Started off with a review of Marcus Rodgers’ video that mentioned me on the doctrine of the Trinity. Then I was going to play portions of Jacob Prasch’s recent video, but ended up summarizing the issues for the sake of time. Then quickly noted the ISIS attack upon the cross in their magazine titled Dabiq.
Went over some developments in the Orlando situation and once again had to address the insanity of asserting that there is only one monolithic Islam and that everything done in the world by anyone who yells “Allahu Akbar!” is to be held to the account of every single Muslim on the planet. Then we noted the melt-down of Steve Hays who now says I am a “Muslim partisan,” and at the end of the program reviewed some comments by Oneness advocate Steven Ritchie.
Started off with a guest, Rudolph Bushoff, from South Africa, talking about our May journey to South Africa (and we still need your help to get there!), and then tackled the Marcus Rogers video denying the Trinity. Went just a little long, but hope it will be helpful to folks.
Reviewed comments by Dr. Peter J. Williams on the subject of evidentialism and presuppositionalism, and then moved to a review of key verses you might want to be familiar with in sharing with various groups, including Roman Catholics, Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Oneness Pentecostals, Secular Humanists, “Gay” Affirming “Christians,” and finally…with our dear beloved Arminian friends. Hope it is useful!
I was joined my Michael Brown today to discuss his new book, Outlasting the Gay Revolution. I had read the book a few months ago, and it is now available. We discussed the principles he lays out for a “multi-generational approach” to the subject. We covered that during the first 45 minutes, and then we discussed two issues together, one a graphic Michael had posted on his FaceBook page about Noah, grace, and obedience, and the other Michael’s comments about T.D. Jakes in a recent Line of Fire broadcast. As usual, our goal was to model dialogue in such a way as to clarify and edify, and hopefully that is what happened.
James White is the director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics organization based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of more than twenty books, a professor, an accomplished debater, and an elder of the Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church.