In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon teams up with Ben Garrett of @HauntedCosmos_ to discuss the Watchers, the Nephilim, and their theories for what/who is currently living at the center of the earth.
How 10 years of putting the Psalms to music shaped Shane Heilman’s theology, especially his eschatology.
Pastor Joel Webbon and former Eastern Orthodox priest, Joshua Schooping, discuss the top three reasons why many Protestants are currently converting to Eastern Orthodoxy.
Pastor Joel Webbon and former Eastern Orthodox priest, Joshua Schooping, discuss the key differences between Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism.
Pastor Joel Webbon and former Eastern Orthodox priest, Joshua Schooping, discuss the three most dangerous heresies in Eastern Orthodoxy.
In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Voddie Baucham and Pastor Joel Webbon discuss the “Old Fault Lines” and the quickly emerging “New Fault Lines.” At one point in the conversation, Joel asks Voddie this question: “How can we gain unity with our brothers on these important issues?” Voddie’s response was simple: “Division is Good.” Voddie continued by insightfully pointing …
This episode was recorded on April 20th, 2023. In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon is joined by C.Jay Engel and Andrew Isker to discuss the perils of losing Christian Culture, the current rise of Paganism, and the very real possibility of a soon emerging “Caesar-figure” on the American political stage.
In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon welcomes back his friend, William Wolfe (or as Joel likes to call him – “Mr. Softie”). They discuss some of the underlying issues that Baptists seem to be right now having with Christian Nationalism. This episode was recorded on April 19th, 2023. Joel has addressed this issue again in recent LIVE …
In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon has a conversation with his friend, Jared Longshore, about Baptists and Presbyterians, Covenant Theology and Christendom, and the implications for Political Theology. *Disclaimer: This one is all over the place. Joel and Jared were simply arguing as friends… then Joel decided to just go ahead and hit record.
Who’s leadership has been more harmful? Driscoll’s or Chandler’s? Did Acts 29 really change when Driscoll was removed? What kind of churches do we actually need to be planted?