On tonight’s programme we look at a discussion which took place between Dr. Duke Pesta and Stefan Molyneux (who is the host of Freedomain Radio) on the subject of the Ten Commandments. What role does philosophy play in our understanding of truth? What is the role of the Ten Commandments and why are they so important today?
Andy Stanley, the senior pastor of North Point Community Church, believes you should not look to the Old Testament for the moral law. Andy Stanley also rejects the Decalogue for today. What does the Bible say on these and other related issues? Is Andy Stanley a heretic when he says ‘thou shalt not obey the Ten Commandments’? What makes the Ten Commandments different to the rest of the Old Testament’s laws?
Why is there so much disunity in the modern Reformed movement? Is Charismatic Theology consistent with Reformed Theology? How is Dispensationalism different to Reformed Theology? Are all Calvinists Reformed? The term is thrown around a lot today, but what does ‘Reformed’ really mean and represent?
Can Christmas be lawfully observed? Can Christmas be considered purely a secular holiday? Can someone honour the Lord’s Day and celebrate Christmas this year, as December 25th falls on the Lord’s day? What does the modern church’s love of Christmas, and neglect of the Sabbath, tell us about how we view God’s law in our day? How should we treat subjects like Santa Claus with our children?
On today’s show Paul critiques a sermon by John MacArthur on the Sabbath Day. Is the Sabbath Day for today? What is the moral law? How is it different to the ceremonial law of the Old Testament? How important is this issue to the Church?
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