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Historical narratives are one of the most abused types of literature in Scripture to be interpreted. It is essential to understand the proper rules for interpreting historical narratives. This podcast ...
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The first rule of Bible interpretation is identifying the type of literature of the text. Different types of Biblical literature have different rules of interpretation. It is essential to understand ...
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Interview with Sean McDowell In this episode, Andrew has a discussion with Author and Pastor Sean McDowell. Sean McDowell is a gifted communicator with a passion for equipping the church, ...
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Do babies go to heaven?   In this weekly wrap-up, we will address the main text that many people turn to as a promise that all children go to heaven. This ...
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Is there hope for a parent who lost a child?  We should not have a false hope and try to make the Scripture say what it does not say.  However, ...
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In 2 Samuel 12:23 David uses a Jewish idiom to describe death as final.  This was not a promise that he would see his child in heaven. This podcast is ...
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When we look at 2 Samuel 12:23 the question must be asked could David have received special revelation about the death of his child.  We know that David knew his ...
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Many believe that David claimed that all children go to heaven. However, when we look at the passage that many use in 2 Samuel 12:23, we do not see that ...
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Do babies go to heaven?  This is an emotional topic that many struggles to answer.  On this week's podcast, we will look at the key passage of Scripture that many ...
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Andrew interviews J. Warner Wallace. Among the many topics, they discuss our Jim's background as a cold case detective, his books, and one of the main reasons children walk away ...
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This week covers the issue of evil. From the arguments against it to the origin for it to the Christian response to it. This podcast is a ministry of Striving ...
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What should be the Christian response to evil? Christians recognize that evil exists in the world, but instead of denying it or trying to avoid accountability, we embrace it and ...
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Atheists have no way of explaining the origin of evil.  However, we know what the origin is from the Bible.  The entrance of evil into the universe began with Satan ...
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Even though professing atheists argue there is no absolute standard of morality, they always talk as if there is.  Listen to the language that they use and you will hear ...
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If there is no God, there is no standard for morality.  People know that morality exists and act as if it is absolute but by what standard can they appeal ...
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Is this like to say that the presence of evil proves that God cannot exist.  However, they could not account for evil without God’s existence.  Chemical reactions cannot produce moral ...
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Andrew this week has guest Paul Taylor. He is the director of The Mount Saint Helens Creation Center. Paul has been speaking on creation and apologetics, and against evolution, for ...
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This is a weekly wrap up from the daily podcasts all in one. ================================================================ This podcast is a ministry of Striving for Eternity and all our resources strivingforeternity.org Get the full ...
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Should a Christian drink alcohol?  In modern Western cultures, there is very little reason for a Christian to argue for the drinking of alcohol.  They do not need it for ...
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Can a Christian drink alcohol?  There is no sin in drinking alcohol in and of itself.  The Scripture has always been clear that drunkenness is a center.  One must ask, ...
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Did Jesus drink alcohol? There are some who would like to believe that Jesus Christ never drank alcohol because they believe that all alcohol drinking is a sin. However, we ...
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Is drinking alcohol a sin?  The drinking of alcohol in and of itself is not a sin.  The Scripture is clear that drunkenness is always the same.  Some try to ...
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Did the people drink alcohol in the first century? The answer is yes they did. Alcohol served a purpose to killing dysentery in water. In fact, people would have had ...
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In this episode of the Rapp Report, Andrew talks with author and pastor Jim Osman on the topic of Spiritual Warfare (and their love for guns). Jim and Andrew discuss ...
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Can someone who is has been divorced be qualified as a pastor or deacon?  Many people look to 1 Timothy and believe that when it says that a pastor or ...
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