by Paul Flynn | Sep 25, 2017 | Radio Shows
Recently Crux, a Roman Catholic website, interviewed both Rick Warren and Roman Catholic Bishop Kevin Vann of Orange County, California. What did the interview reveal? Should we be concerned over Rick Warren? Do respected pastors see him as a faithful preacher of the Word of God? We also take a brief look at the ‘Reforming Catholic Confession’ which was signed by over 250 professing Protestant leaders. What does the document, and the men involved, tell us about how the Reformation is viewed some 500 years later?
by Paul Flynn | Aug 7, 2017 | Radio Shows
Recently the WCRC, a worldwide coalition of so-called ‘Reformed churches’, signed an agreement with Roman Catholicism over the doctrine of justification. The agreement describes a ‘common understanding’ over the doctrine. What are the tactics often used by ecumenists, knowingly or unknowingly, to lower the defences of their critics? Has Rome changed? Has she compromised what the council of Trent and the Catholic Cathechism teaches? What does the agreement teach? What is the doctrine of justification as stated in the Bible? How important is it?
by Paul Flynn | Jul 10, 2017 | Radio Shows
We conclude our critique of Chris Arnzen and Phil Johnson’s defence of the interfaith dialogue which occurred between Yasir Qadhi and James White. Is it ever ok to let a Muslim preach the gospel according to Islam? Do the ends justify the means?
by Paul Flynn | Jul 8, 2017 | Radio Shows
Linda Sarsour, who is a friend of Yasir Qadhi, called for Jihad against Donald Trump at the weekend. What could she mean by this call? Will Yasir Qadhi defend Sarsour with her irresponsible speech? We also start a critique of a defence of James White’s actions with Yasir Qadhi given by Phil Johnson and Chris Arnzen of Iron Sharpens Iron Radio.
by Paul Flynn | Jul 1, 2017 | Interviews, Radio Shows
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.