Daily Archives: March 3, 2017


As you saunter into church this Lord’s Day, please do not view yourself as a passive participant in God’s worship just because you are a passive recipient of God’s grace. In today’s church, too often have we viewed worship services as a spectator’s pastime. A highly choreographed worship band sings […]

Worshiping God by Listening to the Sermon



DEFINITION: You might have heard the term, “One bitten, twice shy” (or “One burned, twice shy”). This phrase is regarding when something or someone has hurt you once, you tend to avoid that thing or person. it is something that you say which means when you have had an unpleasant experience you […]

Polemics Term: Once Wrong, Twice Angry



On this episode, JD discusses AHA protesting at Shepcon, and then explains the heresies of patripassianism and theopassianism. Then, JD discusses a Greek Orthodox sticking up for The Shack. Finally, JD answers questions about baptism, penal substitionary atonement, and if divorce is acceptable because of abuse. As always, you can […]

Podcast: AHA Protests ShepCon