In this episode, we look at the two laws and two types of works, seen in passages such as Romans 3:27-28; Romans 1:5; Romans 16:26; 1 Thes. 1:3; 2 Thes.1:11; Romans 7:23-25.
In can be summed up as:
The law of the flesh and works of the flesh.
The law of faith and the works of faith.
In this episode, we discuss chapter 3 of Romans. There is a lot to discuss in this, specifically on the idea that Romans 3:10-18 is teaching man is "Totally Unable". We will show that this is not the context of this passage, nor the passages that Paul quotes from. We also will point that the righteousness that comes by faith in obeying the gospel is still the theme of Paul's letter, having begun all the way back in chapter 1.
There is much talk on whether or not the "nature* of man changed with the fall of Adam. In this study we show that the "nature" of man has not changed (but of course there were results of the fall that we all live with).
We continue on in our series on Romans, discuss chapter 2. There is some good stuff in this, so make sure you tune in!
In this short episode, we discuss sexual sin, and that means, and compare it to other sins.
In this episode, we go through and read, discuss, and interpret the entire first chapter of Romans 1.
In this short episode, we discuss who the Pharoah of the Exodus is a type of, or represents. Who is the king of this world? Who leads taskmasters in bondage against humanity?
In this special episode, we discuss the debate held on Nov 3, 2017 that consisted of Dr. Sonny Hernandez, Dr. Theodore Zachariades, Dr. Leighton Flowers and Dr. Johnathan Pritchett. The question on the dais is, "What is a Biblical view of free will?"
In this episode, we walk through Exodus, and examine the text regarding the hardening of Pharaoh. What was the purpose? Did this relate to salvation? We will show that Pharaoh resisted God, and it isn't until later, that God firms up Pharaoh's resolve, in order to make His power and name known throughout all the earth.