We looked at the UN’s strange, Marxist utopian vision in “Equiterra,” and pointed out that a biblical understanding of man exposes the foolishness of this humanistic vision. Then we took some time to dive into Acts 2:23 exegetically in light of the dispute that erupted over Dr. Buice’s comments about the crucifixion. Then we continued our response to Trent Horn’s presentation of Protestant distortions of church history, focusing today especially upon Trent’s attempt to use a citation from Geisler and MacKenzie as an example of just such a “distortion.” This gave us the chance to look at Justin Martyr and his context as well. Almost 90 minutes today.
James White, , Christian Worldview, Church Fathers, Church History, Debate, Exegesis, Post-Evangelicalism, Roman Catholicism, The Dividing Line