The Pillar Faculty team up once again with the folks at The Equipping Podcast. Dan talks about the meaning behind the word "gospel" and the impact of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus on God's temple. Eric and Scott tuned out and were pretty useless.
Eric, Scott, and Dan were guests on the new Equipping Podcast, put out by Nathan and Karen at Watermark Community Church in Dallas, TX. This is the first of three conversations we had with them. Listen, enjoy, and subscribe to The Equipping Podcast.
It's Eric, Scott, and Donnell on this one! Donnell talks about the importance of understanding one's spiritual autobiography for knowing and living out one's call. Scott tees up the conversation by showing the same thing in the life of Moses.
The Pillar Bible faculty address the boogeyman of God as a "moral monster." This is the fifth and final response to Andy Stanley's "Aftermath" series, which dealt with the relationship between the Old and New Testaments.
Pillar Bible faculty tackle the Old Testament boogeyman "creation in Genesis." This is their fourth of five responses to a sermon series by Andy Stanley involving the relationship between the Old and New Testaments.
Pillar Bible faculty give their third response to a sermon series by Andy Stanley involving the relationship between the Old and New Testaments. This week's topic: The message of the Old Testament prophets and their fulfillment in Jesus and the Kingdom of God.
Pillar Old Testament faculty give their second response to a sermon series by Andy Stanley involving the relationship between the Old and New Testaments. This time, they discuss the meaning and importance of a particularly difficult law in Deuteronomy, as well as its importance for today.
Eric, Scott, and Dan address a listener question about the function and purpose of the "scapegoat" on the day of atonement (Leviticus 16). Using a Hittite ritual and an explanation of sin offerings, they shed light on this sometimes misunderstood passage.
Eric and Scott finally got Dan to agree to record the third "Revelations" episode, but Dan stabbed Scott in the back, using his New Testament wiles to get Scott to both read the Book of Revelation and talk about it.