What is Billy Graham’s legacy? Was he an example of faithfulness to the gospel, or did he compromise with false religion and a false gospel? Was Graham a positive example? What does Leighton Flowers’ defence of Billy Graham reveal about his beliefs? What does it reveal about his criticism of Calvinism? Is Pulpit & Pen a reliable source of information? Is the pope of Rome our brother in Christ? Are Roman Catholics saved? What should we make of the claims that Billy Graham’s death is a prophetic sign?
On the final show of 2017 we are joined by Brandon Lochridge of Full Armor Radio to talk about the top stories of the year.
The topics discussed include:
• Bethel Church/Bill Johnson/Nabeel Qureshi
• The Shack Movie
• Socialism and the SJW movement (CNN calls Thomas the Tank Engine & Paw Patrol ‘Fascist’)
• Trump’s first year as president
• James White and Interfaith Dialogue
• The rise of homosexuality in the church
• Sola Fide/The Doctrine of Justification
• 500 years of the Reformation
• The Houston Free Will Debate
• Pulpit & Pen/JD Hall
• Hank Hanegraaff & Eastern Orthodoxy
• The death of Hugh Hefner
• R.C. Sproul’s passing and his influence
• Eugene Peterson’s Retraction of Support for Same-Sex Marriage
• Perry Noble and unqualified Pastors
We finish our review of the Houston Free Will debate with a refutation of Leighton Flower’s presentation.
On tonight’s programme we take a look at the debate that took place on the subject of ‘Free Will’, which took place on November 3rd 2017 at First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Houston, TX. It featured Theodore Zachariades & Sonny Hernandez (Calvinists) vs Leighton Flowers & Jonathan Pritchett (Traditional Southern Baptist). What can be learned from the debate?
Many pay lip service to the Reformation, but do they truly hold to the same theology and gospel of the Reformers? Is modern mainstream Protestantism really ‘Protestant’ at all? How dangerous are the anti-Calvinist views of a so-called ‘Free Will’? How dangerous is Jerry L. Walls, co-chair of ‘A Reforming Catholic Confession’, and his view of purgatory?