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Supplying the Front Lines in the Battle for Truth
Supplying the Front Lines in the Battle for Truth

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Dana Burkinshaw is an M.Div. graduate of Central Seminary in Plymouth Minnesota and occasionally teaches adult Sunday School at Gospel of Grace Fellowship in the Twin Cities. He recently taught a lesson on Canonicity, and joins Echo Zoe Radio this month to share with listeners the history and qualifications of the Canon of Scripture.

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For the August podcast episode, pastor Eric Douma discusses Legalism.

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It is essential to properly apply scripture to understand the Mosaic Covenant of the Old Testament and the New Covenant of Grace revealed in the New Testament. In this episode of Echo Zoe, Ryan Habbena brings his extensive study of the scriptures to contrast the similarities and distinctions between these two important covenants.

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Bob DeWaay returns this episode to discuss The Benedict Option. The Benedict Option is a best-selling book by Conservative (Political) author Rod Dreher. It seeks to reshape the Christian outlook on Politics and Culture in America, and around the world. Bob has much disagreement with the book, and recently wrote an article on the problems he sees with it. Our discussion is based on his article.

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Andrew Rappaport is the founder and president of Striving for Eternity Ministries, which focuses on Evangelism, Outreach, and education. He is also the author of What Do They Believe, a systematic theology of western religions.

Andrew joins me today to discuss Hermeneutics, which is the study of how we understand our Bibles. He has a course on his website and youtube page on Hermeneutics, and we will be discussing the basics today.

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George Alvarado is an Air Force mechanic and student of theology. He blogs at Truth in Grace and is one of the podcasters at G220 Radio. In this episode, we discuss the Atonement. Penal Substitutionary Atonement is the primary view of the Atonement that we hold to as Reformed believers, but other views complement it, and some contradict it. We discuss various Biblical and unbiblical views.

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I really enjoy podcasting, but it's a special treat to go on someone else's show. I joined Len Pettis of +The Biblethumpingwingnut Network on their latest show, which posted today. We talked about Logic, Podcasting, and Prayer.

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My guest this month is Michelle Lesley, returning for her second episode of Echo Zoe Radio to discuss the New Apostolic Reformation. NAR is a large movement with dangerous, unbiblical teachings, and really tough to cover in a 60-90 minute episode with much depth, yet we try our best to at least cover the basics. If you have kids, it’s especially important to be aware of the New Apostolic Reformation, and familiar with the means by which they lure in our kids, particularly when they hit High School and college age.

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Roger Patterson is a former High School Chemistry and Biology teacher from Wyoming, and now a curriculum writer, editor, and member of the editorial review board for Answers in Genesis. He and Bodie Hodge put together a three-volume resource entitled “World Religions and Cults.” He joins me this month to discuss the books and some of the religions covered within them.

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Eight years ago, we began a series on Essential doctrines of the Faith. In the first episode, recorded back in January of 2009, we discussed seven doctrines that are foundational to Christianity. Every January since, with one exception, we have dug more deeply into each of those seven doctrines. For this episode, Bob DeWaay returns to conclude the series with a discussion on the Doctrine of Resurrection.
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