Didache podcast

Episode 136: Destroying the “Flat Earth” With 1 Photo I Took From My iPhone – You Can Too

In an informative and engaging episode of the Didache podcast, Justin Peters debunks the Flat Earth Theory using simple observations and scientific principles. He begins by addressing the surprisingly large following this theory has among Christians, expressing concern for the ridicule it brings upon Christianity and the misinterpretation of biblical texts. Peters showcases photographs taken…

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Episode 135: Inigo Montoya – 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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Episode 134: 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! ➡️ Find all of Justin’s essential links here: https://linktr.ee/justinpetersmin

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Episode 133: 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 clearly depart from orthodox Christian doctrines such…

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