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I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Jewana White - The Midlife Resuscitator, Speaker & Licensed Massage Therapist

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 24:55


About Jewanna WhiteThe Midlife Resuscitator, Speaker & Licensed Massage TherapistJewana White is a Medical Intuitive creating Awareness and Connection Mind, Body and Soul. Known as the Midlife Resuscitator, Jewana uses a unique system of CPR (Connecting, Processing and Releasing) to begin your journey back to the life you were created to live. She began this journey with Body connection by becoming a Phlebotomist and Nursing assistant at 19 years old. Her path took a detour at 21 when she started working for the MTA LIRR During her 23 years of service to LIRR she acquired a Bachelor's degree in Biblical Studies, An Associate degree in Massage Therapy and is currently acquiring her masters in Chinese Medicine with a focus in Acupuncture. She is a reiki master, a trained clairvoyant and a holistic coach. As a single mother of two young men, Jewana knows how to juggle her time and energy to achieve exceptional results. She is the founder of U~Factor Wellness, where the Journey Within Begins. She works with women that are ready to harness the power within to transcend from their current existence into a more empowered reality. She Loves good company, food, music and loves to laugh. One of her visions is creating a wellness center where people can go to feel the high frequency of being who they are.https://www.ufactorwellness.com/

Loving Liberty Radio Network
11-30-2022 Washington Watch Live with Tony Perkins

Loving Liberty Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 54:10


Warren Davidson, U.S. Representative for the 8th District of Ohio, reacts to the Senate passage of the (Dis)Respect for Marriage Act and a Department of Defense report on the threat posed by China. Justin Danhof, Head of Corporate Governance at Strive Asset Management, responds to Disney's apparent retreat on woke policies and other reports that Apple is aiding China's censorship efforts. Denny Burk, Professor of Biblical Studies at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, pushes back on the narrative that Christians can be personally against same-sex marriage but support it publicly. Travis Weber, FRC's Vice President for Policy and Government Affairs, reacts to Sen. Cynthia Lummis's (R-WY) floor speech justifying her support for the (Dis)Respect for Marriage Act and shares action steps as the legislation returns to House of Representatives. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support

Revival Lifestyle with Isaiah Saldivar
Ex Cessationist Greg Locke on how he started casting out demons

Revival Lifestyle with Isaiah Saldivar

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 75:34


Ex-Cessationist Greg Locke shares the story of how deliverance and miracles broke out in his church. Are we really seeing a deliverance revival in the body of Christ, and if so, what does that look like?    www.Isaiahsaldivar.com    SHOW NOTES    "People need to understand that we are the 29th chapter of the book of ACTS!" -Greg Locke   Pastor Greg Locke is the Founding and Lead Pastor of Global Vision Bible Church in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, just outside Nashville. The social media firebrand is the author of the #1 Bestselling Spiritual Warfare Series and is the host of On Point with Pastor Greg Locke. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Studies, a Master's Degree in Revival History, and is a popular revivalist and speaker in churches and political circles alike. The Lord has blessed him with one of the largest social media platforms in the nation, and Global Vision has the most broad-reaching livestream ministry in the world. While raising six kids of their own, Pastor Locke and his wife Taisha work hand in hand in the ministry and have a heart to reach those who are broken and have been forgotten by the Church.   Featured Guests: Greg Locke Ministry Site: https://pastorlocke.com/   Connect With Isaiah Saldivar, the Host of Revival Lifestyle Podcast   www.Isaiahsaldivar.com www.Instagram.com/Isaiahsaldivar www.Facebook.com/Isaiahsaldivar www.youtube.com/Isaiahsaldivar   To sow  www.Isaiahsaldivar.com/partner 

Tell Me the Story
51. God Renames Jacob

Tell Me the Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 43:52


Jacob's short-lived WrestleMania results in a shameful title, that of Israel. However, in his arrogance, he wears it like a championship belt all unaware of the reasoning behind his circumstances. Now, in this chapter, God himself calls Jacob Israel, but for what purpose? What is different about this renaming from the previous one? Come and see... Intro and outro music Copyright © Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Brookline, MA, used by permission. All rights reserved.

Smart Business Writing with Kent Sanders
Professor Anne Sheridan on Why You Should Read Classic Literature

Smart Business Writing with Kent Sanders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 41:29


My guest today is Professor Anne Sheridan, and she's going to help take the intimidation factor out of reading classic literature. Anne is an educator, a pastor's wife, and a mother of three girls living in Davenport, Iowa. She has undergraduate degrees in Piano Performance and English, a graduate certificate in Biblical Studies, and an MA in English. Anne has several years of experience teaching at the college level, with courses on Speech, English Composition, English Literature, and Christian Fantasy Literature. She enjoys reading in community and helping students to discover and appreciate the joys of reading. Anne and I talk about what makes a classic a “classic,” why you shouldn't feel intimidated by literature, how to distinguish between different genres, why Shakespeare was so great, how to make time to read, and of course… Star Wars, a topic that seems to make an appearance on my podcast every few interviews or so. You can connect with Anne on Twitter @A_L_Sheridan.

chatologie
Episode 200: Why Hanukkah is for Christians Too Kristi McLelland

chatologie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 73:36


I'm so excited to air this interview for you at this time of year.  Last year, as a part of the Simple Seminary community, we interviewed Kristi McLelland, a Biblical Studies professor at Willamson College in middle Tennessee, after her recent visit to Chicago to celebrate Hanukkah, The Festival of Lights, with a Jewish family.  You guys, there is so much to learn about this celebration that actually happened during the inter-testamental period, between the happenings of the Old and New Testament.  This conversation is filled with passion and will enlighten you to so much, not only about the tradition and practice of Hanukkah, but also about the significance of Jesus, The Light of the World that came to pierce the darkness.  This is one of my favorite interviews of all time…and I'm so glad you are here for it.Mentioned in the show:Simple Seminary:  https://www.simpleseminary.org/ - use the code: ANGIE at check out to save $10 on the annual membership feeLinks to Messiah:  https://linkstomessiah.com/  Use SOCKS at the checkout for Hannakah socks in your first boxCompassion:  Sponsor a child with compassion.com/iveymedia - https://www.compassion.com/sponsor_a_child/?referer=647707Prep Dish:  2 weeks for free:https://prepdish.com/subscribe/free-trial-2-weeks/?utm_source=infusionsoft&utm_medium=aff&utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=prettylink&utm&utm_campaign=mpangie&cookieUUID=ad784ae4-85f0-4bd6-95d4-6d094a55de8dPrep for Marriage:  https://legacycountdown.com/Hanukkah means dedication.  The Festival of lights.  The Festival of Dedication.John 10:22 - The Light of the World celebrates the Festival of Lights (The Festival of Dedication)Connect with Kristi:Website:  www.kristimclelland.comInstagram:  https://www.instagram.com/kristimclelland/?hl=enConnect With Angie:Website: chatologie.comIG: @angiebrownelkinsTwitter: @AngieelkinsFacebook: @chatologieangieelkinsProduced and Edited by Lainie ThomasContact: lainie@angieelkinsmedia.com for more info

On The Edge Of Equity
The Power of Community Engagement with Faithe Colas

On The Edge Of Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 23:12


Multifaceted Faithe Colas discusses the power of community engagement and connecting people, emphasizing the importance of trust when building personal and professional relationships. She also shares her thoughts about authenticity and why she enjoys supporting young people as they're coming up in their careers.Finally, Colas discusses community journalism in Milwaukee and how members of the Black press and broadcast media impact community engagement. Tune in for valuable tips about building and nurturing relationships! Episode Highlights: 01:48 - I think about community engagement being the heart and the soul of an organization. I also think about community engagement as being the heart and the soul of the community. Because when you connect people together, one to another, it grows the community. It can be organic or it can be strategic, but it is a plus for the community. 08:59 - I think you have to be genuine about sharing your gifts. Be authentic about caring, about what someone brings to you. I mean, you got to feel it in your heart. And as a woman of God, I feel it in my heart. I can see that this person is genuine, that they really care about the community. They care about this project. They care about what it is they're trying to do. 19:00 - You got to be willing to hold the hand of someone when they come and ask for help. They have dug real deep to come in and ask for help, whether it's generational or not. They are still digging deep to ask for help. And by you having the conversation, you put them at ease. You say, "I'm someone you can talk to. I'm someone you can trust. I'm someone that cares about why you came in. But I know if you came in for that, you probably need this, this, this. And we won't talk about at all today, but I want you to know that I'm thinking about you because I care about you." That's meaningful community engagement. Connect with Becky Dubin JenkinsLinkedInConnect with Faithe ColasLinkedIn Guest BioFaithe Colas has a 33-year career in media and community engagement. Her sweet spot is connecting people and growing the community through public and community relations. She's passionate about empowering women, supporting Black businesses and changing the narrative about Milwaukee.Colas is the host and producer of “I'm Every Woman” and “There's Always Something Good to Talk About,” which air on 860Today.com. She's a member of the National Council of Negro Women-Milwaukee Section, NAACP Milwaukee Chapter, Wisconsin Black Media Association, Milwaukee Press Club, Public Relations Society of America-Milwaukee Chapter and WUWM Advisory Board. She's also a lead fundraiser for the WUWM Eric Von Broadcast Fellowship, which honors her late husband's legacy by fostering the next generation of broadcast journalists.Colas was born and raised in Milwaukee. She is a John Marshall High School graduate and holds a bachelor's degree in Biblical Studies from Midwest Bible College.In another life, Colas would have been a professor of African-American studies and the history of the Black press. If she ever gets free time, she'd fill it with reading books, going to lectures, attending author readings and watching documentaries.

Exegetically Speaking
How to Insult with a Consonant, with Catherine McDowell: 2 Kings 1:2

Exegetically Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 9:02


Dr. Catherine McDowell is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, having previously taught at Wheaton College. She also serves part-time as a professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at Séminaire Théologique Mondelus in Milot, Haiti. With Philip Towner, she authored, The Rewards of Learning Greek and Hebrew: Discovering the Richness of the Bible in Its Original Languages, among other things. How does the knowledge of the Biblical languages contribute to deepened understanding of the Bible, and what are some of its fruits?

Tell Me the Story
50. Weaponized Circumcision

Tell Me the Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 26:00


Back in chapter 17, the covenant of circumcision was imposed upon Abraham and everyone in his household. This was done in order to emasculate the males under the covenant in order to emphasize God's authority and ownership over the progeny. So circumcision then is an invitation to God's community, and a physical reminder of one's obedience and submission to God's providence. So the idea here is that God is completely in control of all reproduction, as he also opens and closes women's wombs as well. God is the sole judge. But here in chapter 34, we have an abuse of this practice. Certain characters will impose circumcision upon their enemies, using that as a weapon to weaken them, and then slaughter them in that compromised state. And it just so happens these characters are the progenitors of Israel's priestly class. In other words, the upper echelon of society. Yikes. Let's hear the story. Intro and outro music Copyright © Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Brookline, MA, used by permission. All rights reserved.

The Main Thing Podcast
Ep. 81 - Michael Card Shares Powerful Wisdom

The Main Thing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 19:40


Welcome to the Main Thing Podcast! Our special guest today is one of my favorite authors. For more than 30 years Michael Card has endeavored to engage with the text of Scripture, whether through the writing of music and books or in the context of the conference or the classroom. In the course of 30 albums, 22 books and numerous concerts, Michael has invited listeners and readers to honestly wrestle with the Bible, seeking to grasp the meaning of the text with all the heart and mind.  A graduate of Western Kentucky Univ., Michael received his bachelor's and master's degrees in Biblical Studies. Michael travels frequently each year, teaching and sharing his music at Biblical Imagination Conferences. He also facilitates annual Life of Christ tours in Israel. He and his wife, Susan, have four children and four grandchildren. Michael lives in Franklin, Tennessee, where along with a group of close friends, he pursues racial reconciliation and neighborhood renewal.  Get ready! Over the next 19 minutes, you will discover why Michael Card is one of the wisest people I know. Resources Michael Card's website Michael's book “Luke - The Gospel of Amazement”   Stay Connected with Us Twitter @themainthingpod Instagram @themainthingpod Facebook - @TheMainThingPod LinkedIn - The MainThing Podcast   Credits Editor + Technical Advisor Bob Hotchkiss Brand + Strategy Advisor Andy Malinoski Public Relations + Partnerships Advisor Rachel Bell   Ways You Can Support the Growth of this Podcast Become a subscriber. Share the podcast with one or two friends. Follow us on social media @TheMainThingPod Buy some Main Thing Merch from our Merchandise Store. Become a patron of the show and support us on Patreon with funding. Buy a book authored or recommended by our wise guests on BookShop.   Content You Will Enjoy in This Episode [00:00:01] - Intro and welcome [00:01:35] - Brief bio for Michael Card [00:03:00] - Greetings and opening dialog [00:03:15] - The inspiration for his book “Luke - The Gospel of Amazement” [00:04:50] - Digging into the concept of Imaginative Inquiry [00:05:50] - There are facts, and then there's the question: What do the facts mean? [00:06:32] - Jesus spent 3 months of every year walking [00:07:30] - Are you a heart-learner or a mind-learner? [00:08:20] - How Michael and Skip are connected [00:09:30] - A place for you to find books written by guests of this show [00:10:15] - Michael shares his Main Thing [00:12:20] - Meeting his mentor, Dr. William Lane; the incarnation of an idea [00:14:05] - Skip shares the impact of Michael's book in 2011 [00:15:45] - A recent experience when Michael had to apply his main thing [00:17:40] - Where to go to discover more about Michael, his books and music [00:18:05] - What's next for Michael? The next book and beyond [00:19:09] - Thank you and good-by9 [00:14:20] - Outro  

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide
LATE NIGHT WITH JERRY ROYCE LIVE & KELLY HOLLAND - EP 827 SANDRA E JACKSON (facilitator, panelist, and ordained evangelist)

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 47:48


SANDRA E JACKSON Sandra E. Jackson is the twelfth child of the late Bishop Samuel I. Rumph and Elect Lady Priscilla M. Rumph. She is an enthusiastic and self-motivated author, life insurance agent, facilitator, panelist, and ordained evangelist. She is currently a divorced mother of nine adorable children and has been a Hoosier for nearly five years. Sandra has turned her adversities into becoming an entrepreneur, author, and radio show host. Her mother is the inspiration behind her purpose. In 2007, Sandra published her first bibliography dedicated to her mother, entitled The Greatest Mother in The World. In 2020, she became a co-author of My Hidden Strength. Tidbits of Wisdom: A Gem-a-Day, released on October 15 of this year with co-author Beverly Renford. The excitement continues with her newest #1 Best Seller, Trauma, Grief, Pain~Bodies, & Healing, released on her birthday, March 25, 2022, which has surprised the entire planet; Look for the anthology Life After..., coming in September 2022. Sandra has a passion for people of all races, creeds, and colors. She is the host of There Is Life After Divorce seminars- to encourage divorcees to push forward. Her roles of responsibility are the Ministerial Alliance Ministry, the Prison Ministry, serving during revivals, altar worker Sunday-school teaching, and soul-winning for Christ. But, it didn't stop there- graduating seemed impossible. Still, she persevered through life's unforeseen circumstances and graduated from Nazarene Bible College with her bachelor's degree in Theology and Biblical Studies on May 29, 2021. As for accomplishing personal goals, Sandra has had a long-standing dream to be on the radio. In Psalms chapter 37, David reveals that he has never seen the righteous forsaken; therefore, she pushes daily to accomplish her dreams. As of March 2021, Sandra is the host of two shows. Both of which air on the Stellar Award Nominated Awesome God Radio. Sandra's Author's Forum is where Christian authors are spotlighted. Marriage Symposium emphasizes God-centered marriages and all it takes to create, strengthen, and maintain such a relationship. Watch each show on Kingdom Purpose TV every Thursday at 9 p.m. EST. Her favorite quotes are: "I Am Ecstatic to Be Alive!" and "Dream Big!"

New Books Network
Boruch Twersky, "From Moav to Mashiach" (Menucha Publishers, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 16:23


Elimelech's family living in Moab, the conversion of Ruth, and Boaz's efforts to establish his permission for marrying Ruth despite her Moabite roots, these were all important links in the chain that led to the establishment of the Davidic dynasty. Join us as we speak with Rabbi Boruch Twersky about his adaptation of the Maharal Tzinz's commentary on the story of Ruth. Boston-born Boruch Twersky lives in Beitar, Israel, with his wife and 15 children. He has spent several years pursuing advanced Torah learning in kollel, authored many articles and translated a number of books.  Michael Morales is Professor of Biblical Studies at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and the author of The Tabernacle Pre-Figured: Cosmic Mountain Ideology in Genesis and Exodus(Peeters, 2012), Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?: A Biblical Theology of Leviticus(IVP Academic, 2015), and Exodus Old and New: A Biblical Theology of Redemption (IVP Academic, 2020). He can be reached at mmorales@gpts.edu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Jewish Studies
Boruch Twersky, "From Moav to Mashiach" (Menucha Publishers, 2022)

New Books in Jewish Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 16:23


Elimelech's family living in Moab, the conversion of Ruth, and Boaz's efforts to establish his permission for marrying Ruth despite her Moabite roots, these were all important links in the chain that led to the establishment of the Davidic dynasty. Join us as we speak with Rabbi Boruch Twersky about his adaptation of the Maharal Tzinz's commentary on the story of Ruth. Boston-born Boruch Twersky lives in Beitar, Israel, with his wife and 15 children. He has spent several years pursuing advanced Torah learning in kollel, authored many articles and translated a number of books.  Michael Morales is Professor of Biblical Studies at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and the author of The Tabernacle Pre-Figured: Cosmic Mountain Ideology in Genesis and Exodus(Peeters, 2012), Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?: A Biblical Theology of Leviticus(IVP Academic, 2015), and Exodus Old and New: A Biblical Theology of Redemption (IVP Academic, 2020). He can be reached at mmorales@gpts.edu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/jewish-studies

New Books in Biblical Studies
Boruch Twersky, "From Moav to Mashiach" (Menucha Publishers, 2022)

New Books in Biblical Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 16:23


Elimelech's family living in Moab, the conversion of Ruth, and Boaz's efforts to establish his permission for marrying Ruth despite her Moabite roots, these were all important links in the chain that led to the establishment of the Davidic dynasty. Join us as we speak with Rabbi Boruch Twersky about his adaptation of the Maharal Tzinz's commentary on the story of Ruth. Boston-born Boruch Twersky lives in Beitar, Israel, with his wife and 15 children. He has spent several years pursuing advanced Torah learning in kollel, authored many articles and translated a number of books.  Michael Morales is Professor of Biblical Studies at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and the author of The Tabernacle Pre-Figured: Cosmic Mountain Ideology in Genesis and Exodus(Peeters, 2012), Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?: A Biblical Theology of Leviticus(IVP Academic, 2015), and Exodus Old and New: A Biblical Theology of Redemption (IVP Academic, 2020). He can be reached at mmorales@gpts.edu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biblical-studies

New Books in Religion
Boruch Twersky, "From Moav to Mashiach" (Menucha Publishers, 2022)

New Books in Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 16:23


Elimelech's family living in Moab, the conversion of Ruth, and Boaz's efforts to establish his permission for marrying Ruth despite her Moabite roots, these were all important links in the chain that led to the establishment of the Davidic dynasty. Join us as we speak with Rabbi Boruch Twersky about his adaptation of the Maharal Tzinz's commentary on the story of Ruth. Boston-born Boruch Twersky lives in Beitar, Israel, with his wife and 15 children. He has spent several years pursuing advanced Torah learning in kollel, authored many articles and translated a number of books.  Michael Morales is Professor of Biblical Studies at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and the author of The Tabernacle Pre-Figured: Cosmic Mountain Ideology in Genesis and Exodus(Peeters, 2012), Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?: A Biblical Theology of Leviticus(IVP Academic, 2015), and Exodus Old and New: A Biblical Theology of Redemption (IVP Academic, 2020). He can be reached at mmorales@gpts.edu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith & Culture
The Call to Follow (with Rick Langer)

Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith & Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 40:23


There are lots of seminars on leadership but when is the last time you attended a seminar on “follower-ship?” Don't we commonly think of followers as people who are not leaders? But that's most of us, isn't it? Maybe the Bible thinks of followership differently since all of are called to be followers of Jesus? Join Scott and Sean as they interview one of the co-authors, Rick Langer of the new book, The Call to Follow (co-authored with Joanne Jung).Rick is a Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology and the Director of the Office of Faith and Learning at Biola University. He specializes in the integration of faith and learning, and has also published in the areas of bioethics, theology and philosophy.==========Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith and Culture is a podcast from Talbot School of Theology at Biola University, which offers degrees both online and on campus in Southern California.   Read a transcript of this episode at: https://www.biola.edu/blogs/think-biblically/2022/the-call-to-follow.   Find all episodes of Think Biblically at: https://www.biola.edu/think-biblically   Watch video episodes at: https://bit.ly/think-biblically-video   

Sterling College
Keynote Convocation • Dr. Tim Gabrielson

Sterling College

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 18:59


On the August 19, 2022 episode of the Sterling College Chapel Podcast, Dr. Tim Gabrielson—Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Sterling College—gives the Keynote Convocation sermon, hosted by Sterling College's own Academic Affairs Department. Sterling College is a private, Christian, four-year liberal arts college located in Sterling, Kansas, with a mission "to develop creative and thoughtful leaders who understand a maturing Christian faith." For more information, please visit us at www.sterling.edu.

Outer Brightness: From Mormon to Jesus
Thoughts on the Textus Receptus vs Critical Text Debate w/ Dwayne Green

Outer Brightness: From Mormon to Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 62:34


“Lions, and tigers, and bears. Oh my!” Textus Receptus, and Modern Critical Text, and Comma Johanneum. Oh my! The Apostate Paul, here. No sooner had I began attending a Christian church back in 2010, and declared myself an “ex-Mormon Christian” online did Latter-day Saints begin to challenge my belief in the Bible as the reliable Word of God. I quickly learned of critical Biblical scholars like Bart Ehrman, and had to bone up on terms like those above. I had to try to make sense of the many debates around text-types, and the impacts they have on English translations of the Bible. As I did so, I wondered how my former co-religionists were so knowledgeable on these topics when they were fairly new to me. Was it because I didn't attend BYU? Is that where they learned to use such tactics to bolster the LDS claim to additional Scripture? As I studied, I reached tentative conclusions that I discussed with others on Facebook as these issues came up. “So the Comma Johanneum isn't in the earliest manuscripts, does that necessarily mean that it was an intentional corruption of the text? And even if it isn't original, so what? Textual criticism can trace to where it seems to have been introduced in the transmission of the text.” When I did so, I was challenged vigorously by a KJV-only Christian. It was a veritable mine field to try to navigate as a new Christian trying to defend his faith against volleys from Mormon online apologists. I struggled to get my mind around the breadth of the topic of textual criticism. Part of the answer for me was to attend a Christian Seminary to seek a degree in Biblical Studies. Not everyone can do that. In this episode we welcome Dwayne Green to help listeners get the lay of the land regarding this topic. He's very knowledgeable and has a YouTube Channel that is very helpful. Follow him if you want to dig deeper into topics related to textual criticism of the Bible. https://www.youtube.com/@Dwayne_Green

Teach Me Thy Statutes
The Unjust Steward

Teach Me Thy Statutes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 11:49


We discuss the "Parable of the Unjust Steward." This parable often confuses readers because of the poor English translations. Fr Aaron noted the better translation of the "unjust steward" is the "steward of/to the unjust." Understood in this light, the parable makes complete sense with the rest of the New Testament and underscores how the Gospel was taken to the Gentiles/nations. While the mission to the Jews by and large failed, the Apostle Paul and others, the stewards of the unjust, found success in offering God's mercy and leniency to the nations.

The Every Nation Podcast
Adam Mabry: The Art of Rest

The Every Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 31:49


What's the holiest thing you can do today? Adam Mabry, Lead Pastor of Aletheia Church Cambridge and Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology for the Every Nation Seminary, shares from personal experience what it means to resist the demands of our idols.

Catholicism and Culture
The Idolatry of Politics with Fr. Tim Peters

Catholicism and Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 59:29


Fr. Tim Peters, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at St. John' Seminary, explains the historical, theological, and spiritual significance of 1 Samuel 8. If you are interested in learning more about the online M.A. in Pastoral Ministry Program for lay students at St. John's Seminary, email Dr. Stuart Squires at mapm@stjohnsem.edu

THE JERICHO FORCE PODCAST
The Jericho Force Podcast with Jason Davis - EP 64 Dr. Nathaniel Dunlap (Executive Director, PRF Institute)

THE JERICHO FORCE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 52:29


ABOUT OUR GUEST: Rev. Dr. Nathaniel Dunlap, Jr.Dr. Nathaniel Dunlap, Jr currently serves as the Founder and Executive Director of the PRF Teaching Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit teaching organization renowned for teaching financial and stewardship principles to diverse communities across the nation. Dr. Dunlap is a former commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, a wartime veteran, as well as an ordained minister. He is the former leader of the Army's Personal Financial Management Course at Fort Benning, GA, and has worked as a consultant to the federal government on national security matters for almost 20 years. He has authored two books, Don't Leave Me Like This: Inspiration To Leave A Legacy and What's Next? Preparing For Eternity. A respected educator and veteran of higher education, Dr. Dunlap also serves as the Chief Diversity Officer for Point University in West Point, GA, where he also teaches in the Department of Biblical Studies. Dr. Dunlap's academic crown flaunts a Bachelor's degree in Individualized Studies (Administration of Justice) from Virginia State University, Master's degrees from Columbus State University (MPA) and Columbis Theological Seminary, and an earned Doctor of Ministry degree (Conflict Transformation) from New York Theological Seminary.

Context Matters
Archaeology with Steven Ortiz

Context Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 30:00


Learn more about Dr. Ortiz, his projects, and his writings  HEREExplore the Lanier Center for Archeology HERELearn about the Tel Burna Excavation Project (with articles, pictures and videos!) HEREContact Cyndi Parker through Narrative of Place Learn more about me and sign up for upcoming tours of Israel/Palestine.Join Cyndi Parker's  Patreon Team!

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide
The Jericho Force Podcast with Jason Davis - EP 64 Dr. Nathaniel Dunlap (Executive Director, PRF Institute)

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 52:29


ABOUT OUR GUEST: Rev. Dr. Nathaniel Dunlap, Jr. Dr. Nathaniel Dunlap, Jr currently serves as the Founder and Executive Director of the PRF Teaching Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit teaching organization renowned for teaching financial and stewardship principles to diverse communities across the nation. Dr. Dunlap is a former commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, a wartime veteran, as well as an ordained minister. He is the former leader of the Army's Personal Financial Management Course at Fort Benning, GA, and has worked as a consultant to the federal government on national security matters for almost 20 years. He has authored two books, Don't Leave Me Like This: Inspiration To Leave A Legacy and What's Next? Preparing For Eternity. A respected educator and veteran of higher education, Dr. Dunlap also serves as the Chief Diversity Officer for Point University in West Point, GA, where he also teaches in the Department of Biblical Studies. Dr. Dunlap's academic crown flaunts a Bachelor's degree in Individualized Studies (Administration of Justice) from Virginia State University, Master's degrees from Columbus State University (MPA) and Columbis Theological Seminary, and an earned Doctor of Ministry degree (Conflict Transformation) from New York Theological Seminary.

The Reverend and the Reprobate
Calling Out the Called: The Shane Pruitt Interview

The Reverend and the Reprobate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 50:07


The Reverend and the Reprobate talk with National Next Gen Director for the North American Mission Board, Shane Pruitt. Shane talks with the Rev and Rep Podcast about his new book "Calling Out the Called", why so many under 40 are choosing not to go into ministry, and the challenges that face the modern church.  @Shane Pruitt  serves as the National Next Gen Director for the North American Mission Board (NAMB). He and his wife, Kasi, reside in Rockwall, TX with their six children – Raygen, Harper, Titus, Morris, Elliot, & Glory. He has been in ministry for over 20 years as a denominational leader, church planter, lead pastor, and student pastor. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Studies, and a Master's Degree in History. Check out Shane: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShanePruittTX Twitter: https://twitter.com/shane_pruitt78 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shane_pruitt78 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shane_pruitt78/

Tell Me the Story
49. Esau the Merciful

Tell Me the Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 14:54


The man Jacob wrestled with was a foreshadowing of his expected battle with Esau, the brother who swore to kill Jacob 20 years prior. However, Jacob sees that he is outmatched this time, so instead of squaring up for a fight, he falls to the ground in humility, fully expecting his brother's wrath. To Jacob's surprise, the only thing he receives from his brother is mercy. How then does he remember that mercy? Come and see. Intro and outro music Copyright © Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Brookline, MA, used by permission. All rights reserved.

Down the Wormhole
Elevating the Discourse with Richard Middleton

Down the Wormhole

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 50:09


Episode 112 In part 16 of our Sinai and Synapses interview series, we are talking with Dr. Richard Middleton. Dr. Middleton is Professor of Biblical Worldview and Exegesis at Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, NY. He is past president of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies (2019–2021) and the Canadian-American Theological Association (2011–2014). His most recent book is Abraham's Silence: The Binding of Isaac, the Suffering of Job, and How to Talk Back to God (Baker Academic, 2021). We talk about the freedom and wisdom that comes from letting the Bible be what the Bible is. What is the point of Job? Does God really need all that praise? How does paleoanthropology inform our reading of scripture?    https://jrichardmiddleton.com/   Sinai and Synapses - https://sinaiandsynapses.org/   Support this podcast on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/DowntheWormholepodcast   More information at https://www.downthewormhole.com/   produced by Zack Jackson music by Zack Jackson and Barton Willis 

Teach Me Thy Statutes
The Temptation of External Rituals

Teach Me Thy Statutes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 13:33


In today's episode we discussed how St. Paul urges the Colossians to avoid the temptations of external rituals that lead to self-righteousness, whether they be pagan or Jewish rituals. In these rituals, we cannot add to what God has already accomplished for us through Jesus Christ. Instead, we respond with thankfulness by loving our neighbors and uplifting the weak. We concluded by discussing our need to avoid the cancer of self-righteousness, which can affect us regardless of our denomination.

Uncensored Christian
What We're Made For - Ephesians 3:14-15

Uncensored Christian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 30:33


With the rise of "self-love" in our culture, we are starting also to see a decline in purpose and meaning.  How is it possible to love ourselves more while also losing our life's purpose?  Could it be that we have started to love the wrong thing?  To find more "Uncensored Christian" content including Video versions of the podcast, Social Media links, and more use the Link down below!https://lnk.bio/dantewIf you would like to support this podcast financially you can give online by clicking here https://paypal.me/uchristianpod?locale.x=en_US . Your gift helps this podcast reach more people around the world!If you have questions or would like to reach out, email uchristianpod@gmail.comInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/dantebwill/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UChristianPodcast 

Covenant College
By the Mercies

Covenant College

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 25:00


Dr. Herb Ward | Professor of Biblical Studies, Department Chair | Covenant College | Lookout Mountain, GA

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase
#25 How to Study the Bible As a Christian Man

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 42:47


How can you truly be ready to be the worldview leader in your personal life and your family? The answer is that you have to be in Scripture. You may already have a great method that you have been using for years, and you're looking to try something new. Or you might be new to studying the Bible, and you're looking for a way you can use to sink your teeth in and understand what God is saying to you in His word, and what He wants you to do as a result. Or maybe you have a method for studying the Bible on your own, but you need a good method for leading your family. This episode is for you. You're about to discover the THINK Method of Biblical Study. In this episode you'll learn: How to make initial observations about a text of Scripture. Five steps to studying any passage from the Bible. Two resources to help you answer questions that come up from your Bible study. Where to find a free resource to help you study the Bible using this method. ---- Resources: The THINK Method Full Guide (Free): https://thethink.institute/thinkmethod/ NET Bible (with epic footnotes): https://netbible.org/bible/ Free Bible Commentaries from BibleHub: https://biblehub.com/commentaries/ ---- Please support this work! Give to the Think Institute at https://thethink.institute/partner. —- Join the ThinkSquad community: https://facebook.com/groups/thinksquad ---- Subscribe to the Think Institute YouTube Channel! This channel will deliver even more knowledge on how to answer questions and objections to the Christian worldview! If you subscribe now, you'll get to hear the next video in this series... ---- Want to bring Joel to speak at your church or event? Go here: https://thethink.institute/booking ---- Music Credits: Synthwave Intro 10 by TaigaSoundProd Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/8736-synthwave-intro-10 License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Music: Happy Excited Intro 32 by TaigaSoundProd Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/8673-happy-excited-intro-32 License (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Artist website: https://linktr.ee/taigasoundprod --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/worldviewlegacy/message

Chapel Probation
S2.E16: Eugene- The Singing Philosophy and Biblical Studies Major

Chapel Probation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 69:00


Eugene was a student in my last ever Freshman Writing class at APU. We've kept in touch over the years, and I knew I wanted him to tell his story on Chapel Probation early on. After sharing an experience on the facebook group, Eugene agreed to be interviewed, and I'm so glad. We talk about the special brand of evangelical racism he encountered, his experiences being in all the different choirs, and his memories of being a closeted queer student before coming out years after he left APU. While most non-white cis-het men have to deal with bigotry and marginalization, Eugene had to deal with feeling both invisible and stereotyped as an Asian American, and feeling like his sexual identity was something to tamp down and ignore. Fortunately, he has learned and is learning to explore all aspects of his identity now. And like so many, he has APU to thank for his faith deconstruction, which has enabled him to dive into his identities. Nate and Gail from the Full Mutuality podcast join me and my daughter Audrey for this week's Chapel Probation players sketch. And we continue with our "special" music bits with a bonus segment in which we re-imagine a beloved worship song as a queer anthem. You'll hear Eugene in the "studio" recording the track as the "producer" tries to make sense of it as the track becomes more and more...horny. Chapel Probation is part of the Dauntless Media Collective Music by Scott Okamoto, Jenyi, and Shin Kawasaki and Wingo Shackleford Join the Chapel Probation Patreon to support Scott and for bonus content. Join the Chapel Probation Facebook group to continue the conversations. Follow Scott on Instagram and Twitter You can subscribe to Scott's newsletter and learn more about the book, the blog, and performances at rscottokamoto.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scott-okamoto/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scott-okamoto/support

You CAN Tell The Children
Episode 66 - Teaching Kids Contentment w/ Laurie Christine

You CAN Tell The Children

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 28:58


God is so good and He gives us everything we need! Our guest today, Laurie Christine, shares ideas of how to teach children about contentment — and what a perfect time of year to chat about this! When we go back to the beginning of the Bible, Genesis shows us that the root of the very first sin can be traced to discontentment with God's provision and goodness. Our conversation centers around the cure for this, which is found when our lives are filled with Jesus. Laurie gives practical advice and fun tools that will help teach kids contentment. Ready to help the children in your life develop a heart of gratitude? Let's go… LAURIE CHRISTINE is an author, podcast host, certified Biblical Parenting Coach, wife, and mom of four wild, loud, adventurous boys. Her podcast, Redeeming the Chaos, invites moms of boys to join her on the wild, wonderful, adventure of raising courageous boys and connecting them with Christ. In addition to hosting a podcast, Laurie writes devotional Bible stories for families. She understands how important it is for parents to connect with their children, while communicating the truth of God's Word to them in a way they can understand. With degrees in Creative Writing, Biblical Studies, and Education, Laurie has more than fourteen years of experience teaching the Bible to young children as well as writing Sunday School curriculum for her local church.   Resources For You: Laurie's Website Redeeming The Chaos Podcast Ecclesiastes 1:8 Jeremiah 2:13 Philippians 4:13 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 Philippians 2:13 Joshua 4:1-9 Hebrews 4:12 1 Corinthians 3:6 Thankful Activities Dragon Slayer Devotional   Next Steps: Share this podcast with a friend Subscribe to You CAN Tell the Children Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram Explore Bible2School!

The Denison Forum Podcast
We're in between eras. How to have a non-anxious presence: A conversation with Mark Sayers

The Denison Forum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 51:47


Mark Sayers, Mark Turman, and Mark Legg discuss the great shift the world is going through, the lingering effects of Covid, how the “gray zone” affects ministry, and how to remain a “non-anxious presence.”   Show notes:    Mark Sayers talks about his faith journey and how he started writing (2:14). The three Marks talk about the significance of our culture's ongoing shift, and the anxiety that comes from it (8:08). Sayers discusses the role of the internet in that shift, and the “hardware” change our culture is going through, focusing on the effects of Covid (12:50). They turn to discuss the culture's widespread sense of false security, and how abundance leads to us trusting God less (27:16). Sayers digs further into the idea of the “gray zone,” and why confusion leads to anxiety and fear, and how the Bible applies to those struggles (32:14). Sayers ends by discussing the importance of leadership, and why God's presence is critical in times of transition (43:19).   Resources and further reading:   A Non-Anxious Presence: How a Changing and Complex World will Create a Remnant of Renewed Christian Leaders - Mark Sayers “How to lead in an unstable culture: Mark Sayers points to the true stronghold in “A Non-anxious Presence” - Mark Legg “Exhausted by the news? You may be ‘doomscrolling'”- Mark Legg The Coming Tsunami - Jim Denison, Ph.D.  About the hosts    Dr. Mark Turman is the executive director of Denison Forum. He received his DMin from Truett at Baylor and previously served as lead pastor of Crosspoint Church.    Mark Legg is the Associate Editor for Denison Forum. He graduated from Dallas Baptist University in 2021 with a degree in Philosophy and Biblical Studies.   About the guest    Mark Sayers is the senior leader of Red Church in Melbourne, Australia. He is passionate about spiritual renewal and the future of the church. Mark is the author of a number of books including Strange Days and Reappearing Church.  Mark lives in Melbourne with his wife, Trudi, his daughter, Grace, and twin boys, Hudson and Billy.

Tell Me the Story
48. Israel

Tell Me the Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 31:02


Genesis is the key to understanding the entire scriptural story and the function of Israel is one of the most critical to understand. To be an Israelite is to be constantly reminded that your forefathers acted against the will of God and acted violently against men. That's a tough pill to swallow, but that's scripture. Intro and outro music Copyright © Holy Transfiguration Monastery, Brookline, MA, used by permission. All rights reserved.

New Books Network
Robert J. Lloyd, "The Poison Machine" (Melville House, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 25:30


London, 1679. Combining the color and adventure of Alexandre Dumas and the thrills of Frederick Forsyth, early scientists Harry Hunt and Robert Hooke of the Royal Society stumble onto a plot to kill the Queen of England. The Poison Machine (Melville House, 2022) is a nail-biting and brilliantly imagined historical thriller that will delight readers of its critically acclaimed predecessor, The Bloodless Boy. Tune in as we speak with Robert J. Lloyd about his recent novel set in Restoration England, The Poison Machine.  Robert J. Lloyd, after a twenty-year career as a secondary school teacher, has returned to painting and writing, and is now working on the third book in the Hunt and Hooke series. Michael Morales is Professor of Biblical Studies at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and the author of The Tabernacle Pre-Figured: Cosmic Mountain Ideology in Genesis and Exodus(Peeters, 2012), Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?: A Biblical Theology of Leviticus(IVP Academic, 2015), and Exodus Old and New: A Biblical Theology of Redemption (IVP Academic, 2020). He can be reached at mmorales@gpts.edu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Teach Me Thy Statutes
"Woe to you, hypocrites!"

Teach Me Thy Statutes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 12:08


Today's episode began with a discussion about Jesus' statement in Luke 12 relating to the Final Judgement. These verses follow Luke 11 in which Jesus' conversation with the Pharisees included both the Beatitudes and the Woes (the latter of which is unique to Luke's Gospel). From the Woes and Jesus' continued discussion in Luke 12, we can understand that the Final Judgement will be about what we did when others were not looking and how we treated people who were despised by those with power and influence in society, and most especially, within religious institutions. We should be welcoming to all who come to our community and demonstrate mercy and justice for the oppressed, recognizing that the Church is not a place for the self-righteous; it is a hospital for sinners.

New Books in Literature
Robert J. Lloyd, "The Poison Machine" (Melville House, 2022)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 25:30


London, 1679. Combining the color and adventure of Alexandre Dumas and the thrills of Frederick Forsyth, early scientists Harry Hunt and Robert Hooke of the Royal Society stumble onto a plot to kill the Queen of England. The Poison Machine (Melville House, 2022) is a nail-biting and brilliantly imagined historical thriller that will delight readers of its critically acclaimed predecessor, The Bloodless Boy. Tune in as we speak with Robert J. Lloyd about his recent novel set in Restoration England, The Poison Machine.  Robert J. Lloyd, after a twenty-year career as a secondary school teacher, has returned to painting and writing, and is now working on the third book in the Hunt and Hooke series. Michael Morales is Professor of Biblical Studies at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and the author of The Tabernacle Pre-Figured: Cosmic Mountain Ideology in Genesis and Exodus(Peeters, 2012), Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?: A Biblical Theology of Leviticus(IVP Academic, 2015), and Exodus Old and New: A Biblical Theology of Redemption (IVP Academic, 2020). He can be reached at mmorales@gpts.edu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

JTS Torah Commentary
Learning as a Lifelong Experience: Lekh Lekha 5783

JTS Torah Commentary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 8:18


The JTS Commentary for Lekh Lekha by Edward L. Greenstein, Teacher's Institute '70, RS '74, DHL Honoris Causa ‘22, Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies, Bar Ilan UniversityMusic provided by JJReinhold / Pond5.

Mornings with Eric and Brigitte
Reformation Day - with Dr. Scott Manor and Sam Lamerson

Mornings with Eric and Brigitte

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 18:55


Reformation Day is celebrated by Protestant Christians as the day to recognize and commemorate Martin Luther's nailing his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany in 1517. What caused the reformation? What were the religious, social, and economic events that were happening in that day? On Monday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, President of Knox Theological Seminary, Dr. Scott Manor and Professor of Biblical Studies, Sam Lamerson join us to discuss how the church should think about reformation today, and are there parts of the reformation that the church has forgotten about and needs to be reminded of?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Denison Forum Podcast
Truth over tribe: A conversation with Patrick Miller

The Denison Forum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 57:55


Patrick Miller joins to talk about why Christians should value truth over their tribe, how to talk about politics with family and friends, why Jesus was “political,” and how to avoid fear in our post-truth culture.    Show notes:     Patrick Miller begins by discussing his podcast, Truth Over Tribe, why it was started, and how it's become so successful (1:47). Then, he talks about writing the book, and how he learned how tribalism can be a good thing in its proper place, in addition to why it's so dangerous (7:45). They turn to consider the loss of common ground and truth in our culture (16:47). They explore the importance of love in a post-truth culture, how to talk about politics, and how the left and right can be relativistic (21:00). Miller moves to talk about why Jesus was “political” (33:13). He then turns to focus on how Christian the state should be, and why we don't need to worry (41:29). They close by talking about the way we should use social media redemptively (50:48).   Resources and further reading:   Truth Over Tribe - Podcast Truth Over Tribe - Patrick Miller, Keith Simon “What does the Bible say about politics” - Jim Denison “Peace in Politics: How to reduce anxiety during the 2022 midterms: A conversation with Josh Miller” - Podcast “In ‘post-truth' politics, how can we distinguish truth from falsehood?” - Steve Yount How tribal are you? - Quiz   About the hosts    Dr. Mark Turman is the executive director of Denison Forum. He received his DMin from Truett at Baylor and previously served as lead pastor of Crosspoint Church.    Mark Legg is the Associate Editor for Denison Forum. He graduated from Dallas Baptist University in 2021 with a degree in Philosophy and Biblical Studies.   About the guest    Pastor, Co-Director of Digital Relationships. Patrick Miller has called Columbia home since 2006. He met his wife, Emily, at Mizzou, where they both completed their undergrads. Together they have two children. Patrick started following Jesus his Freshman year of college after getting connected to The Crossing. He joined the Veritas college ministry staff team in 2010, helped co-direct the ministry in 2015, and became the Director of Crossing Twenties in 2017. He graduated from Covenant Theological Seminary in 2018 and was ordained as pastor shortly after. Patrick leads the Digital Relationships Team, co-hosts Truth Over Tribe, Ten Minute Bible Talks, leads two Covenant Seminary cohorts, and teaches Men's and Women's Bible studies.

The Ride Home with John and Kathy
The Ride Home - Monday, October 31, 2022

The Ride Home with John and Kathy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 114:19


GUEST Greg Clugston … SRN News White House Correspondent­ 17 Things More Likely to Happen to You Than Winning the Lottery (GoBankingRates) The importance of the reformation  …  GUEST Dr Carl R Trueman ... Department of Biblical & Religious Studies at Grove City College, where he teaches courses on the history of religious thought ... Dr Trueman is the author of the new book, “Strange New World: How Thinkers and Activists Redefined Identity and Sparked the Sexual Revolution, and “The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism, and the Road to Sexual Revolution". Leviathan, Behemoth, and other monsters lurk in the Bible—demonic horrors and other assorted beasts. Monsters and the Bible -Guest: The Very Rev. Dr. Stephen De Young is Pastor of Archangel Gabriel Orthodox Church in Lafayette, Louisiana. He is also the host of the Whole Counsel of God podcast from Ancient Faith and author of the Whole Counsel Blog, as well as co-host of the Lord of Spirits podcast. Fr. Stephen holds a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Amridge University.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Englewood Review of Books Podcast
Episode 45: Michael Gorman & Nijay Gupta

The Englewood Review of Books Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 42:00


Joel takes over the podcast for a Biblical Studies-themed discussion with two fantastic scholars. They discuss their scholarly work, but also consider the challenges and blessings of writing for both academic and popular-level audiences.Michael J. Gorman is the Raymond E. Brown Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology at St. Mary's Seminary & University in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, where he has taught since 1991. He is a New Testament scholar who specializes especially in the letters, theology, and spirituality of the apostle Paul. He is the author of many articles on biblical interpretation and on ethics, and nearly 20 books, most recently Romans: A Theological and Pastoral Commentary from Eerdmans.Nijay Gupta is a second-time guest on the ERB podcast! He is currently professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary, and has also written much on the Apostle Paul including Worship That Makes Sense to Paul and Paul and the Language of Faith. He has also written numerous academic articles for journals such as Journal for the Study of the New Testament and The Catholic Biblical Quarterly and is co-editor of the planned second edition of the Dictionary of Paul and His Letters (InterVarsity Press). His most recent book is "15 New Testament Words of Life" from Zondervan.Books/Writing Mentioned in this Episode:If you'd like to order any of the following books, we encourage you to do so from Hearts and Minds Books(An independent bookstore in Dallastown, PA, run by Byron and Beth Borger) Romans: A Theological and Pastoral Commentary by Michael GormanWorship That Makes Sense to Paul by Nijay GuptaPaul and the Language of Faith by Nijay Gupta15 New Testament Words of Life: A New Testament Theology for Real Life by Nijay GuptaCruciformity: Paull's Narrative Theology of the Cross by Michael GormanApostle of the Crucified Lord: A Theological Introduction to Paul and His Letters by Michael GormanA Beginner's Guide to New Testament Studies: Understanding Key Debates by Nijay GuptaPaul and the Gift by John BarclayPaul and the Power of Grace by John Barclay"The This-Worldiness of the New Testament's Otherworldly Spirituality" (Essay) by Michael GormanColossians (Commentary) by Nijay GuptaReading Revelation Responsibly: Uncivil Worship and Witness - Following the Lamb into the New Creation by Michael GormanThe Roman Guide to Slave Management: A Treatise by Nobleman Marcus Sidonius Falx by Jerry TonerPolitical Gospel: Public Witness in a Politically Crazy World by Patrick SchreinerThe Lost Letters of Pergamum: A Story From the New Testament World by Bruce LongeneckerForetaste of the Future: Reading Revelation in Light of God's Mission by Dean Flemmingfiftywordstories.com (Eileen Mardres)fiveminutelit.com (Eileen Mardres)Midwest Futures by Phil Christman

GA Baptist Discipleship
Calling Out The Called: Practical Ideas for Churches Needing to Fill Ministry Positions

GA Baptist Discipleship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 49:25


Shane Pruitt serves as the National Next Gen Director for the North American Mission Board (NAMB). He has been in ministry for over 20 years as a denominational leader, church planter, lead pastor, and student pastor. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biblical Studies, and a Master's Degree in History. Shane is also a traveling communicator speaking to over a hundred thousand people about the good news of Jesus Christ. Shane is also the author of a popular blog, which has over 3 million views. His articles have been picked up by RELEVANT, Christianity Today, The Christian Post, The Gospel Coalition, CrossWalk, Church Leaders, The Baptist Press, FaithIt, HelloChristian, and many others. Shane and his wife, Kasi, were featured as ABC's Nightly News “Persons of the Week” in August 2017. Shane has written two books 9 Common Lies Christians Believe: And Why God's Truth Is Infinitely Better, and Calling Out the Called: Discipling those Called to Ministry Leadership (Release date – November, 2022). Both are available everywhere books are sold. He is also the host of the podcast, Next Gen on Mission (available on podcast platforms), and the YouTube Channel – GenSend. In this episode we discuss: • The “Paralyzed Church” • Scott declares that UGA will beat BAMA in national title game • “We're shuffling shepherds around, but not raising any up” • The nation-wide struggle of mass ministry openings and the “pool is dry” • The 3 distinct “callings” in scripture • What's the difference between everyone's call and a specific call to vocational ministry? • Reasons we are seeing a decline and obstacles for leaders to call out the called • The beautiful tension of the pastor transferring his heart for calling out the called and Holy Spirit driven call to ministry • 5 things leaders can do to make calling out the called a priority

IBC Podcast
Chapel: The Loss of the Prophetic (Bobby Killmon)

IBC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 57:38


A chapel sermon with Rev. Bobby J. Killmon, the Dean of Biblical Studies at IBC preaching a message titled, The Loss of the Prophetic.Looking for IBC merch or music? The IBC Store has you covered. Visit https://store.indianabible.college

Come Follow Me with David Ridges
Ezekiel's Call to a Prophet

Come Follow Me with David Ridges

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 45:07


This lesson is for the week of October 24th-30th with host Lori Denning.http://www.cedarfort.comLori Denning is a scripture nerd. She holds a bachelor's degree in Biblical Studies from Multnomah University where she studied Hebrew and the Bible and was awarded the highest honors. She holds a Masters in Theology from Gonzaga University. Sister Denning has taught classes from Gospel Doctrine, as well as the Church Educational System. She has a popular vlog "The Bible Brief" introducing books of the Bible to a wide audience. She also hosts a podcast, The :20 Minute Scriptorian, covering the Come, Follow Me Curriculum. Her passion is sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through His scriptures.Members of the church believe in the Bible and the Book of Mormon. The book of Mormon is another testament to Jesus Christ and chronicles the history of Jesus visiting the Natives in North America in ancient times. The book of Mormon was translated with priesthood power by Joseph Smith Jr. who was martyred as the prophet of the Church in 1844. The Church has grown to 16.6 million members worldwide, who love Jesus Christ and his restored gospel. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Two Cities
Episode #144 - Living in the Shadow of Christian Zionism with Tony Deik

The Two Cities

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 63:05


In the penultimate episode of our series on Palestinian Liberation Theology, we talk about living in the shadow of Christian Zionism with Tony Deik, who is currently a residential researcher at Tyndale House in Cambridge, where he is working on his PhD research in New Testament, as well as a lecturer in Biblical Studies at Bethlehem Bible College, and a networking team member of the International Fellowship for Mission as Transformation. Over the course of our conversation tell us his personal story, and stresses his surprise at the prominence of Zionism in Christian circles, especially within evangelicalism, and he addresses various problems that he sees with wedding together Christianity and Zionism. Towards the end we discuss how his perspective and experience as a Palestinian Christian informs his reading of the Bible.

Grace in Common
Neo-Calvinism and Biblical Studies with Koert van Bekkum

Grace in Common

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 72:06


Koert van Bekkum's publications mentioned in the episode Koert van Bekkum, "De gereformeerde theologie van Klaas Schilder" in: Radix 23 (1997), 123-166.  Koert van Bekkum, "Naar de klaarblijkelijke bedoeling zintuiglijk waarneembaar. De kwestie Geelkerken in theologiehistorisch perspectief." in George Harinck (ed.), De kwestie Geelkerken: een terugblik na 75 jaar (Barneveld: Vuurbaak, 2001), 87-108. Koert van Bekkum, From Conquest to Coexistence: Ideology and Antiquarian Intent in the Historiography of Israel's Settlement in Canaan (Leiden: Brill, 2011) Neo-Calvinist Biblical scholars mentioned in the episode Maarten Noordtzij (1840-1915), professor of Old Testament, Kampen Theological University Geerhardus Vos (1862-1949), professor of Biblical Theology, Princeton Theological University Arie Noordtzij (1871-1944), professor of Old Testament, Utrecht University Saekle Greijdanus (1871-1948), professor of New Testament, Kampen Theological University Cornelis van Gelderen (1872-1945), professor of Old Testament, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Jan Ridderbos (1879-1960), professor of Old Testament, Kampen Theological University G. Ch. Aalders (1880-1961), professor of Old Testament, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Willem Frederik Grosheide (1881-1972), professor of New Testament, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Herman Ridderbos (1909-2007), professor of New Testament, Kampen Theological University Jakob van Bruggen (1936), professor of New Testament, Kampen Theological University

Leading Saints Podcast
When a Pastor Explores The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints | An Interview with Jeff McCullough

Leading Saints Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 78:33


Jeff McCullough is on a quest to learn about all things Latter-day Saints. He's not looking for a debate. He's looking to explore and learn, and to fight criticism with curiosity. Jeff is a Protestant, Evangelical Pastor with the Christian and Missionary Alliance, and the creator of the HelloSaints YouTube channel. He completed his undergraduate in Digital Media from a Free-Methodist school, Greenville University, and received a Masters in Biblical Studies from Moody Theological Seminary. Jeff is married with four children, lives in the St. Louis, Missouri area, and has worked in pastoral ministry for almost 15 years. Highlights 1:30 Introduction to Jeff and his background 3:10 Jeff is not the typical Leading Saints guest. He was born and raised Evangelical Protestant. He is now an Evangelical Pastor. 6:15 Often our doctrines and practices can become elevated to a point that we begin to major in the minors. What is most important is the spiritual reality of your soul before the one that created you. 7:55 What was the moment that you thought you wanted to become a Pastor? 9:10 The steps Jeff took to become a Pastor 12:15 Why Jeff started Hello Saints. A channel where Jeff explores the church in a respectful way. 21:20 What you can expect on Jeff's channel. He invites his audience to be curious and connect. 23:40 Negative culture. Why aren't we talking about it more? 25:30 We can all maintain our dignity and disagree with people without tearing each other down 29:00 Is it a good or bad thing to live in “the Utah bubble?” Do we need more diversity? 31:10 Missionary work in our church and measuring our success based on baptisms. What are we missing? 33:10 What are sinner's prayers? 35:30 Jeff talks about his religion and focusing on the wrong things. Let's focus less on the numbers and more on how you are living out your testimony. 37:15 Is Jesus looking for a checklist and that we've checked all the boxes? 38:45 Jeff talks about how he guides his congregation, as to not focus on the numbers and the sinners' prayers 41:45 Kurt and Jeff share their perspectives on church programs. While the programs are inspired and great sometimes they feel like homework. The most important part of the gospel is creating and strengthening our relationship with Jesus Christ. 47:45 Anything that we ever build, even with the best intentions or in ministry, will at some point lose its focus and become an idol. We'll have to tear it down and go at it again. 49:50 What Jeff wished he had known when he first became a Pastor 46:45 Jeff shares his view on the Book of Mormon and why he hasn't read it 1:06:00 Jeff's view on Brigham Young and Joseph Smith and the things he struggles with pertaining to the church. 1:10:10 The thing that intrigues Jeff the most about Joseph Smith 1:12:40 Final thoughts and wrap up Links HelloSaints YouTube channel Instagram: @hello.saints HelloSaints Patreon