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Best Joshua Gibbs podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Joshua Gibbs podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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On this podcast I am simply striving to bring dialogue via social media into an interactive format for the purpose of reaching the lost and challenging my own worldview. No topic is off subject. Let me (Josh) know if you would like to come on. TalkingChristianityApologetics@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joshua-gibbs3/support
 
On every episode of Proverbial, teacher and author Joshua Gibbs (How to Be Unlucky: Reflections on the Pursuit of Virtue and Something They Will Not Forget: A Handbook for Classical Teachers) explores a single proverb, some old bit of wisdom, and tries to discern what it means for modern men. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
 
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Jonathan Sheffield on Text and Canon and why wont anyone debate him on his TR position? We are taking calls for Jonathan, at the end if anyone wants to call in At 816-866-0025! Check out Jonathan's YouTube channel here- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqjsB-lvDBWXDB-DYVLt-Zg write me if you have any questions! talkingchristianityapologetics@gmail.…
 
This week's proverb comes from Alfred Lord Tennyson, the famous English poet, who once opined that "Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what this proverb has to say for modern men and women. And if you like this episode be sure to rate and review wherever you get podcasts. For inf…
 
Talking CULTS- with John Treat! Multistreaming with https://restream.io/?ref=gM2Pl Talking about cults today with John Treat at 2pm cst. We are taking calls as well if anyone wants to call in 816-866-0025! Call in with questions at 816-866-0025 or Send me your questions or a request to come on the podcast, as always at TalkingChristianityApologetic…
 
This week's proverb comes from the Roman scholar Cicero who said, "I would rather be wrong with Plato than right with such men as these." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what this proverb has to offer modern men and women. If you like this episode, be sure to rate and review wherever you get podcasts. For information regarding your data privac…
 
This week's proverb comes from that famous American essayist, Ralph WaldoEmerson: "I pay the school master but 'tis the school boys who educate my son." Join Joshua Gibbs for a contemplation of this proverb and what it has to offer modern men and women. And remember to rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts. For information regarding your …
 
This week's (highly disputed) proverb is unattributed but well known. It say, "time heals all wounds." Join Josh Gibbs as he contemplates the implications of the proverb for modern man. If you like this episode, be sure to rate and review it wherever you get podcasts. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy…
 
In this episode of the Deathnography Podcast, I talk to two leftist scholars about Marxism, subtle anti-communism in the academy, and art history. Taylor Genovese explains the neoliberal co-option of radical politics in the corporate university. McKenna Gray tells us about their time in a conservative art college, and the colonial roots of museums.…
 
Russ LaFleur has me on his show to discuss soteriology. In this episode I recorded our conversation discussing differences between free grace theology, Calvinism, Arminianism, Lordship Salvation, works and molinism, --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
This week's proverb comes from, well, almost everyone. It's the saying, "life goes on." Join Joshua Gibbs as he contemplates what in the world this proverb means (and whether it's even a proverb at all) and what it has to say to modern man. If you like this show, remember to rate and review it wherever you listen to podcasts. For information regard…
 
In this episode James lays out a foundation for textual criticism and the various methodologies used to make up our modern greek texts, byzantine text, Textus Receptus, and Equitable Eclecticism. He then goes into detail on a couple major textual variants and interacts with some of the live viewers comments and questions. we will pick up where we l…
 
This is definitely one of my favorite episodes so far! In this episode Jonathan and I spend a lot of time discussing the start of the church, the differences of the catholic definition of the church and protestant definitions, who the church is, and how it relates to Israel. We discuss the gospel, the gospel message of the apostles and the gospel m…
 
Jeffriddle.netIn this episode we dialogue with Dr. Jeff Riddle regarding the Confessional or Canonical (also Called the Traditional or Ecclesiastical Text) movement. Jeff is Pastor of Christ Reformed Baptist Church in Louisa, Virginia. He is also Adjunct professor piedmont virginia community college, a Podcaster, Blogger at Jeffriddle.net, Author, …
 
This is the final episode in this series of episodes concerning the extent of the atonement. In this episode Dr. Smith breaks down the doctrine of the resurrection concerning the atonement and its relation to the just and the unjust. He also goes into detail on the nature of the body of the just in comparison to the body of the unjust in resurrecti…
 
In this episode Dr. Scott Smith takes us through the scriptural support for his pananastatic POV on the extent of the atonement. This is an excellent episode for those of you who are interested in geeking out on the intricate part of the conversation! Send us your feedback and questions or comments! Thanks again for listening! TTYS. --- This episod…
 
In this episode we continue the conversation in the theology of Pananastasism and its historical consistency. We also engage with our audience questions and comments. this is a great episode to follow up on part 1! Thanks again Scott! Im looking forward to getting into the scriptural side of the convo in part 3! Great questions and comments from ou…
 
Do we need to rethink the Extent of the Atonement? Scott says we do and he has provided a robust answer for why he believes this. He has coined the term, "pananastasism" and is challenging you on your view of the atonement. Join us for the introduction to the topic and as always, leave feedback and share this with your friends! --- This episode is …
 
In this episode, Timothy Morton creator of the Bible Analyzer program, author, and blogger, debate the Gap Theory! This is a great episode. we had a lot of fun on this one! Enjoy and be sure to leave your feedback! Feel free to leave a voicemail for us with any questions you may have on the subject! Check out the description links below in order to…
 
Discussing the Kalam Cosmological Argument with author, blogger, podcaster and debater Evan Minton. Check out his site at https://cerebralfaith.net for more information. In this episode we introduce Evan and his ministry efforts as well as some of the main objections to the KCA. At the end of the episode we briefly discuss the surging view of molin…
 
Randy Krakowski is a self-identifying Agnostic Atheist. He says this is one who neither claims to know a God exists and believes there is no God because there is no tangible evidence of one. In this episode we use a formal style debate pattern to decide if the Kalam Cosmological Argument is sound and if it leads you to the God of Christianity. Does…
 
In this episode Sean Adams and myself debate the eternal security of the believer. We discuss passages such as Hebrews 6:1-10, 1 Corinthians 3:10-16, and Romans 8:1 regarding the flesh, spirit, damnation, and carnality of a Christian, and the condemnation of a believer regarding salvation in contrast to rewards. Enjoy and please leave a like or sha…
 
Here we will examine 6 common textual variants within the greek texts of the Bible. We will debate which English versions got it right in regard to the text they used in translating from Greek to English. Nathan is in the Air Forc and has a viewpoint from the critical textual side while Josh takes a stance from the Traditional perspective. The vari…
 
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