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Guest: Dr. Cornelius “Neal” Plantinga | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Plantinga about sin. Topics of conversation include: How to define sin Why sin is not directly addressed in churches today How our sin offends and grieves God Understanding the difference between degrees of sin Resources for further reading on the topic of sin. Dr. Neal…

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Guest: Dr. Jonathan Leeman | Dr. Arnold interviews Dr. Leeman about Christian engagement in politics. Topics of conversation include: Defining the terms politics and the church How your worldview affects your view of morality and justice Steps for thinking through how to engage politically as a Christian Distinguishing between “straight-line” and “jagged-line” issues Resources for…

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My wife and I love to open our home to friends and neighbors. We know that our world can be isolating and lonely, so we want our hospitality to open the door for community and conversation. One of the results of our hospitality (and certainly being a pastor) is that friends will ask us for…

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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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