Head Covering: Principle or Custom?

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2xqgg-cfcd72 In 1 Corinthians 11, we see Paul give instructions for praying and prophesying in the gathering of the church. These instructions include what’s on, or off, our heads. Many faithful teachers have disagreed on the continued use of head coverings. Is it a principle that transcends time and culture? Or is it a custom…

Bibliolatry: is it lurking beneath your Bible study? And how you do you even say it?

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-py9pv-ceae0e “Bibliolatry” aka Bible worship. Is there a way we can turn Bible study into a sinful habit? Can we elevate scripture to a point where we are worshiping the Bible? What about the possibility of knowing the Bible, but not knowing Jesus? Betsy and Michelle discuss two common origins of this thought: Christian liberalism…

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  1. I enjoyed your podcast particularly on the Gospel-centered friendships. I believe that the word “Hesed” is one of the most incredible and depth-defying in the Hebrew language! Covenantal-love is so amazing!

    One comment about people potentially being afraid to share the gospel because it might cut off the relationship or they might fear rejection…If this is the case, then we are facing idolatry. Either idolatry of self (not wanting to feel something instead of being obedient to Christ’s commands) or idolatry of that person (fearing or loving them more than God). To me, it’s really that simple.

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