PRTS courses available in audio - (Beeke's seminary)

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crhoades

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I posted this on another thread and thought this would be a good place to start a new one. I have profited greatly from the ones I've listened to so far. I have a few of them so if you have questions, ask. In order to order them you have to call Reformation Heritage Books. 616-977-0599

MP3's are the cheapest route to go.
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REVISED May, 2006


PRTS COURSES ON TAPE

(OLD NUMBERS ARE IN RED)


COURSE # COURSE TITLE DATE # TAPE INSTRUCTOR


OLD TESTAMENT

121 O.T. EXEGESIS I: PENTATEUCH SP-02 24 DR.G. BILKES

122 O.T. EXEGESIS II: HISTORICAL BOOKS SP-04 17 DR. G. BILKES CDs

123 O.T. EXEGESIS III: POETIC BOOKS F-03 14 DR. G. BILKES CDs

124 O.T. EXEGESIS IV: PROPHETS F-02 24 DR. G. BILKES

131 ARCHAEOLOGY & BIBLICAL HISTORY:
131a ARCHAEOLOGY F-01 21 DR. G. BILKES

132 O.T. INTRODUCTION SP-03 24 DR. G. BILKES

142 BIBLICAL THEOLOGY I: OLD TESTAMENT F-03 27 DR. G. BILKES MP3

151 HERMENEUTICS:
151a HISTORY OF BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION F-02 27 DR. G. BILKES
(Syllabus for this course is $10.00)

162 O.T. SEMINAR:
162b EZRA AND NEHEMIAH SP-03 13 DR. G. BILKES
*162c PREACHING FROM THE BOOK OF JOB SP-01 6 DR. H. JONES


NEW TESTAMENT


221 N.T. EXEGESIS I;THE GOSPELS F-02 23 DR. G. BILKES

222 N.T. EXEGESIS II: PAULINE EPISTLES SP-03 15 DR. G. BILKES

223 N.T. EXEGESIS III: GENERAL EPISTLES & HEBREWS SP-04 17 DR. G. BILKES CDs

224 N.T. EXEGESIS IV: ACTS & REVELATIONS F-03 14 DR. G. BILKES CDs

232 N.T. INTRODUCTION SP-01 18 DR. G. BILKES

233 THE TEXT OF THE BIBLE F-01 23 DR. G. BILKES

241 BIBLICAL THEOLOGY II: NEW TESTAMENT SP-02 24 DR. G. BILKES

261 NEW TESTAMENT SEMINAR
261a STUDIES IN THE BOOK OF JOHN F-03 12 REV. M. ROBERTS
261b STUDIES IN ROMANS F-99 6 REV. M. ROBERTS
*261c THE EPISTLES TO THE HEBREWS F-98 12 DR. H. JONES
261d ASSOCIATES OF THE APOSTLE Paul F-03 10 REV. DEN BUTER
261e LESSONS FROM THE APOSTLE JOHN SP-06 8 REV. DEN BUTTER


CHURCH HISTORY


*312 MEDIEVAL CHURCH HISTORY F-01 20 DR. R. MULLER(may circulate
only for students)

314 MODERN CHURCH HISTORY F-02 29 Dr. Beeke,, Dr.Haykin, Dr. VanVliet, & Dr. Ella

315 N. AMERICAN CHURCH HISTORY SP-04 21 DR. F. SMITH CDs

321/321a THE LIFE & THOUGHT OF AUGUSTINE SP-02 8 REV. C. PRONK

323/ 321b THE THEOLOGY OF JOHN CALVIN SP-01 8 REV. G. PROCEE

322 REFORMED THEOLOGICAL RESEARCH - SP-03 24 DR. J.R. BEEKE MP3

324 PURITAN THEOLOGY 3-06 10 DR. J.R. BEEKE MP3

325/ 325a THE THEOLOGY OF JOHN OWEN W-04 10 DR. D. THOMAS CDs

327/ 325b THEOLOGY OF WILHELMUS a` BRAKEL 3-06 12 REV. B. ELSHOUT MP3

328/ 325c THE THEOLOGY OF JONATHAN EDWARDS SP-02 9 DR. M. HAYKIN CDs
(Syllabus for this course is #10.00)

326/ 326a THE DUTCH 2nd REFORMATION SP-04 22 REV. C. PRONK MP3

*330/*326b SECESSION THEOLOGY SU-00 6 REV. C. PRONK

*329*327a SCOTTISH PRESBYTERIANISM- SP-03 12 DR. D. LACHMAN MP3

334/327b EARLY ENGLISH NON-CONFORMITY 06/04 10 DR. R. OLIVER CDs

*331/*328 COVENANT THEOLOGY SP-01 8 REV. M. WATTS

332/329a CONTEMPORARY THEOLOGY SP-05 13 DR. L. BILKES

*333/ *329b BRITISH THEOLOGIANS OF THE 20TH CENTURY 10-98 11 REV. G. THOMAS

411 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY I: PROLEGOMENA- SP-03 24 DR. J.R. BEEKE CDs

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY


412 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY II: THEOLOGY PROPER- SP-05 24 DR. J.R. BEEKE MP3

413FR SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY III: ANTHROPOLOGY- SP-03 29 REV. C. PRONK
------FOR FREE REFORMED STUDENTS

413 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY III: ANTHROPOLOGY- F-03 26 DR. J.R. BEEKE CDs

414 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY IV: CHISTOLOGY- SP-04 25 DR. J.R. BEEKE CDs

415 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY V: SOTERIOLOGY- SP-01 19 DR. J.R. BEEKE

416 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY VI: ECCLESIOLOGY- F-01 25 REV. P. VANDER MEYDEN

417 SYSTEMATIC THEOLOLOGY VII: ESCHATOLOGY- SP-05 12 DR. J.R. BEEKE CDs

421 INTRODUCTION TO APOLOGETICS F-04 10 DR. JAMES GRIER CDs

432/ 432a CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS- F-03 9 DR JAMES GRIER CDs

433/432b PASTORAL AND PRACTICAL ETHICS - SP-04 16 DR. L. BILKES CDs
(Syllabus for this course is $10.00)

434/433 CRITICAL THINKING FOR MINISTRY W-04 7 DR. JAMES GRIER CDs

441 SYMBOLICS : CREEDS & CONFESSIONS
442/ b. THE THREE FORMS OF UNITY F-03 21 REV. G. PROCEE CDs
*443/ *c. THE WESTMINSTER STANDARDS SP-03 9 DR. S. FERGUSON


PRACTICAL THEOLOGY


511 HOMILETICS I: SERMON PREPARATION, CONSTRUCTION, & DELIVERY SP-06 22 DR. J.R. BEEKE MP3

512 HOMILETICS II: REFORMED EXPERIENTIAL PREACHING SP-03 22 DR. J.R. BEEKE MP3
(Syllabus for this course is $15.00)

513 HOMILETICS III:SERMON PREPARATION FOR SPECIAL SERVICES F-01 19 DR. J.R. BEEKE

514 HOMILETICS IV: PREACHING FROM THE HEIDELBERG CATECHISM SP-01 20 DR. J.R. BEEKE

515 HOMILETICS V: EXPOSITORY PREACHING 11-04 20 REV. DEN BUTTER

611 PASTORAL THEOLGY I: FOUNDATIONS AND PROCESS OF BIBLICAL COUNSELING SP-02 16 DR. R. HARRIS
(Syllabus for this course is $10.00)

612a PASTORAL THEOLOGY IX ISSUES IN BIBLICAL COUNSELING SP-03 22 DR. G. SCIPIONE
(Syllabus for this course is $35.00)

612/612b PASTORAL THEOLOGY II POIMENICS IN PREACHING; SP-05 12 DR. L. BILKES CDs

613/ 613a PASTORAL THEOLOGY III: CATECHETICS & PREACHING F-04 9 JAMES BEEKE CDs

618/ 613b PASTORAL THEOLOGY VIII: YOUTH MINISTRY SP-02 8 REV. M. KELDERMAN

614/614a PASTORAL THEOLOGY IV: THE CHRISTIAN MINISTER AND MINISTRY F-05 22 DR. J.R. BEEKE MP3

615/ 614b PASTORAL THEOLOGY V: THE MINISTER’S MARRIAGE & FAMILY SP-03 12 REV. D. LIPSEY

616/ 615a PASTORAL THEOLOGY VI: LITURGY SP-01 & 05 10 REV. P. VANDER MEYDEN

617/615bPASTORAL THEOLOGY VII LEADERSHIP & ADMINISTRATION SP-01 17 DR. J.R. BEEKE CDs

622 CHURCH POLITY THE CHURCH ORDER OF DORT W-05 24 REV. B. ELSHOUT CDs
(MISSING 3 TAPES TO BE DONE AT A LATER DATE)

631 MISSIOLOGY I:INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS SP-03 11 REV. K. HERFST

632/ 632a MISSIOLOGY II: EVANGELISM AND DOMESTIC MISSIONS 6-03 12 REV. B. ELSHOUT CDs

634/ 632b MISSIOLOGY IV: SP-04
633b MISSIOLOGY III: PRAYER 12/04 10 DR. M. HAYKIN
(Syllabus for this course is $10.00)
9 REV. K. HERFST CDs CHURCH PLANTING

633a MISSIOLOGY III: REVIVAL 12-03 9 DR. M. HAYKIN CDs
(Syllabus for this course is $10.00)
 

ADKing

Puritan Board Junior
I noticed that under systematic theology the Free Reformed students have their own course in anthropology. Does anyone know why?
 

JOwen

Puritan Board Junior
I noticed that under systematic theology the Free Reformed students have their own course in anthropology. Does anyone know why?

Hi Adam,

The reason for this is we in the Free Reformed Churches hold to a 3 Covenant view (Redemption, Works, Grace). This is consistent with the teaching of the Nadere Reformatie and the Second Reformation in Britain (See the Sum of Saving Knowledge, Rutherford's Covenant of Life Opened, David Dickson's THERAPEUTICA SACRA, etc).
Historically the NRC (which the HRC came out of) has held to a two covenant view (See Reformed Dogmatics by G.H. Kersten) which essentially denies the CoR and places the CoG in almost entirely ethereal terms. In the Free Reformed Church most ministers believe that the Covenant of Grace is a breakeable covenant (physically) being made with the elect and their seed. Historically the NRC would deny this (1905 declaration) and would teach that the CoG is made only with the elect. The FRC wishes to make sure that the new HRC has worked this through before they merge.

The reason for two different courses on anthropology is becoming less needful. As our two student bodies continue to mix, the result is less of a drastic covenantal gap. Recently, while at PRTS, I took a course by Professor Pronk on the Dutch Second Reformation and the Secession of 1834, and for the first time in history, the FRC and HRC students were in the same class.

This reflects the continued desire for the FRC and HRC to come together, not only at a seminary, but also in ecclesiastical fellowship. This has borne itself out in the recent "Reformed Doctrinal Statements Agreed upon by the Synodical External Relations Committee of the Free Reformed Churches of N.A. and the Classis of the Heritage Reformed Congregations October 2006".

Adam, if you wish to see this statement, email me.

Blessings!

JL
 

ADKing

Puritan Board Junior
Thank you for the very thorough answer. It was very helpful and informative. What a delightful thing it would be indeed to see a union in the church for once!!
 

JOwen

Puritan Board Junior
Thank you for the very thorough answer. It was very helpful and informative. What a delightful thing it would be indeed to see a union in the church for once!!

I agree brother. I'm only one small opinion in the Free Reformed Church, but as I see it, union will come some day. When that will be will be largely determined not only by the higher courts, but also by the general membership. The way I see it, both federations are a subculture of the mainstream Reformed movement with strong ties to the Netherlands. This has imported a certain degree of suspicion within the laity who (rightly or wrongly) have preconceived ideas about the other group. Those of us who have no ties with the Netherlands (born here in North America) have no affinity to the problems of the past, and are willing to look at overwelming common ground we share, and move forward. Both federations are children of the Nadere Reformatie, the Secession of 1843, and ardent lovers of confessional, biblical experiential Calvinism.

Our FRC synod in 2007, if memory serves, will be addressing the next step in communication which I believe, is mutual invitation to each other's pulpits and a standing invitation to each other's synods.
Hope this helps brother.

BTW, you met with Rev. Jack Schoeman earlier this month. He said he had a nice, albeit brief, visit with you.
 

BertMulder

Puritan Board Junior
And thus we get a covenant doctrine where God is no longer sovereign, but is dependent on man?

A conditional covenant?
 

JOwen

Puritan Board Junior
And thus we get a covenant doctrine where God is no longer sovereign, but is dependent on man?


A conditional covenant?

No, God fulfills the conditions, yet humanly speaking there are conditions to be met (though the Spirit enables).
 
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