Mere Fidelity Podcast: On Sanctification

Mere FidelityRecently there’s been a big dustup over the issue of Law, works, and sanctification. This week on Mere Fidelity, the boys (Andrew, Alastair, Matt) and I talk about why it’s become such a controversy, the nature of repentance, joyless sanctification preachers, and so forth. Good times were had by all. You can listen here:

Also, as a heads-up, we’re going to be begin reading and discussing ethicist Oliver O’Donovan’s classic essay Begotten Or Made. I’m told it’s the finest treatment of various bio-ethical issues like transgenderism and so forth, written in the last 30 years. Here’s what I’ll say: we plan on reading and discussing it in such a way that even if you haven’t read it, you’ll get a ton out of the discussion–well, at least as much as normal. That said, feel free to pick up a copy and read along with us.

Finally, we’re prepping for the podcast feed. If the Soundcloud option doesn’t work within a couple of days, we’ll get something going by next week.

As always, feel free share if you like what you hear.

Soli Deo Gloria

2 thoughts on “Mere Fidelity Podcast: On Sanctification

  1. Derek,

    Thank you for your post.

    Let me first begin by saying that I adhear to an orthodox Trinitarian view of God. With that said we must accept that the Trinity can only be articulated within classical Greek philosophical categories. It’s inferred from Scripture. Even the divinity of Christ is difficult to find in an explicit way articulated in the New Testament it is also inferred.

    I think you would be interested in reading some of Andrew Perriman’s posts.

    He has some views that are very controversial but extremely well thought out and articulated.

    I have recently stumbled onto your blog with keen interest and look forward to reading more.



  2. Pingback: “You Forgot Something” A Reformedish Commentary on an Orthodox Commentary on the Sanctification Debates | Reformedish

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