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The G3 Podcast is a weekly podcast for the church where we discuss doctrinal and cultural issues facing the church. Josh Buice and Jeremy Vuolo interact together in rich conversations while bringing in guests to engage on various topics that will serve as a means of education and encouragement as you navigate the journey of faith.
 
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As the New Testament’s treatment of the Psalms makes clear, ultimately the Psalms point to the true Blessed Man, the King of Glory who opened the gates of heaven to all who put their trust in him and stands as their mediator and intercessor. In other words, the Psalms encompass the gospel. But the Psalms don’t just describe the gospel, they form th…
 
Before we can express praise to God, we must express thanks. Listen as Scott Aniol explains. You can read this essay here. Scott Aniol's blog: https://g3min.org/blogs/scott-aniol/ Article, audio, itinerary: https://www.scottaniol.com/ Podcast: https://anchor.fm/scottaniol Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scottmaniol Twitter: https://twitter.com/S…
 
Central to a proper image of blessedness as expressed in the Psalms is a conception of God’s rule as that which brings flourishing, rather than conceiving it as burdensome. God pronounced a blessing upon Adam in Genesis 1:28 that gave him the right to rule as God’s chosen representative under God’s ultimate authority. God made man “to have dominion…
 
Agreement on the gospel creates minimal Christian unity, whereas maximal Christian unity happens the more Christians agree on the whole counsel of God. Listen as Scott Aniol explains the biblical doctrine of separation. Scott Aniol's blog: https://g3min.org/blogs/scott-aniol/ Article, audio, itinerary: https://www.scottaniol.com/ Podcast: https://a…
 
Listen as Scott Aniol explains what Christians should do when the commands of God and men conflict. Scott Aniol's blog: https://g3min.org/blogs/scott-aniol/ Article, audio, itinerary: https://www.scottaniol.com/ Podcast: https://anchor.fm/scottaniol Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scottmaniol Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScottAniol Instagram: ht…
 
guest on the CrossPolitic podcast asserted that it is the fault of Baptist individualism that transgenderism has risen in our culture. Listen as Scott Aniol responds. You can read this essay here: https://g3min.org/did-baptist-theology-cause-transgenderism-a-friendly-response-to-crosspolitic/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scottaniol/s…
 
It is quite common for Baptists today to claim that the church has been given only two ordinances—baptism and the Lord's Supper. Baptists today sort of take this for granted; pastors often say from the pulpit that we have been given only two ordinances, and if you were to ask the average Baptist, they would agree. However, this language has not alw…
 
One of the clearest ways you can determine someone’s fundamental theology of worship is to ask them the following question: “How do you know that you have worshiped?” If our goal in worship is to commune with God, how do we know we have accomplished our goal? How do we know we have worshiped? Listen as Scott Aniol explains. You can read this essay …
 
Do a Google Image search for "worship," and the dominant image you'll find is a group of people, hands raised, eyes closed, faces scrunched. That's the dominant image today of evangelical worship. But is it the biblical image. Listen as Scott Aniol addresses this topic. Scott Aniol's blog: https://g3min.org/blogs/scott-aniol/ Article, audio, itiner…
 
Weekly observance does make the Supper seem routine. And that's a good thing. Listen as Scott Aniol explains. You can read this post here. Scott Aniol's blog: https://g3min.org/blogs/scott-aniol/ Article, audio, itinerary: https://www.scottaniol.com/ Podcast: https://anchor.fm/scottaniol Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scottmaniol Twitter: https…
 
In this edition of "Ask Me Anything," Scott Aniol answers questions concerning why you should not watch The Chosen, whether nativity scenes break the Second Commandment, whether unsaved children should be allowed to sing in a church choir, whether we should void vaccines that use fetal cells, the place of physical expressiveness in corporate worshi…
 
What does the Bible teach about church offices (elder, pastor, overseer, deacon) and the responsibilities of each office? Scott Aniol explains. Scott Aniol's blog: https://g3min.org/blogs/scott-aniol/ Article, audio, itinerary: https://www.scottaniol.com/ Podcast: https://anchor.fm/scottaniol Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scottmaniol Twitter: …
 
The biblical and historical precent for welcoming children into church gatherings is clear—why do most churches today segregate children into their own gatherings? Scott Aniol examines the biblical and historic evidence. Purchase Scott's book, Let the Little Children Come: Family Worship on Sunday (and the Other Six Days, Too). Scott's blog: https:…
 
Don't give in and watch The Chosen. Your imagination will forever be shaped by the visceral potency of a cinematic interpretation of Bible narratives, and it will therefore be much more difficult to allow the words of Scripture to shape your imagination. God gave us words. Scott Aniol explains why using any visual images of the triune God is harmfu…
 
Scott Aniol uses recent comments by Dwight McKissic and Jackie Hill Perry to clarify important biblical category differences between ethnicity and culture. Scott's blog: https://g3min.org/blogs/scott-aniol/ Article, audio, itinerary: https://www.scottaniol.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scottmaniol Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScottAniol I…
 
Did you know that understanding the nature and circumstances of the Davidic Covenant is important for understanding the intentional arrangement and purpose of the Psalms? Listen as Scott Aniol explains. Scott's blog: https://g3min.org/blogs/scott-aniol/ Article, audio, itinerary: https://www.scottaniol.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scottm…
 
It is no secret that among evangelicals today the psalms are mostly ignored in corporate worship. Listen as Scott Aniol explains four reasons. The Conservative Church: Preserving and Transmitting Biblical Christianity | David de Bruyn Scott's blog: https://g3min.org/blogs/scott-aniol/ Article, audio, itinerary: https://www.scottaniol.com/ Facebook:…
 
Christians today have a significant misunderstanding of the nature of our relationship with God, including the role of emotions. Using Scripture and the writings of Jonathan Edwards, Scott Aniol explains why physical feelings are signs of nothing. The only way to measure our relationship with God is long-term, progressive spiritual growth. Upcoming…
 
Scott responds to critics who claim that he wants worship to be boring. This is in response to Scott's recent article, "Stop Singing Hillsong, Bethel, Jesus Culture, and Elevation." Upcoming events mentioned in this episode: Church and Family Life Conference, May 19–22 GBTS Theology of Worship Course, August 11–13 Books/articles mentioned in this e…
 
Scott Aniol explains what he meant by "music embodies theology" in his article/podcast on why Reformed Christians should not sing music from groups whose music embodies Pentecostal theology. Original article: https://g3min.org/stop-singing-hillsong-bethel-jesus-culture-and-elevation --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scottaniol/support…
 
The record of the salvation of three individuals in Phillip (Acts 16) serves a greater purpose than simply to provide interesting conversion stories. The fact that Luke, through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, chose to record the conversions of these three specific individuals was to teach us some important truths regarding the power of the gos…
 
At the heart of our philosophy of the church’s responsibility toward culture is a proper understanding of how God rules sovereignly over all things, how he specifically rules his redeemed people—particularly now the NT church, and how his rule will culminate in the future. Another way of saying this is that central to a biblical philosophy of cultu…
 
So God has revealed himself, and he has done so both through his Natural Revelation—what he has made—and through his Special Revelation—what he has said. Perhaps one of the most succinct and, indeed, beautiful articulations of these two forms of God’s revelation is found in Psalm 19. This psalm describes both God’s natural and special revelation in…
 
In most ways, Jonathan Edwards and Charles Finney—their philosophies, theologies, and practices—are polar opposites. But as I read both of them, I can't help but notice what appear to be similarities in what they said. And the deeper you read, the more apparent it becomes that unless someone really understands the underlying differences between wha…
 
Christmas—a very mention of the word produces delight and expectation in the hearts of people everywhere. Or does it? For some Christians, Christmas is a much-anticipated season to celebrate the birth of Christ. For others, it is also a time to encourage family closeness and tradition. But still others refuse to celebrate at all, insisting that the…
 
Most people (in America, at least) seem to assume that these infamous twelve days describe those leading up to Christmas Day. However, in the Christian tradition, the Twelve Days actually refer to the celebration of Christ’s nativity—also called “Christmastide”—between Christmas (December 25) and Epiphany (January 6), the day that celebrates the vi…
 
The affections of our hearts are central to true worship. Yet while praise, joy, contrition, and love are all important affections for worship, I believe gratitude is the most important worship affection. Listen as Scott Aniol explains. Read this post here: https://g3min.org/thanksgiving-the-primary-worship-response --- Support this podcast: https:…
 
Listen as Scott Aniol, Virgil Walker, Laramie Minga, and Matt Sikes have a conversation about the need to reform worship according to Scripture and why G3 Ministries is launching Biblical Worship Workshops. You can register for the first workshop on February 8–9 at G3Min.org. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scottaniol/support…
 
Today we hold assumptions about culture, science, music, worship, and so many other things because of the impact of the Enlightenment and the secularist religion rather than Scripture. Listen as Scott Aniol discusses how the Age of Reason impacted everything about how we think and live. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scottaniol/support…
 
The biblical answer to combating terrible thinking such as is represented in white supremacy is not multiculturalism. Multiculturalism is not the answer because it suffers from the same essential fallacy as white supremacy, namely, that ethnicity and culture are equivalent categories. They are not. Listen as Scott Aniol explains. You can read this …
 
A brief reflection on Thomas Kelly's beautiful crucifixion hymn, "Stricken, Smitten, and Afflected" set to O MEIN JESU, ICH MUSS STERBEN. Download the hymn for free here. Stricken, smitten, and afflicted, See Him dying on the tree! 'Tis the Christ by man rejected; yes, my soul, 'tis He, 'tis He! 'Tis the long-expected Prophet, David's Son, yet Davi…
 
There is something about the Father sending Jesus on a mission that is a model for Christ sending us on a mission, but the question is, in what way? What is the mission that Christ gave to us, and how is it related to his mission? This is an important question, because some today argue that Jesus's statement in these two texts means that our missio…
 
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