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This podcast promotes the Christ-centered covenantal biblical theology of Meredith Kline.
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Nov 25, 2016

In episode 14, Lee and Chris discuss chapter 2 of Meredith Kline’s book, By Oath Consigned.  In Chapter 2, Kline is still laying the theological foundation for his analysis of the sacraments of circumcision and baptism.  This chapter is called “Law Covenant,” and it gives the reader some significant insight into some theological themes that remained near and dear to Kline’s heart throughout his entire academic career.

 

Show Notes:

 

By Oath Consigned

By Oath Consigned pages 28-29

Law Covenant

Law Covenant Audio

By Oath Consigned page 27

Semantics of Biblical Language by James Barr

Genesis 3:15

Isaiah 43:1, 14-15

Genesis 9:1

Genesis 1

Romans 5:14

1 Corinthians 15:45

Galatians 3:19

Romans 5:20

Gospel Until the Law

Gospel Until the Law Audio

1 Corinthians 15:42-50

Genesis 1 and 2

By Oath Consigned page 30

Romans 3:26

Romans 3:31

Romans 5:18-21

Hauptgebot = the primary stipulation or highest demand = exclusive loyalty to the suzerain

Matthew 4:10

By Oath Consigned pages 31-33

By Oath Consigned page 35

Retractions: pages 32, 35, 36

Comments on A.A. Hodge’s One-Covenant Construction

Comments on A.A. Hodge’s One-Covenant Construction Audio

No grace before the fall

Westminster Confession of Faith 7.1

Covenant administration is Kingdom administration (BOC page 36)

Nov 18, 2016

Only one week into our new series where we work through By Oath Consigned, and we’re already taking a break – but we think you’ll understand why.  We are excited to have the opportunity to interview Jonathan Kline about his grandfather’s commentary – Genesis: A New Commentary – which was just recently published by Hendrickson Publishers.  He has insight into this commentary that no one else will have.  Also – notice how easy it is for him to rattle off the Hebrew – almost as if it were his first language.  That definitely seems to be a trait of the Klines.  Have a listen, and be sure to get a copy of the commentary as well as all of the other exciting resources listed in the show notes!

 

Show Notes:

 

Genesis: A New Commentary

Kingdom Prologue

God, Heaven and Har Magedon

Genesis chapters 1 – 15

“Divine Kingship and Genesis 6:1-4”

Divine Kingship and Genesis 6:1-4 Audio

Allusive Soundplay in the Hebrew Bible

Biblical Aramaic: A Reader and Handbook

Jonathan Kline on Academia.edu: http://harvard.academia.edu/JonathanKline

The Essential Writings of Meredith G. Kline (coming in Fall 2017!)

Nov 11, 2016

In episode 12, Lee and Chris begin a series of episodes that will explore Meredith Kline’s second book By Oath Consigned: A Reinterpretation of the Covenant Signs of Circumcision and Baptism.  In this first episode in the series, they cover Chapter 1: Oath and Covenant.  Let us know what you think!

 

Show Notes:

 

By Oath Consigned: A Reinterpretation of the Covenant Signs of Circumcision and Baptism

“Law Covenant” (1964)

Law Covenant Audio

“Oath and Ordeal Signs I” (1964)

Oath and Ordeal Signs I Audio

“Oath and Ordeal Signs II” (1965)

Oath and Ordeal Signs II Audio

Third Use of the Law

Christ’s satisfaction of the law

There is a comprehensive usage of the term covenant, a usage to be found in Scripture

Walther Eichrodt: a twofold analysis

Other orthodox theologians: one-sided formulations

Genesis 3:15

Genesis 15

Genesis 17

Two types of covenants in Scripture: law covenants and promise covenants

The oath – and who swears the oath – is the key

Exodus 24

Psalm 50:5

Hebrews 9:18-20

Deuteronomy 29:10

Deuteronomy 32:39ff.

Deuteronomy 27 and 28

Joshua 24

Galatians 3:12, 15-18

Ordo salutis (order of salvation in the Holy Spirit’s application of Christ’s work to us)

Historia salutis (historical unfolding of God’s redemptive plan)

Galatians 4

Nov 4, 2016

In this episode, Chris and Lee trace the revelation of the covenant of common grace from Genesis to the New Testament.  Family, state and culture are covered as institutions belonging to this period of the delay of final judgment.  Listen to find out why this particular covenant is so important to you, how you understand the world, and how you relate to unbelievers.  See if you can catch the reference to the republication controversy!

 

Show Notes:

 

The “common” in “common grace” is shared between believers and unbelievers

Genesis 1 - 2

Genesis 3:8

“The cool of the day” – ruach hayyom – “The Spirit of the Day”

Genesis 3:14-19

Genesis 2:15-17

Genesis 3:19

Genesis 4:8-16

“The Oracular Origin of the State”

The Oracular Origin of the State Audio

Genesis 4:17

Genesis 8:20-9:17

Acts 10:9-33

Jeremiah 29

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