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Gospelbound, hosted by Collin Hansen for The Gospel Coalition, is a podcast for those searching for firm faith in an anxious age. Each week, Collin talks with insightful guests about books, ideas, and how to navigate life by the gospel of Jesus Christ in a post-Christian culture.
 
Each week, we’re joined by Council members of The Gospel Coalition Council and friends who provide biblical perspective on your most pressing questions. Whatever your doubts or questions may be, this is a space where we hope to share biblical insight into life’s questions together.
 
As In Heaven, hosted by Jim Davis and Michael Aitcheson, is a new podcast in The Gospel Coalition podcast network. Each episode seeks to glean insights from a wide variety of people doing strategic work in their cities and communities. Jesus taught us to pray “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” Our prayer is that our spheres of influence would be places that look more like God’s kingdom—where love reigns, humanity flourishes, and Christ is glorified.
 
Are you looking to grow deeper into the gospel of Jesus Christ or interested in knowing how to apply the gospel to every area of your life? Then join Dr. Jonathan G. Smith each week as he shares his sermons from Redeemer Anglican Church of Orlando Fl. His goal is to help you live a Gospel-centered life through the liberating power of faith in Jesus Christ.
 
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Jim Davis and Justin Holcomb welcome Trillia Newbell to talk about some of the unique relational dynamics facing black women. Newbell covers being racially profiled as well as many false stereotypes and the exhaustion that black women face as they navigate others’ expectations and perceptions. Newbell shares that the painful or awkward moments in t…
 
Second Peter 1:5–9 provides us with a remarkable sequence of steps. Peter knows his readers are believers. Now he exhorts them to add some things to their faith. (1) Add goodness to faith (2 Pet. 1:5): Probably the kind of faith Peter does not want to see is the kind of faith that James 2 dismisses: faith that is merely intellectual, merely affirmi…
 
First Peter 5:1–4 provides as compelling a glimpse of Christian ministry as any passage in the New Testament. The apostle Peter addresses elders, whom he also calls “overseers” and “shepherds,” i.e., pastors (see meditation for November 2). Indeed, he addresses them as fellow elders, rather than speaking to them as an apostle to elders. This does n…
 
Disclaimer: This episode has been marked as explicit due to sensitive language related to racial slurs. Please listen with discretion. Jim Davis and Mike Aitcheson welcome Jason Cook to share some of the unique relational dynamics of navigating white evangelical spaces as a black pastor. Between super awkward questions, cringeworthy moments, and ju…
 
In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible, Nancy sits down with Dale Ralph Davis at First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina, where, in his “retirement” he serves as minister in residence or, as senior pastor Derek Thomas calls him, “the preacher of the night.” Davis is a long-time pastor and former professor of Old Testament at Refor…
 
The transition between the account of David’s numbering of the people (1 Chron. 21) and the account of David’s formidable preparations for the construction of the temple that his son Solomon would build (1 Chron. 22) is one verse, the first verse of chapter 22, with no parallel in 2 Samuel: “Then David said, ‘The house of the LORD God is to be here…
 
Subscribe to The Big Brown Gadfly with Bobby Lopez on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-big-brown-gadfly-with-bobby-lopez/id1517514668 Rachel Alexander, former elections attorney for Maricopa County in Arizona, come on The Big Brown Gadfly with Bobby Lopez to discuss the election fight, including a discussion about what's re…
 
In this episode of TGC Q&A, Jackie Hill Perry and Jen Pollock address the question, “How do I proclaim Christ as the only way in a pluralistic age?” They discuss: “You do you” (:29) An invitation to save your life (1:45) When “you do you” rubs others the wrong way (2:48) Participating in the activities of Jesus (4:07) A greater joy (4:48) The exhau…
 
Second Samuel 24, which roughly parallels 1 Chronicles 21, says that the anger of the LORD burned against Israel, so he incited David to number the people, which act was strictly forbidden—and then that act brought down the wrath of God on the nation (1 Chron. 24:1). The passage before us says that “Satan rose up against Israel and incited David to…
 
Subscribe to The Big Brown Gadfly with Bobby Lopez on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-big-brown-gadfly-with-bobby-lopez/id1517514668 John Zmirak is a writer for The Stream and joins Bobby Lopez on this episode of The Big Brown Gadfly to discuss the 2020 Election, Voter Fraud and why Dominion Voting Systems is what the Trum…
 
It is one thing to wait for the Lord’s coming; it is another to wait well. One may honestly and self-consciously wait for the Lord’s coming, not only acknowledging that the Second Advent is a necessary part of our creed but even after a fashion looking forward to the Parousia, and hoping it will occur in our lifetime—only to find, on reflection, th…
 
Jim Davis and Justin Holcomb welcome Sheila Wise Rowe, author and executive director of the Rehoboth House, to discuss racial trauma and the many ways it can present itself cognitively, emotionally, behaviorally, and physically. Rowe describes how Christians should engage others who have experienced racial trauma, in an effort to close the trauma g…
 
First Chronicles 17 fairly closely parallels 2 Samuel 7. In both passages, David expresses his desire to build a “house” for God. The prophet Nathan initially approves the project, and then, after receiving explicit revelation from God, presents David with a very different picture. Far from David building a “house” for God, God will build a “house”…
 
Probably James 3 is one of the best-known passages in all of literature dealing with the tongue. (1) The burden of James 3:3–6 is that although the tongue is a very small organ, in many respects it controls and, in the worst case, inflames the rest of the human being. Each of the analogies James draws casts a fresh hue on the subject. The bit is ti…
 
Subscribe to The Big Brown Gadfly with Bobby Lopez on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-big-brown-gadfly-with-bobby-lopez/id1517514668 This episode of The Big Brown Gadfly features a conversation between Jeff Dornik and Bobby Lopez over just how corrupt the Southern Baptist Convention truly is. The guys over at Enemies Withi…
 
In 1 Chronicles 15 we find elements of David’s reasoning not found in the parallel passage in 2 Samuel 6. After capturing Jerusalem, David eventually determined to bring the ark of the covenant up to the new capital city. On the way, Uzzah reached out his hand to steady the ark as the cart on which it was riding jolted its way along the rutted road…
 
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Subscribe to The Big Brown Gadfly with Bobby Lopez on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-big-brown-gadfly-with-bobby-lopez/id1517514668 Bobby Lopez leads another conversation with a French Conservative discussing the 2020 Election during this French Language episode of The Big Brown Gadfly. Consider supporting The GateKeepers…
 
According to James 1:2–4, 12, there are two reasons why Christians should rejoice when they face trials of various kinds. Other reasons are articulated elsewhere, but these two are remarkably comprehensive. First, we should rejoice because we know that when our faith is tested, the result is perseverance (James 1:2–3). As an athlete endures in orde…
 
Jim Davis and Mike Aitcheson continue a conversation with Jon Aragón and Ameen Hudson, picking up with power dynamics in culture and society and the concept of transitional justice as a means to bridging the gaps in America's traumatic racial history. Aragón and Hudson share the things they would wish the church would embrace in this cultural momen…
 
Subscribe to The Big Brown Gadfly with Bobby Lopez on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-big-brown-gadfly-with-bobby-lopez/id1517514668 Bobby Lopez leads this conversation with his from Mexico talking about the aftermath of the Election during this episode of The Big Brown Gadfly. We've clearly seen the Left cheat, lie and st…
 
In this episode of TGC Q&A, Tim Keller and Don Carson address the question, “What did Paul mean by ‘I do not permit a woman to teach'?” They discuss: What Paul actually forbids (:29) The debate over whether he forbids one thing or two (2:21) Imperial ignorance—it can’t be known (3:43) Transcultural exhortation (4:15) Explore more from TGC on this t…
 
The benediction of Hebrews 13:20–21 invites prolonged reflection. Some observations: (1) The thrust of the prayer is twofold: first, that God would equip “you” (the Christian readers) “with everything good for doing his will”; and second, that he would work “in us what is pleasing to him” (Heb. 13:21, italics added). In other words, there is a trem…
 
The efforts of the author of the epistle to the Hebrews to help his readers grasp the transcendent importance of Jesus and the new covenant, over against the old covenant given by God at Sinai, precipitate a new and interesting contrast in Hebrews 12:18–24. On the one hand, Christians “have not come to a mountain that can be touched and that is bur…
 
A recent article in New York Magazine included this bombshell, "Roughly 30% of American women under 25 identify as LGBT. For women over 60, that figure is less than 5%." Now, I can't find anyone who believes this number can really be that high. To acknowledge such a dramatic shift in such a short period of time would be nothing short of a world cha…
 
Faith has many facets. Some of them emerge in Hebrews 11—and also what faith isn’t. (1) Not once does “faith” take on the modern sense of “religious preference” or “belief without grounding in fact or truth.” So much has scientism brainwashed our world in this respect that we easily think of “faith” in this purely subjective sense. If you tell othe…
 
In this episode of As In Heaven, hosts Jim Davis and Mike Aitcheson welcome Jon Aragón and Ameen Hudson to discuss the nuances of the Afro-Latino experience, and the ways in which language and code switching relate to power dynamics from a pastoral and cultural perspective. The group addresses: An introduction to Jon Aragón and Ameen Hudson (1:13) …
 
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