But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame. 1 Peter 3: 14-16
This week, Chris and Rich tackle a controversial topic: who is responsible for maintaining your salvation? Must the Christian work to keep himself secure in Christ or are we eternally secure from the day we are redeemed?
This week, Chris and Rich continue their discussion of the issue of celebrity Christendom. How can Christians avoid falling prey to celebrity idolatry? Where ought our attentions and affections lie?
This week, Chris and Rich discuss the public apostasy of Joshua Harris. American evangelicalism has a deep fascination with celebrity Christians and pastors. Unfortunately, this has led to deep hurt and disappointment when some of our favorite evangelical idols fall. How can...
This week, Rich and Chris discuss popular evangelical teacher Beth Moore. Ms. Moore has a fundamental issue that all Christians should be concerned with, the matter of to whose authority she actually submits.
On this Fourth of July Weekend, let’s look back to the time Chris and Rich discussed the Revoice Conference as well as the debate within the SBC about women in leadership. What does the Word of God say about these issues and how should we address the claims of those who promote...
Take a trip back to the time when Rich and Chris discussed God’s authority in the life of a believer, both in those who have authority over us and in our submission to His Word.
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This week, Chris and Rich the recent Southern Baptist Annual Convention where the now famous “Resolution 9 – On Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality” was adopted. What does this resolution say, what was it intended to be, and why does it matter to the Church at large?
Are you afraid of sharing the gospel with people? You are not alone. Many Christians legitimately feel afraid to give the good news to the lost. This week, Rich and Chris seek to encourage believers to give the most precious gift in the world to those they encounter.
This week, Chris and Rich examine Philippians 2:1-8 as they discuss humility in the life of a believer. Also, an apology for allowing a culinary heretic onto the show is given (sorry Allen).
Please enjoy this flashback to an episode in which Rich and Chris discussed if Christians should seek to address moral issues by trying to modify sinful behavior apart from the gospel.
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This week, Chris and Rich interview pastor and author Allen S. Nelson IV about his books, “From Death to Life: How Salvation Works” and “Before the Throne: Reflections on God’s Holiness.” This is a “must listen” conversation regarding the issues of...
This week, Chris and Rich are joined by Michelle Lesley who has been a powerful voice in encouraging women to embrace the biblical roles God has given them. In this podcast, she spends time talking to women about pursuing biblical womanhood.
This week, Rich and Chris continue their discussion of the biblical gospel as revealed in Romans chapter 5.
With the recent passing of Rachel Held Evans, Chris and Rich discuss the need for a sound biblical understanding of the Gospel.
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On this 3rd anniversary episode, Chris and Rich discuss the contrast between seeking temporal happiness and eternal joy in Christ.
With the recent verbal assaults of presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg against the faith of Vice President Pence, Chris and Rich discuss who really decides what makes up the Christian faith, God or culture.
This week, Rich and Chris discuss the issue of same-sex attraction from a Christian perspective. Is the issue of attraction merely a temptation for a professing Christian, or is it a sin of the heart that must be repented of?
Many Christians are excited about the prospect of states including Bible literacy courses in public schools. However, we must ask the question exactly what will be taught and how. These questions are essential to determining whether or not we should support such efforts.
This week, Chris and Rich discuss recent news events involving Pastor John MacArthur and President Donald Trump. How can Christians understand these matters and what obligations do they have in understanding all the facts involved?
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