Glory-Cloud Podcast: 016 – By Oath Consigned Part 4: The Baptism of John the Baptist

In episode 16, Lee and Chris discuss chapter 4 of By Oath Consigned.  They walk through the various biblical evidence that Kline marshalled for seeing both blessing and curse sanctions in the baptism of John the Baptist. Show notes: By Oath Consigned Matthew 3:11-12 Jeremiah 7 Malachi 1:6 Matthew 21:33ff. Matthew 21:28-32 Malachi 4:23 Isaiah

Glory-Cloud Podcast: 015 – By Oath Consigned: Circumcision

          In episode 15, Lee and Chris discuss chapter 3 of By Oath Consigned in which Meredith Kline looks at the biblical theological significance of circumcision.  He argues that it is a sign of judgment – but that can be either redemptive judgment or penal judgment.  Listen to find out more

Glory-Cloud Podcast: 014 – By Oath Consigned Part 2: Law Covenant

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

Glory-Cloud Podcast: 012 – By Oath Consigned Part I

  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

Glory-Cloud Podcast: 011 – The Covenant of Common Grace

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

Glory-Cloud Podcast: 010 – Treaty of the Great King

In this episode, Lee and Chris discuss Meredith Kline’s first book, Treaty of the Great King (1963).  Here, Kline deals with the ways in which the covenants which God made with Israel were like other ancient near eastern treaties.  Not only is the subject matter important and interesting in its own right, but it is