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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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A Mega RFG: Federal Headship Affirmed vs. “Traditionalist” Southern Baptist Denials

Started off with a fairly quick review of this past week’s ministry in Florida, including comments on the debates with Imam Muhammad Musri and Dr. Gregg Strawbridge.  Then we transitioned (about 22 minutes in) to a Radio Free Geneva!  Spent a lot of time in the text of Scripture dealing with federal headship, walking through especially Romans 5:12-19, and then, having done that, we listened to the important sections of the dialogue/non-debate between Malcolm Yarnell and Tom Ascol from BMA Seminary in Jacksonville, Texas, which took place last week.  Hopefully an important and useful two hours!

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