We live in a world that is driven by pride, self-esteem, personal achievement, and self-focus. Besty and Michelle discuss how pride plays out in the culture and ourselves. Then they take a look at what we can learn from Jesus humility in the Gospel, which turns wretched sinners into saints.
Join WOTT as they investigate what it means to have qualities spoken of in the 2 Peter chapter 1. This first episode is a primer to understand where virtues come from, their purpose, and how the world understands virtuous characteristics.
We hope you are in for a casual and fun time, because Betsy and Michelle are worn down from the toilet paper fiasco of COVID19. Have a seat at the table, laugh and learn with us about Christ’s Excellencies!
In this special revisit episode, Betsy and Michelle reveal a change of heart! What happened?!
The girls open with discussion about the latest feminist video floating around and have a helpful Q&A on head covering.
If you enjoyed this video, make sure to listen to our part one “Headc Covering: Principle or Custom?”
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THE FINAL part (5 of 5) of our Hell series is here! Betsy and Michelle discuss the three major components of eternal conscious torment: punishment, destruction, and banishment. How does the picture of these three components illustrate God’s character, sin, and the atonement? And finally, what can believers hope for after this life? We pray that this has been a helpful excursion (it has for us) into this essential doctrine.
If you haven’t listened to our previous episodes covering various positions on the existence of Hell, make sure you listen to those! Our intro episode is a great place to start and this episode wraps it all up, nicely.
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Do we *really* go to an afterlife when we die? Would a good God *really* inflict an infinite punishment on finite crimes? What about all those times the terms “destroy” and “perish” are used? What’s the harm in believing that God annihilates those who don’t believe, anyway?
This week, Betsy and Michelle begin Part 3 of the Doctrine of Hell Series on Annihilationism. This one was new for us! We hope that if you are new to these arguments, you will learn something too!
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What is universalism? Does everyone actually go to Heaven? Is God unloving for sending one of his own creation to a place of torment? Does adhering to universalism as a position on Hell, affect the other essential doctrines of the faith? What about the Gospel?
Join Michelle and a special guest – her husband, Paul – as they look at universalism, its implications, and discuss the “faith deconstruction” of one of their favorite YouTubers.
If you enjoyed listening. Stay tuned for our next installment of our Hell series, where we take a look at annihilationism. Betsy and Michelle will be reunited after a brief break due to illness.
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