Keys to Avoiding Deception; and the Exalted Jesus in the Writings of Paul

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Dr. Brown discusses biblical principles for avoiding deception and then speaks with apologist Tony Costa, author ofWorship and the Risen Jesus in the Pauline Letters.  Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: If you want to avoid deception, first recognize that deception is possible; then humble yourself, live holy, and be a student of the word of God.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: You have nothing to fear with questions, with skepticism, with facts. We are on the side of God, the side of truth.

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3 Comments
  1. If you are among a group of people who’s answer is always, “Well, this person has been a Dr. of Theology…etc.”… (or this or that or any other thing) rather than discussing the facts about anything, then that should be a sign that they are following a man rather than seeking the truth above all other men, or opinions.

    Also, I believe we should be aware of those who would put anyone in any category, or under any name of anything, because they do this or that or do not do this or that, or are of this or that, if it’s something that might be a bit questionable, somewhat gray, or if it’s something that not all Christians worldwide are necessarily of, or clearly subscribe to, or always strictly adhere to or embrace fully.

  2. Odd religious groups often have things one must do, or be a part of, something that is absolutely required, as if by law, and it always seems to be something not all Christians worldwide welcome, require, or support fully, that is, things whereby one will not find consensus among the whole.

  3. I’ve been thinking about how many people define a cult by whether or not they are Trinitarian or not, and have been wondering how many Christians have been killed by other Christians in history, for either being for or against the Trinity doctrine.

    I’ve heard that in the past as many as 50 million people have been killed by Christians in the past, many of them being Christians themselves.

    I’m wondering if it was more common for Trinitarians to kill non Trinitarians (for the sake of Trinity doctrine) if it was more common for that to happen the other way around.

    I thought of Michael Servetus who was not a Trinitarian, but he was into a collection of other things as well.

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