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Joe Thorn

Joe Thorn is the founding and Lead Pastor of Redeemer Fellowship in St, Charles, IL, the author of several books, and one of the hosts of the podcast, Doctrine and Devotion.
Recent episodes featuring Joe Thorn
The 1689 on The Promise of Christ
Doctrine and Devotion
Joe and Jimmy open up the 1689 Confession, Chapter 20 to talk through paragraph 2 on the extent of grace and the limits of general revelation. Why can’t general revelation lead someone to Christ? And how should this small paragraph move us as Christians? Our Sponsor Together for the Gospel is going down April 14-16, 2020 in Louisville, KY. Registration is open, and our listeners have been given a special discount code. Enter “doctrine” as a promo code on checkout and save $10. Get all the details at T4G.org. Get all the links and show notes at www.doctrineanddevotion.com/podcast/1689202
Thinking Through Suicide
Doctrine and Devotion
Jimmy and Joe step into the subject of suicide, asking what qualifies as suicide, and why should we take it seriously? What does the Bible say about suicide? Is suicide a sin? Is it “the unforgivable sin”? Plus, Jimmy hangs out with Tom Ricketts and Joe sets off alarms at the hospital. If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts please talk to your pastor, your family, or call the Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. Our Sponsor:  Together for the Gospel is going down April 14-16, 2020 in Louisville, KY. Registration is open, and our listeners have been given a special discount code. Enter “doctrine” as a promo code on checkout and save $10. Get all the details at T4G.org. For our recommended reading and relevant links visit www.doctrineanddevotion.com/podcast/suicide
The 1689 on The Promise of Christ
Doctrine and Devotion
The JoFo is back talking The 1689 Confession, Chapter 20, paragraph 1 on The Gospel and The Extent Thereof. Following the Covenant of Works God offers the “promise of Christ” as “the means of calling the elect, and begetting in them faith and repentance.” Plus, newcomers lunch at church, Joe slept at church, and Jimmy stirs the pot. Today, the guys are recommending R.B.C. Howell’s, classic The Covenants. Our Sponsor: Together for the Gospel is going down April 14-16, 2020 in Louisville, KY. Registration is open, and our listeners have been given a special discount code. Enter “doctrine” as a promo code on checkout and save $10. Get all the details at T4G.org. For all the links and show notes visit www.doctrineanddevotion.com/podcast/1689201
Black and White Experiences
Doctrine and Devotion
Sit down and get comfortable, or uncomfortable, as three friends talk about some sensitive issues. Joe and Jimmy are joined by Travell Rounds for an hour long episode where Travell shares his recent run-in with the cops, and this becomes the start of a conversation on differing experiences of blacks and whites within the same city. Conversations like this can help us learn how to listen to each other and understand one another’s experiences. Joe predicts 1.2% of our audience will unsubscribe half way through this episode. How did Travell wind up at Redeemer Fellowship? Did he really start preaching at 9 years old? Why should white people pay careful attention to the experiences of African Americans? What about “white privilege?” Plus, Travell thanks Steve Furtick for exposing him to Matt Chandler. Our Sponsor Together for the Gospel is going down April 14-16, 2020 in Louisville, KY. Registration is open, and our listeners have been given a special discount code. Enter “doctrine” as a promo code on checkout and save $10. Get all the details at T4G.org. Get all the links and show notes for this episode at www.doctrineanddevotion.com/podcast/black-white
The 1689 on God's Law (19.7)
Doctrine and Devotion
Jimmy and Joe are chaperoned on this episode by Travell Rounds. Travell is a member of and frequent preacher at Redeemer Fellowship. The guys get into the final paragraph of Chapter 19 of the 1689 on God’s law, and discuss the relationship between law and gospel, and how God uses the law in our dailty Christian lives for our spiritual growth. Our Sponsor Together for the Gospel is going down April 14-16, 2020 in Louisville, KY. Registration is open, and our listeners have been given a special discount code. Enter “doctrine” as a promo code on checkout and save $10. Get all the details at T4G.org. For all the links and show notes visit www.doctrineanddevotion.com/podcast/1689197
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Episode Count
354
Podcast Count
8
Total Airtime
1 week, 1 day