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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 wetalktruth.com 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 wetalktruth.com 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 wetalktruth.com or search for the group on Facebook.

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Episodes

Cogitations e156: about withdrawal of fellowship from one's own child

1/21/2020
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This is a tragic discussion to have. However, we really need to wrap our minds around it so if the time ever comes we can act accordingly to the Scriptures. Let us know what you think. If you want to help us in what we do, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:47:56

Cogitations e155: about church attendance

1/17/2020
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This episode was a pleasure to record because it garnered so much feedback in the livestream. Do we regard church attendance they as it should be regarded? Take a listen and find out what I have to say. It may just surprise you. If you like what we do and want to help, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:55:00

Cogitations e154: about an extremely difficult moral dilemma

1/16/2020
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In this episode we look an an extremely difficult moral dilemma from the standpoint of two axioms: 1) it is always wrong to kill an innocent 2) it is always right to save a life. From these two truisms we can extrapolate a proper course of action in the most tragic of moral dilemmas. Take a listen and tell me what you think. If you like what we do and want to help, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:40:11

Cogitations e153: about a weak OSAS argument

1/15/2020
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"OSAS" stands for, once saved always saved. This podcast deals with an argument I saw on the facebook recently. There are so many who buy into these one off taken out of context single phrase from a single verse arguments. They go their whole lives never really experiencing the fullness of Scripture. Take a listen and let me know of one weak arguments you have encountered. If you like what we do, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:21:53

Cogitations e152: about the prodigal son meme

1/14/2020
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I shared a meme in the WTT group asking if anything stood out as being wrong or not substantive. Many folk commented but no one picked the obvious nor put the parable of the prodigal son in its context. I cannot find a way to share the meme here in the show notes but it read: Jesus told the story of the prodigal son to make a simple point: never mind what you've done, just come home. That is a feel good thought and it is a biblical truism that regardless of what we have done we can make it...

Duration:00:18:53

Cogitations e151: about Paul's sin

1/10/2020
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When the apostle Paul took a vow and allowed an animal sacrifice on his behalf at the temple in Jerusalem, did he sin? I say, yes. In this podcast we discuss exactly what that means to us. I hope you like it. Take a listen and let me know what you think. If you would like to support what we do, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:23:45

Cogitations e150: about conversion

1/9/2020
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This is an episode based off a post that I shared in the WTT group. The answer to all the world's problems is conversion. Everything we try to do to curtail sin is just trying to help symptoms with no cure. Take a listen and let me know what you think. If you would like to supply the work, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:28:55

Cogitations e149: listener question about legalism

1/8/2020
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This episode is from a listener questions asking about legalism. I have done allot of content about this issue but I thought I'd take about the issue of legalism again. Many times what people mean when the accuse someone of being legalistic is, really, just wanting to follow the Bible as it is written. Take a listen and let me know what you think. If you like what we do and want to support it, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:38:06

Cogitations 148: about the cup of blessing

1/7/2020
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Well, there has been some chatter about this issue of "one cup" again on the internet. I suppose as long as the world turns this will be an issue. It is not because the Bible is silent on it. We have exactly what Jesus did and the apostles did. Take a listen and let me know what you think. IF you want to help us out, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:14:22

Cogitations e147: more about self defense

1/2/2020
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This episode is an extension of yesterday's. In this episode we discuss some objections to the idea that Christians can defend themselves. Hopefully we do a good job with this topic. If you have any questions, send them to us. You may reply here or find us on Facebook at one of the several places mentioned in the podcast. If you would like to help us out, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:36:33

Cogitations e146: about self defense, again

1/1/2020
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With the recent church shooting in the news coupled with the conversation I see online I decided to do a Cogitations episode about self defense, again. I don't believe this matter can be covered enough. Take a listen and let us know what you think. If you want to help us in what we do, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:39:23

Cogitations e145: about a happy new year!

12/31/2019
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This is the last podcast for 2019. During this podcast we jus discuss some ways to live a more meaningful and fulfilled year. God bless you in all that you do in 2020. Thanks for all you have done for all of us in 2019. If you want to become a patron www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:20:12

Cogitations extra: about discerning matters of judgment

12/28/2019
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This is a Cogitations and We Talk Truth extra episode. This episode is on both channels. It seems that this time of year brings out so much harsh judgment and condemnation from otherwise loving and carting brethren. I felt like it was time to revisit this topic. Won't you take a listen and let us know what you think. Also, if you want to help us our, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:54:26

Cogitations e144: about what women can do for Jesus

12/27/2019
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I have dealt so much with folk trying to tell me what all women can not do I thought I would make this podcast about what women can do for Jesus. There is so much misconception concerning this issue. Take a listen and tell me what you think. If you want to help me out, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:32:29

Cogitations e143: about women baptizing

12/26/2019
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An issue that was uncovered from my last podcast. It seems that many are under the impression that women can not baptize. If one wants to become a Christian that one must seek out a Christian male. The Great Commission is to men and women. In this podcast I talk about some problems with this idea of men only baptizing. If you like what we do and want to be a part of it please consider becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:33:35

Cogitations e142: about good intentions and God's justice

12/24/2019
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This episode of Cogitations is about the idea that our good intentions can change the commandments of God. I made a post about an old man in hospice care bing baptized wrongly. Here is what I wrote: Every so often there is a question about baptism and a body part inadvertently coming up out of the water. The answer, no, it is not a scriptural baptism and therefore the person only got wet. So often that answer is met with indignation about God’s grace and mercy. Well, folks, here is the...

Duration:00:29:19

Cogitations e141: about how we read things

12/23/2019
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Evidently a few years ago I shared a meme that had the results of a poll. The meme sounded good and illustrated a point that needed to be made. However, I did a cursory google search and found that the poll on which the meme was based had never happened. It was a total sham. This is the occasion of today's episode of Cogitations. How do we read things? Does the Bible have anything to say about it? Well, of course it does! Take a listen and let me know what you think. If you like what we do...

Duration:00:09:30

Cogitations e140: about going heaven

12/20/2019
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This may be a revisited topic but that's ok. This is a listener request. One of the main reasons the Cogitations podcast exists is for Bible Q&A. Have you ever heard someone say, my loved on is looking down from heaven? Do we really go to heaven immediately if we die in faith? Take a listen and let me know what you think. If you want to help us keep doing what we do, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:24:53

Cogitations e139: about Jesus and Netflix

12/19/2019
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Are you angry at Netflix over their portrayal of Jesus as a gat man? Were you this angry when the show American Dad portrayed Him as a whoremonger who stole Stan's wife?There is a reason for outrage, just make sure you are not dancing to the tune of the world just because the world wants you to dance. If you like what we do and want to help us do more of it, www.partreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:24:38

Cogitations e138: about affirmative action

12/18/2019
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This episode was inspired by a video I watched on youtube from Louder with Crowder. He did a segment about affirmative action claiming that affirmative action was racist. I believe it to be so. Take a listen and let me know if I give proper evidence. What can not be argued is the affirmative action goes against three principles found in Scripture. Let me know what you think. If you want to support us, www.patreon.com/nearchurches

Duration:00:29:36