All posts by Caleb Wait

Caleb Wait (MATS, Westminster Seminary California) is a writer and producer of Mere Fidelity. He and his wife Kristin have two children and live in Northern California. You can follow him on Twitter @calebwait and he invites you to email him at ciwait93@gmail.com.

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Biblicism

Is it possible for one to know all there is to know about theology by just reading the Bible for themselves? Join Andrew, Alastair, and Derek as they deal with the idea of Biblicism and balance between isolated readings of...

/ April 5, 2019
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The Spirituality of the Church

Should individual Christians be politically active or should the church as an institution be politically active? Join the whole cast and crew as they discuss (and debate) the doctrine of the Spirituality of the Church. Timestamps: Intro + Overview of...

/ March 25, 2019
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All That’s Good: Recovering The Lost Art of Discernment, with Hannah Anderson

How do we find ‘the good’ in a world of bad hot takes? Here to help the crew pan for gold is Hannah Anderson. She joins Andrew, Alastair, and Derek to discuss her new book, All That’s Good: Recovering The...

/ March 14, 2019
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Finding Holy In The Suburbs, with Dr. Ashley Hales

How do Christians live faithfully in the land of too much (i.e., the suburbs)? Here to help answer this question is Dr. Ashley Hales. Dr. Hales joins Matt, Derek, and Alastair to talk about consumerism, individualism, busyness, and safety, all...

/ February 28, 2019
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Mere Fidelity: The Invisibility of the Church

Inspired by the discussion over Andrew’s book, Matt, Derek, and Alastair sit down to tackle another ecclesiastical issue: the invisibility of the church.   Timestamps: Intro [1:00 – 3:30]. The origin and meaning of the doctrine of the invisibility of...

/ February 21, 2019
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Spirit and Sacrament: An Invitation to Eucharismatic Worship

Andrew’s new book,┬áSpirit and Sacrament: An Invitation to Eucharismatic Worship, is just that: an invitation to have and experience charismatic worship while also holding to a high view of the sacraments. The crew sat down to discuss the book and...

/ February 12, 2019