#605 - How Do We Read the Book of Job?
Can we trust that the New Testament gives us a true and accurate representation of Jesus? It is commonly assumed that Jesus probably spoke Aramaic when He was here on the Earth. The New Testament was written in Greek. Since this is the case how can we ever know what Jesus actually said and continue to build theological doctrine around those words?
How do we read the book of Job? Whole sections of Job are full of bad theology; the original Hebrew is difficult to translate; the poetic nature is totally lost in the English language.
How can we have a perfect existence in heaven if we know millions of people are being tortured eternally in Hell?
#598 - Biblical Inerrancy, "Progressive Christianity" and Church Diversity
Preston is back from a busy few weeks and he is ready to answer your questions on this extended hour long podcast.
How does a mom navigate through the very complex issue of her daughter's gender identity?
What does Preston think of Rob Bell, Pete Enns or The Liturgists Podcast with Michael Gungor? Would you be surprised to hear that "Progressive Christianity" can often sound like Christian Fundamentalism?
#587 - You die between your confession and your dunk...still saved!?
What does Preston think of the HCSB and CSB Bible translations?
Is Baptism essential for salvation?
What does Paul mean when he says in Philippians 2, "every knee shall bow and every tongue confess"?
What do we do with the books that weren't included in the canon?
A married couple has no desire to have children. Can we totally separate sex and procreation?