Mistranslations can be small enough to be a nuisance and important enough to shake the fabric of one’s doctrinal belief. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Our sins can never produce blessings! It seems like we are in an absolute no-win scenario. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Critics see the Apostle Paul as a combatant against the gospel of the kingdom Jesus taught. Was Paul at odds with the core values and teaching of Jesus?
Did the Apostle Paul throw out the Jewish Law that Jesus followed and confirmed? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Is the Bible contradictory or can each and every contradiction be explained?
Jesus talked more about the kingdom than any other topic! But he described it in seemingly contradictory ways. Watch this short vlog and then listen to the podcast of the same name. Is Jesus talked so much about it, it must be important!
As believers, we know the Bible is true and harmonious, but sometimes that means we need to harmonize scriptures that seem to contradict one another. For example, the Scriptures tell us that the earth will both live forever AND be destroyed - how does that work? How can we apply a particular study technique to help us out?
There is much confusion about what "the end of the world" actually means. Will the earth burn up? What happens and why? We look at many Scriptures that give us these answers.
Last week we began our conversation by saying that pride can be a tricky thing and prejudice can be an awful thing. We focused our attention on the pride side of the matter and its insidious way of taking over our lives. Now it’s time to talk about prejudice, and this is a hard conversation to have. For most of us, we can observe what we think is prejudice in others. We see a skewed view on some group or approach and we think about how unfortunate it is and wonder why they cannot see a bigger picture. Well, the bigger picture begins with these questions: How prejudiced am I in my view of the world and of others approach? Am I willing and able to recognize prejudice in my own thinking, and when I see it am I willing to attack it with the same passion that I feel about the prejudice of others? Prejudice needs attention and eradication, no matter where it’s found. How do we do that?