Episode 22: Mr. Smith

In this episode of the Theopologetics Podcast I interview Joel Groat, Director of Ministries for the Institute for Religious Research, and discuss the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, otherwise known as Mormonism. This episode contains the second half of the interview; see episode 21, “The Saints Are Coming,” for the first half.

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Episode 21: The Saints Are Coming

In this episode of the Theopologetics Podcast I interview Joel Groat, Director of Ministries for the Institute for Religious Research, and discuss the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, otherwise known as Mormonism. This episode contains the first half of the interview; see episode 22, “Mr. Smith,” for the second half.

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Episode 20: Faith Healer

In this episode of the Theopologetics Podcast I interview Justin Peters and discuss the Word of Faith movement, its origins, its doctrines and its consequences.

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Episode 14: Make It Happen

In this episode of the Theopologetics Podcast I discuss the sovereignty of God, demonstrating from Scripture that He is not only King over all but that He does what He pleases.

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Episode 10: Baptize Me

In this episode of the Theopologetics Podcast I interview Gene Cook, Jr., host of The Narrow Mind radio show, discussing the doctrine of baptismal regeneration, which teaches that water baptism is a prerequisite for salvation.

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Episode 4: Baptized in Flames

In this episode of the Theopologetics Podcast I discuss “baptism in the Holy Spirit,” which Charismatics, Pentecostals and some others claim is a special empowering by the Holy Spirit manifested through spiritual gifts, and is separate and distinct from the saving indwelling of the Holy Spirit experienced by all genuine Christians.

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Episode 2: Take Me To the River

In this second episode of the Theopologetics Podcast I discuss the topic of “baptismal regeneration,” the belief that water baptism is a requirement of salvation, the means by which our sins are remitted.

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