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The Nature of Saving Grace, a Few Textual Variants, End of 2016

Dragged myself to the studios today and managed a quick program on a few interesting topics that hopefully will edify the saints.  Thanks so much for your prayers and support, and we truly look forward to continuing to serve you and proclaim the gospel in 2017!

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The Fullness of Time, America’s Hate Preachers Reviewed

Took a long while to get going (technically and otherwise) but eventually got into Galatians 4:4-5 as an incarnation passage and its meaning to us at this time of the year.  Then we moved over to a quick review of a couple of segments of the BBS documentary “America’s Hate Preachers” and what it means to “adorn the doctrine” of God our Savior.  Hopefully helpful thoughts before this special weekend.

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Skype Show from Tucson: A Bit on Race, A Bit on Thanksgiving, Then A Lot on ETism

Did a live program from Tucson today via Skype, touching a bit on some of the reactions on the race issue from last time, discussing Thanksgiving a little, and then spending most of the time on a recent FB article promoting Ecclesiastical Textism and more reasons why I find this tradition so very dangerous to Christian apologetics.  We plan on doing the next program on Monday.

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RAAN and Feeling “Safe” Worshipping with “White People”

I was directed to a podcast from the Reformed African American Network (RAAN) wherein Jemar Tisby, commenting on his feelings after the election, indicated that he did not feel “safe worshipping with white people” on the Lord’s day as a result of the election.  I was only going to make a few brief comments—and made a whole lot more than a few brief comments.  Walked through some passages in Colossians, and then took calls from Kofi and Saiko on the topic as well.  Yes, this is the podcast you will be hearing about for the next few weeks.  Listen to it first so you can discover the truth about what will be said about it!

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