Episodes

The New Heavens And The New Earth

What lies beneath our yearning for relationship and our longing for home? Today, Barry Cooper points us forward to the glorious climax of God’s story of redemption.

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Inerrancy of Scripture

When we claim the Bible is devoid of errors, we must clarify what an error actually is. On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper deciphers the doctrine of biblical inerrancy.

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Authority of Scripture

How is it possible that sixty-six distinct books seamlessly contribute to the same story? On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper traces the authority of the Bible back to its divine author.

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Creation Ex Nihilo

Unlike what we may have been told, our existence is no accident. On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper marvels at God’s creation of all things from nothing.

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Federalism

On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper explains how Adam’s disobedience brought sin and death to all mankind.

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Modalism

On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper critiques one common but unbiblical explanation of the Trinity.

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Westminster Assembly

On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper introduces us to a classic expression of Reformed theology: the Westminster Standards.

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Four Views of the Lord’s Supper

On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper explains the Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Calvinist, and Zwinglian views of the Lord’s Supper.

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Athanasian Creed

On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper introduces us to Athanasius and the creed that bears his name.

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The Five Solas

On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper discusses the five solas of the Protestant Reformation and explains why they remain relevant today.

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Canon of Scripture

How did the early church recognize the books of the New Testament as Scripture? On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper examines four signs of a book’s divine authority.

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General Revelation

Just as a painting reveals the qualities of its painter, God’s world speaks powerfully of Him. On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper considers God’s general revelation in nature.

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Aseity of God

God depends on nothing and no one for His existence. On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper considers the aseity of God.

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Satan

He’s called the tempter, the accuser, the evil one, and the god of this age. On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper looks at the biblical—and very real—figure of Satan.

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Imputed Righteousness

No royal wedding is more shocking than that of Christ and His church. On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper explains why.

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Justification

We can never be good enough to meet the demands of God’s law. On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper testifies to the One who met those demands on our behalf.

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Sanctification

On this episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper considers what it means to be sanctified: to be set apart by God for a purpose.

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Original Sin

Sin isn’t just what we do; it’s who we are. On this first episode of Simply Put, Barry Cooper defines the term “original sin” and explains how it became our natural state.

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Coming Soon: Simply Put

Simply Put is a podcast to help you build your Christian vocabulary. Listen each week to expand your understanding and deepen your faith, one word at a time.

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