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WLC & Molinism then More from Russell Moore’s interview with Andy Stanley

James started off today commenting on the sudden death of a young woman, a mother of seven, from Apologia church. He asks for prayer for not only Apologia but specifically for the family. Then he plays a clip from a recent Reasonable Faith podcast regarding Molinism. Finally the fuller portion of Russell Moore’s interview with Andy Stanley where Andy reads a letter from a lady who now considers herself to be “a part of” Stanley’s church. The lady is an atheist.

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KJVO Discussion, the Pope Escapes His Handlers Again, Debate Tomorrow, the Trinitarian Controversy

Covered a WIDE range of topics today.  Started off expressing our deep condolences to Tony Bartolucci and his family in the death of his daughter Giana.  Then we discussed the debate we will be doing tomorrow at 4pm with representatives of the Hebrew Israelite movement.  Moved from there to a discussion of Jeremiah 34:16 and Romans 13:9 and King James Onlyism.  Then we discussed the Pope escaping his handlers again and proclaiming live-in cohabitations valid marriages, and finally spent a good half an hour or more on the “Eternal Functional Subordination” controversy, spending some time reading from Reymond’s Systematic Theology as well.  A wide variety of topics, to be sure!

I mentioned some links I was going to include to K. Scott Oliphint’s discussions of the assets of the Son.  They are found here and here.

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Twitter Questions, The Boss, The Pope, and More Ethnic Gnosticism

Started off today with a couple of Twitter questions (including one on Eastern Orthodoxy),  then covered Springsteen’s view of transgender warriors as “freedom fighters,” the Pope’s “studied ambiguity” in his new statement, and toward the end of the hour I responded to BlackCalvinist’s piece accusing me of…well, all sorts of things, actually.

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Preaching Jesus on the Jersey Shore

This is a brief clip from the street preaching ministry here in Jersey. I was told that this most recent preaching tour was more hostile than typical because people feel more emboldened to be intolerant toward Christians after the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage. Nevertheless, a fellow came up to one of the preachers at the end and asked him, “How can I be saved?” Let’s remember that open-air preaching is the normative biblical means by which the Gospel is proclaimed to the lost.