This week we discuss our time in Boston at the Evangelical Theological Society and the Society of Biblical Literature.
This week we look at the new movie by Les Lanphere titled “Calvinist”. We will discuss some the good and also where we think this film may have fallen short. Also, a comment on our last show will be discussed.
A discussion about the Protestant view of the sacraments and the idea that the Bible should be added to the list. Also, a conversation on an article written that suggests the reformation failed, and that Protestants and Catholics should reunite. What are the implications of this teaching?
It's the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Luther's act of nailing the 95 theses to the door at Wittenberg is often seen as a push against Papal authority or salvation by works, but these issues would stem out of Luther's fight against the doctrine of indulgences.
At what point do we decide to stop engaging in discussions about things like Flat Earth, or Paleo Hebrew Word Pictures? Should we continue to discuss these things? Or are they worthless conversations?
The Aaronic benediction is discussed, also a look at what a Sukkah has to be made of and a discussion about theology.
A look at an article that attempts to prove Aramaic primacy. But there is much more in this article than just a debate on language.
The guys look at Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) to see if we should really be using these songs for worship. Also, what is Azazel in Lev.16:8?
The guys look at claims that Rosh HaShanah comes from the Pagan New Year.
We look at the Messianic Seal of Jerusalem. We then turn to Exodus 21:22-25 and discuss the Hebrew to understand if this passage really speaks about unborn children.
The guys recap the 2017 TorahResource Institute Family Camp. Then a look at imputed righteousness, and finally a brief look at the Nashville Statement.
A look at another video about the recent solar eclipse that happened on August 21st, 2017. Also, why did Yeshua have to be crucified? An interesting position is discussed.