- #70 – Faith and Practice, segment #9. In this ninth edition of the “Faith and Practice” segment, Dr. Joseph Pipa interacts with questions from our listeners. Questions in this edition deal with the training and discipline of elders, Jacob's wrestling with God, invoking God's presence during worship services, the meaning of the Matt. 24 discourse, and much more.
- #69 – The Faith-Shaped Life. Dr. Ian Hamilton was our guest as we discussed his book The Faith Shaped Life. Ian Hamilton has been the minister of Cambridge Presbyterian Church since 1999. Prior to that he served as minister of Loudoun Church of Scotland, Newmilns. He serves on the Board of The Banner of Truth Trust as well as on the Board of Trustees of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
- #68 – Faith and Practice, segment #8. In this eighth edition of the “Faith and Practice” segment, Dr. Joseph Pipa interacts with questions from our listeners. Questions in this edition deal with the value of short-term missions, "Two Kingdom" theology, whether the unmarried should be ordained to church offices, does baptism save, and much more.
- #67 – From Mission Work to Particularization. Pastor Matt Figura was our guest as we discussed the process and work involved when a mission work moves to becoming a particularized church. This was an excellent discussion.
- #66 – Cultivating Biblical Godliness. During this program, our guest was Dr. Ryan McGraw, pastor of First Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Sunnyvale, Calif., and adjunct professor of systematic theology at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. The topic of discussion is a new series released by Reformation Heritage Books on the subject of godliness. Dr. McGraw is one of the contributing editors of this new series.
The popular and informative "Faith and Practice" segments feature answers by GPTS President Joseph A. Pipa, Jr. to questions submitted by listeners. You may submit your questions by using the form on the podcast web site here or by emailing your question to firstname.lastname@example.org (include your name, address and email address).
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