Joe Thorn: Confessionalism, New Calvinism, and Doubt
On this first Joe Rogan-style SelfWire podcast, Joe Thorn breaks down confessionalism, subscription, doubt, New Calvinism, and the practice of Christian orthodoxy.
Joe is the Lead Pastor of Redeemer Fellowship in St. Charles, IL. He and his wife have been married for 21 years and have four children. Joe has written a few books that you may find helpful (on Amazon). You can find him on Instagram and Twitter (@joethorn), or at the local cigar shop.
Paul C. Maxwell, Ph.D.
Dr. Paul Maxwell is founder of SelfWire.org. After publishing over 12 articles in peer-reviewed journals on theology and psychology, Paul wrote his doctoral dissertation on the relationship between trauma and religious belief. Paul writes on masculinity, faith, and trauma. You can follow him on twitter, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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