Transformation Church & Egalitarianism

In this episode, I review the egalitarian statement-of-faith of seeker-sensitive Transformation Church. I also recommend your church sings “Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery” by Matt Boswell and Matt Papa. https://resistingthewinds.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/egal-pod-1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS

Andy Stanley, the Ten Commandments, and Public Outrage

Those who know me personally, or follow my blog with a degree of religiosity know that I am not a fan of Andy Stanley. I do not support his ministry or recommend his work to Christians. What began as the bad ecclesiology of the seeker-sensitive mega-church movement has evolved into dangerous theological positions, many which have Continue Reading

Can We Know if Someone is Truly a Christian?

My wife, Leila Brooks, joins me on this episode to discuss how she responds when people tell her that she cannot know who is saved and who is not. Also, I recommend to you Behold Our God by Sovereign Grace Music. There were some minor technical difficulties during the recording. https://resistingthewinds.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/untitled.mp3Podcast: Play in new window Continue Reading

A Woman Talks to Children about Murdering Her Child

In this episode I examine a viral video of a woman indoctrinating children about the morality of murdering her baby, and I recommend to you “The Revelation of Jesus Christ” by Ghost Ship. https://resistingthewinds.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Abortion-kids-8.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS

Merry Christology or Happy Heresy? Trinitarian Heresies

This is the third and final installment of the Christmas series on Christological heresies. I hope you have found these helpful in understanding what not to believe about the incarnation. The following heresies technically deserve a category of their own. They transcend the more narrow study of Christology, and are more closely related to the Continue Reading

Merry Christmas or Happy Heresy? The Hypostatic Union

Continuing our Christmas/Incarnation series on Christological heresies, we come to what is perhaps the most complicated of these issues: the Hypostatic union. Many ancient heresies were rejected for what they believed about how the human and the divine met on Christmas night 2,000 years ago. Was Jesus a demi-god, part man, part God? Was Jesus Continue Reading

Merry Christology or Happy Heresy? The God Before Bethlehem

Christology The theological event celebrated at Christmas is the Incarnation, when the Word took on flesh and became in every way human, calling us His brothers. With this, the Word taking on human form, comes the ever important necessity to then understand, from Scripture, what this means. The incarnation is crucial in answering Jesus’ famous Continue Reading