A short, collegiate essay on satanology and angelology.
“There are far too many embarrassing details about the supposed heroes of the faith to be invented.” --Frank Turek
In parts 1 and 2 I gave my reasons for accepting the traditional view of what “Sons of God” means in Genesis 6:2 and 4. In part 1 I put forth the deconstructive side of the argument by showing...
Nate explains how to ask leading questions to make a point (in 3 steps), and the team provides several apologetics arguments for why the Bible is trustworthy.
J.P. Moreland and Tim Muehloff discuss the benefits of using illustrations as a means to communicate the biblical message to non-believers.
The Historical-Cultural Context
On this episode, Nate gives a sermon on how Jesus words in Luke 6:40 provide a clear picture of discipleship today.
By The Lutheran Satire
New Testament - Revelation