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Where Is God In COVID19?
07 Apr

Where Is God In COVID19?

It is fair to say that all humans struggle with the problem of evil. If God is sovereign, why doesn’t he remove all the evil in this world? Why did he allow it in the first place? Can God truly be good if he has the power to stop evil but doesn’t? The harder you try to answer these questions, the more confused you will become. For thousands of years, humanity has wrestled with these questions.

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UNFILTERED #174 The Book of Joshua
01 May

UNFILTERED #174 The Book of Joshua

Today the Boys explain how to read Old Testament books like Joshua from a redemptive-historical perspective. How do you distinguish between Law and Gospel in the narrative of the book? How should we understand the faithfulness of characters like Joshua and Rahab? UNFILTERED: We discuss the foreshadowing of Christ in the Book of Joshua, and we add some quick thoughts on the Lordship Salvation debate.

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#174 The Book of Joshua
01 May

#174 The Book of Joshua

Today the Boys explain how to read Old Testament books like Joshua from a redemptive-historical perspective. How do you distinguish between Law and Gospel in the narrative of the book? How should we understand the faithfulness of characters like Joshua and Rahab? UNFILTERED: We discuss the foreshadowing of Christ in the Book of Joshua, and we add some quick thoughts on the Lordship Salvation debate.

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UNFILTERED #114 Sin: The Misery of Mankind
07 Feb

UNFILTERED #114 Sin: The Misery of Mankind

Critical to Reformed Theology is the understanding that sin is not merely an action (morals), but also a state (condition). The confessions refer to our collective “misery.” Pietism is largely ignorant of the category. What problems has this caused in our practice of the Christian life? How does keeping the state of sin adjust view?

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#114 Sin: The Misery of Mankind
07 Feb

#114 Sin: The Misery of Mankind

Critical to Reformed Theology is the understanding that sin is not merely an action (morals), but also a state (condition). The confessions refer to our collective “misery.” Pietism is largely ignorant of the category. What problems has this caused in our practice of the Christian life? How does keeping the state of sin adjust view?

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