Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God? What are our differences? What do we have in common? Author Carl Medearis has been working and living among Muslims in some of the most dangerous places on earth for the last 25 years, and joins the podcast to tell us what he’s learned. Plus… white Christians are now a minority in America, and Phil and Skye discuss “The Nashville Statement.” This week on the podcast!
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Thank you for interviewing Carl M. It was a great conversation for the general public, but especially for Jesus followers. Love your summary song at the end.
Biblical manhood and women hood is awesome! Although I do not see much of depth and beauty of it, I believe it’s true, shows God’s goodness to us. God, Trinity that is out of his goodness given us his written word, which we treasure, light to our path, sword in our hand, and a much more!
It does not mean everyone affairming Nashville statement or orthodoxy is a believer nor those who fail, and fall, all are in unbelievers camp, my guess is much of true believers will come to heartily affairm.
We also are called not to approve evil but to expose it, so others of us can be more sanctified
Phil: effeminate is mentioned in KJV. Also you can mirror it, it would be Tom Boy! Because somehow we need to see other like sins and see and understand root of sin and deep games and promises of sins.
Complimentry is right! It is more about equality than eqaliterian.
My suggestion you awesome folks keep from deep theology or just not take your self seriously. I do not take myself seriously although I take him and his glory with reverence and joy. If you look at what hurt people you never stick with God! Because most people follow Satan, like I was when I did not believe in Christ!
But for dialog and evangelism I like to stick with simple gospel.
Also one single sin can damn a person when their cop of iniquity is full, that sin can be anywhere in human perspective but it it is fixed in God sight! Esa’s one sin, put him beyond repentance! If we do not warn people, their one homosexual thought might be, or identification, or boasting in it might just be the one that put them beyond repentance! I would warn everyone if I discuss something like this. But you know that true believers fight such thoughts and it to the teeth in their souls, no matter how much nature would be against them, since they also grown for redemption of the body. But you are free from my very convicting argument to have your own belief! free! free, you might ask in what sense would that be! since I believe some are only free to do evil and bring fruit of iniquity, unbelief is a form of evil. Some free, from their only freedom to do evil by Christ, to bring forth good fruit, that Spirit produces. Friends I am sorry if my comment is theologically heavy, I pray that the Lord would use it to enrich you in you knowledge about him and also in knowing him personally.