In this special episode we’re tackling the coronavirus. Our guest is Dr. Gordon Lin, an ER doctor in Rockford, IL. We want to take this seriously as we love our neighbor and not hysterically as we have not been given a spirit of fear. Listen in for a serious theological and medical discussion with just a touch of humor.
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What To Do if You Are Sick by the CDC
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic by the WHO
EM:RAP Live: COVID-19 Update
This week we begin a series based on the new book, Unquestioned Answers by Jeff Meyers. The book explores many of those questions Christians often ponder but never feel comfortable asking. In the next few weeks we will tackle ten different cliches that serve to suppress any thought or discussion and only provides surface level simplicity that helps no one.
Unquestioned Answers: Rethinking Ten Christian Clichés to Rediscover Biblical Truths by Dr. Jeff Myers
Understanding the Times: A Survey of Competing Worldviews by Dr. Jeff Myers and Dr. David A. Noebel
In this episode we welcome back Evangelist Sean Teis of Life Factors Ministries. Recorded live in front of a group of teenagers at Lake Waubesa Bible Camp, Sean and I talk about the Gospel as we walk through Ephesians chapter two.
Life Factors Ministries
God is My Dad!
Lake Waubesa Bible Camp
Welcome to part two of our conversation with Dr. Richard Knopp and Dr. Zach Breitenbach on the campus of Lincoln Christian University. We’re chatting about their new apologetic program, Room for Doubt. The conversation was going so great we just let the recording run as we kept on going well beyond our normal episode time frame. So, sit back and enjoy this fun but meaningful conversation.
Room For Doubt
The Basic Bible Podcast is back after a long hiatus! This is a two-part episode as Ray Jewell and I are back on the campus of Lincoln Christian University. This time we are there to explore the Room For Doubt apologetic program. Joining us are the creators of the program, Dr. Richard Knopp and Dr. Zach Breitenbach. In this first installment we talk about doubt in general and explain how this program addresses just that.
Room For Doubt
Welcome back to the podcast! Due to some serious health issues and lots of other things, I have been unable to post a new episode in quite some time. But, here’s a quick bonus episode to let you know we’re still alive and hopefully this will help get you through while we’re on a temporary hiatus till things calm down. This is a quick interview I conducted with H.B. Charles, pastor of the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church, fellow podcaster, and host of the annual Cutting it Straight Conference.
On Preaching: Personal & Pastoral Insights for the Preparation & Practice of Preaching by H.B. Charles Jr
On Preaching Podcast
Cutting it Straight Conference
In this episode Ray Jewell takes over as I continue to recover from surgery. Ray gives us an overview of the Book of Revelation as he prepares to go through each chapter in his upcoming blog series.
Revelation’s Rhapsody: Listening to the Lyrics of the Lamb: How to Read the Book of Revelation by Robert Lowery
Joining Ray and I is Pastor Doug Stewart, the Assistant Pastor at Lifeway Baptist Church and the author of the new book, Amos: Perfect Justice, Shocking Mercy. You are going to want to tune in to hear about this great resource. The book is a Bible study through one of the rarely looked at Minor Prophets. You will find this to edifying and helpful in not just your youth group but you adult small group as well. I highly recommend it so listen to learn more!
Amos: Perfect Justice, Shocking Mercy by Doug Stewart
In this last episode in our series on misused Bible verses, Ray Jewell and I cover subjects such as guarding your heart, lifting up the name of Jesus and what it means to have a vision.
The Most Misused Verses in the Bible: Surprising Ways God’s Word Is Misunderstood by Eric J. Bargerhuff
Exalting Jesus in Proverbs (Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary) by Jonathan Akin
Proverbs (Holman Old Testament Commentary) by Max Anders