Preaching and Preachers
By Dr. Jason K. Allen
Preaching and Preachers is the official podcast of Dr. Jason Allen, the president of Midwestern Seminary.Subscribe on iTunesSubscribe on StitcherSubscribe on AndroidPodcast RSS
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This week, I welcome Dr. Malcolm Yarnell to the podcast. Dr. Yarnell is is research professor of Systematic Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Read moreGuest(s): Malcolm Yarnell
This week, I welcome Dr. Tom Elliff to the podcast. Dr. Elliff is the founder of Living in the Word Publications, former pastor for forty-two years, former IMB president, and former IMB missionary to Zimbabwe. Read moreGuest(s): Tom Elliff
Some of the topics discussed on todayâ€™s episode are:
- How the Bible views the power of words and communicating from the heart.
- The pastor realizing the weight of words.
- The importance of relaying everything back to Scripture and conforming our words to the Word of God.
- How a pastor places priority on expository preaching when he realizes the weight of his words.
- Viewing the act of preaching differently when the message is seen as paramount.
- How preaching carries a special burden when the power of words is realized.
- How compliments and criticisms are correctly absorbed by the pastor saturating himself in the Word of God.
- The importance of having honest people around the pastor.
This week, I welcome Dr. Mark Ward to the podcast. Mark serves as an academic editor at Lexham Press, a division of Faithlife, makers of Logos Bible Software. He is also the author of multiple books including Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption and Authorized: The Use and Misuse of the King James Bible. Read moreGuest(s): Mark Ward
Topics this week include:
- History of the King James Bible
- Why people in the Church today use the King James Bible
- Why should the King James Bible not be the Bible the modern church uses.
- Common arguments against using other Bible translations.
- How can we wisely engage with KJVonlyism?
- How should pastors decide which translation to use?
This week I welcome Dr. Ray Rhodes to the podcast. Dr. Rhodes serves as founding pastor of Grace Community Church of Dawsonville, Georgia, and is also president of Nourished in the Word Ministries. He is also the author of a recently released book titled Susie: The Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon, Wife of Charles Spurgeon. Read moreGuest(s): Ray Rhodes
Topics covered this week include:
- Who was Suzie Spurgeon?
- What ministries was Suzie Spurgeon invested in?
- How does Susie Spurgeon serve as a model for a pastor’s wife?
- How did Susie Spurgeon practically affect the ministry of Charles Spurgeon?
- What are some common misconceptions about the ministry of a pastorâ€™s wife?
- Does the role of a pastorâ€™s wife change from church to church?
Today, I want to welcome Dr. Nathan Busenitz to the podcast. Nathan is the Dean of Faculty and Assistant Professor of Theology at The Masterâ€™s Seminary in Los Angeles, CA. He is the author of a recent book titled Long Before Luther: Tracing the Heart of the Gospel from Christ to the Reformation. Read moreGuest(s): Nathan Busenitz