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Can I Baptize Someone Without Being A Pastor?

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Scripture: Matthew 28:18-20
Topics: Baptism,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Could you please discuss the ordinance of baptism? More specifically, could you discuss the church giving authority for pastors or deacons to perform the baptism. Can any Christian baptize a confessing believer?

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5 Doctrines Stunting The Church’s Maturity

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Scripture: 1 Corinthians 15:1-58Isaiah 2Isaiah 65Matthew 16Matthew 28:18-20
Topics: Culture & Politics, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of the Covenants, False Doctrine,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon is joined by the hosts of the King’s Hall Podcast to discuss a list 5 doctrines in order of most dangerous to least dangerous. Over the past 20-30 years or so, God sovereignly addressed several false doctrines that were not merely unbiblical, but heretical: Prosperity Gospel, Seeker-Sensitive, Roman Catholicism, & Liberal …

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The Gospel Coalition & Westminster Seminary CA: Two Ways To Get Politics Wrong

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Scripture: Matthew 18Matthew 28:18-20
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of the Covenants, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Ecclesiology, Doctrine of Eschatology, False Doctrine,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

In this episode of Theology Applied, Dr. Joe Boot (President of the Ezra Institute) reveals the false doctrines that have caused Christians to forfeit so much ground in culture/politics. Pastor Joel Webbon and Dr. Joe Boot thoroughly explain the pitfalls of Michael Horton’s Two-Kingdom Theology and Timothy Keller’s Social Justice. Neither of these approaches to culture/politics are actually biblical. Dr. …

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What Is True Discipleship?

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Scripture: Matthew 28:18-20
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Submission to Authority, Discipleship, Evangelism,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

What is true discipleship? I recognize that we are not merely called to make converts, but disciples. However, the Great Commission, which clearly calls us to make disciples, seems to focus exclusively evangelism. So what does it mean to actually make disciples?