In this episode, Mike plans to discuss Genesis 11 but only does the first 9 verses and the story of Babel. Not only do we learn about the Babel, Mike ventures off with how Babel shapes our thinking about the presence of God, the importance of directions, and how God reserves the curse of Babel.
In this episode of G220 Radio, we continue our series on the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith in chapter 27: Of the Communion of the Saints and chapter 28: Of Baptism and the Lord's Supper.
Joining us for this discussion as our guest will be Edward Ramirez, Pastor at Breath of Life Community Church and founder of Sinner2saint Ministries.
Salvatore Sapienza of Douglas UCC in Michigan taught on John 3:16 some years back. We just recently came across this video on YouTube of Salvatore twisting John 3:16 all up into a ball and tossing it out the window.
This is just about what most progressives would like to do ultimately with the Bible, especially the parts that do not line up with their conformity to culture.
Ricky & Mike will review this video and discuss it.
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Growing up in church I remember going with my parents one evening and watching a message on the screen from Billy Graham, I was just a young child and really don’t remember much of what was said, but I knew of the name. When I became a genuine believer in Christ I was still only familiar with Billy Graham in name.
Many know the name, but do we really know much about his theology, his associations, and his crusades. Were there troubling things we should know about? Years ago Caleb did an extensive study on Graham and I remember riding down with Caleb to an evangelism outreach and he began sharing all this information he had researched on Graham.
Tune in Tuesday night for G220 Radio to watch and listen to what Caleb has to share.
Welcome back to G220 Radio, in this episode, we will finish working through chapter 26 of the 1689 Second London Baptist Confession of Faith. How important is the local church in the life of a follower of Christ? Is church membership biblical? What about organized religion? These are vitally important questions for us to have an answer for and I believe the 1689 addresses this important understanding of the church.
Steve Christie was raised Catholic, serving as Treasurer of the Knights of the Altar of his former parish. He graduated from a Catholic elementary school, high school & college, where he converted to a Protestant in August 2004. He has earned a Bachelor in the College of Arts & Sciences, as well as a Master of Business Administration. He is a registered nurse serving at a local hospital. He has been interviewed on Christian & secular television, radio, and newspapers. He has spoken at Christian organizations, his local university, and several churches, including in Romania, as well as being the keynote speaker for the 500-year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation at First Baptist Church of Greater Toledo. He served as the Chairman of the Missions Committee at his former church& as a chaplain for the YMCA, each for three years. He has participated in live debates against Catholic apologists on the Old Testament canon, such as author Gary Michuta (“Why Catholic Bibles Are Bigger”) & Trent Horn from Catholic Answers, as well as in numerous online discussions on the canon, such as with Dr. Michael Brown. He has lead home Bible studies for nearly 14 years. Steve currently worships at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Toledo, Ohio, and is the author of two Christian books, the latest: “Why Protestant Bibles Are Smaller: a Defense of the Protestant Old Testament Canon.”
In this episode of G220 Radio, we revisit the 1689 and pick up where we left off on chapter 26 concerning the church.
Could it be that God used evolution to bring about man? Is Genesis 1 & 2 telling us about two different creation accounts? In this episode of G220 Radio, we will look at theistic evolution and Genesis 1-3. Can you hold to both? That is what we will seek to answer tonight on episode 499
In this episode of G220 Radio, Ken Hisle and Joshua Payne join us as our guests, to talk about evangelism and their most recent trip to Las Vegas to proclaim the good news of Christ. These two brothers are not ashamed of the gospel of Christ and we look forward to hearing about their recent encounters as well as other encouraging stories from their labors over the years.