Jesus in HD 74: False Teachers: How to Identify Them and Their Followers

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[display_podcast]The Apostle Paul died a very troubled man. As did Peter. As did John. As did Jude. Know why? They shared the same concern.The identically same concern that Jesus addressed rather pointedly here in this PODCAST. Matthew 7:15-2015 Watch out for false prophets! They dress up like sheep, but inside they are wolves who have come to attack you. 16 You can tell what they are by what they do. No one picks grapes or figs from thornbushes. 17 A good tree produces good fruit, a … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 36: Becoming Spiritually Healthy, part 3: Leaders Who Follow Jesus

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[display_podcast]What can we do as leaders to follow in the gentle footsteps of Jesus? What do you want to look for when it comes to our church organizations?1.  False reverence replaces Jesus.As if we think that we can be Christians but not in love with God.Question:  Is loving Jesus the thing that is given the most pulpit time?  Are most of the people in love with Jesus or worried who is smoking or swearing or going with girls who do?2.  Knowing about God substitutes for kno … [Read more...]

Loving God With All Your Mind, Part 2 with JP Moreland

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To purchase the entire Summit Lecture Series, Vol. 1 on DVD, go to: summit.orgChristianity is at odds with Post Modernism and Scientific Naturalism, and there are fundamental differences between them.  Because, while these other two worldviews don’t agree on a lot, they do agree that there is no such thing as a non-scientific knowledge of reality.Therefore, what they assume is that when you are dealing with science, the concepts of right and wrong become evident.  There is no guesswork, o … [Read more...]

Confessions of a Closet Christian: Why Is It Hard to Call Sin What It Is?

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[display_podcast]When I hear the word “sin”, I think of something dark and crusty, like liquid that dried and caked on a beating heart.If we believe that Jesus died for us, then our sins are washed from our hearts.  We’re clean.But still, we continue to sin.Those sins are forgiven, but we do still sin.Sometimes I think that I treat sin like an ostrich would.  I earnestly plant my head in the sand with the hopes that maybe – just maybe – if I don’t see it, it may not actually b … [Read more...]

The Big Picture Podcast: Politics – Caesar vs. God

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[display_podcast]Welcome to the Big Picture Podcast. I’m Joel Fieri.This podcast hopes to begin and sustain a conversation about current trends, ideas and issues in the Church and greater society.Today I want to talk about politics. It’s an uncomfortable subject for many Christians, which is why so many of us avoid it. Some of us don’t avoid it and tend to over-emphasize it. These are my thoughts on politics, specifically on how we can strike a balance in the big picture.Many Chri … [Read more...]

Ouxano 55: 1 Samuel, part 2 – Hannah’s Heart

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[display_podcast]As we start reading the Old Testament book of 1 Samuel, we meet Elkanah and his two wives, Hannah and Peninnah.  Now, right off the bat, we are hit with the question, “Why did God allow people of Israel who seemed to be righteous have multiple wives?”Well, it wasn’t the way things should have been done, but it is the way things were often done.  This also offers us a clue:  A man – for the most part – only had multiple wives if he was a wealthy person.  So Elkanah was mos … [Read more...]


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