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By Jordan B Cooper
A weekly discussion of theology from a Lutheran perspective.
A Christian Approach to Nea...
This is the first part of a series on Near Death Experiences.
This is a discussion with Rev. Matt Fenn on Paul's theology of righteousness in light of honor and shame. This is from his recently published article in the Weidner Institute's The Doctrine of Justification.
This is part of our series of podcasts on the Augsburg Confession. On this episode, we discuss article XIII of the Augsburg Confession.
This is the first part of a discussion surrounding the inerrancy of Scripture.
This is the audio of a dialogue I had with Dr. Gavin Ortlund on the topic of baptismal regeneration.
This is a discussion of the recent podcast The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill and the problem with the prominent celebrity culture in the megachurch movement.
Today's podcast is a question and answer discussion in which I take your questions.
This podcast is a discussion of my latest book on the doctrine of union with Christ in Lutheran theology.
This program is a response to the Particular Baptist Podcast who spent some time interacting with one of my videos on baptismal regeneration.
This is a continuation of our study of Henry Eyster Jacobs' book A Summary of the Christian Faith with Rev. Lewis Polzin.
This podcast is a discussion of beauty in the classical tradition. I discuss early Greek philosophers on the topic, and then apply it in a Christian context.
This program is a continuation of our series on the Augsburg Confession in which I discuss the practice of Confession as it remained in the Lutheran church.
This program is a continuation of our series on the Augsburg Confession. We discuss the Sacrament of the Altar as it is taught within the Lutheran tradition.
This podcast is the third in a series that overviews some of the ideas laid out in Carl Trueman's recent book The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self.
This is a second response to Gavin Ortlund on the subject of baptismal regeneration in the church fathers.
On this program, I discuss the church fathers and their views on baptism in response to some recent comments made by Gavin Ortlund.
This is a response to Andrew Sandlin who recently offered some criticisms of the Lutheran law-gospel distinction.
This program is a discussion of the doctrine of justification by faith in light of two recent conversations that I've had with Roman Catholic thinkers.
This is a discussion with Matthew Barrett on his new book Simply Trinity.
On this bonus podcast episode this week, I talk with my wife, Lisa Cooper, about the topic of women in ministry.
This podcast is a roundtable discussion between Jordan Cooper, Lewis Polzin, and Matthew Fenn on the subject of the celebration of Holy Communion via the internet.
This is a conversation with Craig A Carter on his new book dealing with the topic of Trinitarian Classical Theism.
This week's podcast was a live Q&A.; I discussed the fate of New Calvinism, theonomy, online Communion, and several other important topics.
This program is a discussion of the doctrine of justification by faith as taught by the Council of Trent. I show where the differences are between Rome and Lutherans on this vital issue.
This program is the second in a series which overviews some of the material in Carl Trueman's recent book The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self.
This is a continuation of our study of Henry Eyster Jacobs' book A Summary of the Christian Faith. In this program, we discuss the doctrine of Holy Baptism.
This program is on the doctrine of the atonement. The discussion centered primarily on Junius Remensnyder's book The Atonement and Modern Thought.
This program is a discussion of Carl Trueman's recent book The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self.
This program is a continuation of our study of Henry Eyster Jacobs' book A Summary of the Christian Faith with Rev. Lewis Polzin. On this show, we discuss the sacraments.
This was a Q&A; podcast, addressing your questions on a variety of topics, from analytic philosophy to the role of good works at the final judgment.
This was a conversation on the Anglican church with Rev. Dr. Eric Parker.
This podcast is a conversation about the subject of women's ordination. I defend the view of the AALC that ordination is to be limited to properly examined and called men.
This program is a continuation of my interaction with comments made by an SSPX priest on Luther's relationship to secularism/modernism.
This is the first part of my response to an SSPX priest who argues that Luther is the cause of secularism.
This program is on one of the fundamental differences between Luther and Zwingli, and is the beginning of a series on the communication of attributes.
On this program, I discuss four different perspectives on the referent in Romans 7, and make the case for Paul speaking about his present Christian experience.
This program is a defense of Sola Scriptura in response to Rob Koons' arguments in his book A Lutheran's Case for Roman Catholicism.
This is the first live Q&A; podcast from 2021. I talk about many different subjects.
This program is a discussion of the Reformed Regulative Principle of Worship and the difference between this approach and that of the Lutheran reformers.
In this continued study of the Augsburg Confession, we discuss Article IX on Baptism. I talk about the nature of Baptism, its benefits, and who is to receive it.
This is the first part of a series interacting with Robert Koons' book "A Lutheran's Case for Catholicism." I deal with the doctrine of justification and defend the Reformation approach.
In this program, I discuss a recent interview with Ben Handelman on Pints with Aquinas in which he gives several misrepresentations of the Protestant view. I offer a number of correctives.
In this continuation of our study of Henry Eyster Jacobs' book A Summary of the Christian Faith, Jordan and Rev. Lewis Polzin discuss law and gospel and its application in the life of the believer.
Today's podcast was a live Q&A; program, answering your questions on a broad variety of topics.
In this fourth program on a series dealing with the invocation of the saints, I interact with some of the most common arguments I have heard in support of the practice.
On this program, I discuss the topic of prayers to the saints and the theology of the church fathers. I argue that the practice is not apparent at all in the earliest Christians.
This is the third and final part of a series of podcasts in which I respond to Patrick Ramsey's arguments against Luther's doctrine of baptismal regeneration.
Today's program is a discussion of the doctrine of objective justification in light of some current controversies on the doctrine. I outline the idea as taught in the early LCMS and give some of my own thoughts.
This podcast is a lecture I gave at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Newtown, CT on the topic: Is the Reformation Relevant Today?
This program is a continuation of our study of the Augsburg Confession, in which I discuss articles VII and VIII on the marks of the church and its definition.