Episode 89- Dr. Stephen Wellum– Christ Alone—The Uniqueness of Jesus as Savior: What the Reformers Taught…and Why It Still Matters

Posted On May 25, 2017

Welcome to the eighty-ninth episode of Equipping You in Grace. On today’s episode, Dave interviews Dr. Stephen Wellum, Christ Alone—The Uniqueness of Jesus as Savior: What the Reformers Taught…and Why It Still Matters.

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Dr. Wellum’s life, marriage, ministry, and upcoming ministry projects.
  • The significance of the exclusivity of Christ for today.
  • A brief outline of the sufficiency of Christ’s finished work.
  • How Jesus’ ministry as High Priest is neglected today.
  • How Christians should respond to attacks on penal substitionary atonement.
  • How Reformed believers differ with Rome on the sufficiency of Christ’s work.
  • How Reformed Christians should respond in love to differences between Reformation theology and Catholic teaching.
  • How the exclusivity of Christ is under attack today and how Christians should respond in love to these attacks.
  • His recommended books for learning more about the person and work of Jesus Christ.

About the Guest:

Stephen Wellum is Professor of Christian Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of Kingdom through Covenant (Crossway). He is also writing a systematic theology that will be published around 2017 (B&H Academic).

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