Yearly Archives: 2016












On today’s program, JD answers sincere questions about the Sabbath, an upcoming Christian movie, a seeming contraction in the Bible, and the means of grace. JD also talks about two issues relating to his discussion on cessationism with Matt Slick, talks about heretic, William Branham, and the Catholic Church interpreting […]

Podcast: On Prophecy



The Weekend Edition of Polemics Report, as it airs on terrestrial radio in select markets. This weekend’s episode focuses on Andy Stanley’s dismissal of the importance of the Virgin Birth and JD discusses churches canceling church for Christmas. As always, you can listen on SermonAudio.

The Weekend Edition










The weekend edition of Polemics Report, as heard on terrestrial AM and FM stations around the country in select markets. This week’s topic is the Salvation Army. Did you know it was a church? Do you support that church? As always, you can listen on SermonAudio or iTunes.

Podcast: Weekend Edition


On this episode of Polemics Report, JD answered a couple of sincere questions – some about social gospel in Reformed circles, the cessation of spiritual gifts, the difference between Presbyterian and Reformed Baptists when it comes to Covenant Theology. Then, JD talks about the “Connect316 Commercial” at SWBTS and then […]

Podcast: That Connect316 Commercial




In an age when evangelical chicanery and doctrinal downgrade pummels the church with its flourishing absurdities, many of us find shelter in those old doctrines known as Calvinism. For those of us who hold to the old truths of Paul that weaved their way through the Reformation and ironically came to be known as ‘Calvinism,’ […]

Why Being a Charismatic Calvinist Shouldn’t Be a Thing


On today’s podcast, JD answers a few sincere questions about various topics and then discusses Perry Noble’s new “business” enterprise. Then, he talks about an article at the Gospel Coalition that claims Calvinists and Charismatics need each other. As always, you can listen online at SermonAudio or iTunes.

Podcast: Why Calvinists Don’t Need Charismatics



On today’s episode of Polemics Report, JD answers sincere questions and then explains why Thanksgiving is a Calvinist holiday. Then, JD talks about the Pope giving priests the ability to forgive abortion. As always, you can listen online at SermonAudio or iTunes.

Podcast: Thanksgiving, a Calvinist Holiday



FORWARD Why are we continuing to expose Clayton Jennings? When we began this endeavor, Jennings sent me a sizable amount of money (which I returned, calling it a bribe), and then one of Jenning’s “mentors” threatened to sue me. After it became clear that we wouldn’t relent, Jennings released a video with […]

Clayton Jennings: His Victim Speaks Up



The weekend edition of Polemics Report, which airs on terrestrial radio in select markets around the country. This week’s topic includes two Southern Baptist Churches in Texas that just voted to be gay affirming. As always, you can listen on SermonAudio or iTunes.

Weekend Edition


Eternal Progression is a doctrine unique to Mormonism, which teaches that men can eternally progress to the state of godhood. Eternal Progression is taught by the LDS that the process begins as the spiritual children of God in the “preexistence” and then continues throughout life on Earth and afterward. Through […]

Heresies: Eternal Progression


Adoptionism (also called Dynamic Monarchianism), is a subset of non-Trinitarianism that holds that Jesus was a mere mortal man, and that he was “adopted” as God’s Son at some point in his earthly life, usually at his baptism. The synods of Antioch and Nicea rejected Adoptionism, and it is a […]

Adoptionism



Overview Renatism is the belief that Jesus was Born Again. The doctrine teaches that because Jesus was imputed with our sin, He was spiritually dead and had to be born again. ​This doctrine often goes alongside the belief that Jesus went to Hell. Etymology Renatism is made up of the […]

Heresies: Renatism


On today’s program, JD explains Pelagianism, and then uses a clip from Steve Gaines (who claims Paul was NOT converted on the road to Damascus) to explain Semi-Pelagianism. Then, JD reads an email from a listener mad over his criticism of Joyce Meyer, then talks about the state of Christian […]

Podcast: Pelagianism and Semi-Pelagianism


On today’s program, JD answers sincere questions about various topics, then discuss the heresies of Bill Johnson and then talks about Tony Nolan’s desire to “restore” Clayton Jennings. As always, you can listen online or download and listen from SermonAudio or iTunes.

Podcast: Bill Johnson; Tony Nolan








This is the weekend edition of Polemics Report, as aired on terrestrial radio in select markets around the country. This week’s topic – Hillsong support for Jen Hatmaker. As always, you can listen on SermonAudio or iTunes.

Podcast: Weekend Edition


The Weekend Edition of Polemics Report, as heard on terrestrial radio in select markets across the country. This episode is on Jen Hatmaker and her support for the LGBTQXYZLMNOP “community.” As always, you can listen on SermonAudio or iTunes.

Podcast: Weekend Edition








On this episode of Polemics Report, JD answers a few sincere questions, talks about the passing of NAR and Church Growth Movement founder, C. Peter Wagner. Then, JD discusses Michael Brown saying that he (JD) is “too dangerous” to debate on the topic of charismania. As always, you can listen […]

Podcast: Too Dangerous to Debate


  Over the weekend, I challenged Dr. Michael Brown to a debate. This isn’t the first time, as twice before I had reached tentative agreements to debate Brown on the tenets of Charismania. I have had numerous interactions with Brown, mostly emailing him to offer correction when he has repeatedly […]

Too Dangerous to Debate



The weekend edition of Polemics Report, as heard on terrestrial radio in select markets around the country. The topic of this edition – who should you vote for in this presidential election? As always, you can listen on SermonAudio or iTunes.  

Weekend Edition


As an evangelical pastor, I have grown increasingly concerned with the influence of charismaticism on evangelicalism. From Kenyonism to Osteenism, from Oneness Pentecostalism to the New Apostolic Reformation, charismaticism and the doctrine of continuationism are responsible for the vast majority of false teaching today that regularly molests the church of […]

It’s Time for Dr. Brown to Debate


I explained to you in April how Joel McDurmon abandoned the major tenets of theonomy, and how now he denies most of the argumentation he presented in our Theonomy Debate. Oddly enough, McDurmon still claims the title of “theonomist,” even while redefining the term. Sadly, some followers of McDurmon and […]

On Joel McDurmon’s Abandonment of Theonomy





DEFINITION Proximity Bias is the phenomenon of individuals believing that being close to a particular false teacher, false teaching or misbehavior somehow changes the acceptability of the teacher, teaching or behavior. Proximity Bias is an inconsistent jump in logic that is common among followers of particularly prominent teachers. EXAMPLES Attenders […]

Polemics Terms: Proximity Bias




DEFINITION The Charismatic Window is a metaphor for the way nefarious or sub-biblical teaching enters into a church or an individual’s mind because they are a “cautious continuationist,” being open to the possibility of the continuance of the Apostolic Sign Gifts or new revelation. One who doesn’t want to automatically discount such […]

Polemics Terms: Charismatic Window