Ministry Minded Episode 12 with Byron Yawn

Ministry Minded Episode 12 with Byron Yawn
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Ministry MindedEpisode 12 of “Ministry Minded” features pastor Byron Yawn

In this week’s episode, Byron Yawn joins the show to talk with Brad about Fundamentalism, Calvinism, and the big picture of Reformed Theology. Byron gives clear insight into the “edifice” of Reformed thought, providing a look at these doctrines that you probably haven’t heard or considered before. He also touches on the subject of leaving Fundamentalism and transition to a more Confessional perspective, and what led him to that change.

Byron is the senior pastor of Community Bible Church in Nashville, TN, where he lives and serves with his wife and family. He’s also the host of “Theocast,” a podcast full of brief musings on eternal matters . . . and food. He’s the author of a few books, an ardent apologist for Reformed thought, and writer for the “Theocast” blog. You can follow him on Twitter, @byronyawn.

Recommendations

Suburbianity: What Have We Done to the Gospel? Can We Find Our Way Back to Biblical Christianity?, Byron Yawn
Gospel Wakefulness, Jared C. Wilson
Fundamentalism and American Culture, George Marsden
Revival and Revivalism, Iain Murray
Recovering the Reformed Confession, R. Scott Clark
Christianity and Liberalism, J. Gresham Machen
Christless Christianity: The Alternative Gospel of the American Church, Michael Horton
Grace: So Much More Than You Know & So Much Better Than You Think, Brad J. Gray

Credits

Thanks again to Ryan Northfield for engineering and editing this episode. If you’re thinking about any sort of audio production, this is your guy.

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Brad Gray

Brad Gray

I'm Brad and I'm a Christian husband and father adamantly resolved to sharing the glad tidings of God's gospel of grace. Whether through the written or spoken word, my priority remains upholding and proclaiming the good news of Christ's life, death, and resurrection for lost and broken people. My mission is to encourage lives with the eternal truths of grace, which alone can transform lives and spur them to pursue God.

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