Chris and Rich explore biblical theology and practical application in a weekly podcast.
This week Chris and Rich take 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?
With the SCOTUS leak indicating the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade, Chris and Rich discuss the tepid response from evangelical elites.
In a podcast crossover event, Michelle Lesley and Amy Spreeman of "A Word Fitly Spoken" join Rich and Chris to discuss women's roles in the church. What does Scripture command women to do in training up younger ladies in the Church? And are there prohibitions to the means by which they teach?
This week, Chris and Rich discuss a hit-piece article published by Baptist News Global against Texas pastor Tom Buck. Christians must be aware that even just "reporting the facts" can be manipulated to lead readers to predetermined conclusions. It is the Christian's duty to ask questions about what is being said and what is being excluded.
This week, Chris and Rich ask the question, "What is a woman?" in light of the recent dust-up at the Supreme Court confirmation hearing of Judge Kentaji Brown Jackson. God is sovereign over all creation, including what makes us male and female.
This week, Andrew Rappaport of Striving for Eternity joins Chris to discuss how Christians need to consider what is the source of their authority when they engage in conservative politics. Are the end goals of political activism more important than God's Word and what compromises do we make when we ally ourselves with secular conservatives?
This week, Chris is joined by Chris Huff of the Matter of Theology podcast. They break down the Shepherds' Conference 2022 and discuss the sermons and training that occurred with 3500 men of God, from around the world, over 3 days at Grace Community Church.
This week, Rich and Chris continue their discussion of the compromises BigEva makes with the world. Ecumenical partnerships with false religions and ideologies for worldly gain must be avoided in the Christian walk. No social or political gain is worth corrupting the purity of the gospel.
It's a Rewind episode as we look at when Chris and Rich discussed statements by well-known evangelicals such as J. D. Greear and Beth Moore which indicate a move to redefine what makes a church biblical.
This week, Chris and Rich look at recent examples of unbiblical attitudes and practices (as evidenced by persons such as Ed Stetzer, Beth Moore, Russell Moore, David French, and others) which demonstrate the "BigEva" machine is not an institution ordained by God. Christians must return to submitting to the one entity and institution ordained by Christ Himself, the local church.
In the first episode of 2022, Chris and Rich discuss the topics of the past year, what they want to talk about in the coming year, and why the doctrines of justification and sanctification will matter in those programs.
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Let's take a trip back to 2016 when Chris and Rich interviewed Pastor Nate Pickowiz about his book, "Reviving New England." Pastor Nate reveals to the church that the key to reviving the land of which once birthed revival in America, and even in the nation itself, lies in the faithful preaching and exposition of Scripture. In a time of spiritual deadness, life comes only by the Word of God.
Looking back at last year when Chris and Rich discussed the incarnation of Christ, His sinless life, His sacrificial death, and the all-important topic of the resurrection. Christmas is meaningless without the resurrection, as there would be no forgiveness for sins.
This week, Chris and Rich discuss the recent Christmas service by First Baptist Dallas and former President Trump’s address from the pulpit. They also discuss the purpose of the church, why we should attend church, and the twisting of the gospel.
This week, Chris and Rich respond to objections raised to Chris' article "Should We Platform Survivors to End Abuse in The Church?" Some readers questioned if the article sought to silence victims, if the Bible was truly the best source to treat trauma, and who is the church platforming? Chris and Rich seek to answer the objections biblically and with grace in a topic that can often be controversial.
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