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Gospel Essentials: The Atonement

In #All, Apologetics, Atonement, Bible, Christianity, Jesus Christ, Law & Gospel, New Testament, Old Testament, Orthodoxy, Podcast, Salvation, The Historical Person, Theology by Justin Hornbaker

In the podcast this week is Justin Hornbaker’s presentation of the historical orthodox case for the atonement revealed in the Bible. The message is titled Gospel Essentials: The Atonement and was delivered on November 6th at the Evangelical Free Bible Church in Wall, SD. As we approach the celebration of Jesus Christ’s birthday, Christmas, this message is very important in …

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Jesus Specifically Said, “I am God”

In #All, Apologetics, Bible, Christianity, Evangelism, Jesus Christ, Law & Gospel, New Testament, Old Testament, Skeptic, The Historical Person, Theology by Brian Johnson

J Warner Wallace tackles a very important topic concerning the Deity of Christ. The original article can be found here.   As a skeptic, I was willing to accept a “nice guy” version of Jesus. You know, the wise sage from the past who was misunderstood and mythicized into something divine by leaders of a movement who were either mistaken …

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God’s Not Dead 2 Review

In Apologetics, Christianity, Myth, Podcast, The Historical Person by sdapologetics

In this podcast Brian Johnson and Justin Hornbaker give a brief review of the movie God’s Not Dead 2. They highlight the apologetic content previewed in the movie, talk about the objection of stereotypes often brought up by critics, and discuss what worked for the movie without giving away any spoilers. Send us any questions or objections you have, whether it …

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Easter Podcast: Why Did Jesus Have To Die?

In Apologetics, Christianity, Jesus Christ, Law & Gospel, Podcast, The Historical Person by sdapologetics

As we look upon the cross and Christ’s crucifixion the question we ask in this podcast is “Why did Jesus have to die”? God, with all of his power, could have simply chose to save us in many different ways but he chose to send his Son. Why? What was the purpose? Was It really necessary to save us from our sins? Our …