Do you know someone suffering from Bible Dysphoria? It’s spreading like the plague within and without the church. Bible Dysphoria is a condition that disorients its victims and affects their ability to identify with the Bible. Common symptoms include biblically contrary lifestyle and worldview, godlessness, idiosyncratic syncretism, unorthodoxness, heterodoxy, lack of discernment, inability to see how the Bible applies today, dissatisfaction with the Bible, failure to take the Bible seriously, lukewarmness, worldliness, taking pleasure in unrighteousness rather than rejoicing in the truth, spiritual infantilism, and capitulating to the spirit of Antichrist. The best medicine is a steady dose of the ThornCrown Network (originally Semper Reformanda Radio) and Scripture, thoroughly applied to all matters of faith and life. No prescription required!
RLL 55 Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church and the LGBT Agenda
Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church used to righty call homosexuality a sin. Now, it seems more interested in "building bridges" with the enemies of Christ.
RLL 54 The Border Crisis and the Roman Catholic Church-State
The Roman Catholic Church-State is the main driver behind the current migrant crisis and the U.S.-Mexico border.
RLL 53 Inflation, It's Back
A rant on woksterism and a discussion on inflation.
RLL 52 Pope Francis Calls for New World Order
More calls for globalism by Pope Francis
RLL 51: Stop the Covid Madness
A breakdown of Ron Paul's article "Is Biden Holding America Hostage Until ‘Independence’ Day?"
RLL 50 Transmania
The sinfulness of Rachel Levine's transgender lie.
This is Pastor Hines, host of "The Protestant Witness" podcast. I'm very privileged to be with very godly, serious-minded men who love the true gospel and desire to proclaim it to the world just as I do.
A serious podcast
I appreciate the serious and sober approach that these brothers take when dealing with their subject at hand. Great content!
The sermons have been great! I hardly ever read who’s the one preaching but he does a good job. It’s always nice to listen to a podcast that holds to the biblical doctrine of faith and grace, although I love Apologia and The Dividing Line, I know they don’t hold to the same belief as Clark which is disappointed given that it’s a biblical view.