On tonight’s programme we discuss how our view of Calvinism and Reformed theology should shape how we share the gospel and how the Church attempts to reach the lost for Christ. We also look at a video, shared by Relevant Magazine, by Matt Chandler on so-called ‘white privilege’.
On tonight’s programme we look at Nigel Farage’s opposition to UKIP exposing Islam as a religion, rather than just focusing on so-called extremist groups like ISIS. We also look at how Christians today typically deal with the issue of Islam, and how to deal with the threat, while loving our Muslim neighbour in sharing the truth of Jesus Christ. Near the end of the programme Paul offers some comments on the ‘Islamicize Me’ controversy involving Acts 17 Apologetics, Vocab Malone and James White. How are we to evangelise Muslims with the gospel of Jesus Christ?
On tonight’s programme we look at a recent survey carried out by LifeWay Research on evangelical Christians in America. What does it tell us about those who use the terms ‘evangelical’ and ‘born again’? What is the history of the fundamentalist and evangelical movements over the past two hundred years? How and why is it important?
What is the gospel of Jesus Christ? Is repenting from your sins necessary for salvation? Is believing the gospel and trusting on Christ alone easy for the unregenerate sinner in rebellion against God? What are the similarities between some prominent Independent Fundamental Baptist preachers and men like Rick Warren?
In a recent sermon called ‘AIDS: the Judgement of God’ Steven L. Anderson made the headlines once again claiming that Homosexuals should be killed and that AIDS was a Judgement of God. However something that has been missed by the media was that Anderson believes that Homosexuals cannot ever come to Christ. He sees them as being beyond the possibility of salvation and therefore he will not allow a homosexual into his church to hear the gospel. What does the Bible teach on these things?