In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon asks Pastor Tom Ascol to explain what he sees as the biggest threats currently facing the Southern Baptist Convention, as well as the ensuing battle for biblical faithfulness.
How Does God Build People Up?
It is true that God uses suffering to build up his people. However, if we come to believe that suffering is God’s only tool for sanctification, we will have a poor view of our Heavenly Father.
Are You Using Your Influence?
We all have people in our lives who are influenced by what we say and how we live. How can we ensure that we are using our influence well?
The Christian Faith
The true Christian Faith is a historical faith. It all begins with actual events which God performed in human history. What we believe about these historical events is Christian Doctrine. And how we live in light of what we believe is Christian Character.
Is Children’s Church Biblical?
Is it biblically faithful for Christian parents to send their children to a separate ministry on the Lord’s Day? Or should children participate in Lord’s Day worship alongside their parents?
How Does God Speak?
When God speaks it is always without error and with full authority. However, not everything in Scripture is equally clear. So how should we communicate the less clear passages of the Bible?
You Set A Table For Me In The Presence of My Enemies
Everything God does is first and foremost for his own glory. However, if we remain true to God’s Word, we can be assured that when God vindicates himself we will be vindicated also.
Alcohol, Marijuana, & The Law Of God
In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon and Pastor Doug Wilson discuss the differences between marijuana and alcohol from a Christian worldview.
The Message and The Man
The preacher who is ministering the Word of God has two primary weapons when defending himself against those who oppose him. Number one, the message from Scripture and number two, his godly character.
Trusting Jesus Is The Fuel For Imitating Jesus
Christians must be committed to both Gospel and Law. The Law asks, “WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?).” The Gospel asks, “WDJD (What Did Jesus Do?).” Both of these questions are vital for the Christian.