Exodus 20:3 “You shall have no other gods before me.” This the first Commandment. It there a reason this Commandment is first? Why did God start off with this Commandment? In this episode, we discuss these questions and break down the meaning behind it. When looking at the Commandments you need to ask three questions. What […]

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In the Bible, there are several types of laws. One type is ceremonial. When the Old Testament explains the Tabernacle and the Temple, they are explaining the ceremonial law. Then there are social laws. This is when the Bible tells us to not to eat shellfish or not to get tattoos. These are social laws given to […]

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In this episode, we had the privilege of interviewing a friend of the show, Dr. Bruce Ashford. He is provost of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and a columnist at Foxnews.com. We had Dr. Ashford on before the primaries to discuss the election. On today’s show, we discussed how we are to engage the world with the Gospel. […]

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We are Totally Depraved. The Laymen are kicking off a TULIP series with our brothers in the Berean Media Network. TULIP is an acronym that describes the 5 points of Calvinism. T – Totally Depraved U – Unconditional Election L – Limited Atonement I – Irresistible Grace P – Perseverance of the Saints. In this episode, we […]

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The Laymen

When potluck goes bad! We call our episodes where we don’t have a topic to discuss “potlucks.” In most southern churches, a potluck is a meal when everybody brings something different. Most of the time, it’s a wonderful meal. Then, there are times when you look around in the meal and think, who brought the tuna […]

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In this episode we have our friend John come by and discuss the book “Fathered By God,” by John Eldridge. This book discusses the path to manhood that everyman takes. We start of by discussing how all men have been wounded by someone or something, but it is through those struggles that we rise up and […]

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In Europe, during War World II, Jews would be forced onto trains and then shipped to concentration camps. There, they would be murdered. As the train traveled on, it would pass by Christian churches that knew where the train was headed. As the noisy train passed on, the church would say “Sing louder,” to drown […]

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