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Final Portion of the London Televised Predestination Discussion
08/07/2007 - James WhiteThis is the last portion of the program I am posting, and it is what probably most of this audience would like the previous nine to have been like! We finally got a caller who was able to enunciate his objections with passion and clarity. This clip is just over seven minutes in length, and brings to a close my posting of this material. Hope you found it useful! I am very thankful for opportunities such as this one.
London Televised Predestination Discussion #9
08/05/2007 - James WhiteSecond to last portion of discussion on the subject of predestination from Revelation TV in London on May 16, 2007.
London Televised Predestination Discussion #8
08/03/2007 - James WhiteI have finished recording clips from the May 16th London program on predestination, so I now know that including this one, there are only three left. Interestingly, the most intense discussion takes place in the last clip with a caller named Tom on the ever-central topic of God's love. In this clip I finally get to launch into Romans 9...only to be interrupted by the observation that I was using my Greek text. I was carrying my Reader's Greek New Testament (yes, I know, a new edition is due out soon...I have it on pre-order!) and I had a wonderful cover made for it from Renaissance Art so that it survives all my traveling much better. In any case, here is the next (fairly brief) segment:
On Being a Respecter of Persons
08/02/2007 - James WhiteA brief study from PRBC's Wednesday evening service on the subject of God as a "respecter of persons."
London Televised Predestination Discussion #7
08/01/2007 - James WhiteNow, in television, you can go from a discussion of theodicy straight into a caller who thinks if you are not a premillenial dispensationalist you are anti-Semitic and into "replacement theology." Oh well, that's how it goes when you open the phones, to be sure! I am still thankful for the opportunity to say even the few things I was able to sandwich between the calls.