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These podcasts are from livestreams that I broadcast about topics of discussion in the "We Talk Truth" group. For more information see or search for the group on Facebook.

These podcasts are from livestreams that I broadcast about topics of discussion in the "We Talk Truth" group. For more information see or search for the group on Facebook.
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These podcasts are from livestreams that I broadcast about topics of discussion in the "We Talk Truth" group. For more information see or search for the group on Facebook.






Cogitations e123: about personally withdrawing fellowship

This episode is directly answering a listener question. The questions is, a man leaves the church but no one officially withdraws from him, shout one withdraw from him individually? Tune in for the answer and then let me know what you think. If you like what we do, consider becoming a patron at Also, follow me on Instagram @the_keto_christisn_podcaster


Cogitations e121: about a priest with no integrity

In the book of Judges we read of an unnamed priest who had no right to be a priest. I think about that priest often. He stands as an admonition and an example of how we are not supposed to be. Take a listen as I think out loud about this priest and what lessons you and I can learn form his account in the Bible.


Cogitations e121: about the first amendment and itching ears

This episode of Cogitations is really just me speaking again about our first amendment right and facebook and then I talk about a commenter on one of the pages who was teaching that Jesus was homosexual. Folks, it is time for Christians to stand up and be heard and refuse to be silenced. If you would like to support us in what we do, go here:


Cogitations e120: about being perfectly joined together

Paul gives some instruction to the church in Corinth. It seems, on the surface, as impossible to keep. How in the world can we be perfectly joined together. What does that look like? How important is being perfectly joined together? Hopefully you will be satisfied with the answers to these questions. Give a listen and let me know what you think. If you like what we do, Also, follow me on instagram


Cogitations e119: about an unbeliever understanding the Bible

There is a pernicious doctrine that is taught from time to time which asserts that no one can read the Bible and come to a knowledge of the truth and obey that truth unless one is guided by a Christian. Friends, this doctrine changes the nature of how God interacts with the world trough the Word. This adds another mediator between God and man. In this episode we scrutinize this doctrine and we show a Bible example of where "natural" men obeyed the gospel because of their reading the...


Cogitations e118: about absolution of sin

Awhile back a listener asked me to do a Cogitations episode about John 20:19-23. I have heard some claim that the apostles received the Holy Spirit that day and not on the day of Pentecost. I have also heard this passage used to teach the denominational doctrine of absolution. Hopefully this short podcast will put to rest both of these issues. Let me know what you think. If you'd like to help us out you may become a patron at


Cogitations e117: about a misused phrase

Have you ever herd someone say, where two are gathered in my name, in reference to worship? In this episode of Cogitations we discuss the misuse of this verse in the book of Matthew. I hope you find this content of value. Let us know in the comments. Thanks. If you like what we do and want to support us you may do so at


Cogitations e116: about the dangers of social media

This is just a short warning and reminder that Satan can work through many venues. One of which is social media. Specifically, Satan can work through instagram in order to lure otherwise faithful men away from God using lewd images and women with honeyed tongues. If you like what we do and want to help us keep doing it:


Cogitations e115: about modern day evangelism

After a week long campaign, evangelism is on my mind. Today I just talk a bit about evangelism, methods of evangelism, and some concerns I have. Hopefully something here will spark your desire to do more. We, including me, all ned to do more.


Cogitations e114: about modesty and shamefacedness

This episode is just my musings about how Christians react to Bible teaching about what to wear and how to act. Let me know what you think. If you like what we do,


Cogitations e113: about knowing

This episode is about knowledge. The reason for today's episode is that some of the students from the Memphis School of Preaching are here and they have been preaching sermons during the day along the lines of, you can know. It just got me to thinking about knowledge and how important it is for us to know and to understand that the source of God's Word. If you want to be a part of what we do please become a patron at


Cogitations e112: about 1st century Christianity in a 21st century world

How do we practice first century Christianity in a twenty first century world? Christianity is timeless. The Bible is timeless. However, there are some issues that we deal with today that were not present in the first century. Does this mean that we are to divorce Christianity from current events and politics completely? Take a listen and let me know what you think. If you like what we do,


Cogitations e111: about wearing hats in the church house

This podcast was from a member questions in the We Talk Truth group. Hopefully we dealt with it fairly and honestly as the Bible states. Let me know what you think. If you would like to be a part of what we do,


Cogitations e110: about Christians and LGBTQ+

LGBTQ+ is such a hot topic right now. This deviant sexual lifestyle is being normalized so much so that when preached from the pulpits or written about in articles or discussed in posts on social media brethren will push back with "whatbaoutism." We talk about the issues of the LGBTQ+ community then others say, what about lying, or, what about heterosexuals and the sins they commit? If you will allow me to approbate the language of my brother, James, my brethren, these things ought not so to...


Cogitations e109: about christians and politics

For some reason this topic gets batted back and forth. Should a Christian be concerned so much with this physical world that he involves himself with politics? For many, the answer is, no. This is beyond my comprehension. Hopefully from the reasons I list in this episode you will see that being involved in politics is, not only, allowed, but encouraged by God through the Word as well. If you would like to help us keep putting content out then become a patron at


Cogitations e108: about my absence

Thanks so much for the prayers and well wishes. They mean so much to me. This week I will be releasing content this week sporadically as I will be traveling to the Mighty Man Retreat in South Georgia. This episode is simply an update about that and a plea with a call to action. Hope you enjoy, thanks.


Cogitations e107: about mechanical instruments in praise to God

This is a very controversial topic. It does not matter on which side of the issue you find yourself you will be in league with folk who clearly have a love for God's Word and folk who just like to bicker and argue. Regardless of the issue we need to trust that everyone who discuss the Bible is doing so in order to come to a better understanding of God's Word. This podcast attempts to answer 10 commonly given objections to the doctrine that using mechanical instruments of music in worship to...


Cogitations e106: about the simplicity of the gospel

So often we want to complicate things. Usually is something is too simple we think it is too good to be true. I wonder if this is why there is so much confusion in modern christendom?


Cogitations e105: about enemies of the cross

There was an exchange between myself and someone who wanted to be a teacher. In speaking about folk who do not follow the Bible I said, they may be enemies of the cross but they are not our enemies. This is straight from Scripture. This fellow had a problem with the statement. Before it was all over he had affirmed that the church of Christ is a denomination and that the church of the first century is non existent on earth today. Listen to the podcast and let me know what you think. I...


Cogitations e104: rerun episode about the gift of the Holy Spirit

Sorry folk, local work got the best of me today and I am having to air a rerun. This episode was specifically requested and I got allot of good feedback from it. Let me know what you think. Do you shy away from discussion about the Holy Spirit? Is it just too confusing or difficult? Have you been told that the topic is too taboo or mystic to even understand? In this episode we discuss the gift of the Holy Spirit and what that means or meant to humanity in the first century. Let me know if I...