Uri Brito got to talk with Pastor and Author, Andrew Sandlin about Pluralism, Ethics, and other cultural issues facing the Church of Jesus Christ. Our thanks to Pastor Sandlin for taking the time to visit with us and answer our questions.
Pastor and Author J. Steven Wilkins discusses the misguided thinking that Christians should not give lavish gifts at Christmas. Our talk centers around a recent movement called the Advent Conspiracy. Pastor Wilkins reminds us of what Christ has done for us at Christmas and how we are to respond in kind.
In this second and final part of our discussion with Pastor Steve Schlissel of New York, we discuss the definition of Covenant and also touch on Biblical Fatherhood. Our thanks to Pastor Schlissel for answering our questions.
Our interview with Pastor Steve Schlissel of Messiah’s Covenant Community Church. Pastor Schlissel discussed Biblical fatherhood, christian culture, and how to think covenantally. Our thanks to Pastor Schlissel for his time and insights into these subjects. (http://www.messiahnyc.org/excerpts.asp)
We conclude our series with graphic designer and author, Mike Bull on his book, “Bible Matrix: An Introduction to the DNA of Scriptures”. Go and visit Mike Bull’s Blog. Our thanks to Mike for his willingness to talk about his book! Hope you find this profitable and enjoyable.
In this episode we feature an interview with Michael Bull, author of “Bible Matrix: An Introduction to the DNA of the Scriptures”. Our thanks to Mike for taking the time to talk about his book.
We wanted to discuss the nature of God. At first, this may sound too abstract without any relevance to our daily lives, but how we understand the God of the Bible affects how we understand the Bible itself.Our thanks to Dr. Joel Garver for his explanation and distinction between Classical and Open Theism.
In this interview, Pastor James Grant speaks about John Frame and Evangelicalism. He is a contributor, together with Justin Taylor, to Speaking the Truth in Love: The Theology of John Frame.
In our third part of our series on the season of Lent we return to the comments of Doug Roorda and Rich Lusk on the distinction of feasting vs. fasting in Lent. Our hearty thanks to both these men for taking the time to explain and remind us of the key aspects of Lent for the Church of Jesus Christ.
We again feature Doug Roorda & Rich Lusk discussing the balance of sadness and Lent. Hear both men talk about how the protestant might look to utilize this time of the church year and the notion of Lent as “a serious joy”