Chris and Rich explore biblical theology and practical application in a weekly podcast.
This is a Special Edition episode for all our listeners. This week, Chris joined Keith Foskey on "Conversations with a Calvinist" for his episode: "G3 Review by 2 Nerds Who Didn't Go!" The video version of this conversation can be found at the link below. Please enjoy and share this episode.
This week we look back at when Chris and Rich discussed the issue of food hoarding and prepping. While often associated with the Mormon church, many people, including Christians, store up mass quantities of food and water in preparation for times of difficulty. Is this a biblical precept? How should Christians view it?
This week, Chris discusses the conservative argument that we cannot address hypocritical or sinful behavior on the part of our political allies because the need for victory outweighs the need to hold them accountable. Should Christians practice this ideology?
This week we look back at when Chris and Rich walked through 1 Peter to encourage Christians to live righteously in a time of tribulation and persecution. Walking in holiness is a living testimony to the excellencies of our Savior.
This week, Chris takes on some listener questions regarding possible discord within the LGBT socio-political realm and "Generative AI." He also encourages Christians to focus their motivations on glorifying Christ while being His humble servants in this world.
This week, we revisit Chris and Rich taking on the ever-present argument that Christians need to be winsome and nuanced on social issues lest we offend the lost. Is this biblically true or are the pitfalls Christians need to be aware of?
This week, Chris and Rich discuss Paul's letter to Colossae where he states he rejoiced in his suffering. How can Christians view suffering as a blessing from God and find joy in the trial?
This week, we revisit Chris and Rich's discussion that when Christ came into the world, He came among the lowest of society. There is no barrier to any rank or social status to have access to God if they come in the manner He has prescribed.
In a solo episode this week, Chris discusses three mini topics covering sexual immorality, fighting on social media, and humility in serving Christ, which all point to a single issue - we should always seek to live our lives in a way that honors and glorifies Christ.
This week, Chris and Rich have a little fun discussing the topic of "high strangeness," a popular term for stories of mysterious animals, UFOs, ghosts, and more. While demonstrating how much that is reported is the product of misidentification, hoax, or natural causes, and some things defy explanation, they encourage Christians to not take their eyes off of Scripture when confronted with these matters.
The following is an audio reading of the article "Humility in Exalting Christ" which can be found at: https://www.slavetotheking.com/2023/07/05/humility-in-exalting-christ/.
This week we look back at Chris and Rich's discussion on primary and secondary issues of Scripture. Does a doctrine being designated "secondary" mean it is irrelevant or should not be debated?
This week, with the backdrop of a controversial sermon at the SBC Annual Meeting, Chris and Rich discuss what it means to have biblical unity and ask if it is always bad for there to be division.
This week, Chris and Rich address a number of posts made by former Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren on the eve of the SBC Annual meeting. Warren's efforts to influence the Meeting are quite evident as he attempts to manipulate SBC members with posts intended to inflame passionate emotions. Christians need to be discerning of such tactics.
This week, Chris Huff of Matter of Theology joins Chris as they talk about the love of God from Ephesians 2 and 3.
This week, as we prepare to enter "Pride Month" in America, there are those who declare it is more important to be loving than theological. However, when we rightly understand Scripture, we recognize there is no biblical love in pride.
This week, Rich and Chris talk about how Christians should approach having debates and discussions with their brethren over important topics. While we can certainly engage in passionate discussions, we should always seek to avoid unnecessary divisiveness and look to build one another up in a spirit of humility, compassion, and kindness.
This week we look back at when Chris Huff of Matter of Theology joined VOR. Following the SBC Annual Meeting, we discuss the drift of the denomination, the actions of its leaders, and ask the question: is it time for churches to leave the SBC?
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