On tonight’s programme we are joined by Conrad Mbewe. He is the pastor of Kabwata Baptist Church in Lusaka, Zambia. What is the state of Christianity in Zambia, and in Africa as a whole? How bad is the Charismatic Movement in Africa? How can we deal with questions on cessationism pastorally? How do you know if you are called to gospel ministry?
On today’s programme we are joined by Justin Peters to discuss the Word of Faith Movement, Michael Brown, the NAR, Bill Johnson, Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland and many other related issues. How dangerous is the Charismatic movement? Are men like Benny Hinn and Kenneth Copeland fringe or mainstream within the movement?
On tonight’s programme we have been joined by R. Scott Clark to discuss the modern justification controversy and its roots in history. R. Scott Clark has been a minister in the United Reformed Churches in North America since 1998, and he is Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Westminster Seminary California. We discuss some of the roots of the controversy found in the Reformation, Richard Baxter, Norman Shepherd, the New Perspective on Paul, Federal Vision theology, Covenant theology, Covenant Nomism and other related issues.
We are joined on today’s programme by Jeff Riddle, who is the minister of Christ Reformed Baptist Church, Louisa, Virginia. What are the differences between the Textus Receptus, the Majority Text and the Critical Text of the Greek New Testament? Does the issue really matter? What do the Reformed confessions teach about this issue? How does it impact our trust in God’s Holy Word?
On today’s programme we are joined by John J. Murray, a retired Minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ who serves in the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) in the Glasgow area. He also worked as an assistant editor of the Banner of Truth Trust for 13 years and he continues to write articles on the Trust’s website. On today’s programme we look at his latest popular booklet called “The Dog That Does Not Bark: A Heart Cry for Leadership in the Church Today.” How should we deal with error in the Church? What difference can godly men make? What comfort and encouragement can be taken from examples found in Church history and the Bible itself?
Pastor Mark Fitzpatrick of Arann Reformed Baptist Church in Dublin, Ireland returns to the programme tonight to comment on the latest comments from James White on our criticism of his interfaith dialogue. We also look at Michael Brown’s attempt to whitewash the dialogue with Yasir Qadhi.
We are joined on tonight’s programme by Mark Fitzpatrick of Arann Reformed Baptist Church in Dublin, Ireland to discuss a dialogue which took place between Yasir Qadhi and James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries. Should Christians have concerns with the dialogue? What was the message White and Qadhi shared? What should be the response of Christians to such a dialogue and the proposed co-operation with Islam?
We are joined on today’s programme by Mark Fitzpatrick, Minister of Arann Reformed Baptist Church, to discuss the observance of the Christian Sabbath. With so many Christians watching the Super Bowl LI last Sunday, what does this tell us about the health of the Christian Church in America or in other nations? How are we to observe the Lord’s Day?
We are joined on today’s show by David Silversides, Minister of Loughbrickland Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland, and by Kenneth Stewart, Minister of Glasgow Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland. What is the place of the book of Psalms in the worship of God? Can hymns written by men, outside of the inspired Psalter, be used in the worship of God? What is the Regulative Principle of Worship? What is Exclusive Psalmody? Is it Biblical? What was the practice of the early church in regards to this issue? What was the view of many of the Reformers on this issue? Does Exclusive Psalmody promote or hinder the unity of the church? Can musical instruments be lawfully used in the worship of God?
We are joined on today’s show by Stephen Holland of the Protestant Truth Society. Stephen has been protesting against the ordination of female bishops in the Church of England for a number of years now. How can we protest against apostasy in a godly manner? What is the spiritual health of the Church of England today?