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Liberating You from Bad Ideas about God … Bible and theology teaching from Jeremy Myers and RedeemingGod.com

Liberating You from Bad Ideas about God … Bible and theology teaching from Jeremy Myers and RedeemingGod.com

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Liberating You from Bad Ideas about God … Bible and theology teaching from Jeremy Myers and RedeemingGod.com

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English


Episodes

Harlots in the Kingdom of God (Matthew 21:31)

2/18/2021
Along with an explanation of Matthew 21:31 and why tax collectors and prostitutes are closer to the kingdom of God than religious leaders, this podcast study also looks at the election fraud cases that will be considered by the Supreme Court, and answers a question from a reader about whether or not faith is mental assent.

Duration:00:47:00

The Rich Young Ruler and You (Matthew 19:16-24)

2/11/2021
Money! Money! Money! It's the money episode! In this podcast study, I talk about cryptocurrency, a reader email about tithing, and the story of the Rich Young Ruler in Matthew 19:16-24. We see that Jesus was NOT telling the young man that he had to give up all his money in order to go to heaven. The story is about something else entirely.

Duration:00:46:52

What did Peter do with the Keys of the Kingdom (Matthew 16:19)?

2/4/2021
In this Redeeming God Podcast episode, we discuss the Second Impeachment of President Trump, a question from a reader about the warning passage of Hebrews 6:1-8, and then look at Matthew 16:19 and what Peter did with the keys of the kingdom that he received from Jesus.

Duration:00:40:46

The Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30) Does NOT Endorse Capitalism

1/28/2021
This podcast considers the GameStop event, a reader question about pornography and masturbation, and the Parable of the Talents in Matthew 25:14-30 to show why this parable does NOT endorse capitalism.

Duration:00:46:26

The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares (Matthew 13:24-30)

1/21/2021
In this podcast episode, we look at what to expect from a Biden/Harris administration, how to know you have not committed the unforgivable sin, and a parable from Jesus that speaks to both issues (The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares in Matthew 13:24-30).

Duration:00:57:48

The Parable of the Four Soils Explained (Matthew 13:1-23)

1/15/2021
Items discussed in this podcast about Matthew 13:1-23 and the Parable of the Four Soils: -The Impeachment of President Trump 2.0, and his unlawful ban from social media -A letter from a reader about Calvinism -The Parable of the Four Soils in Matthew 13:1-23

Duration:00:39:50

God is Not Just

1/8/2021
This Redeeming God podcast episode contains My thoughts on the election protest, How to know you have eternal life and why God is not just.

Duration:00:43:37

Is the Gospel Defined in 1 Corinthians 15:1-4?

7/30/2020
1 Corinthians 15 does not contain the entire gospel. Nor is it a comprehensive list of what a person must believe to receive eternal life. To the contrary, how to receive eternal life is not even in view. Eternal life is assumed, and some elements of the gospel are proclaimed to help those who already have eternal life live in light of it.

Duration:00:24:15

What is the Gospel in Romans?

7/23/2020
The gospel in Romans is the same gospel we have seen elsewhere in the New Testament. It is a message for both unbelievers and believers. Unbelievers should place faith in Jesus for justification and eternal life; believers should live a life of faith so that the power of God can deliver them from the power of sin in their lives.

Duration:00:19:04

What is the Gospel in the Four Gospels?

7/9/2020
So what is the gospel in the Gospels? The gospel in the Gospels primarily focuses on discipleship truths about how to follow Jesus so that His rule and reign expands in our lives and upon the earth.

Duration:00:23:42

Does Jesus FULLY reveal God to us? Or just one side of God? (Colossians 1:15; Colossians 2:9)

6/25/2020
Colossians 1:15 and Colossians 2:9 invite us to understand God (and ourselves) by looking at Jesus. Jesus is the core and central revelation of God. If you want to know what God is like, just look at Jesus.

Duration:00:17:32

What does Jesus Reveal to Us about God? (John 5:19)

6/19/2020
The truth presented in John 5:19 is that Jesus perfectly reveals God to us. Jesus says that He only does what He sees the Father doing. In all of the earthly ministry of Jesus, Jesus did nothing that God was not already doing, and which God would not do. Jesus imitates God and only acts in the manner that God would act.

Duration:00:20:12

The theme of glory in the Lord’s Prayer of John 17

5/14/2020
In John 17, Jesus prays for Himself, for His disciples, and for all who would believe in Him. One constant theme throughout His prayer is glory. What is this glory, why is Jesus praying for glory, and how do we receive this glory?

Duration:00:20:59

Will you go to hell if you don’t have good fruit? (John 15:1-8)

5/7/2020
In John 15:1-8, Jesus talks about the importance of the branches abiding in the vine in order to produce fruit. If branches do not produce good fruit, they will be burned. Is Jesus saying that if Christians do not have good works they will be sent to hell? No! Not at all. Listen to the study to see what Jesus IS teaching and why this is important for properly understanding the gospel.

Duration:00:19:20

Will all True Christians produce good fruit? (Matthew 13:22-24)

4/30/2020
In Matthew 13:22-24, Jesus talk about he fourth soil in the Parable of the Four Soils, and says that only this fourth soil produces good fruit. Does this parable show us how to tell true Christians from false Christians, or how to know who truly has eternal life? No! Not at all. Listen to the study to see what Jesus IS teaching and why this is important for properly understanding the gospel.

Duration:00:14:54

Good Fruit, Bad Fruit, and the Unforgivable Sin (Matthew 12:33-37)

4/23/2020
In Matthew 12:33-37, in the context of warning the religious leaders about the sin of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, Jesus talks about good fruit and bad fruit. Is Jesus telling people to look at the lives of other teachers to see if they have good works? No! Not at all. Listen to the study to see what Jesus IS teaching and why this is important for properly understanding the gospel.

Duration:00:18:32

Can we use good works to determine if a person is a Christian? (Matthew 7:15-19)

4/16/2020
In Matthew 7:15-19, Jesus tells His disciples how to tell good teachers from bad teachers. He tells them to look at the fruit. Is Jesus telling people to look at the lives of other teachers to see if they have good works? No! Not at all. Listen to the study to see what Jesus IS teaching and why this is important for properly understanding the gospel.

Duration:00:16:33

What is the good fruit of Matthew 3:8-10? Is it good works?

3/26/2020
In Matthew 3:8-10, John the Baptist invites his audience to bear fruit worthy of repentance. Is he talking about good works? No, the context indicates that the good fruit does not refer to good works, but to good words that are in alignment with Scripture. This is important for properly understanding the gospel.

Duration:00:20:02

Naked Grace

3/12/2020
I interviewed Lucas Kitchen today about his book Naked Grace. In this book, he tells the story of how he discovered the truth about grace, and why it is so important for you and I to learn these truths as well. If you have questions about eternal life, the message of the gospel, what it means to follow Jesus as a disciple, or how grace helps us defeat sin in our lives, listen to this interview.

Duration:00:55:30

What does the Book of Acts teach about Forgiveness?

2/27/2020
Lots of people are very confused about the topic of Forgiveness in the Bible. This study looks at what the book of Acts teaches about forgiveness, and in this way, we see a glimpse of what the Bible teaches about forgiveness. This study is an excerpt from from my Gospel Dictionary online course.

Duration:00:21:27