In this episode I rant about the Bible's emphasis on the existence of, warnings regarding, and condemnation of false teachers and false prophets. Why do so many Christians have such a causal attitude toward false teachers? Better yet, why are so many Christians hostile toward those who do bother to call out false teachers?
In this episode I discuss the importance of heresy hunting, why it is a biblical practice, and reference a twitter thread including Anthony Bradley, Mika Edmonson, Kyle J. Howard, and Beth Moore as good examples of those who are creating division and confusion in the body of Christ.
In this episode I interact with Dave Miller's article "They Will Know You Are Must Disciples if You Trash Heretics." Dave spends a lot of time trashing discernment ministries that trash heretics. The irony is award-winning in my opinion.
In this episode I rant about the event of the resurrection, how we know it happened, what it means, and how we should defend it. I return to criticize Frank Turek and Andy Stanley's ideas as toxic and to be avoided at all costs.
In this episode I rant about the silly notion that something like "Whiteness" is a thing that merits repentance. What black protestants are doing is relabeling sin as "whiteness" and calling it wicked as if the African heart is somehow not quite as black as the non-African's heart. This is an expression of African tribalism.
In this episode I response to a youtube video that basically accuses presuppositional apologetics as a method to be irrational. This is a short 30 minute rant intended to deal with the major errors in that criticism.
This episode focuses on a recent survey of the PCA membership revealing a rapid apostasy in that denomination. For example, most PCA members think abortion should be legal and half of the PCA membership thinks homosexuality should be accepted.
In this episode I walk through the gay audit created by the editors of Living Out. The purpose is to help Christians think better about the attempts on the part of SBC and PCA leaders to import homosexuality into the churches. “A dog barks and stands at bay if he sees any one assault his master. I should be indeed remiss, if, seeing the truth of God thus attacked, I should remain dumb, without giving one note of warning.” [Calvin]
This episode focuses on the recent Q&A session held during the Shepherd's Conference in March 2019. The session was led by Phil Johnson and included a somewhat interesting and emotional exchange between Johnson and Mohler over the question of the Social Justice Movement.
This episode provides a brief introduction to the presuppositional method of apologetics along with the concept of transcendental arguments. The goal of the podcast is to refute the misguided notions of young men like Cody Libolt on the structure and nature of presuppositional apologetics.
In this episode I deal with the question of the sinful behavior of same-sex attraction and the push by men like Russell Moore, Sam Allberry, and J.D. Greear to pressure SBC, PCA, and evangelical pastors to force this view on their churches.