Posted On August 9, 2021

Michael Barrett – A Radical, Comprehensive Call to Holiness

by | Aug 9, 2021 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Dr. Michael Barrett discuss the dangers of wrong views of holiness, the means of grace, navigating distractions, fighting temptation and lust by fearing God, the fear of God and the presence of God, handling affliction in a Christ-centered way, along with this book with Dr. Beeke, A Radical, Comprehensive Call to Holiness (‎Christian Focus, 2021).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • The dangers of wrong views of holiness.
  • How wrong views of holiness affect our understanding of assurance.
  • The means of grace and growing in Christ.
  • Learning to navigate the distractions of our lives.
  • The importance of being aware of the dangers of lust and temptation around us.
  • Fighting temptation and lust by fearing God.
  • Learning to factor the Lord into every facet and sphere of our lives.
  • The difference between once saved always saved and perseverance of the saints.
  • Handling affliction in a Christ-centered way.
  • The dangers of letting go and letting God theology and what Christians should think about it.
  • The beauty and glory of biblical holiness.

About the Guest

Michael P. V. Barrett is vice president for academic affairs, academic dean, and professor of Old Testament at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is a minister in the Heritage Reformed Congregations.

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