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Revelation 3 (A Reader's Guide)
We continue on with our Readers Guide to Revelation and in Chapter 3, Jesus has a message for lukewarm pastors and sleepy churches. "Wake Up! Repent! Be Zealous! I am coming quickly."
Q&A #5: Word & Family w/ Toby Sumpter
Pastor Toby Sumpter joins us to talk about loving the Word and how it shapes our parental discipline, especially spanking.
You can submit questions for future episodes at https://bit.ly/brc-questions.
Q&A #4: Word & Family w/ Dr. Tim Edwards
Dr. Tim Edwards joins us to discuss the role of the Word in parenting, especially during the teen years. If you have questions for future guests, please send them our way!
Submit your questions: https://bit.ly/brc-questions.
Q&A #3: Word & Family w/ Douglas Wilson
Pastor Doug joins us for the first episode in a series of interviews on raising children to love God's Word. If you have questions related to this topic, please send them to us (bit.ly/brc-questions) and we'll do our best to answer them in a future interview.
Q&A #2: When Did Polygamy Become a Sin?
In this episode we answer the question, "When did polygamy become a sin?" (just in case you were wondering), and deal with common objections like God giving Saul's wives to David.
Q&A #1: Those Polygamous Patriarchs
How should we think about the sins of the patriarchs, especially their polygamous relationships? In this episode we deal with the problem of righteous sinners.
This podcast has been encouraging and enlightening to me as I make my way through the Bible. I appreciate their ecumenical approach—sharing a variety of opinions on a passage and the thinking behind each opinion, while also sharing their take and their reasons for it. I have read the Bible through a number of times, but I gain new insights and a deeper love for God’s Word every time I listen to this podcast. It’s a must-hear for lay people and pastors alike.
Like a nice steak
As a homeschooling mother that doesn’t have the time equity to pursue a whole lot of formal theological training, I appreciate the “meatiness” and depth covered in the content while still maintaining the conversational ease. There are a lot of great hermeneutical insights that are grounded in humility and a true love of the Word. Keep up the good work!
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