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Various Articles and Open Phones on the Dividing Line

Started off with various articles that I’ve collected, one by a Roman Catholic taking cheap shots at me, others on the continuing degradation of our society and the rise of totalitarianism.  Then we opened up the phones and took calls on such subjects as the regulative principle of worship (actually got into the exclusive psalmody and instruments in worship debate a bit), theological liberalism, Islam and Paradise, and OT sacrifices.  Enjoy!

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Roman Meme Theology, Data Mining the Bible and Qur’an, Wael Ibrahim, and a Live Viewing of Kent Hovind

Started off with a Meme Theology segment looking at a Roman Catholic meme discussing authority and history, then moved on to an article pretending to compare the Old and New Testaments with the Qur’an regarding violence, based upon textual “data mining,” and then returned to examining the Wael Ibrahim/Lincoln Loo debate.  But then someone tweeted the newest Kent Hovind video which made reference to me, so we grabbed it and watched it live on the air.  Proved…interesting!

Don’t miss Thursday’s program!  We will have a special guest on to make a special announcement!

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Hijacking the Scriptures Part II: The Romans 9 Debate – Rightly Dividing the Word?

I continue with my review of James’ debate with Prof. Leighton Flowers on Romans 9. The new narrative gets fully formed today and we see further insight into how far the method will go to misrepresent core concepts of Calvinism let alone the mishandling of scripture that leads to it.

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Shabir Ally on the Deity of Christ, John 1:1, Greek Grammar, Robert Truelove and the Abandonment of Context

What is between a jumbo DL and a mega DL?  I don’t know either, but here it is…right at an hour and fifty minutes in length, today’s DL will keep you busy looking up references and following the arguments!  Took the time today to respond to some statements made by Dr. Shabir Ally in a recent debate he did, focusing especially on the common bad arguments used by various unitarians on the topic of John 1:1.  Then, after covering that, I played portions of Robert Truelove’s recent video critiquing a single question asked of me by Todd Friel after my NT reliability presentation, pointing out that when you don’t mind ignoring that little thing called context, well—you can come up with all sorts of arguments against folks!  Lots of textual information and the like in today’s program.

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