Echo Zoe Radio is a monthly podcast addressing issues within Christendom. Each month a different guest shares his or her expertise in a subject that is both interesting and important, from false teaching, apologetics, eschatology, and more. Past guests have included well known people such as Justin Peters (Justin Peters Ministries), David Weaton (The Christian Worldview), Greg Koukl (Stand to Reason), Mark Looy (Answers in Genesis), Phil Johnson (Grace to You - Pyromaniacs), Mike Gendron (Proclaiming the Gospel Ministries), Gabe Hughes (WWUTT - When We Understand the Text), Mike Abendroth (No Compromise Radio), Dr. R. Scott Clark (Heidelblog), Andrew Rappaport (Striving for Eternity), and Dr. James White (Alpha & Omega Ministries); as well as less well-known people equally as knowledgeable in their respective area.
The purpose of Echo Zoe Radio is to better equip Christians with knowledge that they can use to contend earnestly for the Faith once and for all delivered to the Saints.
Fred Butler: Royal Deceptions — Revisiting King James Onlyism
The first time I ever had Fred on the show was seven years ago, in May of 2014, to discuss King James Onlyism. Since then, Fred has updated his writing on the subject and put it into book form. He recently released Royal Deceptions: Exposing the KING JAMES ONLY Conspiracies Against God's Word. He returns […]
Steve Gretch: The Dangers of Conspiracy Theories
Outline of the Discussion A Biblical worldview can set us up for being more open to conspiracy theories than we might otherwise be. Further exacerbating a proclivity toward conspiracy theories is that a Biblical eschatology tells us what to expect for the future, but human nature causes us to fill in the gaps on how […]
Jim Rinard: Church Life
Jim Rinard is a friend from Southeast Illinois, and joins me to talk about life in a smaller town, and small to medium-sized church. Jim is a layman in his church, but has been teaching for about 30 years, and we talk about different ways in which people can serve in their local church, as […]
Michael Svigel: Urban Legends of Church History
Dr. Michael Svigel is Department Chair and Professor of Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. He's also the author of Urban Legends of Church History: 40 Common Misconceptions. In this episode, we discuss a handful of the urban legends from the book, and get into some interesting aspects of both church history and theology in […]
Andrew Rappaport & Fred Butler: 2020 Roundtable Discussion
Andrew Rappaport and Fred Butler are both return guests. There is no formal topic this month, instead we have a roundtable discussion, something we have done twice before as December episodes and really enjoyed. The topic starters for discussion are the topics discussed in the previous episodes of the show from 2020. Outline of the […]
Christopher Drew: Assurance of Salvation
Can we know for certain that we are saved, & possess eternal life? Is it important that we know if we will spend eternity with our Lord? How do we figure out if we are His? How does the knowledge of our Eternal State affect the way we live our lives? Chris Drew is pastor […]