Rob has the day off, so Caleb interviews Dr. Craig Keener and Dr. Médine Keener on their new co-authored book, “Impossible Love” due out in April 2016.
Was the discovery of Codex Sinaiticus by Tischendorf as great as everyone thinks? Or is this codex a forgery, as Constantine Simonides claimed?
The guys discuss a lecture series by Dr. Daniel Boyarin, presented at the 2016 Shaffer Lectures in Theology at Yale Divinity School. In this three-part lecture series titled, “Enoch or Jesus? The Quest of the Historical Metatron,” Boyarin looks at the formation of the “Lesser YHVH” within Jewish literature throughout history. The guys look at […]
Caleb is back from the Philippines and the guys discuss his trip and some of the beliefs and perspectives the Messianics in the Asian Pacific have. Also, a look at the replica of the arch at Bell’s temple being places in Time Square is discussed.
Several stories from the past week in the Christian world are looked at, one of which brings up the question, “Should pastors be giving spontaneous prophetic words during service?” Then a look at a video featuring an orthodox rabbi that discusses Yeshua and his “second” coming. Then a look at John 6. What does Yeshua […]
The history of the five points of Calvinism is discussed, and the first of the “TULIP” theologies, i.e. Total Depravity, is discussed.
A short show in which a new chat room is tested, as righteous anger is the topic of discussion.
The guys are traveling back from the ETS and SBL so the two lectures presented in the Masorah section by Tim Hegg and Rob Vanhoff and the 2016 SBL are featured.
Rob takes the week off so Tim Hegg (Caleb’s Father) sits in. Listener questions are discussed and answered. Included, a short look at Trinitarian doctrine in the Tanach, training for leaders, who or what is the Babylon talked about in Revelation 12? And is it wrong to call someone “Father” (Matt23).
The guys discuss the name Yeshua and some of the newer pronunciations that are starting to be used. They then turn to a discussion on the doctrine of the Trinity.