Each week pastor Dale Partridge offers 10-15-minute answers to difficult theological and pastoral questions.
A Call to Speak Reverently of God
Christians mouths have been infected with causal culture. That is, they have accepted a standard of language around church, theology, and worship that is irreverent and inaccurate. In this episode, pastor Dale Partridge discusses our call to speak of God only in ways that are reflective of His biblically revealed character.
7 Essentials For Biblical Literacy
In a time where many Christians lack the weekly shepherding of a doctrinally sound pastor, pastor Dale Partridge offers seven supplemental resources for Christians to strengthen their biblical and theological literacy.
The Coming Western Persecution
We are witnessing an increasing hostility toward Christian values in the West. In this episode, Pastor Dale Partridge discusses the implications of the coming persecution.
Salaried or Bi-Vocational Pastors?
In a time where many pastors have a fixed salary, what does the Bible say about this? Should pastors be full time ministers or should they have another part time job to help support their families? Pastor Dale Partridge answers these questions on this episode of Real Christianity.
Most Popular Episode #5
A replay of episode 112: How to Break Free From Pornography. Do you look at pornography? If not, statistics say that you absolutely know someone who does. Sadly, many Christians view their pornography habit simply as sin they can’t shake when it may be a sign of something far more serious. In this episode of Real Christianity, Dale looks at what the Scriptures say about people who wallow in long-term, patternistic, and habitual sin. But more importantly, he offers the only true solution for breaking the bondange that comes with long-term pornography use.
Most Popular Episode #4
A Replay of Episode #76: 4 Marital Sex Questions Couples Shouldn't Avoid
Talking about sex can be awkward, but it is a necessary part of a healthy marriage. Many husbands and wives reach out to us to ask questions regarding this topic, so today we are going to address the four most common questions we believe are critical to discuss with your spouse.
Very Eye opening
A friend of mine recommended this podcast to me. I’ve been listening to it for a few months now and it has really opened up my eyes to issues that tend to get washed over in the Church nowadays. Dale makes his points and arguments from a true biblical and historical, and in context perspective which is needed now more than ever. Thank you Dale for saying what I need to hear not what I want to hear. May God bless you and your family.
This is a podcast worth listening to!
I’m 35, a wife, and a mom of two small boys. To me, seeking out the truth diligently is what needs to be done in order to understand doctrine to its fullest. I recently just listened to the latest podcast and will be going through the 7 steps you listed. Thank you so much for taking the time to help and encourage us all to continue steadfastly. My prayer is that we can all catapult to the next level of seeing just how Magnificent our God is through the scriptures! I highly recommend this podcast and can’t wait until the next episode!
What is is for?
Recently found Dale’s ministry and have been greatly encouraged by the work he and others are doing in getting back to the basics of orthodox Christian life and doctrine!
I would love to hear more of the tying together of the “what is”’s and the “what for”’s. As in, ok we know now what a normal Christian marriage is, now what is it for?! Ok we know kids are a blessing now what are we supposed to do with the blessing?!
You may say ok the point of these things is to glorify God and enjoy him forever so then does that just make orthodox Christianity a circular insular kind of thing aka a counter cultural Christian bubble hoping not to get popped before Jesus returns or are we supposed to be doing something with it and Jesus isn’t gonna return until we do that thing?
Again love the theology and would love more on how to move from theology to doxology.