Started with a little video that Apologia Studios put together (thanks to Carman and Isaac) of Jeff and I competing in the apologists’ bracket, and then looked at a tweet from R. Scott Clark kicking me out of Reformedville (well, nothing overly new there), before moving back to the 2018 interview with Leighton Flowers and Ken Wilson. Last program for the week as I need to go help my daughter and her family move to Phoenix (yay!). Back, Lord willing, on Monday.
Discussed a little about the arrest of Rodney Howard Browne, looked at NT Wright’s sad article in Time.com, and then dove into the important historical issues related to the claims of Ken Wilson from his 2018 interview with Leighton Flowers. Will be back tomorrow again!
Spent most of the program on the 90th Psalm, looking at it from the aspects of both the Hebrew and the Greek Septuagint, and its important message for us today. Then a few comments in response to Ken Wilson, and then a few comments on the cancellation of the SBC summer meeting, and hence the extension of the current president, etc.
Answered a few questions from listeners on the last show at the start (just realized I forgot to answer one that I will make a note of!) and then went straight to the phones with an amazingly wide variety of calls and topics…a little something for everyone! One call was on Hebrews 3:16 and why it differs between the KJV and the NASB, another was on Genesis 15 and the covenant (went long on that one), another on covenant children, and the last one was on conditionalism/annihilationism. Hope you are blessed and encouraged. At least I can guarantee you if you spend 100 minutes listening to this you will learn a whole lot more than if you spend the same time watching a Hallmark Christmas special!
Spent the first half of the show talking about mortality and the societal choices we have made regarding danger and death. Then we talked about books to read during this time where there are no sports, no movies, etc., and then we looked (quickly) at what Leighton Flowers said about the issue of faith in Romans 8. Somewhere in there we talked about the division over whether to meet or not in the church during these days, as well as about learning Greek and Hebrew. We also noted that we plan on doing another program tomorrow, so join us, same time!