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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Putman on why doctrine divides Christians. Topics of conversation include: Why doctrine is important Reasons why doctrinal disagreements arise When doctrinal issues should divide Christians Some of the issues dividing the church right now How Christians should approach disagreements over doctrine, while still seeking unity Dr. Rhyne Putman serves as the…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Mitchell Chase on the subject of the resurrection. Topics of conversation include How Christians should view death How death and resurrection fit into the storyline of Scripture How the resurrection of Lazarus is different from the final resurrection that Christians anticipate Why the physical, bodily resurrection of Jesus is important Thoughts…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Tracy on the subject of abuse. Topics of conversation include: Why churches have become havens for abusers Defining the five categories of abuse (sexual, physical, verbal, spiritual, neglect) The effects of shame and how to heal from it How Christians can help victims of abuse Dr. Steve Tracy serves as professor…

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    Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Reju on the subject of counseling. Topics of conversation include: The difference between discipleship and counseling How the church congregation can engage in counseling one another When pastors should seek additional counseling support outside of the church How to think about secular therapy and biblical counseling Resources for equipping…

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  Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Duby on the subject of Christology. Topics of conversation include: What are God’s incommunicable attributes? God’s aseity, and why it matters for Christology The importance of Philippians 2 in understanding Christology God’s immutability as it relates to the incarnation The mystery of Jesus’s humanity and divine power Resources for further…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Mark Dever on the subject of baptism. Topics of conversation include, What is baptism? How this practice differs among different denominations Modes of baptism Issues of re-baptism Age considerations for baptism Resources for a biblical understanding of baptism Dr. Mark Dever serves as the senior pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church…

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  Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Gentry on how to understand the Prophets. Topics of conversation include: Why Christians often struggle to read the Prophets How we should approach reading this particular genre The importance of understanding God’s covenant, Israel’s idolatry, near and far prophecy, the structure of Hebraic literature, and the already/not yet aspect of…

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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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