How Do I Know What Church to Join? (Episode 2)

How Do I Know What Church to Join? (Episode 2)

 
 
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The question we’ll be considering in this episode was submitted via the podcast question submission form:

How do I know what church to join?

There are many different churches around us. How can we know which one we should be a part of? In this episode, we’ll examine what the Scriptures teach about the church and how we can determine what church we ought to “join” today.

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How Do Miracles Constitute Problems for Skeptics? (Episode 1)

How Do Miracles Constitute Problems for Skeptics? (Episode 1)

 
 
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The question we’ll be considering in this episode was submitted via Twitter:

How do miracles constitute problems for skeptics?

Many people reject God and His word. Yet God has given us a reasonable basis for faith (Hebrews 11:1). Miracles are part of that. In this episode, we’ll be considering how miracles present problems for those who want to reject God and His word.

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The New Plain Bible Teaching Podcast (Episode 0)

The New Plain Bible Teaching Podcast (Episode 0)

 
 
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Welcome to the NEW Plain Bible Teaching Podcast!

My intention was to have the first episode of the revamped podcast release a week ago. But website issues have delayed the podcast schedule a little bit. The first official episode of the new podcast is scheduled to be released this coming Thursday, January 30, 2020.

Look for new episodes to be released twice a month on Thursdays. To submit a Bible question for a future episode, please fill out the form at the link below:

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The Futility of Fighting against God (Sermon #43)

The Futility of Fighting against God (Sermon #43)

 
 
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The Futility of Fighting against God (Sermon #43)

The Plain Bible Teaching Podcast is returning later this month. In the meantime, here is a bonus episode with a sermon I recently preached while we were traveling in Arkansas. This sermon was preached on December 25, 2019 at the Spring Park church of Christ in Heber Springs, AR.

As was previously announced, the revamped podcast will now be centered around answering listener-submitted questions. So if you have a question you would like to hear addressed in a podcast episode, please fill out the form at the following link:

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Plain Bible Teaching Podcast Relaunch

Plain Bible Teaching Podcast Relaunch

 
 
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The Plain Bible Teaching Podcast is returning in January!

First of all, I want to thank all of you for listening to the podcast and following Plain Bible Teaching. I’ve been taking a break from the podcast since the end of July, but I am happy to report that new episodes will be released again starting after the first of the year.

The biggest change to the podcast is that it will now be centered around answering listener-submitted questions. So if you have a question you would like to hear addressed in a podcast episode, please fill out the form at the following link:

Questions for the Plain Bible Teaching Podcast

Thanks again for listening! Lord willing I’ll be back on the podcast to talk with you again in January.

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Special Announcement

Special Announcement

 
 
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This is the announcement that I am taking a break from producing the Plain Bible Teaching Podcast. I explain the reasons for this decision and what’s next in the episode.

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How to Discuss Contentious Topics (Season 13, Episode 12)

How to Discuss Contentious Topics (Season 13, Episode 12)

 
 
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How to Discuss Contentious Topics (Season 13, Episode 12)

In this season, we’re discussing social issues – problems that are facing our society and what the Bible has to say about these issues.

Many of the topics we have discussed in this study are controversial and can elicit strong emotional responses from individuals. Because of this, we may be tempted to avoid any type of discussion on these issues, especially if we know there will be disagreement.

However, as we have discussed, there are Biblical principles that apply to these topics. Therefore, discussions on these sorts of issues can provide a way to direct others – especially those who are not Christians – to what the Bible teaches. So we should not avoid discussing these things altogether, but we do need to understand the proper way to discuss contentious topics.

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