This week, Dr. Weaver investigates the life of Demas, whose story is diametrically opposite to that of John Mark’s. Demas started strong but later abandoned the ministry because he loved this present world too much.
On this special New Year’s Eve podcast, we investigate the life of John Mark, a man who had a horrible first impression but an incredible lasting impression.
On this week’s podcast, we continue our conversation with Dr. Carfrey, Dr. Goepfrich, and Dr. Payne on the seven reasons God became man!
As we approach Christmas our prestigious panel discusses seven reasons that God became man from Hebrews 2.
Today we continue our second-part in the study of the Apostle Paul. Although he refers to himself as the “Least” of the Apostles, through his writings and missionary journeys, he made a profound impact upon Christianity.
From the most notorious persecutor to the most prolific proselytizer – today we begin a two-part study of the life and writings of the Apostle Paul.
On today’s program, we continue our study of important biblical characters from the Old Testament. Join Chris Katulka, Steve Herzig as they examine the life of David, a man after God’s own heart.
Today we begin a new podcast series, a series of character studies from the Old Testament. On today’s podcast, we will discuss Abraham’s life and influence. Chris Katulka and Steve Herzig, both staff members with Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, will provide unique insights into Abraham’s life and impact, especially as it relates to the Jewish people.
The Bible is the most important book ever published and has had a profound impact on all of human history. We will discuss that global impact on today’s program.
If God is all-powerful and all-loving how does evil and suffering exist? This is the issue, the problem of evil, that we will address in today’s podcast.
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