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    Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Johnston on the Psalms. Topics of conversation include: How the Psalms are arranged How the Psalms are like a Bible, in and of themselves How we see Jesus in the Psalms How we can apply the Psalms to our lives today What God is teaching us through imprecatory Psalms…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Newkirk on the subject of preaching. Topics of conversation include: What is preaching, and what is the relationship between teaching and preaching? What is expository preaching? Exegesis vs eisegesis and how to guard against reading our own ideas into the text of Scripture How does knowing a congregation affect a pastor’s…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Strobel on spiritual formation. Topics of conversation include: How to define spiritual formation The definitive vs. progressive nature of salvation The difference between habituation and abiding/drawing near to God The influence of Jonathan Edwards on spiritual formation, and what we can learn from him today Resources for further study on this…

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    Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Hogg on arguments for the existence of God. Topics of conversation include: Anselm and the ontological argument How the ontological argument can be effective today Aristotle/Aquinas and the cosmological argument How these medieval arguments for the existence of God can best be used in evangelism Dr. David Hogg serves…

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    Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Crider on worship. Topics of conversation include: The place of music in worship Whether or not our worship methodology matters to God Some dangers of the contemporary worship style The importance of rooting worship in truth The value of traditional hymns in modern worship The role of a worship…

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      Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Benge on the topic of angels. Topics of conversation include: What attributes do angels have? When were angels created? How did we get fallen angels, specifically Satan? What is the purpose of angels? Should we expect that people today will have interactions with angels? How should we understand…

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      Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Matthew Barrett on the question of whether or not Adam was an actual historical figure. Topics of conversation include: Some of the various evangelical views on creation Two of the Christian doctrines at stake if we deny that Adam was a historical person The false dichotomy between science…

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  Dr. Arnold interviews Brandon Smith about the early church fathers and their contributions to Christianity. Topics of conversation include: What do we mean by early church? How should we understand and respond to some common objections to reading the church fathers? What are some of the most significant doctrines established by the early church…

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  Dr. Arnold interviews Greg Gilbert on the mission of the church. Topics of conversation include: A definition of the term mission A definition of the word church How the mission of the church is to proclaim the gospel and make disciples The difference between an individual Christian’s responsibility and the organized church’s role when…

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  Dr. Arnold interviews Greg Gilbert on the subject of the gospel. Topics of conversation include: A definition of the term gospel How there can be confusion over this word as it is commonly used today The four key principles that make up the gospel. Greg Gilbert is the senior pastor of Third Avenue Baptist…

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