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Each week Wes McAdams and special guests engage in a spirited discussion about the Bible, recent sermons, current events, and other relevant issues facing churches and Christians today.

Radically Christian CrossTalk Podcast Wes McAdams

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8, 121 Ratings

Each week Wes McAdams and special guests engage in a spirited discussion about the Bible, recent sermons, current events, and other relevant issues facing churches and Christians today.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
121 Ratings

121 Ratings

dailydoseofdevo ,

Amazing!

Just discovered this podcast & can’t stop listening! The podcast about showing love to our Muslim neighbors really hit home with me. Please give this podcast a listen! Well worth your time!

Holleenotes ,

Great quality and great discussions!

A variety of topics are discussed with a biblical over-tone. It sounds great, too! Def worth a listen! Very thought-provoking.

TheGeophysicsGuy ,

Be Cautious

I am a member of the church of Christ and I have spoken with Wes and followed his material over the years. I use to really like him and recommended him. Not anymore.

I think he is deliberately deceptive and tries to push the envelope as far as he can go. If you listen to him and read your Bible and then listen to denominational preachers ask yourself who he sounds more like? I contend he used to be different and he will probably end up like another Max Lucado or Ruble Shelly.

Here are some specifics and if you know him challenge him on these and be firm because he will wiggle and squirm as best as he can to avoid giving an direct and blunt answer if he thinks it will harm his reputation.

Is instrumental music sinful? He won’t say others are wrong for using it. We just don’t have example to use it. He doesn’t understand the law of silence.

Ask about Biblical authority and whether or not 1 Cor 3:17 means we must have authority for what we do in worship.

Ask him about kids church, praise teams, LTC and young women leading singing and giving devotionals in mixed audiences.

Ask him about the new heavens and new earth and whether or not we keep our physical bodies and dwell on earth for eternity.

Ask about moral issues such as social drinking, he used to be very strong here. Ask about modesty and how God wants us to dress for worship.

Ask him about grace and works and how they relate.

Ask him if we can celebrate Christmas as a religious holiday to celebrate the birth of Christ

Challenge him on his view that all scripture fits one narrative and every book of the Bible is written for that one narrative specifically. The Bible has one primary theme but not every book is written to address the theme of God’s plan for redeeming man.

And Wes if you read this, I really wish you would stop all the social media outreach you do. I think it is harmful for you. I encourage you to take time and explore your roots and focus on you and the Bible. Stop reading denominational writing and focus on God and His word. I think you gained to much popularity too quickly and that hasn’t been good for you.

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