Great Sermon! Teaching on dispensations and a real challenge regarding erroneous teaching that the word church and the word Israel are inter changeable. Interesting but I think Paul's description of the olive tree having accepted a wild graft is possibly more easy for a dumb person like me to understand.
A bit academic Quite technical discussion- not sure that I am any better off for listening to this. I do enjoy dr Rhodes enthusiasm for his subject though and something that I didn't know an awful lot about.
Great Sermon! One of the most thought provoking teachings I have heard for a long time. I think it raised more questions than it cleared but made me realise some very basic questions about interpreting the bible I had not truly reconciled. Totally recommend this teaching.
Excellent Teaching! I just listened to this teaching for the second time and I thoroughly enjoyed this sound Biblical teaching, for a second time no less! It is a fascinating and well thought out teaching. Keep up them coming Dr. Rhodes, I love listening to your sermons/teachings.
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Thank you Kenny.
I followed the various links you provided in your post concerning the conference that you refer to and found many useful things. One of the interesting things I found is that the conference features "A Panel of Bible Scholars".
I wouldn't mind attending that webinar conference myself later today although I can't guarantee I will make it because of certain things that should be taken care of today. In any case thank you for the information.
Great Sermon! I recently discovered Dr. Rhodes via my smartphone app. Now just came to this web site. He his an absolute gold mine of apologetics. I've had other heros for many years like RC S., Ravi Z., and Norm G. I'll be spending many weeks digging here!
We need more! After I listened to these, I had to find out if there were more than these three recordings from Dr. McGrew. I went to his website, to the Western Michigan Univ. site, and other places. I guess recordings just aren't available. How happy I would have been to take one of his classes.
Reasonable account of mental illness Refreshing to hear a Christian recognizing that mental illness is either genetic or brought on by some very traumatic episode of one's life, rather than to digress to demonology. Yes, thank God that we have been able to develop medicines to treat many of these illnesses. If I can be permitted to say one thing I found slightly wrong with this sermon, it is that schizophrenia is very often confused with dual personalities, which it is not. Nevertheless, as I wrote, this was refreshing to hear a reasonable discussion of mental illness rather than to hear someone prescribing the casting out of demons, which I find very disturbing. Mental illness is just what its name implies, an illness. This one in the brain.