In this replay episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel is joined by Dr. Joe Boot from the Ezra Institute to discuss Theonomy, its adherents, and why so many oppose it, even within the Reformed Tradition.
At the time of Jesus’ birth, the nation of Israel was asking God for salvation. For them, salvation meant liberation from the rule of the Romans. In order to receive this salvation they needed a savior. The savior they asked for was a warrior dressed for battle, but the savior they received was a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes. They …
The birth of Jesus and the death of Jesus can never be truly separated. The incarnation was God setting the stage for the crucifixion. The manger exists as the prelude to the cross. And the cross exists as the path to the throne. Jesus was born so that at the proper time he could die. And Jesus died so that …
Are you aware of the rise in Eastern Orthodoxy? If so, do you have tips for engaging it in debate? Would you personally be opposed to debating someone who is Eastern Orthodox?
In this short-form video, Pastor Joel Webbon does something quite surprising. He actually uses the Scripture to make an argument against tithing. Well… kind of.
Pastor Joel Webbon masterfully explains why American families can’t afford to stop sending their wives to work and their kids to public school.
Scripture commands us to honor our father and mother. A major component of this is caring for them as they die.
In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon and Dr. James White discuss the recent apostasy of major Christian leaders in the Evangelical Church.
It makes sense that a culture that embraces abortion would eventually embrace euthanasia. The connection is a bit ironic.
Learn to listen to the providence of God. Obedience to the clear commands of Scripture, coupled with discernment in God’s providence, will yield immense clarity for what you’re actually called to do (and what you’re NOT called to do).