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Kerry Baldwin with Theology Gals about “You Who?” | Resources Page
On the Image of God in mankind
On Biblical and Covenant Theology, and the role of works in the Redemptive-Historical view of salvation.
Glory-Cloud Podcast Episodes:
024 – Kline’s Definition of Grace
036 – The Law in the Hand of Christ: Edward Fisher & The Marrow of Modern Divinity, Law & Gospel
049 – Justification and Union with Christ
066 – Kingdom Prologue – Ch 4 – Law & Gospel, Works & Grace
067 – Kingdom Prologue – Ch 4 – Answering 3 Objections to Merit and Works
Answering Objections to the Covenant of Works by Meredith Kline
091 – Kingdom Prologue B Pt 2 Ch 3 – God’s Self-Malediction: The Theology of the Cross
093 – Kingdom Prologue B Pt 2 Ch 3 – Was the Abrahamic Covenant a Covenant of Works?
094 – Kingdom Prologue B Pt 2 Ch 3 – Two-Level Fulfillment
Lee Irons, Upper Register
R. Scott Clark
On Christian Liberty (WCF)
On the Fifth Commandment & the duties and sins of superiors to inferiors. (WLC)
Q. 129. What is required of superiors towards their inferiors?
A. It is required of superiors, according to that power they receive from God, and that relation wherein they stand, to love, pray for, and bless their inferiors; to instruct, counsel, and admonish them; countenancing, commending, and rewarding such as do well; and discountenancing, reproving, and chastising such as do ill; protecting, and providing for them all things necessary for soul and body: and by grave, wise, holy, and exemplary carriage, to procure glory to God, honour to themselves, and so to preserve that authority which God hath put upon them.
Q. 130. What are the sins of superiors?
A. The sins of superiors are, besides the neglect of the duties required of them, and inordinate seeking of themselves, their own glory, ease, profit, or pleasure; commanding things unlawful, or not in the power of inferiors to perform; counseling,encouraging, or favouring them in that which is evil; dissuading, discouraging, or discountenancing them in that which is good;correcting them unduly; careless exposing, or leaving them to wrong, temptation, and danger; provoking them to wrath; or any way dishonouring themselves, or lessening their authority, by an unjust, indiscreet, rigorous, or remiss behaviour.
Manipulation and Spiritual Abuse
The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse: Recognizing and Escaping Spiritual Manipulation and False Spiritual Authority Within the Church
Who’s Pulling Your Strings?: How to Break the Cycle of Manipulation and Regain Control of Your Life
Use and Misuse of Authority – Diane Langberg
The Use and Misuse of Authority in Christian Leadership – Diane Langberg
How to Heal from Theological Abuse
When you honor your ministry more than you honor God… by Sam Powell
Brothers and Sisters by Sam Powell
Dealing with Abusive Men by Sam Powell
“Just Keep Quiet, Sister” by Sam Powell
Sermons by Jeff Crippen – preaches on abuse
Personal Identity: Crash Course Philosophy #19
Arguments Against Personal Identity: Crash Course Philosophy #20
Personhood: Crash Course Philosophy #21
Where Does Your Mind Reside?: Crash Course Philosophy #22
Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview by Albert M. Wolters (Reformed-Calvinist)
The Transforming Vision by Brian J. Walsh and J. Richard Middleton (Reformed-Calvinist)
The Idea of a Christian Philosophy by Roy Clouser (Reformed-Calvinist)