The Marian Dogmas

James Cone’s Children, Then In-Depth on the Immaculate Conception

Spent just a few minutes at the start on the video of a black Baptist pastor applying the words of Isaiah 53 to John Lewis, explaining how this is perfectly consistent with Black Liberation Theology as developed by James Cone. Then got into a lengthy church history segment focusing...

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Ahmed Deedat

Shabir Ally

Islam

Last Program for a Week—Enjoy!

Covered a wide range of topics today. Started off with Tim Keller’s tweets regarding voting and abortion, then moved into Anthony Bradley’s assertion that the Puritans would be alt-right racists in 2020. Talked a little about the CDC’s promoting critical race theory, and then read an article by a...

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Update/Addition to Bostock Decision Commentary, BLM’s Marxist Abuse of Language, Qur’anic Verbs

I forgot to address the presuppositional worldview issue relating to the Bostock decision on Tuesday, so I wanted to touch upon that, and then we transitioned into the play on words that BLM is using to promote Marxism under the guise of a sentence that actually only makes sense...

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King James Onlyism

A Little Covid Madness at the Start, then the Hyper Skepticism of the TR Only Movement in Light of Mark 1:1

Read the Great Barrington Declaration and talked a little bit about my hopes that common sense will finally overthrow the tyranny that has entrapped most of the globe, and then completely changed directions and launched into a discussion of the wealth and value of the Greek manuscript tradition in...

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Swimming the Tiber, Hosea 11:1 in the LXX, Frank Turek on Molinism

Spent a good portion of time talking about why people “swim the Tiber” in light of Cameron Bertuzzi’s stating that he is closer than he has ever been to embracing Rome’s claims (though, he says, he is still “far away”). Realized while we were doing the program that this...

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Bible Transmission

Atheism

The Pope, the Red Pill, the Muslims, and John Piper

Pope Francis certainly gave us plenty to talk about and so we did, but connecting the current controversy to a wider reality about his beliefs. We then looked at Tim Staples trying to deal with the Roman Catholic view of Islam as found in Lumen Gentium 16, so if...

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A Little Covid Madness at the Start, then the Hyper Skepticism of the TR Only Movement in Light of Mark 1:1

Read the Great Barrington Declaration and talked a little bit about my hopes that common sense will finally overthrow the tyranny that has entrapped most of the globe, and then completely changed directions and launched into a discussion of the wealth and value of the Greek manuscript tradition in...

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The God of All Comfort

The Dividing Line

Theology Matters

Prayers for Kings

The following was originally a Twitter thread. In light of many threads today: ποιεῖσθαι δεήσεις προσευχὰς ἐντεύξεις εὐχαριστίας ὑπὲρ πάντων ἀνθρώπων to make petitions, prayers, intercessions, thanks, for all men (1Tim 2:1) followed by the inclusion of kings and those in authority. The string of nouns together with the...

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Witnessing Resources

Latest Debates

Does God Forgive the Unrepentant? – The Dubious Textual Variant, ‘Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing’

A few years back I posted an article explaining the weak textual evidence of Luke 23:34a, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.” This week is Good Friday and many sermons will be using this verse, so I think it is appropriate to bring...

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Sola Scriptura

The Calvinist Club, Sola Scriptura, Purgatory

Went almost two hours today but it’s an important program. Started off responding to William Samuel Bruce’s comments about me being a part of the “New Calvinism.” Then we moved into a response to James Fox Higgins on the subject of sola scriptura, its definition and defense (really important)....

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Christian Worldview

A Biblical Case for Civil Disobedience & the Right Use of Romans 13

The following is a combined text of five articles by Tim Cantrell, originally published as separate blog articles, on the topic of Romans 13, etc. I made reference to this series today on the Dividing Line. This is an excellent study to go along with my comments on the...

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Our First Studio Dividing Line: Romans 13, 1 Peter 2, and More

Pulled the trigger on our new studio today and it went pretty well! Glad to have a few folks here to help us get through the first run without too many hiccups. I was able to use our Flip board and work through the text of the two key...

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Roman Catholicism

The Papacy

Open Phones Dividing Line Friday

Let’s see what some of the topics were: Sam Gipp and “Antioch manuscripts,” the Church & Culture, Debating the Papacy, Justification and Roman Catholic apologists, how to talk to Christians who have bought into social justice theories, and more!

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