On this episode of G220 Radio, Mike Miller and Ricky Gantz will host an election debate review, no... not a presidential debate review, but one dealing with the doctrine of election. Ricky went up to Detroit in January and attended a debate between Calvinists and non-Calvinists on this doctrine. At the debate Ricky was able to meet some Facebook friends in person for the first time, two of those brothers will be joining us on the program to discuss the debate. Our guests will be Pastor Edward Smith & Quentin Taylor. Debates can be long but are goal is not to cover the entire debate but aspects of it from the Non-Calvinistic side.
Topic: Christians on the Hot Seat w/guests Nathaniel Porter, Canaan Gonzalez, & Cody Robbins On this episode of G220 Radio, we have three brothers coming on the show to sit in the Hot Seat so to speak.
I am sure many of you can relate to being in a conversation with an unbeliever and they ask you questions you had no idea were coming, maybe out of the blue, they ask you a question knowing you are a Christian, and they may think the question they are going to ask is going to stump you or, in their mind, cause you to doubt your faith or even walk away from it altogether.
Well on this episode we have three Christians who will be put on the spot, the Hot Seat, and Mike Miller and Ricky Gantz will ask them questions that atheists or those of other religions may ask and we will see how these brothers handle the questions while not knowing exactly what will be asked of them.
On this After Show Show we talk about Purim, Walmart, Ray Comfort, Lapsarianism, The Upcoming Debate Review Show, Dr. Martin Lloyd Jones, John Stott.
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On this episode of G220 Radio, Mike Miller and Ricky Gantz catch up with our good friend Nathaniel Porter who recently returned from his trip to Florida, for the Super Bowl weekend.
Super Bowl weekend brings hundreds of thousands of people into town each year at the hosting city for the NFL's grandest stage. There are some men though who don't attend the Super Bowl to see their favorite team play, or to enjoy the festivities that surround the excitement of the Super Bowl. Some Christians go on a mission to bring the gospel to the thousands in attendance and throughout the city.