark, and discouraged, this is a conversation for you. How do we take what we feel and put it in the light of the gospel and the objective reality outside of ourselves? How do our feelings tend to adjust and change towards the truth of the gospel? We pray you find this conversation encouraging! Jo…
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In this thought-provoking episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb delve deep into the concept of original sin as they interpret it from the Scot's Confession. The duo discusses the integral role of intention in the fallen state, drawing parallels with modern-day sins and the role of the Holy Spirit in sanctificat…
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The Bible talks about a lot of supernatural things that most of modern Christianity seems to ignore. These are important parts of our Bibles that need to be understood! In today’s episode of Kingdoms Unveiled, Jon is joined by acclaimed pastor and author, Doug Van Dorn, well known for his studies and discussions on the more metaphysical parts of th…
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It has been said that Jesus is the greatest teacher of the law. Many would come to him and say, ‘How can we enter into your kingdom?’ We assume Jesus would give them the gospel. But if you read these passages, it sounds like law because he tells them to obey the law and live. Today’s episode is a discussion about the law-gospel distinction with our…
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In this episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb delve into the profound theological concept of God's immutability, or unchangeability. They discuss how this attribute is integral to understanding God's nature, the implications for His promises, and its grounding in scripture. The conversation also touches on the …
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The Bible talks about a lot of supernatural things that most of modern Christianity seems to ignore. These are important parts of our Bibles that need to be understood! In today’s episode of Kingdoms Unveiled, Jon is joined by acclaimed pastor and author, Doug Van Dorn, well known for his studies and discussions on the more metaphysical parts of th…
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Mediums?! Occultism?! Speaking to the dead?! These are all things some of us may not be familiar with, but these New Age ideas have seeped into many millions of Christians and their institutions. Many write them off as hocus pocus, but that may be even more dangerous than participating in these practices. Paul tells us in Ephesians that we wrestle …
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How do we seek first the kingdom of God? What is the purpose of the kingdom? Can we really, honestly, say that we put God’s kingdom first in our daily lives as Jesus tells us we should in the Lord’s prayer? Most people struggle with this, and don’t even know what putting the kingdom of God first looks like. Jon is back to clarify the gospel and rec…
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Do you ever wonder what it means to walk by the spirit? It’s a phrase found in several places in the New Testament. If you asked ten different Christians what it means to walk by the spirit, you’d likely get ten different answers. But today on the pod, Jon and Justin are going to take a swing at answering that question. We’re going to explore this …
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In this episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb delve into the intricacies of the Scots confession and its comparison with the Westminster Confession. They discuss the concept of dominion, the fall of man and woman, and the idea of human rebellion as an active decision. This engaging conversation also explo…
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Are we saved by works? The answer to this question might astonish you. In fact, we are saved by works! The real question is, whose works save us? Ours? Or someone else’s? In today’s episode, Jon, Justin, and our friend Pat Abendroth from The Pactum will be discussing the active obedience of Christ, a vital biblical doctrine that helps sinners see J…
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In this enlightening episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb embark on a deep exploration of the Scots Confession. They delve into the unique aspects of this foundational document of Reformed theology, shedding light on its structure, its theological perspectives, and its profound influence on modern confes…
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Emphasizing grace, grace boys, antinomianism, the law, preaching, harsh – these are all words that seem to be circulating widely on the internet. We wanted to address this topic. First and foremost, what is antinomianism? Is preaching Christ from all of Scripture, Christ-centered preaching, generally considered antinomian? Moreover, why is it that …
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In this thought-provoking episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Tony Arsenal and Jesse Schwamb delve into a deep theological discussion about John 3:16. They explore the profound implications of God's love for the world, the role of faith and the impact of Christ's death and resurrection on humanity and the cosmos. They also reflect on…
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In this episode, Jon and Judith discuss chapter 5 of the book “For the Love of Discipline: When the Gospel Intersects with Tantrums and Time-Outs.” How do we know if we are being too strict or too permissive with our parenting? When do we “choose our battles?” What does giving our children grace look like? These are meaningful discussions concernin…
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The baptism debate. Typically, when we hear this, we cringe because it’s not really done well; there are a lot of strawmen. We don’t represent each other’s side well, and it becomes heated and emotional. We don’t want to do that today. We want to talk about the differences and where they stand biblically, and then why we would hold to a position kn…
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In this episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, hosts Jesse Schwamb and Tony Arsenal delve into a deep discussion on John 3:16, one of the most quoted verses in the Bible. They tackle this well-worn path from a fresh perspective, discussing the nuances of the Greek language and the importance of understanding the original text. They also explo…
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In this episode, Jon and Judith discuss the contents of chapter 4 from the book titled “For the Love of Discipline: When the Gospel Intersects with Tantrums and Time-Outs.” Fear is a multifaceted concept, yet from a biblical perspective, it reveals the awe-inspiring and transformative nature of God. Guiding our children to revere the Lord involves …
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Have you ever wondered what the differences are between a confessional Baptist position on covenant theology and a confessional Presbyterian position? (We know you have–because you’ve asked us.) Jon and Justin talk about the differences today. It really all comes down to how one understands the covenant of grace to be revealed and then established.…
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In episode 387 of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, Jesse Schwamb and Tony Arsenal delve deep into the topic of the Armor of God. They particularly focus on the aspect of prayer and how it helps in the proclamation of the gospel. Drawing from the Apostle Paul's encouragement to pray boldly, they explore how the act of prayer contributes to our spir…
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What is the difference between rewards and bribes? How can and should rewards for good behavior lead us to the Gospel? In today’s episode. Jon and Judith Moffitt cover chapter 3 of the book, “For the Love of Discipline: When the Gospel Meets Tantrums and Time-Outs.” How do we help reinforce good behavior in our children while teaching them the gosp…
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In today’s episode, Jon and Justin have a conversation about the Reformation and the streams that flowed out of it pertaining to covenant theology. While there are disagreements amongst and between various traditions, Presbyterians, the Reformed, and confessional Baptists agree on a lot! This discussion covers some history, as well as the significa…
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On this episode of the Reformed Brotherhood Podcast, Jesse Schwamb and Tony Arsenal engage in a deep and insightful discussion on understanding and applying spiritual tools in daily life, with a particular emphasis on prayer. They explore the significance of praying for others, the transformative effect it has on individual and collective spiritual…
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Is punishment the same as discipline? Definitely not! In this segment, Jon and Judith Moffit shed light on how the gospel influences discipline, emphasizing that punishment is a detached and impersonal approach that doesn’t align with our roles as godly parents. Making this crucial distinction plays a significant role in molding our children’s hear…
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