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Guest: Dr. Rebecca McLaughlin | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. McLaughlin about her book, The Secular Creed. Topics of conversation include: The meaning of the word “secular” The use of creeds to articulate a set of core beliefs Ways in which the church has used Scripture wrongly The current issue of transgenderism The importance of fighting…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Grudem about how to know God’s will. Topics of conversation include: The fact that God wants to be known and has revealed himself to us 9 factors to consider when seeking God’s will for our lives The role of prayer and wisdom in this process Dr. Wayne Grudem serves as distinguished…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Peter Gurry about the parables of Jesus. Topics of conversation include: What is a parable? Why did Jesus choose this method of teaching? How should we interpret parables? How should we apply the parables to our lives? What are some challenging or surprising parables? Resources for understanding the parables Dr. Peter…

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Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Jamieson on how good theology helps us to better read the Bible. Topics of conversation include: A description of this circular process: allowing theology to guide our Scriptural interpretation and using Scripture to inform our theology How rules and principles for interpretation emerge from Scripture itself A response to the recent…

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