Guest Post tomorrow – What is Iprodigo?

Posted: December 28, 2011 by Emilio Garofalo Neto in Uncategorized

Tomorrow and Friday we will receive here another fabulous guest blogger. Josaías Jr. will write about the wonderful Muppets, with serious considerations from the Bible. He is a fine theologian laboring with the growing Reformed movement in Brazil. Josaías edits a well-known Brazilian website called iprodigo. But what is it and who is the man? I will let him speak:

iPródigo (something like “iProdigal” in English) is a website created by five friends living in Brasilia, Brazil. In the beginning, we were a group of three Baptists and two Presbyterians (all interested in reformed theology). Now we are 3.5 Presbyterians and 1.5 Baptists (Josaias is in a complicated process of transition) and we have seven friends help us with the work. Our aim is blessing the Brazilian church with resources that glorifies God and exposes the sound doctrine.

Our site has some original texts from ourselves, some translations (from authors like John Piper and Tim Challies), and Podcasts (we call Pródcasts) where we talk about various themes, like the 5 points of Calvinism, the 10 commandments and reformed apologetics. We also produce video interviews whenever we get a chance with folks such as Thabiti Anyabwile (check it out, it is in english!).  Recently we fulfilled a dream and published our first magazine, with the participation of young reformed pastors from Brazil.

But who is this dude?

This is Josaías Jr, editor of the website, greatly interested in pop culture and an astute theologian. And now A Reel Thinking guest blogger.

Let’s receive him with Joy


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