On this week’s episode of the Theologist Podcast, Dave examines three of the biggest misconceptions about Hell:
1 – Satan lives in Hell
2 – God sends people to Hell
3 – Hell is to be taken lightly
Find out how Dante’s Inferno has misled generations of Evangelicals into believing Hell is a mishmash of Greek/Roman mythology and Roman Catholic medieval imagination. We’ll also discuss such issues as pre-destination. It’s a packed show, so put on your sunblock as we dive into the infernal imagery of Hell.
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Let’s make one thing abundantly clear: evangelism is about spreading the “good news” of Jesus. Our witness, both in terms of our behaviour and speech should then reflect this good news.
In late twentieth-century, much of our evangelism was pretty straight forward: tell people about Jesus by warning them about Hell. Continue reading →
Burn baby burn! On this week’s episode of the Theologist Podcast, David will be covering the topic of Hell. Is Hell a fiery landscape filled with demons and medieval torture devices? Or does it look like a weekend at your in-laws? This topic is so big it needs two episodes! Continue reading →
Too hip for maga-churches? Not a fan of the Nicene Creed? Burn baby burn! This week David answers your questions on whether house churches are more Biblical, and whether your opinions on God are heretical. Make sure you invest in a pair floatation devices because you’ll need them.
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The end of the world has fixated humans for thousands of years. Everyone has an imaginative picture of how human history will close. Take The Walking Dead for instance, a television show, which on the surface is a show about zombies, but it is really a show about human mortality, morality, and the end of civilization. In the vein of most post-apocalyptic visions, it asks powerful existential question: what happens when culture erodes and civilization is destroyed? If you’ve watch the show, or other media like it, you’ll discover a fairly grim answer. Continue reading →