Interview with Wayne Hays, author of Daily Fight: One Year of Daily Bible Readings

Get stout defense for your family with the help of Daily Fight. This daily lectionary is meatier than the average devotional, and will help equip you and your family to live with vitality and courage before…


Interview with David Koyzis on Authority, Office, and the Image of God

This book argues that authority cannot be identified with mere power, is not to be played off against freedom, and is not a mere social construction. Rather it is resident in an office given us by God himsel…


Interview with Matt Bianco: “Letters to My Sons”

From “Letters to My Sons:”

“Once upon a time, fathers had “the talk” with their sons. They used to say it was the talk about “the birds and the bees.” As a young man, I had tha…


Dismissing Jesus: An Interview with Douglas Jones

Doug Jones begins his book with the following words:
I am spiritually blind. Conservative Christian and blind. I am one of the many who followed the broad path and said to Jesus “I will follow you” but d…


The Trinitarian Father: An Interview with Uri Brito

On this episode, Jarrod Richie interviews co-host, Uri Brito, on his new book The Trinitarian Father. Pastor Brito gives an overview of the book as well as tell us what readers should expect as they begin to…


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Answering Open Theism, Part 3

   Answering Open Theism, part 3: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download We conclude our series with Professor Joel Garver by answering the open theist’s claims and arguments. Our thanks to Dr. Garver for taking the time to do this for us!

Answering Open Theism, Part 2

   Answering Open Theism, Part 2 [12:30m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download We pick back up with Professor Joel Garver as he discusses open theism in more depth. Our Thanks to Joel Garver for his time and energy in explaining and clarifying theism.

Answering Open Theism, Part 1

   Answering Open Theism, Part 1 [13:20m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download 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.
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