Is Satan just a copout for what humans should take responsibility for? Find out inside!
In this 100th episode Greg gives us a peek at Crucifixion of the Warrior God.
Greg talks about all those verses where God says he hates people. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Greg talks openly about the relationship problems he and his wife faced and offers insights on working through such difficulties.
Greg tells us how he met his wife. This one could get mushy.
Greg discusses what the apocrypha is and why it is in some bibles and not in others.
Greg discusses human responsibility and doing what we can do (and not worrying so much about what we are not able to do).
Greg discusses the nature of sovereignty.
Greg discusses social media.
Greg discusses the relationship between his personal bible reading and his pastoral bible reading.
Greg shares about how he formed his small group (which has persisted for a couple decades) and overs advice to those looking to start their own. If you haven't yet, sign up at TribeNet.org.
Greg looks at the nature of revelation and considers sola scriptura in light of the cross.
Greg looks at the revelation of how God judges as demonstrated on the cross.
Greg discusses bible interpretation, and all that that implies.
Greg dives deep into the flood, to make sense of it through the lens of Christ on the cross.
Greg considers the cause of our afflictions.
Greg considers a hypothetical situation where scientists prove that Jesus did not rise from the dead. He also confesses which worldview he would adopt if he were to leave Christianity.
Greg considers animals, killed in the warzone, and discusses God's place for them. Specifically, will my dog be in heaven with me?
Greg shares a vision he had involving Jacob Wetterling, and offers the hope we have in Christ. For more information see the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center
Greg considers the relationship between human redemption and the redemption of creation.
Greg considers the relationship between the prophecies about the crucifixion and whether that implies the fall was predestined. Also, Greg does a Barry White impression.
Greg looks closer at the prophecy in Genesis 15 his people would be enslaved for 400 years. Was this predestined?
Greg considers the Augustinian view of original sin in contrast with the Anabaptist view, then offers some of his own specific nuances.
Greg submerges himself in the topic of Jesus' baptism.