Yearly Archives: 2017

On today’s program, JD talks about the heresy of Muggletonianism, answers sincere questions about 3-part immersions, “spontaneous worship,” Carl Trueman at Masters Seminary, and more. Then, JD discusses the Sectarian Minimalist heretic, Bojidar Marinov. As always, you can listen on SermonAudio or iTunes.

Podcast: The Heretic, Bojidar Marinov

On today’s program, JD answers a bunch of sincere questions, Nabeel Qureshi’s cessationism straw man and then discusses a number of P&P articles and then Janet Mefferd’s article about Russ Moore. As always, you can listen on SermonAudio or iTunes.

Podcast: Yet Another Program

Earl Blackburn is a fabulously no-frills, “OG” (that’s Original Gangsta, for those who don’t dig┬ámy jive) Reformed Baptist preacher, the type and kind of which kept the lanterns burning during the dark days before the Reformed bandwagon was crowded with tourists. Today, Reformed Baptists tattoo their knuckles with 1689; Earl […]

Book Review: 50 World-Changing Events in Christian History

Southern Baptists┬ádivert approximately four million dollars from missions every year to the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. Since the inauguration of ERLC president Russell Moore, that four million dollars has given Southern Baptists the return of a strong advocacy for a Mosque to be built in New Jersey, a softening […]

Southern Baptists’ Secret Animal Rights Agenda

On today’s episode of Polemics Report, JD fields 5 or 6 sincere questions about a myriad of topics, covers WWUTT’s opinion of P&P, then discusses Paula White’s inaugural prayer for Donald Trump and Michael Horton’s piece in the WaPo. As always, you can listen on SermonAudio.

Podcast: WWUTT, Paula White and More

The weekend edition of Polemics Report, as heard on terrestrial AM and FM radio. On this week’s episode, JD talks about articles about Pulpit & Pen by Bud Alheim and Jeff Maples, and covers topics about “Almost Christians,” Paula White at Trump’s inauguration and more. As always, you can listen […]

Podcast: Weekend Edition

You should keep watching, listening and reading WWUTT material. It’s pretty good. That being said, I’ve been wanting to add two cents to the recent discussion surrounding a brief but brusque soundbite on a recent WWUTT podcast. While critiquing Nabeel Qureshi’s affinity for Word-Faith and Montanist cult, Bethel Church Redding, […]

On WWUTT and the Dressing Down of Discernment