Listen to some great broadcasts with authors by visiting the website of Confessing Our Hope – GPTS Podcast by clicking the following link: (P&R author interviews are #14, #23, #24, #54)

#14. The Solid Ground and the Word of God edited by Gabriel Fluhrer

Gabe Fluhrer was our guest as we discussed a book he edited titled Solid Ground: The Inerrant Word of God in an Errant World. This was an extremely practical conversation about the sufficiency of Scripture in the life of the believer. Gabe is also the pastor of Shiloh OPC in Cary, NC.

Book Description: Many evangelicals are questioning the authority of the Bible and the glory of its Author. Here eight leading pastor-scholars seek to restore that glory by arguing for the inspiration and inerrancy of the Word.


#23  Letters from the Front transcribed and edited by Barry Waugh

Barry Waugh was our guest as we discussed the book he transcribed and edited, titled Letters from the Front: J. Gresham Machen’s Correspondence from World War 1. This was a very informative discussion on the life of J. Gresham Machen.

Book Description: Never before published, here is a glimpse into the formative years of a great campaigner for the faith … and a stirring example of how the faith of a seminary professor was refined and strengthened through the trials of war.

Barry Waugh adds commentary and footnotes to provide essential guidance for fully understanding Machen’s service and ministry.


#24  Did God Really Say? edited by David Garner

Dr. David Garner was our guest as we discussed a book he edited titled Did God Really Say?: Affirming the Truthfulness and Trustworthiness of Scripture. David B. Garner has his Ph.D. from Westminster Theological Seminary and  is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia.

Book Description: “Did God really say?” is a fundamental theological question. If God has not spoken clearly, truly, trustworthily, and in human words, then anything goes: believe what you will, act as you wish—no one can fault you. The church’s historical belief in the truthfulness and trustworthiness of Scripture as God’s written Word is being assaulted from without and from within. In this book, seven scholars from Covenant Theological Seminary, Reformed Theological Seminary, and Westminster Theological Seminary confront and repel many of these attacks. Reasoning clearly, cogently, and carefully, they show that the historical doctrine of Scripture is what Scripture teaches about itself, and that this teaching can meet and defeat the ungodly intellectual schemes brought against it.


#54  Housewife Theologian written by Aimee Byrd

Mrs. Aimee Byrd was our guest as we discussed her book Housewife Theologian: How the Gospel Interrupts the Ordinary.  This was a very informative and thought provoking broadcast.

Book Description: Women who want God to be more than superficially in their lives can rise above the world’s expectations by becoming housewife theologians—finding true meaning and true worship every day. Great for journaling and for group discussion.

About Aimee: I’ve been married to my husband, Matt, for 16 years. We can often be found at a softball field, baseball field, or volleyball court cheering our three active children on. We are members of Pilgrim Presbyterian church (PCA). I am a women’s Bible study teacher there… ooh, and I’m the crazy librarian who is always stalking down members (and unassuming visitors) with the perfect date, I mean, book for them. I like my coffee strong, my rollerblades fast, and my chocolate dark. I’m a porch sitter and an exceptional barista. And I love to get women talking about theology.

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