JD Hall


About JD Hall

JD Hall, pastor, dad, husband, writer, etc...


A bar owner was a practicing homosexual and anti-Christian in his sentiments. A number of prostitutes got saved and decided the best way to save him was to make him a cake and “anoint it.” “It was an anointed cake. The power of God hit him while he was eating […]

Anointed Cake Saves Man From Gayness





On this episode of Polemics Report, JD gives indisputable proof from leaked bylaws that AHA™ is a legally-constituted organization. Then, he answers several sincere questions about church stuff, talks about Homeschool, and explains from a message, “What is a Christian?” As always, you can listen on SermonAudio, iTunes or listen […]

Podcast: AHA™ & What is a Christian?


It is not uncommon for a polemics website or publication to post an article that is characterized as a “Hit Piece” by those who don’t like the article. Clarifying what is and is not a “Hit Piece” is important. WHAT IS A “HIT PIECE”? A Hit Piece, according to Urban […]

Polemics Term: Hit Piece




WHAT IS CULTURAL MARXISM The term Cultural Marxism, which is also known as multiculturalism (although the latter term has various meanings and implications), is a philosophy that is perhaps as old as 1919. According to William S. Lind, Cultural Marxism came into thought when the classical Marxist scheme did not […]

Polemics Term: Cultural Marxism



On today’s program, JD discusses numerous topics, including the Russell Moore and Frank Page “unity meeting,” some sincere questions about the LCMS and whether one should attend a baptism at a Vineyard Church. JD also discusses peculiar translation changes made in the Christian Standard Bible, and then plays a clip […]

Podcast: Downgrade in the Christian Standard Bible



This Friday, revelers from across the western world will gather with their Irish friends, clad in green, to celebrate the “Patron Saint” of Ireland. Wherever the Irish diaspora can be found, you’ll be able to smell the wafting odor of corned beef, Guinness beer and hear the sound of raucous […]

Reclaiming Patrick for Protestants





This is a special episode of Polemics Report, audio from Ian Murray at Shepherd’s Conference 2001 discussing his book, Evangelicalism Divided. If you want to better understand the Modern Day Downgrade, listen to this message. This wouldn’t be a special episode if JD didn’t think it would be very helpful […]

Special Episode: Iain Murray on Modern Evangelicalism


On today’s program, JD explains why Russ Moore won’t get fired and what’s really going on there. He then reads a sincere email and defends a statement he made about whether or not we should consider those outside the local church to be Christians. Then, JD plays a new imprecatory […]

Podcast: A New Imprecatory Rant from AHA


When a church affiliated with the United Pentecostal Church rented a storefront in my small hometown in Montana, I spent several days researching and writing an in depth polemic against the sub-christian sect and shared it on my Facebook page. Nothing but a pdf of several dozen pages, the work […]

Book Review: Against Oneness Pentecostalism







On today’s program, JD gives a post-mortem on The Shack and urges churches to do polemics before it’s too late. Then, he does a Crazy Prophet Update featuring Jim Bakker’s new Revelation Today television program, and talks about the extinction of Down Syndrome. As always, you can listen at SermonAudio, […]

Podcast: Jim Bakker’s Prison Prophecy


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Today is International Women’s Day. Ironically, tomorrow is National Barbie Day (the two seem unrelated and their proximity unfortunate). Yesterday was National Cereal Day. Everything’s got a day, I guess. Women across the country are protesting. What they’re protesting exactly seems unclear, but they’re protesting. And they want stuff. In Iceland, the […]

An Ode to Real Women on “A Day Without Women”


Today, Jack Graham will speak at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and a group of students plan a Baptist-style soft protest to demonstrate how entitled they think they are to his church’s money. Graham is pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church, a Dallas-area megachurch that recently voted to escrow funds ordinarily designated to […]

NOBTS and the Bernie Sanders Generation



In this episode of Polemics Report, JD discusses an advice column from a pastoral leadership website that encourages pastors to “steal” other peoples’ sermons. He then plays a clip from Nabeel Qureshi, who says he saw Jesus in a vision and was told to give his baby a sponge bath. […]

Podcast: The Baby Sponge Bath Prophecy





The following was an article by Conrad Mbewe, on his blog, A Letter from Kabwata.    The tragedy on today’s ecclesiastical landscape is the number of heretics who are thriving inside evangelicalism. They are having a field day and hardly anyone is raising a voice against them. Behind closed doors […]

Conrad Mbewe On The Field of Polemics



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



On today’s program, JD answers questions about Greek Orthodoxy, how teenagers should respond to adults with crazy theology, and more. He also talks about Gungor, the CCM star’s attacks on penal substitionary atonement, and explains why Christians shouldn’t observe Lent. Then, he goes on to review a section of Leighton […]

Podcast: Leighton Flowers and Lent










It happens regularly, in every church and among every congregation. Sooner or later, you or someone you love is going to be mad at your pastor. Even the best-intentioned pastors, the longest serving, the most faithful men and the most loving shepherds will reach the point that somebody, somewhere is […]

How To Be Mad at Your Pastor


On today’s program, JD discusses SBTS bringing in a Greek Orthodox believer to lecture their seminary students, and talks about why integrity and impartiality is important in polemics, using the attacks of Kofi Adu-Boahen as an example of the type of tantrums people only throw when THEIR side of doctrinal […]

Podcast: Integrity and Impartiality in Polemics



From Acts of the [Only] Apostles Sermon Series and Acts chapter 9, this sermon focuses on two accounts of miraculous healing, and Biblical miracles vs counterfeit miracles are compared. You can listen at SermonAudio, iTunes or listen below.  

Sermon: True vs Counterfeit Miracles







You’re not black, so you wouldn’t understand. DEFINITION Ethnic Gnosticism, a term credited to Voddie Baucham, refers to the assertion that someone not of a particular ethnicity can’t understand the problems or challenges of that particular ethnicity. Dr. James White has also used this term to describe one who says that […]

Polemics Term: Ethnic Gnosticism



DEFINITION “Tone Police” is a polemics term used to describe those who interject themselves into conversations or arguments to complain about “tone,” or who easily reject objective facts because they don’t like the subjective tone of those who gave them. USAGE Type 1: Two people are having an argument on Facebook, […]

Polemics Term: Tone Police


Many times in our contemporary culture, people are unable to distinguish between a “lie” and something they just don’t agree with. IMPROPER USE Often in polemics ministry, reporting factual statements or conveying opinions that people do not like will solicit the charge of “telling lies” or “lying.” Sadly, many act independently […]

Polemics Term: Lie, Lying




On today’s program, JD discusses an article at P&P by their new contributor, Benny Hinn’s nephew, then talks about Jules Lapierre, Tim Dukeman, KSP and “context mining.” He also answers sincere questions about satan and homosexual marriage, then discusses several more topics. As always, you can listen at SermonAudio, iTunes […]

Podcast: Jules Lapierre and Context Mining