May 25, 2020
Recorded on 2/25/2020, We forgot to upload the audio.
On this episode of G220 Radio, Mike Miller and Ricky Gantz will answer the question.... What is Calvinism? Recently, the one minute apologist asked this question but left his audience.... well, without an answer! We will view his answer, or attempt at answering the question and discuss what Calvinism is.
May 25, 2020
On this episode of G220 Radio, We talk about the Law of God as we continue our trek through the 1689 Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. Ricky Gantz, Mike Miller, and Nathaniel Porter examine how God's law impacts use as humans and their guide in a Christian's life in the New Covenant.
When we finish our exploration into the Second London Confession of faith, we will be giving one of our listeners a copy of "A Modern Exposition of the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith" by Sam Waldron.
May 13, 2020
In this episode of the After Show Show we went almost as long as the show itself talking about a lot of things from our friend George, to SitComs, to Christian Movies, and more just like the show title says....
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May 6, 2020
What happens when the show goes off the air, sometimes we stick around and talk for a little while, sometimes about the show and sometimes about completely different things.
On this, After Show Show we talked about Toilet Paper and Video Games
May 5, 2020
Believers have been subject to and interacted with governments since the book of Genesis. Old Testament saints like Nehemiah, Daniel, Shadrach and the boys, and Esther stood before kings to make their petitions and protestations known. New Testament believers stood before tribunals and defied councils. Christians have a long history seeking to do God’s will even when that conflicts with the will of the king. The question in times like these is not whether Christians are permitted to protest certain actions a government takes. Rather the question is: in a country where “the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” is recognized, how should Christians protest?