Chris and Rich explore biblical theology and practical application in a weekly podcast.
A Defense of "Christianity and Wokeness."
This week, Chris and Rich debate (sort of) the necessity of Owen Strachan's new book "Christianity and Wokeness." Using precepts gleaned from the text, Chris and Rich provide a real-world exercise using Strachan's concepts from his book.
Christianity and Wokeness book
Slave to the King Book Review
Be Christlike, Not Biblical? - Part Deux
This week, Chris is joined by a special guest, Andrew Rappaport of Striving For Eternity, to revisit the unbiblical claim that Christians are to be "Christlike" but not "biblical."
VOR Episode - Be Christlike, Not Biblical?
The Rapp Report Episode - Nation Strategy of Counter Terrorism Against Christians
VOR Rewind - Stewardship of Faith
It's Rewind time! Let's look back at when Rich and Chris returned from an unintended sabbatical. They discuss the various trials they have faced and what this has taught them about trusting in God's sovereign plans for our lives.
Of Pulpits and Plagiarism
This week, Chris and Rich and discuss the issue of sermon plagiarism. Recent events have revealed this is far more common in churches than most of us realize. Can it really be called plagiarism if sermons are property of the kingdom of God? Why should we care if pastors use others' sermons as their own?
Joe McKeever Article
D.A. Carson Article (TGC)
Al Mohler - Plagiarism in the Pulpit
Tom Buck Tweet - Ed Litton Audio re: JD Greear sermon
Justin Peters' Didache Podcast
Doctrine & Life Store Sale
Ed Litton and the Future of the SBC
This week, Chris and Rich have a frank discussion about the recent SBC Annual Meeting and the election of the Convention's new president, Ed Litton. Is he the conservative pastor some have positioned him as or are there genuine concerns about him as others have suggested? And why is this important for Christians at large?
Washington Post Article
Shrink the Divide Page
Robert Downen Tweet - Ordaining Women
YouTube - Litton and Greear: Borrowing or Plagiarism?
VOR Rewind - But the Greatest of These is Love
Let's look back to when Chris and Rich rounded out their discussion of Christian maturity by discussing the greatest trait of it: the love we have for God and for one another.
Snowden Family Go Fund Me
Christian Love by J.C. Ryle
Regular guys in extraordinary times.
Rich & Chis have a great rapport and passion for truth but remain grounded in Christ. There’s no conspiracy theories, speculations or gossip. Instead you’ll get facts, & biblical worldview answers to tough questions. It feels so complicated but by the end of the podcasts the guys have whittled it back down to the simple principles laid out in God’s word to the constant question, “so now how do we live?”
Just found these guys
Just found this podcast. Such truth. Wow.
Holy Boldness!!!!!! Love it!!!
I see so many parallels as a “red-pilled” Catholic who has left the Modernist demonic Vatican II church- I see how the same has happened in the greater “church”.
Cowardly church leaders don’t call out Abortionist politicians.
Note to church leaders: the world is supposed to HATE you for your belief in Christ!!! But you church leaders seek approval of the world.
It’s us - the laity who are bearing the brunt of your cowardice. We are hated by the world . We are counter cultural. You church leaders sit comfortably tickling the ears of the pagans and the false believers who fill your pews for your entertainment value not the BIBLE GOSPEL!!!!
I pray for conversion of ALL church leaders.
Love this show!
Chris and Richard demonstrate logical thinking about issues from a biblical standpoint. Each shows content is thoroughly researched and they leave no stone unturned. Highly recommend.