The Kuyperian Commentary Podcast

The Kuyperian Commentary Podcast

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Kuyperian Commentary Podcast


83, Interview with Musician Jamie Soles
Aug 4 • 39 min
We have been exploring with ZOOM for the last few Kuyperian podcasts, so you can watch our interview with Jamie on YouTube, but also on our regular audio podcasts on iTunes and other sources. What a joy to chat with one of my favorite musicians in the…
82, with Dr. Alistair Roberts
Jul 29 • 31 min
The video interview can be found here, and now it’s available on podcast platforms. Once in a while I have the joy of doing these on-line discussions. I have wanted to bring in Dr. Alistair Roberts on the show for quite some time and today I finally had…
80, Greg Bahnsen’s Apologetics
Jun 12 • 23 min
On this interview at Kuyperian Commentary, we discuss the latest work from American Vision: Against All Opposition: Defending the Christian World View by the late Greg Bahnsen. We talk a bit about the labor of presuppositional apologetics and the renewed…
79, A Psalter Kickstarter Project with Dan Kreider
May 26 • 18 min
There are songs written for the church everyday. Entire industries rally around famous Christian artists who produce albums and songs for churches. What do they have in common? They do not endure. They are not generational in nature. On the other hand,…
78, Producing with Purpose: A Conversation with Douglas Wilson
May 14 • 19 min
Welcome to episode 78 of Kuyperian Commentary. On this episode, Pastor Brito welcomes Pastor and Author, Douglas Wilson. Doug is the author of numerous books. Doug is likely one of the more productive Christians in these last 50 years. He engages a host…
77, What would Jesus Tweet? A Conversation with Dustin Messer
May 8 • 15 min
The prolific Dustin Messer joins KC Podcast to talk about his latest article at Break Point What Would Jesus Tweet? We discuss the nature of rhetoric on social media and the important functions of truth and love in the process of communication in our day.
76, Thinking Christianly During COVID; An Interview with Andrew Sandlin
Apr 30 • 24 min
Andrew Sandlin has been a sober voice throughout this season. On this interview, Pastor Brito engages Andrew in Kuyperian talk as they apply a distinctly biblical view towards the Church’s response to this pandemic. Andrew argues that this pandemic…
75, On Friendship: A Conversation with author, Drew Hunter
Apr 28 • 21 min
Pastor and author, Drew Hunter, wrote a concise and helpful work on the topic of friendship. In this interview, we take the time to define friendship, talk about Scriptural examples of friendship, as well as offer lots of helpful ways to move forward with…
74, When Harvard Goes After Homeschooling: Conversation with Steven Wedgeworth
Apr 21 • 20 min
The Harvard Magazine decided to take this COVID-19 season to attack homeschooling. Their article attacks homeschoolers and calls for legislation limiting the liberties of homeschool parents in America. On this episode, Pastor Brito talks with Pastor…
73, Ministering to Saints During Separation, Conversation with Rev. Justin Borger
Apr 5 • 20 min
In these difficult days, many are in need. The elderly community has suffered the most with the isolation. But we also remember the single mother and individuals whose families are not close at this time. How does the church move towards faithful ministry…
72, Lent in the Age of Corona: A Conversation with Dustin Messer
Mar 26 • 22 min
In this episode, Uri and Dustin team up to discuss a few topics related to his recent article at Breakpoint entitled The Age of Corona of the Season of Lent. We discuss why the church has abdicated her task of speaking about to death to the cultural…
71, Catholicity in Pastoral Work
Jan 9 • 26 min
Pastors and parishioners will benefit from this conversation between Pastors Brito and Messer. They discuss personal examples of how catholicity plays out in their pastoral labors and also how to encourage young pastors to apply catholicity in the midst…
70, KC Podcast, Inspired Questions in the New Testament
Dec 16, 2019 • 16 min
In our 70th episode, we have the return of Dr. Brian Wright to Kuyperian. We discuss his newest book, Inspired Questions which focus on the questions raised in the New Testament. Brian structures his book following the liturgical calendar by discussing…
KC Podcast, Episode 69, Proverbs as a Manual to Train Young Men
Nov 20, 2019
Once again, Mark Horne joins the KC Podcast to talk about a new project near completion which is a guide for young men through Proverbs called Solomon Says. We discuss a host of issues related to the temptation of young men, their formation, and the…
68, KC Podcast, Abraham Kuyper and Lectures on Calvinism with Jesse Sumpter
Nov 11, 2019 • 29 min
Abraham Kuyper’s most concise work is entitled Lectures on Calvinism which were lectures delivered at Princeton in 1898. Little did Kuyper know just how much these lectures would shape Calvinist thought to this very day. Kuyperian Commentary decided to…
67, The Lost Supper with Dr. Matt Colvin
Oct 2, 2019 • 30 min
Conversations about the Lord’s Supper quickly delve into metaphysical categories like accidents and substance. But what if the institution of the Supper is rooted in the Passover meal? and what if Jesus’ words This is My Body was not something unique to…
66, Consumerism and Death, Conversation with Dustin Messer
Sep 12, 2019 • 20 min
Dustin’s opening line to his article on Breakpoint is striking: The Telegraph caught my eye last week: “80 percent decline in religious funerals as mourners opt for golf courses and zoos over churches.”This rising phenomenon of un-traditional funerals…
65, Interview with Brian Wright on the Rhythm of the Christian Life
Aug 27, 2019 • 19 min
Pastor Uri Brito welcomes back Dr. Brian Wright to discuss his new book, The Rhythm of the Christian Life: Recapturing the Joy of Life Together. Wright looks to Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s classic work, Life Together, as a helpful model for developing a…
64, Josh Harris, Courtship, and Apostasy
Aug 6, 2019 • 31 min
These three words are not synonymous, but it is hard to separate the author of the most well-known book on courtship in history and his falling away. Harris’s journey in the Christian world began with youthful zeal and ended zealously when he announced…
63, Doing Theology in a Twitter Age
Jul 5, 2019 • 33 min
Uri and Dustin team up once more to talk about the role of theology in a Twitter age. They focus on the good, the bad and the ugly of theologizing in a day of little patience and excessive opinations. They delve into some personal habits on-line as well…