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Gospel Sabatoogy can cause an imbalance in the Christian walk. Remembering every part of the Gospel is a key component of our faith. Todd shares a list by Byron Yawn, so we can understand that our motivation to not commit Gospel Sabatoogy is the Gospel itself.
How do we resolve the tension between God's sovereignty and the evil of the world? Slides from Peter Sammons about Reprobation and God's sovereignty. God's authority is all-inclusive. He is sovereign over the "big" issues of history and every minute detail of an individual's life.
Tyler asks if Todd ever says "context" without first saying context. Paul asks how Christians are to view the troubling statements made by Martin Luther later in his life. Brady asks how a Christian can know if they are spiritually mature enough for dating.
Todd meets Drew, a Southern Baptist working with a Methodist organization to bring the Gospel to students. Todd also meets Ashanti, a student at KSU who grew up Catholic but now calls herself a Christian.
You are being robbed of good, expository preaching. The consequences of watered-down preaching. Watered-down preaching cripples corporate worship. It severs the preacher from the sanctifying work of the Word.
Anonymous was baptized by a woman whom he later found out had unbiblical views. Should he be baptized again? Joshua asks if God gets upset with us. Mary asks how to respond to someone who says Christianity has pagan origins?
In today's episode, Todd sits down with Michael, a student studying business and finance, in hopes of taking care of his family and future generations. Todd asks what worldview drives his way of thinking.