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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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Jason Lisle on Apologetics and Science, Honesty in Textual Criticism, More Reformation History

Started off with my good friend and brother in the Lord, Dr. Jason Lisle, head of the Biblical Science Institute.  Jason and I discussed some of his books and, well, lots of super geeky/nerdy stuff.  Then we really shifted gears and I addressed an accusation made against me last week saying that my daring to talk about the textual variant at Luke 23:34 (“Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing”) is somehow giving “ammunition” to the enemy.  Then we moved back to the Reformation history series, filling up a full 90 minutes.  Lots of information today on a very wide range of topics!  Enjoy!

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Archbishop of Canterbury Can’t Answer Direct Questions, More on the I Am Sayings of Jesus

Snuck a quick DL in today, covering Justin Welby’s inability to answer a direct question on the nature of sin, and then spending most of our time continuing the discussion of the I Am sayings of Jesus in light of the comments of Craig Evans and Mike Licona.  Hope it is helpful!

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Report on Trip to Birmingham, South Africa, and London, Along with More

Covered my two weeks overseas with lots of side-trips and commentary on related issues, and toward the end focused upon some issues that came up in my debate with Zakir Hussein on the crucifixion, especially John 17:5 and Psalm 22:16.  Also showed off a new Bible, a Polish translation of The Roman Catholic Controversy, my Bates hat from London, and the upgrading of the DL to full warp power!  Lots of stuff on a 90+ minute episode today.

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Cultures That Abandon God’s Light Lose that Light, Then Hebrews 1:3 Textual Critical Discussion

Mainly discussed the move toward embracing transgenderism as a proper Christian viewpoint by the Church of England in the first half hour, and then moved to a discussion of a textual variant in Hebrews 1:3 as an illustration of a number of things in the second half hour.  Both live from Evergreen, Colorado via Skype.  Hope it is helpful!

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