232: What is Heterodoxy?

Within Christian theology, heterodoxy has typically been explained as any Biblical interpretations or Christian doctrines that are different from the official or orthodox positions of the church [...]


218: Should We Approach a Heretic in Our Church?

Dealing with heresies and dealing with those individuals whom espouse heresies is something that the church has been dealing with since the church’s inception. In this episode, Kenny [...]


217: Should A Christian Business Owner Be Forced to Do Business with Gay People?

As a part of an on going mini-series on issues related to homosexuality, Kenny addresses the questions around Christian business owners being forced to serve same-sex weddings, as well as other [...]


170: Why Did Jesus Call John the Baptist the “Greatest”?

The Apostle Matthew records some interesting words for us, words that came from the mouth of Jesus praising his cousin and fellow rabbi John the Baptist. “Truly, I say to you, among those [...]


150: What’s the Difference Between Conviction and Condemnation?

Sometimes we feel remorse or guilt for our sinful actions. Is this good or bad? Well, it depends on the source of those feelings and impressions. Sometimes those feelings are coming from the [...]


133: What Does It Mean to Have a Seared Conscience? Is It Irreversible?

What does it mean to have a seared conscience? And, maybe more importantly, is this condition irreversible? Or once you have a seared conscience, is that the final condition of your soul? In this [...]


118: Why Did God Declare Pork Unclean and Then Clean?

In the pages of the Old Testament, we see God declare pork (and several other foods) as unclean. Any person that ate these foods would be labeled “unclean” meaning that he/she would [...]


105: Should We Use Sources Other than the Bible to Determine our Beliefs?

We received an email, from a regular listener, asking about how we, as Bible-believing Christians, ought to approach areas and genres of our lives that the Bible isn’t totally clear about, [...]


97: What Does It Mean that the Holy Spirit “Convicts” the World?

In John 16, Jesus tells us that the Holy Spirit would come into the world and “convict” people in the areas of sin, righteousness, and judgement. What does this mean? In this episode, [...]