Didache

Episode 147: Mark Driscoll Follow-Up: An Interview With Phil Johnson

In a recent episode of Didach√©, host Justin Peters delves into the controversial figures and practices within the charismatic movement, focusing on Mark Driscoll’s contentious actions at the Stronger Men’s Conference. Peters and guest Phil Johnson discuss the implications of Driscoll’s behavior, including public rebukes and affirmations that blurred lines of accountability and biblical leadership….

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Episode 146: Word-Faith Preacher Jerry Savelle Dead: Clips From His Last Sermon Preached 24 Hours Before Death

In the latest episode of Didach√©, Justin Peters critically discusses the passing of Jerry Savelle, a prominent figure in the Word-Faith movement, noting the irony and tragedy of his teachings not safeguarding him from an untimely death. Savelle, known for his close ties with other controversial prosperity gospel preachers, is a key example of the…

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Episode 145: Mark Driscoll Yanked From the Stage and Exposed as a Liar

In this episode of Didach√©, host Justin Peters delves into the controversy surrounding Mark Driscoll’s removal from the Stronger Men’s Conference. The discussion begins with an analysis of Driscoll’s contentious actions, including his provocative comments during the event, which are claimed to be a publicity stunt. Peters interviews Travis Allen, a pastor who has had…

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Episode 144: Bill Maher Says The Quiet Part Out Loud

In a recent episode of Didach√©, host Justin Peters addresses a controversial statement by Bill Maher regarding abortion, highlighting the blunt acknowledgment of abortion as murder, albeit one Maher accepts due to overpopulation concerns. Peters challenges Maher’s cavalier attitude with a thorough biblical examination of the sanctity of life, referencing Psalm 139 to affirm life’s…

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Episode 143: Was This Woman Raised From the Dead?

In the latest episode of Didach√©, host Justin Peters critically examines the claims made by David Hogan, a preacher known for his alleged miraculous acts, including raising people from the dead. Peters highlights discrepancies in Hogan’s stories, challenges the theological implications of such claims, and scrutinizes the impact on followers. He delves into the lack…

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