Category Archives: Theology/Didactic

No Excuse!

Many people claim that God does not exist. Is their claim true? Has God failed to provide Himself a physical witness in the earth, or is there plenty of evidence for His existence? This podcast will explore this critical topic. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 11:22 — 14.0MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | … Continue reading No Excuse!

Is Man getting better or worse?

What does the Bible have to say about the morality of mankind? As time marches on forward is man evolving or devolving in the choices he makes? Is man getting closer to God, or is he drifting further away from Him? Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 12:17 — 14.8MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android … Continue reading Is Man getting better or worse?

Are there times when God will not forgive our sins?

Believe it or not, there are times that God will withhold forgiveness from us as children of God. Shocking? Perhaps. But in order to understand why God sometimes will do that, you need to listen to this my latest podcast to gain some valuable insight. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 24:01 — 27.5MB) … Continue reading Are there times when God will not forgive our sins?


There are many views on prayer. What is effective prayer? Is it getting what we want from God or is it for us to acknowledge God as the all-sufficient one and to give him glory? Should we demand that God bend his will to ours or our will to his? What is the point of prayer … Continue reading Prayer

Is there ever a right time to hate anyone?

King David in Psalm 139:21 stated he hated those that hated God. Very strong language. Was David wrong in what he said in light of the fact that Jesus commanded us to love our enemies in Matthew 5:44? This seems like an obvious contradiction. How can we explain the tension between these two verses?  Listen … Continue reading Is there ever a right time to hate anyone?

Not peace but a sword

Jesus uttered these controversial words in Matthew 10:34. What did he mean he came not to bring peace? Isaiah refers to Jesus as the Wonderful Counselor and the Prince of Peace. This appears as another contradiction in the Bible, doesn’t it? As always the Bible never contradicts itself. Context is the key. Podcast: Play in … Continue reading Not peace but a sword

The Resurrection

How important is the resurrection? How central is this event to the Christian Faith? Can one be saved without believing in it? Can we prove Jesus actually rose from the dead? Recorded August 16th, 2017   Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 15:12 — 17.2MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email | Google Play … Continue reading The Resurrection

The Will(s) of God

Are there different components of God’s will? Does everything happen according to God’s will all the time? Can mankind thwart God’s plan due to his willful disobedience? How does God’s will harmonize with man’s? Tune in to find out. Recorded August 3rd, 2017 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 10:17 — 12.7MB) | … Continue reading The Will(s) of God

For whom did Christ die?

A most controversial question. One that will spark debate until the coming of our Lord. Did Jesus die for the sins of the world – meaning he died for all the sins of every person that will ever live, or did he die for just the elect? This is the sticking point between Calvinists and … Continue reading For whom did Christ die?

Is God a fatalist?

What do I mean when I ask this question? Is God subject to circumstance, chance, or fate? Do things happen for no reason at all? Some would believe that due to all the bad things that happen in our world that God does not exist or he is not powerful or caring enough to stop … Continue reading Is God a fatalist?