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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…

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10 Take-Aways from the G3 Conference

In this episode, I discuss ten things I gathered after reflecting on the G3 conference I attended, and I recommend…

Posted in homosexuality Prosperity Heresy

Lauren Daigle and American Christianity

In this episode, I provide some follow-up commentary on a controversial blog I wrote here, and then I recommend to…

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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,…

Posted in Exegesis Mormonism

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…

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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…

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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…

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A Christian and a Buddhist Walk into a Coffee Shop

My fellow pastor, Pastor Bo Hutches, who blogs at To Work and Keep, recently went to a local coffee shop,…

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Early Rain Church’s Faithful Disobedience: Latent Postmillennialism

In this episode I read the first half of Pastor Wang Yi’s public letter in response to the persecution of…

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Dan Mohler on Job pt. III