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The Economy Doesn’t Need an Alien Invasion Either

We springboard from Nobel Laureate economist Paul Krugman’s wrong idea about babysitting the economy to an even stranger idea: the threat of an alien invasion would be good for a depressed economy. Krugman thinks its better for people to stop saving money to pay off their debts and squeeze even more money toward building bunkers…

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John MacArthur, Jemar Tisby, and Elders

Every once in a while you just have to go on a rant. In this episode of Matter of Theology we discuss a variety of topics. We take a look at the faithfulness of John MacArthur and Grace Community Church. We look at those who have abandoned him. We analyze biblical eldership. We also discuss…

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The Economy Doesn’t Need a Babysitter

Dr. Paul Krugman, world renowned winner of the Nobel Laureate in economics, often appeals to babysitting when trying to explain things in his post-Keynesian way. He seems obsessed with the story of the Capitol Hill Babysitting cooperative because he thinks it proves that printing more money is the cure for recessions. When we look at…

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Rewind: Rules for Interpreting Instructional Literature

Rapp Report Daily episode 65 The easiest type of literature for interpreting Scripture is instructional literature.  This is where we will get most of our doctrine from.  This form of literature is found in most of the letters in the New Testament.

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Rewind: Rules for Interpreting Prophetic Literature

Rapp Report Daily episode 64 Prophetic literature is one of the most difficult types of literature in Scripture to interpret.  Therefore must be handled carefully.  Most of the prophetic literature is dealing with history that has really been fulfilled.  In the unfulfilled prophecies, one must remember that they are often thumbnail sketches and not as…

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