Episode 118: Long Arm of the Lord

Debate topic: “The Father Alone Existed as God Prior To The Incarnation.” Oneness Pentecostalism Evangelist and Apologist Steven Ritchie affirms; Michael Burgos, author of Kiss the Son: A Christological Apology in Response to David K. Bernard’s The Oneness of God, denies. This episode contains the complete, 2+ hour debate.

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Episode 117: Mercy Mercy Me

Dr. Ted Rivera, Associate Professor and Department Chair at the Liberty University School of Religion, joins me to discuss his recent book, Reforming Mercy Ministry: A Practical Guide to Loving Your Neighbor.
 
 
 
 

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Episode 116: Near to the Heart of God

Debate topic: “At conception, Jesus was not God and man.” Cornell Thomas, author of Searching for Answers: When God Reveals His Image, affirms; Michael Burgos, author of Kiss the Son: A Christological Apology in Response to David K. Bernard’s The Oneness of God, denies. This episode contains the complete, 2+ hour debate.

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Episode 115: Traces of You

Joseph Hinman joins me to discuss the apologetic value of religious experience and his book, The Trace of God: A Rational Warrant for Belief.
 
 
 

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Episode 113: You Are God Alone (Not A God)

Unitarian Dave Barron joins me to share his thoughts in response to Trinitarian Dr. Chris Tilling’s thesis, which Chris and I discussed back in episode 111. Then, Chris comes on again to respond to Dave. A thought provoking, super-sized episode!

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Episode 112: He Is the Great I Am

My good friend Michael Burgos, author of Kiss the Son and editor of the JTSA, volumes one and two, joins me to discuss the important and profound “I am” statements of Jesus.

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Episode 111: Jesus, Sweet Saviour Divine

Dr. Chris Tilling joins me to discuss the deity of Christ and his book, Paul’s Divine Christology, as the first of what I hope will be a few episodes intended to help my friend Dr. Phil Fernandes prepare for his November debate, in which he’ll be defending the deity of Christ.
 
 

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Episode 110: My Substitute

My friend Dr. Steve Jeffery, minister of Emmanuel Evangelical Church in Southgate, North London, joins me for part two of our discussion of Penal Substitutionary Atonement as a follow-up to his recent discussion on “Unbelievable?” radio, a doctrine he and his co-authors defend in Pierced for Our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution.

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Episode 109: Jesus in My Place

My friend Dr. Steve Jeffery, minister of Emmanuel Evangelical Church in Southgate, North London, joins me to discuss Penal Substitutionary Atonement as a follow-up to his recent discussion on “Unbelievable?” radio, a doctrine he and his co-authors defend in Pierced for Our Transgressions: Rediscovering the Glory of Penal Substitution.

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Episode 108: Forgive Me Lord

My friend Dee Dee Warren joins me to discuss some very personal and painful experiences from her past, before she was a believer, and what we can learn about them.

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