Building upon last week’s discussion of the history of dispensationalism our panel will assess whether Progressive Dispensationalism is a welcomed development or a significant departure from Dispensationalism.
Our prestigious guests discuss the history of dispensationalism and lay the foundation for their assessment of a relatively recent view known as Progressive Dispensationalism. Our panel will discuss whether Progressive Dispensationalism is a welcomed development or a significant departure from Dispensationalism.
Today we continue our podcast series on the subject of Dispensationalism. We will answer the questions, what is Dispensationalism and why is it important. Dr. Cone, Dr. Parle, and Dr. Stallard return to the Learn the Word podcast to answer these questions.
In this podcast, Dr. Merkh continues to provide insights into handling criticism from the book of Proverbs.
Do you struggle with criticism? Do you struggle with what others think about you? Of course, you do. We all do. In today’s program, Dr. Merkh addresses this problem and provides biblical answers from the book of Proverbs.
In today’s podcast, we continue our series on the book of Proverbs. Dr. Merkh will contrast wisdom and folly as described in the book of Proverbs.
In today’s podcast, we begin a 4-part series on the book of Proverbs. Dr. Merkh will contrast wisdom and folly as described in the book of Proverbs.
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!
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