This week, Rich and Chris ask how modern American Evangelicals would respond if Christ spoke to them as He did in the days of Scripture.

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Chris' ESV Unboxing

ESV 6 Volume Goatskin Leather Set

This week, Chris and Rich discuss "Red-Letter Christianity" which places a higher emphasis on the words of Christ in the gospels over the rest of the New Testament. This practice is not only unbiblical but actually attacks the inspiration and authority of Scripture.

This week, Rich and Chris share an article of a long-time program friend and program supporter and discuss how we might equip ourselves to be imitators of Christ.  

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Article: We Imitate Those We Love Most

Article: As I Imitate Christ

Travel back with us three years ago as Chris and Rich take on popular Christian phrases that may, or may not, be biblical in nature.  Should we be using these phrases? If not, what is the biblical alternative?

This week Chris and Rich ask the question, "Did Benny Hinn really repent of the prosperity gospel?"

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Benny Hinn Confession video

Benny Hinn Full Facebook Live Video

Benny Hinn Saying He Pulled "Sow a Seed" Video

Todd Friel - Did Benny Hinn Really Repent?

Gabe Hughes Article - No, Benny Hinn Has Not Repented

This week, Chris and Rich discuss one Millenial teen's call for the Church to become a safe space for alternate forms of worship.

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USA Today Article

It's Rewind Time! Join us this week as Chris and Rich discuss what it means to believe in Christ. Is it a simple mental assent and agreement, or does the Bible reveal there is something more to it than that?


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True Belief - John MacArthur (sermon)

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?

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A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Under the Nib Podcast

Skillet Singer John Cooper article

Article - Can a Believer Lose Their Salvation?

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?

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Interesting News Item of the Week

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 Christians avoid the cult of celebrity and its associated pitfalls?  Also, they make a plea for prayer for the victims of the El Paso shooting and request Christians to avoid political entanglements in the days to come.

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Fox News Artice - El Paso Shooting

Joshua Harris Instagram Post

Allen Nelson's Tweet

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