Didache

The Inigo Montoya Series – “Gamaliel’s Advice”

In this episode of the Didache podcast, Justin Peters critically examines the commonly cited advice of Gamaliel from Acts chapter 5 regarding how to discern true from false teachings. Peters challenges the notion that time alone will reveal a teacher’s divine backing, using the advice as a cautionary tale against passivity in the face of…

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Why Are Charismatics So Weird? Move Over, Michael Jackson!

In a brief yet intriguing episode of the Didache podcast, Justin Peters introduces a segment from his series “Why Are Charismatic So Weird?” with a humorous touch. Move over, Michael Jackson! ➡️ Click here to find all of Justin’s essential links.

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Didaché – John MacArthur, Christianity Today, and MLK: Was Martin Luther King Jr. a Christian?

In this episode, Justin Peters engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Virgil Walker and Darryl Harrison about the complex legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., particularly focusing on whether he can be considered a true Christian given his theological views. The trio delves into King’s early writings, which depart from orthodox Christian doctrines such as…

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Didaché – Cessationism Interview With Dr. Tom Pennington

In the latest episode of the Didache podcast, Justin Peters interviews Dr. Tom Pennington, pastor of Countryside Bible Church, about his book A Biblical Case for Cessationism: Why the Miraculous Gifts of the Spirit Have Ended. The discussion delves into cessationism, the belief that miraculous gifts have ceased with the Apostolic Age, versus continuationism, which…

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Didaché – This May Be Steven Furtick’s Most Bizarre Teaching Yet (And That Is Saying Something)

Steven Furtick, pastor of Election Church, is known for his creative biblical interpretation. He recently made one of his most bizarre interpretations yet. In today’s program, we will discuss this and how it affects his qualifications as a preacher. ➡️ Click here to find all of Justin’s essential links.

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