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#43 - Before the Reformation, Part II, with Bob Olsen

10/4/2017
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We are familiar with what happened during the Reformation, but what led to the significant event? Dr Bob Olsen joins us again to talk about important events and figures that led up to Luther's nailing of the 95 Theses.

Duration: 00:33:35


#42 Before the Reformation, Part I, with Rob Olsen

9/18/2017
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We are familiar with what happened during the Reformation, but what led to the significant event? Dr Rob Olsen joins us again to talk about important events and figures that led up to Luther's nailing of the 95 Thesis.

Duration: 00:31:43


#41 - Reformation 500, Part II, with Timothy George

7/18/2017
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500 years ago, Martin Luther, a young monk in Germany, sparked the Protestant Reformation by emphasizing the crucial gospel elements of God's grace and faith in Christ alone for salvation. Dr. Timothy George joins the crew to being our new series, Reformation 500, in which we will journey through the people, stories, theology, and impact that the Reformation had on Christianity.

Duration: 00:24:47


#33 - Apollinaris and Apollinarianism, Part II

1/30/2017
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Was Jesus Christ merely a body controlled by the Son of God? In this second of a two-part episode, the crew discusses Apollinaris and Apollinarianism.

Duration: 00:25:09


#32 - Apollinaris and Apollinarianism, Part I

1/16/2017
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Was Jesus Christ merely a body controlled by the Son of God? In this first of a two-part episode, the crew discusses Apollinaris and Apollinarianism.

Duration: 00:24:46


#31 - Eutyches and Monophysitism, with Dr. Rob Olsen

12/19/2016
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Dr. Robert Olsen rejoins the crew to discuss a controversy over Christ's two natures (human and divine) with Eutyches and monophysitism.

Duration: 00:34:28


#30 - Nestorius and Nestorianism, with Dr. Rob Olsen

12/4/2016
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Dr. Robert Olsen joins the crew to discuss a controversy over Christ's two natures (human and divine) in Nestorianism.

Duration: 00:43:44


#27 - Pelagius and Pelagianism, Part I

10/24/2016
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In this first of a two-part episode, the crew discusses Pelagius and Pelagianism, the heresy that denies original sin and total depravity.

Duration: 00:31:39


#26 - Should You Believe in the Trinity?

10/3/2016
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The crew discusses a popular Jehovah's Witness tract, "Should You Believe in the Trinity?"

Duration: 00:31:14


#25 - Arius and Subordinationism, Part II

9/19/2016
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In this second of a two-part episode, the cast discusses Arius and subordinationism. Was the Son of God created by God the Father in eternity past? Listen in to find out.

Duration: 00:23:16


#24 - Arius and Subordinationism, Part I

9/6/2016
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In this first of a two-part episode, the cast discusses Arius and subordinationism. Was the Son of God created by God the Father in eternity past? Listen in to find out.

Duration: 00:28:29


#23 - Sabellius and Modalism, Part II

8/22/2016
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In this second of a two-part episode, the cast continues their discussion on Sabellius and modalism. Is God merely masquerading as three separate persons? Find out by tuning in.

Duration: 00:26:35


#22 - Sabellius and Modalism, Part I

8/8/2016
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In this first of a two-part episode, the cast discusses Sabellius and modalism. Is God merely masquerading as three separate persons? Find out by tuning in.

Duration: 00:26:34


#21 - Ebion and Adoptionism, With Dr. Jim Papandrea

7/25/2016
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Was Jesus merely a man who became divinely adopted as the Son of God after being obedient to the law? Join us as we discuss Ebion and Adoptionism with Dr. Jim Papandrea.

Duration: 00:40:48


#19 - What Is Heresy Part II, With Dr. David Wilhite

6/27/2016
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What is heresy? Rejoin the crew in the second of this two-part episode as we kick off our new series, 'The Gospel According to the Heretics,' with Dr. David Wilhite.

Duration: 00:30:03