Thursday, January 8, 2015

Confessing Our Hope Podcast & SermonAudio

Listen to the GPTS Web-based radio broadcasts, with new interviews by host William Hill periodically! Read more about this broadcast ministry at the Confessing Our Home web site. Recent programs are now available for listening or download at Newest among them:
  • #72 – Confessing the Faith. Dr. Chad Van Dixhoorn was our guest as we discussed his book Confessing the Faith: A Readers Guide to the Westminster Confession of FaithA Canadian by birth, Chad Van Dixhoorn is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary (MDiv, ThM) and the University of Cambridge (PhD). He has taught theology at the University of Nottingham, and has held three fellowships at the University of Cambridge, where he has researched the history and theology of the Westminster assembly and taught on the subject of Puritanism. A former British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, in 2013 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in recognition of his five-volume work on the Westminster assembly, published by Oxford University Press. Van Dixhoorn has lectured at RTS DC since 2008 where he teaches church history and practical theology.
  • #73 – Faith & Practice, Session 10 — Dr. Joseph Pipa, Jr, GPTS president, answers listeners' questions, including some dealing with the Sabbath, church-state relations, church offices, heavenly rewards, church discipline, and more.
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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 (include your name, address and email address).

You can access all of these newly released broadcast on the website at or through RSS (iTunes, an RSS reader, etc.) or through the GPTS Mobile App.

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You'll be blessed by sermons available on our SermonAudio channel. Check out our chapel service messages there, along with many other resources. Among the excellent chapel sermons offered recently was "The Ordinary Means of Overcoming Spiritual Dryness" by GPTS alumnus, Pastor Nick Napier of Boyce Memorial Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, Kings Mountain, N.C.