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Ephesians 4:29-32 Applied to Christian Communication, A Hack-Job Video, and Francis’ Unorthodox Views

Started off with some geeky stuff, a few new books, etc., then moved to Ephesians 4 and how we are to behave as believers, especially in the realm of communication.  Moved seamlessly into a hack-job video that P&P is promoting, a personal attack upon me.  Played the whole thing showing how whoever produced it (Hall knows and isn’t saying) purposefully avoided context, proper categories, etc., and sought only to mislead the viewer.  It is dishonest at its core.  After that had a few brief comments on Mormonism, and then finished up with an article about Pope Francis’ unorthodox views.  A 90 minute edition today!

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Travel Report and then the Pope on the Death Penalty

Started off talking about my trip to Ft. Worth and Washington, D.C., and then moved on to the Pope’s comments on the death penalty last month and its impact upon Roman Catholic “infallibility” and teaching authority.

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Radio Free Geneva! Robert Jeffress, Roman Catholicism, the Reformation, and then Kevin Thompson on John 6 (Mega Edition)

Started off with the First Baptist Dallas interview of Sean Hannity and discussed a lot about Roman Catholicism and how we should mourn over the fact that Rome’s gospel does not save.  Then I very, very briefly discussed the John Piper thing on final justification.  Then we moved to a video from Pastor Kevin Thompson on John 6:37, playing his comments in their entirety and demonstrating that yet once again there is simply no way to read this text without it plainly and compellingly teaching God’s utter freedom in the matter of salvation.  A full two hours today, no streaming errors or anything.  We will be doing another program tomorrow, same time!

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The Reformation Today, and Then

Talked about two relevant issues relating to Rome and the Reformation today, and used that as a springboard to start into a series I am going to do on the history of the Reformation.  I have a pretty interesting perspective on the topic for a number of reasons.  The first class I taught upon graduating from seminary was church history.  I had a great church history prof, and I have always wanted to make the topic interesting, relevant, and understandable.  Further, I have engaged in more debates with Roman Catholic apologists than anyone else I know, so I am pretty familiar with the issues they raise out this time period.  So I looked at the necessary backgrounds to the Reformation today, and will pick up with the Lollards the next time I get a chance to do a Dividing Line (next week, as I am in Dallas starting Thursday).

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Horrible Arguments for the Roman Priesthood, Did Jesus Say the I Am Statements?

Started off covering a Catholic Answers article trying to find “clues” to the Roman priesthood in the Bible.  Then moved on to the main topic, that being the discussion of whether Jesus said the “I am” statements as per the Craig Evans/Bart Ehrman discussion, and Mike Licona’s commentary thereon last week.  Resulted in an in-depth discussion of inspiration especially in light of Ijaz Ahmad’s comments on the topic on Facebook.  100 minute long program today.

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