#16 The Trinity

On this episode of TWF, I’m discussing the doctrine of the Trinity. Where does it come from? What makes it such a big deal if it’s not mentioned explicitly in the Bible? Is it even in the Bible? What ancient heresies stem from a denial of the orthodox trinity? And obviously, how does the doctrine

#15 BONUS Episode on Soteriological Comparison

This morning I heard another really bad explanation of arminianism. That’s fine. If you don’t know, you don’t know. But, it reminded me that we are better off if we can speak intelligently about positions we don’t agree with, so I thought I’d throw this out there. Here’s a podcast and an infographic that I

# 14 Enlightenment through Prayer and Fasting, Ephesians 1:15-19

I’m probably not talking about enlightenment in the way you are thinking. On this episode of TWF, I’m addressing Paul’s pray to the Ephesians, that they be enlightened with a Spirit of wisdom and revelation in knowledge. How does prayer result in spiritual wisdom and knowledge? Can unspiritual people have knowledge? Is all knowledge in

#13 The Doctrine of God

On this podcast we’re talking about Theology Proper — not the doctrine of the Son or the Spirit or even the Father, necessarily — but the sub-discipline of systematic theology which deals specifically with the being, attributes, and works of God. There is but one God who made all things, preserves the existence of all things, rules

#12 Security/Providence with Trey Booker

Guest host Trey Booker (IG @lit_reformed_memes) is on the pod talking about the doctrines of security and providence from Ephesians 1:13-14. Give it a listen and make sure to follow Trey on Instagram for some fantastic theological memery and theological insight.

#11 Inheritance, Ephesians 1:11-12

On this episode of TWF, we’re discussing our eternal inheritance and the way that our eternal inheritance allows us to live in the moment, to make every effort to live our lives to the praise of the glory of Christ, and to store up, not treasures on earth, but treasures in heaven. If you want

#10 Scripture and Revelation

In this episode of Theology with Feet, I’m tackling two very related subjects that providentially overlapped in our series’, scripture and revelation. Revelation comes from Ephesians 1:9-10. Scripture is the first episode in our Statement of Belief series. Listen in as I discuss the relationship of scripture to God’s revelation and how other forms of

#9 Redemption, Ephesians 1:7-8

Continuing in Ephesians, we’re talking about the next Spiritual Blessing that is our Redemption in Christ. Redemption is a running illustration, theme, and motif of salvation in the scriptures which informs so much of our theology from the Old Testament and the New. RESOURCES Bible Project Videos: Bad Words (trespass)

#8 Reformed

What does it mean to be Reformed? Are all Protestants Reformed? Do you have to be Calvinist to be Reformed? What about Reformed denominations? All this an more on this episode of Theology with Feet. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes and if you like what you hear, shoot us a 5-star review. REF: Pocket

#7 Adoption, Ephesians 1:5-6

Today on the podcast, we got to explore what it means to be a part of God’s family. Who is a part of God’s family? Whose family are we by nature (hint, not God’s)? What are the implications of sonship and how do we live out our sonship before God our Father?