On tonight’s programme we look at the various views which exist today about Bible versions and the text, or canon, of scripture. How does these views differ from the views of the Reformers? How reliable are Codex Vaticanus and Codex Sinaiticus? What doctrines are affected by modern forms of textual criticism? How do modern forms of textual criticism vary from the textual criticism used by the Reformers? We also look at parts of the classic John Ankerberg show from the mid-1990s where these view were discussed.
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 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 review Michael Brown’s latest book which claims to be ‘a wake-up call to the Pentecostal-Charismatic Church’. Is it? How orthodox was ‘the Brownville Revival’? Who is Randy Clark, who endorsed and wrote the foreword for the book? Who was Smith Wigglesworth? Brown speaks highly of him as a great example to follow from Pentecostal church history. What is to blame for the error within the movement? Charismatic theology itself, or a poor understanding of the gifts the movement claims are still in operation?
On tonight’s programme we look at some comments Michael Brown recently made on how it’s debatable, within the body of Christ, if belief in the Trinity is really a necessary doctrine to be believed to be a Christian. We also examined a story Sid Roth tells of a man who healed a baby by kicking it. Michael Brown has been friends with Sid Roth since 1984. Will Brown denounce this?